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SupaTrem, Echo Park, V847, JBjr, etc


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Got a few pedals up for grabs, all prices are Paypaled/shipped to the 48 (sorry, can't ship overseas):


Fulltone Supa Trem - seen some action, not mint but good shape. A few scratches, there's velcro where the label was. The rubber feet are gone as well, but makes it easier to mount to a pedal board. (not sure of the serial #, it was missing the label when I got it, but it's one of the earlier models w/o the trimpots) $140


Line 6 Echo Park - like new, in the box w/ bubble wrap and manual. SOLD


Vox V847 - I added an adapter so you can power it with a daisy chain. Comes with the bag (and the box, but the box is a little beat-up) $60


MXR Series 2000 DynaComp - it's the older black Boss-style enclosure, but I thought it sounded better than the red one I had (which is why I don't have the red one anymore). Added the adapter so it takes the daisy chain. One knob has been replaced, everything else is in good shape. $45


JBjr - white, 4 conductor, good shape. $45


Black Speed Knobs for a Les Paul - these came off an Epiphone LP. $12


Also have a handmade Sweet Thing overdrive, bought it off the the Seymour Duncan board. Sounds good but a little too ballsy for my taste, so it just sits. The first cat sold it to me for $40, so I figured I'd do the same thing. Sound clips are here:

http://diysamples.50megs.com/ (scroll down to "Sweet Thing")


Email me with any questions, or for pics! Thanks-

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