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EHX Bass Micro Synth Hand Etched

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by drnknmstr, Jan 29, 2014.


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  1. drnknmstr

    drnknmstr Supporting Member

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    Reposting it because of price change. I couldn't edit an old thread.

    Price drop to $185. The non-etched ones seem to average around $180, so I think this is a great price. Still actually my all time favorite pedal, but I need something else but need the cash. Blah.

    Only trade considered would be a Source Audio Manta filter.

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  2. drnknmstr

    drnknmstr Supporting Member

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    Do I dare bump this awesome pedal?
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    drnknmstr Supporting Member

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    jbybj Supporting Member

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    I am thoroughly enjoying rediscovering this pedal. The etching is very cool in person.

    Peace, JBY
  7. deepestend

    deepestend Supporting Member

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    Did EHX do the etching? Or did you do it? Looks awesome.
  8. jbybj

    jbybj Supporting Member

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    I have is on good authority that the etching artwork was done by a TB member, DannDubblewe. (not positive about the spelling). His work shows up here frequently, always eye-catching in photos, even cooler in person. I did a search to see if Dan has a website to explore, but I could not find anything on first attempt. I am curious about the process. So Dan! anyone, if you can point me in a direction that offers some insight into the etching process, I would like that.
  9. drnknmstr

    drnknmstr Supporting Member

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    Glad it's in good hands!

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