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ALL SOLD Several Effects for Sale: Earthquaker, Ibanez, TC Electronic, EHX
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Time to thin the herd a little bit to raise some cash.

TC Electronic Ditto Looper - £SOLD

Fantastic little looper. Owned from new, bought on a whim and barely used.

Earthquaker Devices Arpanoid - £SOLD

Very versatile and unique arpeggiator pedal - loads of options at a the click of the wheel! DEFINITELY worth checking out some videos of this pedal in use. Can also act as a decent octave pedal!

EHX - Pitchfork £SOLD

Super snappy little pitchshifter. So many options. Sounds beautiful with 6th shift. Super beautiful. 

EHX - Superego £120

Inspiration in a box. Washy, bendy, synthy amazingness. Really don't want to sell.

Ibanez SB7 - £70

A stunning and difficult to find synth/envelope pedal. Sounds amazing stacked or by itself with dynamic playing.

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