Pedals for sale

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by jbass80, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. Looking to get rid of some stuff I'm not using.

    JHS Low Drive v1 - [DEL]100.00[/DEL] 90.00

    EBS Multidrive - [DEL]110.00[/DEL] 90.00 - Sold to ceschl05
    Tech 21 Bass Boost Chorus - [DEL]110.00[/DEL] 100.00 - Sold to jhfishn
    Boss LS2 - [DEL]50.00[/DEL] 45.00 - Sold locally
    MXR Bass Envelope Filter - 90.00 - Sold to Jaycephas
    Team Awesome Fuzz Machine - 130.00 - Sold to LowEndWooly. Thanks!

    Paypal only. Shipped ConUs. Pics on request. Not looking for any trades.

    Thanks for looking!
  2. ilovenofrets


    Dec 25, 2010
  3. LowEndWooly

    LowEndWooly Supporting Member

    Sep 3, 2013
    Indiana is home

    Please sell toooo meeeee.

    (pm sent)
  4. Jaycephas

    Jaycephas Supporting Member

    Feb 3, 2003
    Waxhaw, NC
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  6. Jaycephas

    Jaycephas Supporting Member

    Feb 3, 2003
    Waxhaw, NC
  7. Bakkster_Man


    Jan 15, 2006
  8. K2000


    Nov 16, 2005
    Great deal on the Boss Line Selector, a swiss army knife of line switching/effects looping.
  9. Sir Sly Ry

    Sir Sly Ry

    May 21, 2013
    How the hell has that BBC not been snatched up already. What a deal on an awesome chorus. I already have one though, and the deal I got was not nearly as good as this!

    I'm thinking hard about that multidrive but I have some reservations...
  10. fritzk9

    fritzk9 Supporting Member

    May 11, 2005
    Indianapolis, IN
  11. Bump and opinion on stuff I have left for sale.

    The multidrive is a pretty good pedal. Overdrive is one of my favorite sounds on bass and I have tried and owned a ton of pedals that produce the effect when I can't push my cab due to venue size or stage volume issues. The multidrive is definitely a good deal and will definitely fatten and dirty up the sound without having low end loss which is a problem with a good amount of the stuff that I have tried. The mutlidrive also produces three different sounds which all sound pretty different to me so it definitey gives you variety though I like the vintage sound from this one the best. The JHS gives the more modern sounding overdriven tone for my ears but it should be ran with a blender to thicken it back up, once again, this is my opinion so take it as you will - and this is for the v1 as I have never tried a V2.

    So far, the B3K is my favorite overdrive and the one that has kept its place on my board but it will cost you a pretty penny and for my wallet needs to be something that gets used often for the price (mine is on a ton!).

    Thanks to all who have purchased so far and thanks to those consider purchasing going forward!