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Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by Mr. Majestic, Jan 22, 2014.


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  1. Mr. Majestic

    Mr. Majestic Mr. Majestic Swamp Ash Supporting Member

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    I have been designing and building several different custom pedalboards for several years. In that process, I always seem to purchase "stuff" and never truly seem to need them. I will start out with a few pedals and stuff, but I might add other items and might remove some items to keep.

    I am open for several different types of pedals, just NOT distortion, compression, or octave pedals....truly covered there. I am open to trades for:
    Tech 21 VT Bass
    tc electronic DITTO looper
    MXR M-152 Micro Flanger
    MXR Micro Chorus M-148
    other chorus, flanger, reverb, and on.......


    Price: [DEL]$75 obo[/DEL]*SOLD*
    **This post is a copy from this thread in which I purchased it. I never used it and it is in the exact same shape I purchased it.**
    Custom bypass looper: This is a custom looper made for me by Mike McNees (TB'er BassManMike73) right when he opened up his custom orders. I had is custom painted by PedalPartsPlus in a gorgeous "Aqua Illusion" color, that is absolutely stunning. Mike said he was going to start using this color for some of his pedals because it struck him so hard.

    This looper has six loops and a master bypass switch. The loops have red LEDs and the bypass has a green LED. I have hooked it up to test every loop, but it has never left my bedroom or been fully hooked up to multiple loops. Basically brand new. The only flaw is that the "Master" writing in silver Sharpie has worn off, but I was going to put labels on top anyway, so it never botherer me. ***The pics really show off the smudges from my dustcloth and DON'T show off the paint. I can't tell you how much better it looks in person.



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  2. Mr. Majestic

    Mr. Majestic Mr. Majestic Swamp Ash Supporting Member

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    click on this for link to original thread
    Seymour Duncan SFX-06 Paranormal Bass EQ Direct Box

    I truly like this pedal, but sometimes our "wants" are greater than our "needs"! Nothing wrong with the pedal and it's built like a tank! Great tone, and truly awesome DI.


    Price shipped to lower 48: [DEL]$70 OBO[/DEL] *TRADED*

    Detailed Description

    While passive DIs proved to be quite useful for recording bass or sending bass to a console for live performance, people began to notice a decrease in overall response and punch. That's when active DI's came to the rescue. But how many are tailored to the response of a bass guitar? The Seymour Duncan SFX-06 Paranormal Bass EQ DI is, featuring a three-band active EQ that's optimized for bass along with a contour switch for slapping styles.
    •Active DI with three-band EQ optimized for bass
    •Dedicated contour switch for slapping styles
    •Solid construction, balanced XLR out and ground lift
    •1/4" input
    •Balanced XLR output with ground lift
    •3-band EQ
    •Bypass footswitch
    •Slap Contour preset EQ footswitch
    •LED lights for both footswitches
    •16-gauge steel chassis

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  3. Mr. Majestic

    Mr. Majestic Mr. Majestic Swamp Ash Supporting Member

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    I love these two pedals, but only need one.....so which ever one sells first, I might keep the other **(DECIDED TO SELL)**. I have box for both pedals.

    Zoom MS-60B [DEL]$85 obo[/DEL] *SOLD*
    Awesome multi-effect pedal in like new condition with original box.

    http://www.zoom.co.jp/products/ms-60b


    Zoom B3: Bass Effects & Amp Simulator- [DEL]$140 obo[/DEL]*SOLD*
    Awesome pedal that I truly love.

    http://www.zoom.co.jp/products/b3


    MXR Phase 100- [DEL]$60 obo[/DEL]*TRADED*
    Last pedal is a great pedal. The top and sides are in perfect shape; the padding on the bottom of the pedal is not.

    http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/m107-phase-100


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  4. MilkyMcMilkMilk

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    That's funny cause about 1 minute ago I was going to ask if you wanted to trade your loop pedal for my phase 100, guess not :)
     
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  6. Hyper-sloth

    Hyper-sloth Supporting Member

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    I have a Fulltone Fat Boost V3 to trade for the Seymour Duncan Paranormal Bass.
    Any interest? It's a sweet pedal but I need another pre pedal way more.

    Thanks!
    A
     
  7. gregmon79

    gregmon79 Supporting Member

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    B3 still available?
     
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  9. Mr. Majestic

    Mr. Majestic Mr. Majestic Swamp Ash Supporting Member

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    Zoom B3: still for sale.......$140
     
  10. Mr. Majestic

    Mr. Majestic Mr. Majestic Swamp Ash Supporting Member

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    Zoom B3 is sold

    If any of you are interested in the Pedalboard, shoot me a PM.
     

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