F/S/T Clones!!! Fuzz and Comp

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by crockb, May 21, 2012.

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  1. crockb


    May 26, 2009
    Got 2 great clones here, one is a Woolley Mammoth Clone and the other is a clone of an Orange Squeezer. Both have very high quality parts in them. Both sound great on bass too. These are for sale or trade. Looking for some MXR bass pedals as far as trades go. Pm me with questions and offers, Thanks!:hyper:

    Squeezy Compressor
    "Squeezey" Boutique Hand Built Compressor Guitar Pedal - quality hand fabricated construction, Alpha pots, true bypass switching - all of the GOOD stuff! Brand new in box. This is a 1N34a Germanium Diode compressor, very similar to the "Orange Squeezer" type but with upgraded diode and components. One volume knob up top, one bias trimpot located on the circuit board. The internal bias knob is a "set it and forget it" arrangement, but this can be adjusted for everything from faux distortion to subtle, "musical" compression. This box DOES love to clip hard, if you want it to - It's more fun when it's not subtle! My advice? Leave the bias pot set to where it is, and use the volume knob up top for lots of BOOST. Plenty of gain, from this little guy.

    $50 shipped Paypal


    Woolley Mammoth Clone
    Custom built wooly mamoth like fuzz box. Runs on 9v battery (battery not included) or 9v pedal board power. Hear it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O12O1HMYwNY

    Silver Sparkle powder coat

    Black knobs

    Power LED

    3PDT true bypass switch

    Battery not included

    $80 shipped Paypal SOLD!

  2. bass10bfb

    bass10bfb Prophet Low End Provider Gold Supporting Member

    May 5, 2011
    Newport, TN.
    PM sent....
  3. crockb


    May 26, 2009
    Mammoth sold, comp still available
  4. crockb


    May 26, 2009
    Comp sold! Thanks guys!:)
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