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SFX X&M Pedal


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Thanks for the interest in this pedal, I should have mentioned in original post that the price quoted does not include postage, which must be covered by buyer.

I will post an exact postage price asap, but shouldn't be too much (located in Ireland).

Here is a link to a description of the unit: [url="http://www.sfxsound.co.uk/mainpage.asp?page=xm"]http://www.sfxsound.co.uk/mainpage.asp?page=xm[/url]

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[quote name='mark_ir' timestamp='1326874493' post='1502947']
have you had any issues with this pedal?
sfx have taken it off the market and are 'redesigning' it according to the website
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Yes I had heard that.

My guess would be that he is tinkering with the crossover slope, or perhaps adding a parametric EQ to the 'high' signal (I sometimes put one in here to boost the midrange in some fuzz pedals), or perhaps he is putting values and indentations on the crossover freq knob which would be handy.

All design features though, rather than issues. I was always able to make the pedal do what I wanted. I would wager the new design will cost more if any of the suggestions other than the first one are implemented.

Shipping to Leeds would be £10 standard post, £15 registered post, but at the moment the pedal is on hold pending payment.

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[quote name='Silent Fly' timestamp='1326979657' post='1504601']
Just a quick note to let you know that the review of the [sfx] X&M has nothing to do with the performance or functionality of the pedal. The main reasons are production and some custom parts.
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Thanks Max, I was wondering about that.

Pedal is still here folks.

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