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Pharaoh, Stampede, JoMox, Akai, Clinch FX, Peterson

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by Ron Now, Sep 20, 2012.


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  1. Ron Now

    Ron Now Supporting Member

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    1. Peterson Strobe Stomp - original blue version - $60
    2. Providence Stampede Overdrive - As used by Kurt Ballou in early converge. Sounds amazing, overdrive and boost channel. There's a new version out there that is far less cool without the boost, you can have this one for almost half of what that one costs - $175
    3. Clinch FX EP-pre - The famous echoplex preamp without the echo. Does wonders to your guitar tone - $130
    4. JoMox Analog Filter Machine - Don't even know where to start with this one...super cool though - $180
    5. Akai G-Drive - dual graphic eq distortion this can sound like anything and everything you could want it to..plus it looks cool as hell - $100

    No trades at this time, thanks for looking!

    SOLD - 6. Black Arts Toneworks Pharaoh fuzz - this is an earlier version with the two way diode switch (ge and si) still sounds amazing - $100 - SOLD
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    Ron Now Supporting Member

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    Pharaoh is gone, everything else still available. Make me an offer?
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    Ron Now Supporting Member

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