02-18-2013 08:00 PM
Cheers from across the pond. We're going to try a weekly Euro spam thread and see how that works out. Here's the rules:
I'll try to close the previous week's spam thread sometime each Sunday evening / early Monday morning. At that time, the previous week's spam thread will be unstuck and locked. Everyone will be able to still read it as it drops off page one, but it won't be "bump-able".
One post per person, per weekly spam thread.
If the details have changed - for example, a item or two on your list has sold, you've lowered your asking price, or you no longer are looking for a new XYZ Toobyeller cheep - EDIT your original post.
ANY and all exceptions to the one post, per person per weekly spam thread rule need to be approved by me PRIOR to the second post.
This thread is for "want to buy", "want to sell" and "want to trade" posts ONLY. If you have a question about an item that's listed, please contact the seller via PM or email - don't ask questions in the thread.
New pedal announcements from builders go in here too. The "one per week" rule applies. No discussion or questions about announcements in here. If someone unaffiliated with the builder wants to start a separate thread asking about it, that's fine, and the builder can respond - but we're getting way too many builder started "announcement" threads lately, so we're going to try this for a while instead.
If you have questions regarding a certain pedal brand / type, or its suitability for various purposes / tasks, please do a search or start a new thread for that discussion.
If a seller is asking too much (in your opinion), don't slam them for it in the thread. Yes, it might be helpful to some buyers, but OTOH, buyers should take the time to research anything they're considering buying...
HC does not have any involvement in sales between private parties, or members and builders, and this ongoing weekly thread is posted as a public service - as always, caveat emptor et venditor!
02-20-2013 03:31 PM - edited 02-26-2013 05:21 AM
Hartman Flanger. As new condition. £95 (Price includes uk postage)
Ibanez PDM1 Modulation Delay £55 (Price includes uk postage)
02-21-2013 11:12 PM
Jauernig Luxury Twin-Rate Tremolo
Beautiful sounding sine-wave trem with 2 independent speeds.
PTP wired AC188 (red dot) Fuzz Face.
Fat Germanium fuzz tones, early Hendrix fuzz, cleans up well with guitar volume. Vol, bias and fuzz controls.
Try me for trades - fuzz (i'm a sucker for fuzz, just in the mood for something different) & OD, univbe, reverb, phaser, chorus?? stuff I don't know I want but you have to traded
Trade interests include
Foxrox CC Hybrid/Hot Silicon,
VFE Blues King, Pale Horse, Alpha Dog or Enterprise
Univibe / phaser / chorus
02-23-2013 02:40 AM
02-23-2013 04:30 AM
02-23-2013 12:19 PM
For sale, with registered shipping with tracking number (within Europe) already included:
- EHX Polychorus, very good condition, 90´s big box version! Power adaptor and wooden box included! Price: 160 EUR
- Ibanez PT-9 phaser, 1980´s, lots of scuffs and ding, no box, sounds awesome! Price: 100 EUR
- Providence Heat Blaster HBL-3, new in box, velcro installed! Price: 200 EUR
- 1970´s EHX Bad Stone, very good condition, box and papers, volume drop mod and true bypass mod installed! Price: 175 EUR
As for trades, currently looking for: Analogman, Skreddy, Subdecay, Strymon, Moog and Dr. Scientist stuff!! But feel free to make an offer if you have some crazy pedals sitting around unused!!
02-24-2013 05:06 AM - edited 02-25-2013 10:22 AM
I have a laney VH100 that I want to sell. Its been sitting in a basement for a year because I dont have any use for a 100 watt head!
Because it needs repairs I'll let it go for very cheap. The reverb tank and low gain input jack dont work. It probably needs new tubes too. Make me an insultingly low offer!
02-25-2013 01:19 AM
Carl Martin Plexitone v1 - £105 posted
Rothwell Switchblade - £75 posted
WTB: Wampler Pinnacle, Wampler Super Plextortion, Blackstar HT Dual, Lovepedal Superlead
02-25-2013 04:11 AM - edited 02-26-2013 06:02 AM
The red DCC Engineering 4x12" prototype may be for sale if anyone's interested. This thing is a beast, loaded with 4x Celestion Hot 100s and nicely broken in.
Would be looking for £375 or may consider a trade for a 30 watt (ish) valve combo. May also consider trades for rack gear and/or reverb pedals.
It's constructed of 18mm birch ply, with sturdy rubber feet. Handles are routed directly into the wood, rather than plastic or metal handles. Grill cloth is Fender style silver with blue stripes, and the metal nameplate is handmade by me.
It's currently wired for 16ohms with a parallel output. I could rewire it for 4 ohms mono or 8 ohms per side stereo at request.
Dimensions are similar to an Orange cab (30"x30"), except it's a few inches deeper. We built it deeper to optimise it for downtuning, so it's capable of absolutely massive amounts of low end for those that need it. Sounds perfectly good in standard tunings too. As it is so deep, it wouldn't stack on top of many other cabs very well, but of course it does make a perfect cab to go at the bottom of a full stack if you prefer to use a pair of 4x12s. I used to stack a Matamp 4x12 on top, which fit just fine.
This was the prototype we built, and it's been my personal cab now for about 15 months. It's never been gigged, but it's been worked pretty hard and broken in nicely with band practices once a week.
There are very few of these in existence, so very rare. We sell these for £575 brand new so the price of £375 I feel is fair.
I'm selling it only because I'm no longer in a band, and obviously this isn't useful as part of a practice rig at home! Plus I can always build another if I start a band again.
Collection from Manchester only. It's pretty huge and I have no transport.
02-26-2013 01:57 AM
Introducing the Buzzkill from Magnetic Effects!
The Buzzkill is a Germanium fuzz pedal with a distinctive 60′s style splatty fuzz sound! Using a pair of hand selected NOS germanium transistors, the Buzzkill delivers great Garage/pysch tones.
The four controls are Gain, Volume, Tone and Mids. The Gain control has plenty of range. Milder fuzzy drive sounds are available with the gain low and when the gain is cranked, a more compressed, saggy tone springs to life. The Tone and Mids controls are very interactive and offer a wide variety of tones.
The Buzzkill has a high input impedance and a low output impedance. This makes the Buzzkill, unlike many fuzz pedals, compatible with buffered bypass pedals as well as pedal switchers and wireless systems.
Introductory price of £89 plus shipping.
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