I just switched to a Line6 M13, so I have a whole bunch of effects units that I just don't have a good reason to keep around. These have all served me well, but they're just taking up space for me now. Prices include shipping to the lower 48, minus the board, which I'll need to get actual shipping cost on.
I'm not really looking for trades, as the M13 has me pretty well taken care of as far as effects.
Custom Pedalboard - $70 + Actual shipping
I built this board myself out of 3/4" plywood. It is is SOLID. I have no qualms about the second tier being able to support me standing on it. I built it with a standard two-space 19" rack under the riser. I built it this way so that I could put a rack-mounted compressor in the signal chain before my dirt. It has rack rails, and I can probably rustle up some rack screws for it as well. It is sprayed down with truck bedliner, it has industrial-strength Velcro, and it has heavy-duty non-skid rubber feet on the bottom. I've been carrying it around in a rolling suitcase, and that works great. Dimensions are 23 1/2"x16", with a 4" riser height.
Planet Waves Digital Strobe Tuner - $60
Great tuning pedal. Very accurate, especially in strobe mode. It has no problems tracking and tuning a low B string on a five string bass.
BBE Opto Stomp - $50 - Sold!
Barely used. I still have the box, manual, etc. Great, subtle compression without overtly clamping down on your tone. One of those "you don't notice it when it's on, but you miss it when it's off" units. True bypass, super bright blue status LED.
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor - $50 - Sold!
An absolute must-have if you're playing through a high-gain amp or with lots of distortion. I've said that if I ever run a music venue, every guitarist will be required to have one of these and a tuner. Run your distortion or even your guitar's preamp through the loop, and it will cut out almost all of the annoying noise and ringing between notes.
Digitech X-series Bass Multi Chorus - $50 - Sold!
A seriously cool sounding chorus with lots of tonal options. The "X" knob on this controls how many overtone voices you add to the signal, from two extra all the way up to 16. Sounds nice and thick. Designed for bass, but there is no reason why it wouldn't work great on guitar, too. It's definitely on the "thick/lush" end of the chorus tonal spectrum. Stereo ouputs.
Digitech X-series Bass Synth Wah - $50 -Sold!
Lots and lots of really cool nintendo-esque sounds in this thing, or you can just use it as a killer clean octave. Chris W. from Muse currently has two of these on his board alongside his $700 Akai Deep Impact and $400 Civil War Big Muff. Clean and effected outputs for splitting your signal.
Korg Ampworks Bass - $50
Pocket sized amp modeler and effects unit. There are lots of really solid tones in this little box. Works as a preamp, or you can use it with headphones for silent practice. Includes the power supply.
Digitech X-series Hyper Phase - $30 - Sold!
Very versatile phaser. You can switch how many stages the phaser uses, so you can go from old-school Phase 90 tones (four stage) to modern metal sounds (12 stage), as well as utilizing cool techno-ish sounds with the step mode. Stereo ouputs.
SPECIAL DEAL ALERT!!!
Buy two of the above items, and I'll throw in one of the Fab pedals. Buy three and I'll do the Chilli Dog.
Danelectro Chilli Dog Octave
Solid little octave pedal. I believe that it is essentially a reverse-engineered Boss OC-2, one of the all-time classic effects. Separate controls for your dry tone, one octave down, and two octaves down.
Danelectro FAB Metal
Nice sounding little high-gain distortion. Sounds similar to the Boss Metal Zone.
Danelectro FAB Chorus - Sold!
Honestly, one of the best sounding choruses I have ever heard, regardless of price. Sounds seriously fantastic.
Here's a picture of the whole shebang: