I have some classic pedals that are collecting dust at my house that I thought some of you might appreciate.
All pricing includes shipping CONUS.
Ross Distortion - $75.00 This is a classic distortion similar to a DOD250 or an MXR Distortion Plus. This has asymmetrical clipping which some people seem to enjoy. This is made in Taiwan (I think) but it has the tan case that most people associate with the USA versions.
EHX Graphic Eq - $75.00 This is a 120 AC wall plug pedal (plenty of headroom) and it is in an awesomely huge case. There is a power switch and an indicator for the power switch but you’ll need to use your ears to decide whether the footswitch is engaged or not (that’s how they did it back then
Roger Mayer Voodoo Bass - $115.00 This pedal is awesome but I don’t use it that much anymore. It is not specifically a bass pedal (regardless of the name) and if you need some sub-lows this might not be for you. Personally I never noticed any serious low end loss. You can always adjust the tone knob for more bass if you need it. I bought in its current condition. This had previously been sold to another TBer and it didn’t work after it had been shipped. The buyer sent it back and I discovered that the battery had shifted in route and it was causing a short with the input jack. I moved the battery and it worked immediately. I tried to replicate the incident (a lot of shaking) and I could not get it to do it again (what does USPS do to these things!!!). The battery is usually sort of loose anyways but there are plastic guards and a foot switch that keeps it in place. You could stick a piece of foam or something in there to keep it from shifting. I will ship the battery separate this time. When testing the pedal I noticed some scratchiness when turning the tone and output knobs that I hadn’t heard before. It doesn’t affect the sound at all its just something I noticed while adjusting the knobs to make sure everything worked before putting it back up for sale. This pedal is quite old and scratchy knobs are not that uncommon in older stuff.
Thanks for looking.