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The one stop volume stop. Twin input, twin output and minimum volume setting. 2 way setting for pedal allows adjustment for volume of instruments or for modulation control. Does all the volume thingsModel: Behringer FCV100Made: ChinaType: volumePower: 12v Draw: 50mASwitching: n/aEquivalent new street price (approx):...
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Auto Wah is a dang cool effect. Perfect for funky lead lines and great on bass also. It's very responsive to your playing and definitely adds a layer of sonic intrigue. Bom-chika-waow-waowww.Model: Boss AW-2 Auto WahMade: Taiwan, Jun 1997 (serial CJ97354)Type: wah/filterPower: standard 9v negative...
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There's a million low gain, blues-voiced overdrive pedals out there. Many of them owe their existence to this iconic pedal. It hasn't changed a lot in thirty years; they're still great.  Model: Boss BD-2 Blues DriverMade in: Taiwan, 2016 (serial Q0H3337)Type: low...
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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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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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Here we have a 'green label' vintage Boss BF-2 flanger. It's got all those cool aeroplane tones on deck, and there's definitely a certain 'something' about these older examples. Model: Boss BF-2 FlangerMade: Japan, Sep 1988 (serial 943410)Type: flangerPower: standard 9v negative...
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This is perhaps the most recognisable modulation pedal of all time... also, perhaps not. There's one little bucket brigade chip inside that serves to simply make everything awesome. This is surely chorus against which all others are measured. This one...
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This is perhaps the most recognisable modulation pedal of all time... also, perhaps not. There's one little bucket brigade chip inside that serves to simply make everything awesome. This is surely chorus against which all others are measured. This one...
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This packs the tones of the CE-2 and CE-1, plus a cool new stereo mode. That's some serious wobble, friends. Model: Boss CE-2W Waza Craft ChorusMade: Japan, 2017 (serial Z3I9114)Type: chorusPower: standard 9V negative supply or 9v batterySwitching: buffered bypassEquivalent new street price (approx): $339audMods: noneAccessories: original box...
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This little guy replaced the super iconic CE-2 in 1982. This one is a later 'white knob' example built in Taiwan in 1989. The biggest difference is the handy stereo switching; this will do wet/dry or true stereo chorus. It's...
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Here we have the new digital ninja version of the Boss compressor. It's designed to be more transparent and responsive than previous versions and tailored specifically for guitars. Plus, the casing is very shiny; extra points for that! Model: Boss...
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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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This one is good. (good... good... good... good... goo... go... g...) Sorry, couldn't resist. The DD-20 will covers a whole lot of ground. If you want a heap of functionality and crispy hi-fi delay but aren't ready to go full...
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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, recent modelType: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply, 55mA draw approxSwitching: buffered bypassEquivalent new street...
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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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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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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 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 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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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... This one includes the original box and manual.Model: Boss DD-7Made: Taiwan, 2016 (serial U6G6942)Type: digital delayPower:...
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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, 2018 (serial Y6I0636)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply or battery, 55mA draw...
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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, Jun 2016 (serial U7G9581)Type: digital delayPower: standard 9v negative supply or battery, 55mA...
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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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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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