FS: Miscellaneous pedals (Meatbox, Lehle, MJM London Fuzz...)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by Matt Call, Dec 30, 2013.


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  1. Matt Call

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    I've been clearing out LOTS of gear lately. While going through everything, I found a few things that I just haven't used at all since buying them.

    First up: DOD Meatbox
    These are super cool, and are becoming harder and harder to find. I bought it from another TB'er, but can't remember who (I searched feedback, and previous FS threads). Original box included.

    $190 shipped, obo.

    MJMGUITARFX London Fuzz
    I'm, surprisingly, on the fence about this one. I just have too many fuzzes, and this is the odd one out. If I remember correctly, its germanium. No box or paperwork on this one, unfortunately.

    $150 shipped, obo.

    Lehle 3@1 switcher
    I bought this with the intention of running bass, synth, and a Rhodes Piano Bass through one signal. I never got around to it, and have since sold (well... am in the process of selling) the Rhodes and moving in a different direction with synth stuff. Original box included.

    $200 shipped.

    Please, no trades.
    Pictures soon.
     
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    Meatbox is SOLD!!!
     
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    Bump.
    Sale pending on the fuzz.

    Only the Lehle remains...
     
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    All of these are sold.
     

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