Pedals for sale

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


  1. jbass80

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    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!
     
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    FUZZ MACHINE.

    Please sell toooo meeeee.

    (pm sent)
     
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    Great deal on the Boss Line Selector, a swiss army knife of line switching/effects looping.
     
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    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...
     
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  12. jbass80

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    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!
     
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