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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-23-2007, 10:56 AM Thread Starter
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Manitoba, Canada
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FS: Bunch of budget pedals and practice amp

Marshall VS15 - $110
This is a killer practice or beginner's amp. I really love the tone. With both gains cranked it has the perfect amount of dirt to me. Some people might want a boost in front of it. I'm only selling it because I don't need a practice amp, I live in the country side on a big yard and can crank it up whenever. It's in near mint condition as well. A few nicks.

Digitech RP300A - $100
It's a bit finnicky. Sometimes you need to push on one knob to make it work. Everything will work, just sometimes needs a bit of convincing. It's only a problem when you are adjusting your settings, not when playing. I mainly used this thing to figure out what effects I wanted to buy. I don't need it anymore and would love to see someone who did. Make me an offer. Includes power supply.

Duncan Invader - $55
Truthfully I can't sell it just yet because it's still in my guitar. But I bought a set of Bill Lawrence's and once they are here this thing will need to go. I'd expect that to be in 3 weeks or so... soo... If you can predict you'll want one then here you go .

Danelectro Fish and Chips EQ - $20
In absolutely mint condition. Used for less than an hour, never even stepped on.

Humphrey modded Bad Monkey - $45
Also in mint condition. Very low play time. This is the modded Bad Monkey, designed to suck less bass. It definitely does not lack bass.

Guyatone MD3 - $75
The previous owner put two screws through where the battery compartment is to attach the plate at the bottom because the rubber piece to hold it together is missing. if you get one of those rubber things, figure out a way to keep the bottom plate on, only play at home and won't move the pedal around, or use a power supply it won't matter. Basically I just wouldn't gig with it with a battery in there cause then you can't close it up. It's easily fixable. It has a few scratches. Everything works perfectly.

Boss OC-2 - $50
It's a bit beat up, with a few nicks and scratches. Of course it works like it was meant to, it's a boss. I'll get a pic up in a bit.

And now what I'm looking for in trade:
-Small accurate tuner
-Godlyke or One spot power supply.
-MI Audio Crunchbox
-Fulltone OCD
-Barber Direct Drive
-JJ E34Ls or Shugang EL34s
-Boss DD-20

NOTE: All prices in USD, before shipping.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-23-2007, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Re: FS: Bunch of budget pedals and practice amp

Fish and Chips SOLD
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-02-2007, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Re: FS: Bunch of budget pedals and practice amp

Digitech RP300A SOLD.
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duncan invader , near mint condition , practice amp

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