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I have for sale a Future Impact pedal. Happy to ship. It's a killer pedal but unfortunately the project I was intending it for fell apart. Never been gigged, has been used for 15 minutes at home.



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6 hours ago, Quatschmacher said:

I’ve just uploaded clips of some new patches I’ve made (see my latest post in the thread below). They might sway someone.

Also does a convincing octaver:




Those octave patches really are very good! 

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1 hour ago, Al Krow said:

Those octave patches really are very good! 

You are not wrong.

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Finally managed to have run through my recently purchased Impact. It sounds great! Really impressed with some of the standard fx available, not a one trick pony at all this. 

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Interested in any trades + cash?

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On 08/06/2019 at 23:15, Wilco said:

Interested in any trades + cash?

Looking for a straight sale, thanks.

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