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  1. A bunch of stuff here. Everything is in excellent shape and comes with all box/manual/etc that the pedals originally came with. Fairfield Circuitry Four Eyes Fuzz $180 Emma Reezafratzitz II $190 Emma Pisdiyauwot $190 Red Witch Empress Chorus $230 Earthquaker Devices Organizer $140 Maxon OSD9 $110 Malekko Spring Chicken $210
  2. Rickenbacker 650D This guitar is completely stock and a nice clean example of this rather rare Rickenbacker solid body electric. Loaded with Rickenbacker humbuckers which are warm and clear with just the right amount of output for a wide variety of musical applications. All top-of-the-line German hardware and general top notch Rickenbacker quality. Fret ends are perfectly dressed and action is low and easy to play. Please note that the 650D has the 1 3/4" nut width which makes these play super easy and gives plenty of room on the board for wide bends and complex chords. A 330 or 360 by comparison has a much narrower neck with no taper from nut to heel. Rickenbacker designed these guitars to appeal to players looking for a guitar that was better suited for rock playing all over the neck. Neck is medium thickness with a shape between a D and C. Very comfortable and fast with the oil finish. Includes original hardshell case and unused polishing cloth. $1200 shipped and paypalled in the US. Would consider trades for a 330 or 360 (or either of the equivalent 3-pickup models) in one of the various sunburst finishes. Other hollowbodies welcome as well. Humbuckers preferred on non-ricks.
  3. WMD Geiger Counter Civilian Issue. Includes box and manual. This small version has some really cool sounds built in and is wayyyyyyy easier to navigate and get consistent sounds than its bigger brother. $150 shipped TC SCF. Includes box and manual. I modified this pedal neatly and cleanly to work from an 18VDC power supply instead of the stock AC cable, which has been removed. Now its easier to fit on a pedalboard and the sound is completely the same. Works 100% as original. $200 shipped Fromel Lush #16. This pedal sounds awesome and the stereo sounds are extremely... lush. Go figure. Has Fromel's cool distressed looking finish. $200 shipped Mystery fuzz pedal. I received this in the mail as part of a secret santa from another forum IIRC. Inside there is a board for a GGG green ringer and a piece of perf with another fuzz circuit on it. Sounds sort of like a wolf computer or something similar maybe. Very cool sounding pedal with two nice sounding circuits. $80 shipped This pedal is sort of like a tamer fuzz factory. I built it with transistors that I selected to avoid the oscillation of a normal fuzz factory in an attempt to get some tamer sounds out of the circuit. It does some huge fuzz tones and also does a wide variety of interesting splattery gated tones. Not as ear piercing as a stock fuzz factory. Its fun to play and might make you play differently than you otherwise would. Includes led and DC jack $100 shipped DIY Mosfet boost. This is an exact copy down to the vero board layout, pot, and transistor of a ZVex SHO. It is what it is. Has a fancy 1950s Dakaware knob on it too $70 shipped
  4. This is a TC Electronic Stereo Chorus Flanger that has been modified so it has a DC jack instead of the bulky AC cable that comes stock. You can now run the pedal with any ~15-18v power supply. The sound is completely unaltered and provides a rich lush chorus that is highly regarded with good reason. The flanger and pitch modulation are also top notch. This pedal is in very good condition and works 100%. Includes the box and manual. $225 shipped and paypaled.
  5. EMMA Pisdiyauwot High Gain distortion. Includes box. This pedal kills for high gain stuff. Super chunky. Actually does lower gain really well too. Nice and dynamic and not muddy or harsh. $200 Violet Ram Head Muff built with carbon comps, ceramic disc caps, and 1970s 2N5133 transistors with the proper gain values. Sounds huge. $150 Ibanez OD880 copy. Crisp overdrive/distortion tones. Not overly midrangey like a tube screamer but bright and clear. One of Ibanez's forgotten classics IMO $100
  6. OK the release date is here. Where is my Hedonic Treadmill chumps?
  7. Honestly the only way to make this happen is to have a small number of people take the reins and just get it done. If you try to make a it a democratic process it will fail every time because people expect to make the "HCFX pedal" their personal best design they will ever use when really the point is to just create something that establishes a group bond.
  8. This is a custom one-off delay pedal that consists of two separate modulated analog-voiced digital delays in one box. The controls for the two delays cover one row of knobs each. The controls from left are delay level, delay time, feedback, modulation speed, modulation depth. Each delay can get a wide range of modulation speeds and depths. Total delay time for each delay line is approximately 1 second. The switching allows you to use one delay or both at once. The right switch is true bypass and the left switch adds the second delay line. So you can have one touch multitap delay or single delay line. The delays are in serious so you get all those beautiful repeats playing off each other organically as you tweak. As far as I know, no delay on the market allows you to do what this delay does which is have complete control over every parameter of two delay lines with simple pots. Twak modulation depth or feedback and delay time on the fly like no other delay. This pedal is loaded with high quality metal film resistors and panasonic film caps. Each delay line uses premium Burr Brown opamps in the signal path. These are the same chips used in the Skreddy Echo and Diamond Memory Lane. Fancy Marshall knobs and a granite sparkle paint job round out this extremely robust pedal. $200 shipped and paypalled.
  9. Emma Reezafratzitz with box Excellent condition Sounds awesome and gives great thick gain tones all the way from low to high gain. Cleans up well with your volume knob too! $150 + $8 shipping in the US. $20 international shipping. Trade offers welcome. I could really use a nice loop pedal. Also like unique fuzzes.
  10. ZVex did some cool stuff with the probe series and the sequenced pedals, but long before those he became famous for a 5 knob fuzz face and a boost circuit taken from an old mixing desk schematic. Hardly game changers. How long have you been playing guitar and buying pedals? ZVex was making those products 15-20 years ago when there was nothing like them out there. The massive amount of builders out there now makes the original boutique guys seem less innovative but consider that the Fuzz Factory came out in the early 90s and it puts a lot in perspective. Devi was probably playing a recorder in elementary school then.
  11. Devi alluded to making north of $200k last year in a thread awhile back so it's kind of mystifying why she'd need to raise such an absurd amount to produce one pedal. That's kind of a vague statement. It's likely gross income and not profit. Also, not sure there is much Devi here. These big projects are all coming from INFANEM I believe. Ken designs them for Devi to produce under her larger and more established brand name. The silver rose was done that way.
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