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Mooer stuff generally punches above their weight, and this is no exception. Sure, spend $700 on a Chase Bliss if you want, but... this?Model: Mooer Shimverb ProMade: China, recent model (serial 1205516)Type: digital reverbPower: standard 9v negative supply or batterySwitching: true bypassEquivalent...
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Boss make a good digital delay. The DD7 covers a lot of ground, plus it's virtually indestructible and has that crispy clear digital hi-fi mirror-like reflective shiny goodness.Model: Boss DD-7Made: Taiwan, Nov 2018 (serial Z6J7479)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply or batterySwitching: buffered bypassEquivalent new...
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This is one of those pedals that just about everyone has owned at some point, because it does a simple trick really well. Why mess with the classic?Model: Boss DD-3Made: Taiwan, mid 00s (label sticker removed)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply, 55mA draw...
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Handy little tuner. These are everywhere for a reason! Model: Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner PedalMade in: Taiwan, May 2011 (serial M6A9158)Type: tunerPower: regular 9v supplyEquivalent new street price (approx): $149audMods: velcro attachedAccessories: no box or manualCondition notes: used, few minor marks, fully functional. Overall: very good condition
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Behold the fuchsia glory. The original Ibanez AD-9 was originally designed and produced by Maxon, so the same pedal was sold under the two different brand names from 1982-4; these Maxon branded units were sold to the Japan domestic market. It sounds...
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The DM-2 was the first compact delay pedal ever made, launching in 1981. To get the bucket brigade chip at the centre of the design to produce a then-very-long 300ms of delay, the signal had to have the frequency response limited,...
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The DD-2 was first digital delay in a stompbox, ever. Back in the early 80s, Roland used to offer a flagship studio rack sized delay unit called a SDE-3000, and with a bit of ingenuity they managed to cram the large IC chip from...
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Flamma are a new builder, their pedals have only just hit the market worldwide and they're not really available in Australia as of yet. This one is ex-demo, so it's been used to make a couple of demo videos but that's...
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Massive life hack: tune your guitar, and it'll sound better. Just don't tell too many folks, okay folks?Model: Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner PedalMade in: Taiwan, May 2011 (serial M6A9158)Type: tunerPower: regular 9v supplyEquivalent new street price (approx): $159audMods: noneAccessories: noneCondition notes: used, few minor marks....
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This is one of the earlier stand-out 'multi-mode' delay pedals. The reverse and hold modes are heaps of fun, plus the external tap tempo function is super handy. Word on the street is these DD-5 models sound a little 'sweeter'...
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This is one of those pedals that just about everyone has owned at some point, because it does a simple trick really well. Why mess with the classic?Model: Boss DD-3Made: Taiwan, Feb 1999 (Serial: NL99512)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply, 55mA draw approxSwitching: buffered bypassEquivalent new street...
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There's a lot to love here. The addition of a delay time control adds a whole lot of spice to a chorus pedal, plus the 'krazy' switch adds a whole lot of weirdness too. As a straight up tasty subtle...
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Maxon invented the famed AD-9 circuit that was sold under the Ibanez brand name, so this one comes from a long line of good analog delays. It's a fantastic sounding delay: thick, juicy, warm... satisfying. Model: Maxon AD9Pro Analog DelayMade: Japan, recent...
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