"Three knobs sit atop this beautiful pedal. Imagine a pedal that actually sounds and feels like natural amp breakup! If it's Tweed, or old Valco tones you seek look no further. Classic tones, very responsive to the guitar's volume knob. Can also work very well to tame a loud amp. This pedal goes in the range of fuzz and distortion, while retaining the feel of natural tube amp breakup and sag. Gain, Tone, and Level knobs allow the player a great amount of flexibility. This pedal is wonderful in meshing with one's current overdrive sound and can even be used as a rhythm distortion. Fat and lovely, this is the player's pedal."
And here's a quick demo video of the Ghetto in action:
Well soniciv took his Ghetto stomp apart and traced the schematic:
And here's a gut shot (Don't get me started on that black tape!):
As you can see from the schematic it's another Electra Distortion derivative. What can I say? They do produce some good tones when used in conjunction with a decent amp!
IVIark from tagboardeffects.blogspot.com has produced this vero layout for the Ghetto Stomp:
Here's the freestompboxes.org forum thread for reference: http://freestompboxes.org/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=3984