Need to get rid of some pedals that have become redundant, so I'll let these go at low prices, relatively speaking. 1)Boss OC-2 Octave If you're familiar with octave pedals, you know this one. It's a great little unit that produces some sweet low octave tones and it's nice and versatile. As you'll see from the pic, it has some paint chipped off, but other than that, it's in good condition - works great and with no issues. $40.00 + shipping to the lower 48 states only, please 2)DOD FX90 Analog Delay This pedal is a classic - it is made in the US and features a nice, warm analog tone. In addition to the knobs you see in the pics, it also features 3 internal trim pots for even more tweakage. This pedal is in good condition, save for a missing cap on one of the knobs. Actually, for its age (made in the early 80s), it's in great condition. Even still has the battery cover intact! For reference, I'll include a link to some reviews on Harmony Central , even though, as we all know, the reviews on there are usually more positive than negative - I'm providing the link for reference purposes only. $35.00 + shipping to the lower 48 states only, please. 3)Fender DGL-1 Digital Delay (SOLD) Here's a gem that you don't see very often. It's a Fender digital delay that was made in apan in the 80s and it has some nice/unique features. You can see the knobs in the pics, which are pretty self-explanatory, but there are a few things worthy of mention: There are two stomp buttons - one to engage/disengage the effect, and one to engage the hold feature, which allows you to ""loop" your delay while giving you the ability to play, unaffected, over it. The knob on the far left is an input knob that allows you to adjust your volume withor without the delay engaged. It actually functions as a slight, dynamic overdrive because it allows you to crank it up to the point of distortion, even when the delay isn't engaged! Very unique feature. Really mimics a Claypool-esque, overdriven delay, but while maintaining note clarity. More subtle than your average overdrive (read not fuzzy). The knob on the far right allows you to adjust the volume of the delay effect. Not a unique feature, but worth mentioning. Overall, it's in fine working condition - it has some cosmetic issues, as you can see from the pics, but nothing bad. Anyway, here's a Harmony Central review. $40.00 + shipping to the lower 48 states only, please Please note that all of these pedals have velcro attached to the bottom. I do accept Paypal. Feel free to PM me if interested.