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  2. Elektron Analog Drive. Picked this up a few weeks back because I've always wanted a go on one. Has 8 fully separate analogue drive circuits with 100 preset slots with full MIDI implementation. Really is a remarkable thing and won't be too sad if it doesn't sell. I have however realised that most of my time is spent using a Boss OD-3 and I don't really need this many dirt options. Very clean, comes with original packaging, manual and power supply (which you will probably use, as it's 500mA @ 12v and centre positive). Slight issue with the left footswitch (preset down) being a a tad sticky . Non issue most of the time but needs a bit of lubrication before gigging because sometimes (maybe one time in ten) it sticks down long enough to trigger the long press function to go down 10 preset slots instead of just one. To be honest I didn't even notice for a week after buying it. £130 posted in the UK Payment by bank transfer
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  4. I don't think that's right, I would guess they are marked up because of scraping off an original polyester finish this body had at some point. It's a real pain to get the paint off from around ferrules like these, I've done it myself fighting the paint off a squier Tele and they ended up looking very much like this.
  5. Yeah, they're all combinations of amps I'm interested in with pedals I'm not ...
  6. I was really interested by these when they came out, but they were £350 and I don't think I ever even saw one for sale. They ended up being sold off for like £100 at Thomann after no one bought them. As with all exciting pedal fire sales, I missed out entirely on the Thomann thing, but I saw one on eBay the other night for a fair price and pulled the trigger. I must say, I'm very impressed. It covers pretty much any distortion tone I could want, and seems to work as nicely on bass as it does guitar. The flexibility is top notch and the presets mean it's actually a contender for a gigging pedalboard. Anyone else use one of these on bass? I'm seriously considering selling off quite a few dirt pedals to justify keeping this around.
  7. No Oxford, no VT Bass. Thanks Tech 21, love you too 🥲
  8. I hate 3M dual lock, you might as well epoxy your pedals to the board. I think regular velcro is more than secure enough.
  9. Couple of Boss pedals for sale. Both heavy distortion pedals primarily intended for guitar but a lot of fun on bass too if you like that sort of thing (which I do ) Boss ML-2 Metal Core. £70 (+5 postage) Very good sounding metal distortion. Sounds huge, very good reviews on line. This looks brand new and mint. Super clean condition. Boss MD-2 Mega Distortion. £40 (+5 postage) It's distortion, it's mega. Less glowing reviews on line for this one, lol. I quite like it, sounds quite square wavey to my ears, good control from the lows and highs stacked pots. Again very good condition, tiny fleck of paint missing from the text on the front (see pics). Payment by bank transfer, will be posted by special delivery. UK only please.
  10. Would you say there's enough differences between the Oxford and these two to justify owning them all? I *will* try to avoid buying them, but i would appreciate your input just in case I falter
  11. I would love a VT Bass version, I used to have the Tech 21 original and it sounded awesome. I looked at modding one but for all my soldering practice I've never been near SMD stuff... I should be happy with the Oxford for a while regardless!
  12. Just received my Oxford Sound today. Absolutely enormous sound, very powerful EQ. Definitely a keeper, a great pedal regardless of price. Taking the price into account it seems like a no brainer. Got mine from Amazon and it arrived in a few days. Now looking at the other Joyo amp pedals, because this thing is spectacular.
  13. Oh I have nothing but love for cheap pedals- my Mosky rat clone and Behringer SF300 are two of my absolute faves. I was just offering my thoughts on why OP might not see many of these mini Ibanez pedals around. Its probably just me though.
  14. I'd bet heavily the Ibanez pedals have their own boards, I've seen the Ibanez flanger PCB and it's definitely unique to that pedal.
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