TRADED MAM RS-3, Alesis MicroLimiter, LittLite w/mount&dimmer, Alesis F2 expression pedal First, the MAM: The full name is the Music And More RS-3 Resonater, and it's three resonant bandpass filters with multiple modulation sources and stereo panning. It takes a mono signal in, and sends mono or stereo out. It likes a fairly hot input signal, you won't have good luck plugging a low-output bass straight into it. I always got the best results putting some sort of booster or preamp in front, or putting this unit in an amp's fx loop. The mono sound is awesome, but the stereo sound is what makes people wet their pants. Each of the three filters pans individually, and their relative pan placement is tied to the resonant frequency point you set for each. So some truly insane head-tripping multiple stereo filter sweeps are possible. It has an onboard LFO for auto-wah type effects, an envelope follower for env. filter effects, and an input jack for external modulation such as an expression pedal, for treadle wah effects. Each of those modulation sources can be fine-tuned for a variety of responses, and any/all sources can be used at the same time if you want. The sound quality is super fat, and it can be dialed for very wet or very dry filter tone with the adjustable resonance. It easily exceeds any other filter I've used in terms of both tone and funkiness. I don't have the means to record soundclips right now, and the only track I have handy that features it is this snippet from a non-bass project: http://www.ev-b.com/mp3s/ev-bdotcom-tunein.MP3 That barely even touches the tip of the iceberg though. What's the catch, you ask? Well, it is not footswitchable on/off. There is a bypass switch on the front panel, and the bypass is good and clean, but most folks will want a footswitch. If you search on "mam" and "relay" in the fx forum there was a user there who built a relay footswitch for his MAM fliters and he said it worked great- I just never got around to building one myself. Why am I selling if it's so ultimate? I need the $$, that's all. TRADED Next up, an Alesis F2 expression/volume pedal: TRADED Not only is it a rugged and smooth-operating volume pedal, and an expression pedal with switchable polarity, it happens to work perfectly with the MAM filter. It's in great shape, although I did remove the rubber feet some time ago. TRADED Next, an Alesis MicroLimiter: TRADED It's at the top of my list of cheap compressors, and it's actually more effective as a peak limiter than many devices I've used costing hundreds more. It's cosmetically decent, some scuffs and scrapes but nothing bad, and it works perfectly. Comes with a non-original power supply. TRADED Thanks!