Prices include shipping via EMS w/signature confirmation. Their average delivery time is 5 days, worldwide. I ship from Seoul. Obviously I don't spend money wisely. If prices seem weird - ask. It's late at night, I've split two bottles of wine, and I'm doing currency conversions from Korean won. Pics on request. Everything looks as it should, though. The only really unusual thing here is the late 60s EHX Mole. TRADES: Possibly +/- cash for Tech21 reverb (only with trails), harmonizers (Rainbow Machine, Organizer etc), or something like the Infanem Faye Sing. Fairfield Circuitry: [del]Randy's Revenge ring mod. [del]275[/del] 225!! Like new w/box. (300 new.)[/del] SOLD [del]Unpleasant: (http://www.monkeytar.co.kr/front/php/product.php?product_no=5256&main_cate_no=774&display_group=1) I'll take [del]150USD[/del]135. Like New w/box (175 new.)[/del] [del]Four Eyes: (http://www.monkeytar.co.kr/front/php/product.php?product_no=5259&main_cate_no=51&display_group=2) I'll take [del]200USD[/del]150!!. Velcro w/box. (They are 225 new.)[/del]SOLD [del]ZVex Mastrotron clone. (http://zvex.com/mastotron.html) Built by John K of Kallas Custom. Amazing build. Re-housed by Dann DubbleWe (http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f36/praise-danndubblewe-907485/). Any doubts of his skill, well.. check out his site. If you're not convinced, I won't talk you into it. (http://johnkvintageguitars.homestead.com/) 100USDwon. ON HOLD LOCALLY[/del] SOLD Infanem Second Voice v2 w/ expression control. A fuzz and harmony synth with de-tuning for +1 or -1 octaves and intervals. All analog. Blend the harmony with either a dry instrument signal or a fuzz with adjustable range/tone. $125 (They're 180 new, I believe.) [del]Barge Concepts Blender. With optional expression input and phase correction, 100USD. (http://www.bargeconcepts.com/vbjr.html)[/del] SOLD [del]Custom MSLP (Make Sounds Loudly of Oregon, USA) fuzz with parallel parametric EQs (two separate channels, custom etched twin blue whales) with feedback loop. 300 to build. Yours for 130USD. ON HOLD LOCALLY [/del] SOLD [del]Iron Ether Xerograph Deluxe: velcro on the back, otherwise in like new condition. 180 shipped.[/del]SOLD EHX Mole Bass Driver. Vintage, late 60s. With box, intrnal 9v battery only. [del]100,ooo won[/del] 80 shipped! (On determining the date: I had to email EHX a while back about this one, as well as survey a boatload of similar boxes. Seems this is one of their first, along with the famous Linear Booster. Initially it appears the script was plain as it is on this one but turned into a rather funky font in the early 70s. So, very soon after they started, probably near the LPB. No records though of the time so it's only an educated guess.) Flickr link:http://www.flickr.com/photos/76687705@N03/7454089560/ [del]Arion Parametric EQ. 30USD.[/del] SOLD LOCALLY [del]MXR Bass Octaver. 100USD. ON HOLD LOCALLY[/del] SOLD [del]EBS Multicomp compressor, black label (true bypass model). 100USD. Works extremely well in combination with the MXR Octaver.[/del] SOLD [del]Dr Scientist mini-Berator (Reverb). Same specs as the previous RRR, smaller footprint. Red TV sparkle finish. [del]180.00[/del] 150!! shipped (They're 225 new). With box and manual, stickers etc.[/del] Chamber of Sounds Jupiter T theresynth. A light sensitive/touch sensitive theremin-ish device. This is v2, so no power LED and no battery compartment. Can use an external battery or 9v power, but incorrect polarity will fry this bad boy. So make sure your polarity's correct or use a battery. [del]200[/del] 175!!! shipped. (They're 265 new.) (http://www.chamberofsounds.com/devices/jupiter-3-0) EDIT: Some extra details on the synth - it does have a line in trigger input, but doesn't track pitch, so while it's great for adding layers to a looped drum or bass track, it won't follow you up and down the neck, nor will your dynamics alter the modulation, only the knobs on the unit do that. It works great with my OneSpot or any other regulated, polarity-correcting power brick, in fact I'd recommend it to be on the safe side. An odd quirk I just noticed during a test: it seems that touching either of the touch contacts will initiate the signal, you don't actually need to touch both. The amount of skin touching the contact does regulate the intensity of the signal, though.