Zoom have been making cheap but function-stuffed digital guitar gear since about 1989, and they've sold millions of 505 pedals (which are now worth about £15). Their new top-of-the-range thing is the hideously named "G9.2tt" which has an good spec for £279: USB audio interface (which comes bundled with Cubase LE), XLR mic input with phantom power and two real valves. I'm assuming that the broken-looking thing on the right is the "3D control pedal." The black-and-silver styling could be a lot worse (bass players get red). There's also a £239 model with an equally silly name, similar USB interface but no XLR, and some sub-£100 cheapies.