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The classic Cry Baby; against which all other wahs are measured. This one sounds exactly how you'd imagine. The battery cover is missing but it's otherwise in good shape.Model: Dunlop Cry Baby Wah PedalMade: USA, recent model (serial AA32P995)Type: wahPower: standard 9v supply...
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Flanger is surely one of the funnest and most under-appreciated effects going around. This is a classic 'white knob' example of the BF-2; it's got that sweet spaceship zestiness and is sure to add some vintage sci-fi excitement to your...
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It's small, orange and full of wobbles. You can switch between 45 and 90 mode and toggle the vintage voiced script logo mode; so it's got a few tricks up it's tiny sleeve.Model: MXR  Phase 95Made: USA, recent modelType: phaserPower: standard 9v...
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Super cool weirdness in a box. There's some cool controls on offer; the ability to blend phaser and vibrato is ace, and sending the signal back through the phaser for another round of wobble via the feedback control is awesome....
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The classic Cry Baby; against which all other wahs are measured. This one sounds exactly how you'd imagine. The battery cover is missing but it's otherwise in good shape.Model: Dunlop Cry Baby Wah (GCB-100)Made: USA, recent model (serial AA-24Q876)Type: wahPower: standard 9v supply...
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This rules, just quietly. It's an 80s era analog chorus, built like a tank with superb quality guts. At higher settings, this gets hugely wobbly and weird, but it never loses it's warm, gooey glory. It's a little less subtle...
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Looks charmingly bad, sounds deceptively great. This shares the same basic control set as the better known Boss CE-3, but has a certain warm wobbliness more akin to the famed CE-2. It's a perfect example of an 80s 'sleeper chorus': maximum...
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These were made in the 80s and were blessed with the reverred Panasonic MN3207 bucket brigade chip. That lends it a natural warmth and complexity, plus the controls offer plenty of range to tweak. They don't make them like this...
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Here we have the earlier, simpler two knob version of the MXR Bass Ocatve. It sounds huge and tracks super well, right down to below a low-B on a five. Heaps of fun.Model: MXR Bass OctaveMade: USA, recent model (serial...
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This model of phaser popped up in 1978 and was made in this format for a couple of short years. The three knob setup gives you heaps of scope to dial in what you're after. The feedback control sends the...
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Flanger is an underrated pleasure; it's a great effect. These vintage MIJ flangers are some of the coolest going around too. This one has a tasty sci-fi sweep to it, plus the feedback control lets you send the signal back...
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This is a great little phaser, it sounds awesome. You've got plenty of control over the scope and madness of the phasing, plus it has that certain analog warmth and tastiness common with Maxon stuff. Orange goodness.Model: Maxon PT-9 PhaserMade:...
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