Feel free to copy/paste at your leisure: I have received numerous inquiries that contain similar questions or requests. I'm making the following FAQ to address them: FAQ: Q: Will you trade your pedals for a [guitar, bass, other pedal, drugs, guns, etc.]? A: No. Hard no. Cash only. No trades. Q: Does it come with a patch cable, AC adapter, instruction booklet, warranty card, carrying case, battery, etc? A: No. Just the pedal. Q: What is your return policy? A: I'm not Guitar Center or a product manufacturer. I'm just some guy. All items are sold as-is. As noted, each of these pedals works great, so I don't have concerns about that. But I'm not going to keep your money in a lock box for six months just in case you have buyer's remorse and want a refund because you changed your mind or decide you don't like the color. That's how Craigslist works, folks, and we're all adults here. I'm not going to risk my career by perpetrating some fraud over a $50 guitar effects pedal, and your life will be better off by daring to invite a little faith in humanity here. Q: Is the pedal still available? A: Yes. I will update this ad to reflect whether any pedal is sold or otherwise becomes unavailable. Q: Will you travel some unholy distance to deliver the pedal to me? A: No. I'm too busy with work and family to do that. Exception: I will consider delivery if you buy 4 or more pedals at one time. Q: Do you accept any form of payment other than cash? A: No. Q: But I'm hot and wearing tight, revealing clothing calculated to titulate the senses. Surely we can work out an alternative to your rigid "cash only" policy. A: Get thee hence. Your charms shall not work on me. Come with money in well-washed hand. Q: Can I talk you out of your "no trades" policy by offering you multiple low-quality items in a series of obnoxious emails? A: No. Q: My plan is to lure you into meeting with me, at which time I will announce that it is "time to talk turkey" and then I'll lowball you. Will this plan have a reasonable chance of success? A: No. The result will be bewilderment, frustration, anger and a simple declaration from me: "no pedal for you." Q: I think I have concocted the perfect, unique plan to defeat you. At the meetup, I will dangle a stack of cash in an amount less than the agreed price right in front of you. You won't be able to resist the temptation to take it because the money is in such close proximity. Checkmate, right? A: Wrong. I've seen money before, so the sight of even newly minted bills will not overcome my sensibilities. Also, I'm not trying to fund a drug habit or back child support payments, so you're really dealing with a low desperation factor here. Reconsider your options. Q: If I miss our meet up appointment, would you still be willing to sell the pedal to me? Perhaps at a discount? A: No. If you miss our appointment, your only recourse is to pay double my asking price to get my attention and forgiveness. Q: Will you accept cash payments over time? A: No. I lack a sufficient record keeping infrastructure to maintain a reliable layaway system. Plus, I'm not K-Mart. Who still uses layaway? Max out the cash advance on your credit cards like an adult, and push off the consequences of impulse purchases for another day. Q: Is this pedal usable for metal? A: Yes. Yes, it most certainly is.