Up for sale are some pedals that aren't being used anymore.
Both Sans Amps have been replaced by the pending arrival of a Helix.
All prices include recorded delivery. Unfortunately I am not after any trades.
SansAmp Fly Rig 5 - £160 - Does have box but isn't pictured. Velcro on the bottom.
Great Fender and Plexi amp sounds. Really nice delay too. https://imgur.com/b8KTDlQ
SansAmp Tri-AC - £100 - no velcro
Three amps in 1. Fender Tweed, Marshall and a Mesa Boogie. Handles all kinds of classic tones. A great recording tool. https://imgur.com/KKhjGMA
Juan solo 3 fuzzes (£80) in one and a DigiTech Dirty robot (£75) Dirty robot has box, knob protector (oww err misses) and bits.
The 3 fuzzes in the juansolo are a tonebender, UltraStoner (really big sounding doom fuzz thing) and a synth come fuzz come lfo mental thing.
All really good fuzzes. So good in fact I have 2 of them in another custom Juan solo build (for me he is the fuzz king). https://i.imgur.com/H9fuj1H.jpg
Nobels ODR-S (£45) , DT-1 (£35) and a Mosky XP Boost (£15) (EP boost copy)https://i.imgur.com/NwtpDx2.jpg
I have no need for a boost so its up for grabs.
Both the nobels are so good I own them twice. I am keeping the original Green and yellow coloured ones and selling the newer ones. There is no tonal difference between old and new.
Feel free to ask any question.
SOLD EHX Stereo Electric Mistress - £80 Velcro on the bottom SOLD
SOLD Fulltone OCD v1.7 - £75 SOLD Velcro on the bottom
The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a
whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct
term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a
rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a
fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term
by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the
term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.