Here I am, putting a bunch of pedals up for sale to fund future purchases. I couldn't edit my old sales thread any longer, so I've started this new one, with some additions. Prices include shipping (CONUS). PayPal preferred. Prices are firm.
devi ever : fx Vintage Fuzz Master: Typical Devi usable craziness. Essentially brand new. Comes with the box and all the case candy (literally in this case),
Pigtronix Disnortion: Super versatile dirt box. Good shape, a few minor scratches on the face. Comes with box and power supply,
Boss BF-2: Great condition, sounds great,
Recovery 9-Volt Disaster: Anything from light OD to ratty distortion. As the name implies, only works with a battery. Love this thing, but it's no longer working with my setup,
Gojira Fuzz War: A clone of the Death by Audio Fuzz War with an added clean blend. Not the greatest finish work, but it's in the same condition it arrived to me in. And it sounds awesome, just isn't fulfilling its full potential sitting in a box, you know. Also, this does not feature a internal trim pot to control the amount of drive, so it's set at full gain. There is a spot on the PCB to add a trim pot or an external pot. In either case, a pretty easy mod. You could probably even put it in a smaller enclosure.
TC Electronic Alter Ego (PGS Flashback delay): A great delay. Very versatile, just looking for something a little different (pic to come),
Boss FDR-1: Great pedal, like new, better for guitar,
Electro-Harmonix Micro Q-Tron: Brand new in the box. Just never really got around to this one.
Amptweaker Bass Tightdrive (unmodded): Essentially brand new. Just bought it from a stock clearance sale. Built in 2010, #041. Smooth low gain drive all the way to almost ratty distortion.
Fairfield Circuitry Barbershop: The legends are true! This pedal is amazing. But it won't find the use it deserves on my board. I'd rather let someone else appreciate it,
I will entertain very specific trade offers:
Catalinbread Belle Epoch
Mojo Hand FX Socrates
Iron Ether Subterranea
EarthQuaker Devices Depths, Organizer
Mr. Black Tunnelworm
TC Electronic Vortex