Doing a little house cleaning, so I've got a couple of great pedals here that I'm parting with. The price includes shipping to the lower 48 states. Trades aren't accepted in this case, unless you want to give me a 1962 Fender Jazz for a couple of easily attainable pedals. C'mon, you know you want to! Available: $150.00 -Tech 21 Sansamp Bass Driver DI v.2: This is the version that allows more control over your mids. This is a such an iconic and versatile pedal, with an array of tones at your fingertips. After years of playing with it, I find myself looking for different flavors currently. I've gone back and forth about selling it. I LOVE this pedal, and I have some sentimental attachment to it. I've thought about keeping and boxing it up to use as a backup preamp or the like, but that would be doing a disservice to it. This tank wasn't meant for that, it begs to be used. I'm going to miss it. Comes with original tin (which has a few dents and scratches on it, SEE PIC) and manual (that I wrote in a little). Other than that, this pedal is in fantastic shape. If you're looking for an all-in-one DI that's also a preamp with cab sim, then this is the king. SOLD: $130.00 -MXR M87 Bass Compressor: I remember saying aloud a few years back how this was my most crucial piece of gear that I owned, and at the time it was. I was still playing through some relatively cheap basses whose output was inconsistent from string to string. What this pedal offered was to level me out and gave the impression that I belonged on that stage. Recently though, I've found that I'm using it less and less. My gear is much more consistent and my playing style doesn't typically require a compressor. However, if I do get another comp one day, it MUST have metering like the M87. I feel spoiled after using it, just knowing how much compression is being applied. If you're looking for a great, transparent compressor, then look no further! Comes with original box and a quick guide manual that's actually not much of a manual. The manual you need didn't come with it and can be downloaded from MXR's website.