Up for sale: a pedal that just wasn't meant to be. Paid [del]200[/del]300, looking for something in the neighborhood of [del]130[/del][del]200[/del]150 shipped insured from Korea: Updated for Trade interest: Fairfield Circuitry, Infanem etc.. w/cash on my end for stuff like that. Updated to reflect the actual cost to me - I apologize for the confusion, but I found the actual cost while going through emails with the builder trying to find the specs on the boost. Sorry if this puts out any hopeful lurkers out there! Making Sounds Loudly built me a side by side 3 band Parametric EQs. Aluminum etched "twin whale" graphics, single Boss-style power in the back. I wanted a parametric EQ that would give me a whole other instrument, but this one is far more transparent. It's responsive, sure - but my bass still sounds like my bass, only.. EQ'd. For some, that's great. For me.. my Arion ParaEQ turns my bass into this old-timey banjo-through-a-radio thing, and my Boss PQ-3B gives me total low-end synthy sine waves, which is what I want. It has four foot switches: from L to R, EQ2, EQ1, Momentary feedback loop (with knob to adjust level), Fuzz (with knob to adjust level). It's a bright, ruthless fuzz, and the feedback loop really catches it in a hectic, walking-on-a-supernova kind of way. Plus, it is really pretty. Pics to come.