For Sale/Trade Reduced prices: Broughton, Empress, Boss, MXR, Alesis

Discussion in 'For Sale: Effects and Pedals' started by Growling Woods, Apr 11, 2024.

  1. Growling Woods

    Growling Woods Supporting Member

    Sep 4, 2020
    Portland, OR
    Price:
    $0-$280
    Location:
    Oregon
    Country:
    United States
    Empress ParaEq MKII Deluxe: $280 shipped. Not mint, but not bad- see scuff in photo. Comes in original box with warrantee card and rubber feet.

    Broughton Resonant Filter Equalizer: $210 shipped, excellent condition

    Broughton Studio Boost Mini:$160 shipped in original box, excellent condition

    MXR M87 bass compressor: SOLD

    Boss ME-50B Multi-effects Pedal: $150 shipped, works perfectly, great condition, not mint.

    Boss FS-6 Dual Foot Switch in original Box with manual. $45 shipped. Bought in excellent condition, never used it.

    Boss OC-2 (red label): $125 Works perfectly. Is the red label special/rare? I haven’t seen it anywhere online. I’ve had it for 25 years and used it perhaps a dozen times. I’ve now got one song that requires an octave up, which this won’t do.

    Alesis MicroVerb: Free for local pickup or $12 to cover packing and shipping. Not working right. May need a new power input jack or something. I'm not knowledgeable about such things. Ugly double-sided foam tape and Velcro on bottom included at no extra charge ;).

    Trades Interests (with cash in either direction if needed): Lehele Mono Volume, T Rex Quint Machine, Boss RC-10R, TC Electronic Impulse IR Loader, Electro-Harmonix Nano POG, Boss OC-5 Octave Pedal, TC Electronic Sub 'n' Up.
     

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  2. 40Hz

    40Hz Supporting Member

    May 24, 2006
    home
    To the best of my knowledge, red labels were used on BOSS pedals that were made in Japan between 1989 and 1991.

    They’re not particularly rare or considered collectible. But MIJ BOSS pedals will tend to fetch higher prices than those with silver labels that were made in Taiwan.

    The “collectible OC-2” has a black Made in Japan label, a silver thumb screw, and has Octaver (with an R) rather than just Octave on its face. The higher price it fetches is based solely on these cosmetic differences. It sounds the same as all the later MIJ OC-2s.
     
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  3. Bullitt5135

    Bullitt5135

    Nov 16, 2010
    SE Michigan
    I’d like to buy the MXR M87 compressor. PayPal?
     
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