Broughton Low + High Pass Filter, Shipped to your door, $160. Works as it should. Please ad $5 if shipping west of Mississippi River. PayPal only please. Shipped and sold as is to Contiguous United States (CONUS) only please. Buyers with solid positive feedback here on Talkbass preferred. No trades please. Thank you. Several TBr’s have asked the difference between this fire engine red Broughton build of the LP + HP Filter and the duller sparkly red Broughton build of the LP + HP Filter. For that reason please allow me to include the following: On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 I asked Josh: “Besides the different color red and side vs top input and output, is there a functionality or frequency difference between the older red and the newer sparkly red Broughton low pass + high pass filter pedal models?” Josh’s answer on June 1, 2020 was : “The only difference would be the use of higher voltage capacitors, which allows the use of a higher voltage supply. Some of the older red models had this upgrade, and would have the voltage range printed on it. The ones prior to this had no voltage printed on it, and are only intended to be used with 9V. Besides this, they are the same.” As shown on the pictures, the voltage range is printed on the pedal as “9-24 V DC”. Personally, my Noble DI enables me to run this pedal at 18 V (with increased power comes increased headroom), and with that said I like it very much at both 9 V and 18 V. What I like the most though is whether using my Fender Precision electric bass or my Kay upright bass - is the ability to quickly dial in a pleasing bass tone to the room I’m playing in or amp I’m playing through by using this Broughton High Pass + Low Pass Filter to quickly and intuitively filter out unwanted boomy lows and clanky highs.