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We all know how good the DG gear is and this is no exception. 

It’s lived on a board since day one. It just doesn’t really suit my amp. 

I’d be interested in trades. Pike Vulcan, Dr Black Fwonk Beta (or other envelope filters). Maybe even a Strymon Mobius with £ coming from me. 

Comes with box. 



Also I’m selling my MXR Sub Octave Bass Fuzz. It’s a cool pedal with two different fuzz circuits plus the added Sub Octave which is great. Comes with box.


both prices include uk postage



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Can the MXR operate both fuzz and octave independently, or do you need to have fuzz engaged to get the octave? 

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