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Luck Duck Pedals 8-bit Duck, WMD Fatman, etched CopilotFX Cubic

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by Jeff Moote, Dec 1, 2012.


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  1. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    New thread to clean up sold stuff and add more. Prices include shipping in Canada/USA. All are in excellent or better condition with velcro on the bottom.


    [del]Custom Luck Duck Pedals 8-bit Duck - $175[/del] SOLD


    WMD Fatman - $160


    [del]CopilotFX Cubic Etched by DannDubblewe – $175[/del] SOLD
    Includes original green enclosure and etched box.


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  2. MarcMurder

    MarcMurder Previously Killcram187 Supporting Member

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    I've always been curious about the 8-but duck.
    How close can it get to those super Nintendo sounds.
  3. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    I think if you add a gated fuzz in front it would be perfect for those sounds!
  4. kylej7

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    Hey Jeff, I know you've owned the Malekko Bit as well. How does this compare to it? Differences?

    I'm VERY interested.
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  6. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    Differences: more ring mod-ish but still definitely a SRR based sound, no output level issues as it has a volume knob.

    The frequency range is a bit narrower, but between the two switch settings it's still quite variable.
  7. tlaubs

    tlaubs Supporting Member

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    Very interested in the duck. How does it compare to the bugcrusher?
  8. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    See my comments above. IMO the Malekko Bit sounded very close to the bugcrusher but was noisier and had low volume issues. The 8-bit duck is a little less filtered/more ring mod like in nature, but sounds very good. Features and build quality are perfect.
  9. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    Another thing that came up regarding the 8-bit Duck since my asking price is higher than a new (stock) one:

    I asked Luke to do some custom options for me including top jacks and more notably the clean blend. That added to the cost which is why my asking price is higher than the cost of a basic one new.

    The clean blend is particularly useful for bass on this type of effect I find.
  10. Johno Dunn

    Johno Dunn

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    Any trade interests on the Fatman?

    J!
  11. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    Not too many things I am looking for but feel free to run it by me...
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    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    Ill take the CopilotFX Cubic
  15. Jeff Moote

    Jeff Moote Supporting Member

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    The Fatman is all that remains here! Price drop as a result.
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