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I'm clearing out a ton of pedals. All prices include recorded UK (signed for) delivery. I'll knock a fiver off , and include a free cuppa, for collection in person. Everything is priced keenly to sell, but I will do discounts for multiple puchases. Assume a pedal is in good condition unless otherwise stated. Most of the pedals have velcro or pedal board tape underneath.

 

 

Chowny Fuzzster fuzz. £25.

VGC. Includes original box.

 

Digitech Bass Driver distortion. £30.

Well used, heavily marked enclosure. No box.

 

Source Audio Neuro Hub. £40. ****SOLD ****

 

COG Knightfall V1 distortion. £50. **** SOLD ****

 

Source Audio Manta bass envelope filter. £80. **** SOLD ****

 

Source Audio Aftershock distortion. £85. **** SOLD ****

 

Source Audio programmable EQ. £45. **** SOLD ****

 

EHX Micro Qtron envelope filter. £30. **** SOLD ****

 

Behringer BDI 121 distortion pedal/preamp £10. **** SOLD ****

 

Zoom MS60B multi effects. £50. **** SOLD ****

 

Zoom B3 multi effects. £40. **** SOLD ****

 

TC Polytune Mini tuner. £35. **** SOLD ****

 

Sansamp Bass Driver V1 distortion/DI. £50. *** SOLD ***

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Quatschmacher said:

@lee650 that’s a good price for a Hub. 

I know Peter and i was about to buy it, but bailed last minute! I bought Alex's Gemini instead! Top bloke and very highly recommended to deal with. I'm still sortve  regretting not getting it and the gecko 😁

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1 hour ago, lee650 said:

I know Peter and i was about to buy it, but bailed last minute! I bought Alex's Gemini instead! Top bloke and very highly recommended to deal with. I'm still sortve  regretting not getting it and the gecko 😁

Buy it and I’ll pay £10 towards it.

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£50 for a BDDI? Are you feeling well? £100 would still be a bargain! 😄

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...and a B3 for £40?!!! Not surprised that's also just flown off the shelf :) 

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1 hour ago, ratman said:

To the top.

Do you realise you don’t need to make bump posts? There’s a “bump topic” button at the top of the page which will bump the post to the top.

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Ah ha! I just found it. Thanks for the heads up, I had no idea that existed ;)

 

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Selling a SansAmp for £50?! that's crazy haha, they go for like £140... Why not make an easy profit if you only paid £50?The mind boggles.

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