Surplus to requirements, a superb signature pedal from JHS (check our their page and youtube channel). It's a drive and fuzz combined with versatile EQ and options to stack the effects in the order you choose.
These are £300 new so this is a good saving. It's in great condition and comes with the original box.
I can post at owner's cost and risk.
The EQ makes this suitable for bass as well as guitar; check out the videos!
Thanks for looking
Up for sale is my Sansamp VT DI pedal - got this earlier from a BC’er and put it through its paces, but it’s not exactly my cup of tea, so up it goes.
Brilliant o/d pedal, DI or preamp (or all 3 at once if you like) for any kind of Ampeg sounding grind (or not, depending on how you set it) from mild to fuzzed-out!
in very good condition with Velcro on the bottom.
Price includes delivery to mainland uk address.
I am one of those who lurk around here and very rarely post! But, I'm in need of some advice for where I go next with some pedals...
For reference, my gear is Musicman Stingray (2004-3EQ), Fender MIM P (2008/9), Ashdown ABM EVO III 500, Ashdown ABM 410T, Boss TU-2 and EHX Deluxe Bass Big Muff.
As far as what I am doing and wanting to achieve? Well, I started a functions band at the beginning of the year... whilst COVID has hampered us slightly it's meant we've been able to practice more and really hone our sounds. As it's functions and I will play finger style / plectrum / slap I feel I really need a compressor, something to even out the volume across styles and the neck etc. Additionally, I am looking at having a SANSAMP bass driver so on the occasion where we are in a small venue I don't need to use my (big, heavy) amp and go straight in to our PA, or equally if we are doing a big hall I can just use my amp for monitoring.
So my dilemma... do I get a compressor and SANSAMP pedal, or go for something like the Tech 21 Fly Rig?
The pedals I have been looking at are the MXR M87 and the SANSAMP Bass Driver. Currently, at Andertons these will come in at £370. Benefits I see is that this is 'modular' so I can change pedals if I want to, and potentially I have more control a) in terms of signal path and b) in terms of what each pedal can do. Also, I can buy one at a time which would mean getting one sooner
Whereas the Fly Rig is £275, which would be a slightly larger outlay at the beginning... but would be done in one go... plus, the convenience of carrying one thing to gigs... It also has other fun things I may use at some point. I particularly like the fun I think i'd have with the filter!
Any experience with either set up would be greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance guys!