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Hey guys, I'm clearing out a few things and the first part of my rig I want to consolidate is my pedals.

Visual Sound H20 is a combo chorus and Echo in one, usable together or individually. The controls on both pedals are fairly simple but have a huge range, you can dial in anything from really subtle to super lush. The pedal is really sturdy and barely used. I bought this about a year ago and shortly after I stopped playing guitar for a while. Never has been even taken out of the house or even used with shoes. I still have the original box and manuals.

Asking $140 plus shipping


Ibanez TS-9 is a classic and it has served me well over the years. Either drive your amp to get some more bite or simply use it as a boost to tighten up your sound. Completely unmodded and in great condition(no signs of wear at all). Still have the original box and manual.

Asking $70 plus shipping


I'm not really looking for trades but you are welcome to ask, if it perks my interest we can work something out. I can take some pictures if you want.
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#2
hey man, can you tell me more about that VS H20 pedal? I own one of their other pedals and its working out nicely.
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Quote by Santucci218
hey man, can you tell me more about that VS H20 pedal? I own one of their other pedals and its working out nicely.



Sure thing.

Each effect has its own controls, on the left you have Chorus which has an on/off footswitch, then Speed, width, and delay time knobs and a switch that changes it to normal or lush.

On the right side you have similar controls for the echo effect. On/off footswitch, then Echo time, repeats, and effect level knobs and a switch for either short or long echo.

It features both dry and wet outputs, super sturdy casing, and smart overall design.

Like I said before both effects can be dialed in to either really subtle or extremely in your face and anywhere in between.

Here is VS site:
http://www.visualsound.net/v2h2o.htm

This talks about some of the features included in all of their V2 series pedals.
http://www.visualsound.net/v2.htm


I really do love this pedal, the only reason I am selling it is because there is a limited run boutique fuzz that I want to buy and I am a little short on cash.

I am happy to answer any other questions you have about it.
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#4
Fender princeton chorus for THE VS H2O?
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Quote by Bostonrocks
Fender princeton chorus for THE VS H2O?


Cool offer, but I think I'm going to pass. I don't need another amp at the moment, I appreciate the offer though.
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#6
where are you located in california? and is the echo like a delay or more of a reverbish slapback type thing?
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#7
Yeah, no problem man, good luck!
Quote by gregs1020
Brett has been saving for a splawn for 4 years
countries have been toppled in the time it's taking, revolutions won got a black pres

yawn


Quote by bubb_tubbs
When he finally gets one it'll probably be televised like the Berlin Wall coming down.
The end of an era
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Quote by apak
where are you located in california? and is the echo like a delay or more of a reverbish slapback type thing?


I am located in Campbell California, which is in the south bay area.


I believe it can sound like either if I am understanding you correctly. It can either be set to do a single repeat of the note you played creating a "slapback" sound or you can set it up to many repeats where it will slowly decay(like a delay)

Here is a simple echo test I found on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkBRe60YO_0

if you search there are a bunch, you can get a good idea of how it behaves. I don't want to say for sure what it is like because I have never owned a straight up delay but from my understanding it is about the same.


and let me know if you have any other questions.
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#11
I'm interested in your tubescreamer. I might be able to pay cash for it in week or two.
Call me Wes.
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Various Ibanez TS9s
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#12
Quote by pierce34celtic
What's the best price you can do on the Visual Sounds shipped to Pembroke Pines, FL 33027?



USPS cheapest way is is going to be $10(medium flat-rate box), I can add insurance for $2. I'll pay half of the shipping so $145(146 with shipping insurance)


darkarbiter7: Sounds good. If you are sure you want it I would be happy to hold it for you, just shoot me a pm or post on here.
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#14
Actually, a crunch box just popped up used at a local store. I'm gonna check that out.
If I don't like it/it gets sold, i'll probably go for your TS9. Don't bother holding the TS9, though.
Call me Wes.
Gear:
Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#15
Alright, sounds good. It'll probably still be here


Let me know if the crunchbox doesn't work out
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#17
any interest in a set of EMG 89s (comes with brand new electronics)? I'd trade straight up for the H20.
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Quote by SlappyMcLardfat
any interest in a set of EMG 89s (comes with brand new electronics)? I'd trade straight up for the H20.


I'm going to have to pass. At this point I don't really need any pick-ups, thanks for the offer though.
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Quote by thefrigginbob
I'm going to have to pass. At this point I don't really need any pick-ups, thanks for the offer though.

if you change your mind, i'm here.
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#21
Quote by mindstealer
Any interest in a Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde pedal for the H20?


While thats a sweet pedal, it would be wasted on me. I have no use for the distortion portion of it and I already have a particular OD in mind that I will be using.


Thank you for the offer though.
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#22
Price of the h20 lowered to $125 plus shipping

TS-9 to $60 plus shipping


It's a great deal both pedals are pretty mint
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#23
gah I'm only 20 dollars away from the h20 it's hurting me on the inside
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#25
whats the lowest your willing to come down on the h20 cause I've seen it for 100 on ebay
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#26
I'm looking for $125 shipped, considering it is still very unused, I have the box and manuals and I payed $190 for it.

I have seen none on ebay for cheaper than $135 except for the older model.
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#27
I'd trade you my EHX Stereo Clone Theory for the tubescreamer.
Feel free to call me Kyle.

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Quote by TNfootballfan62
I'd trade you my EHX Stereo Clone Theory for the tubescreamer.


The TS is already sold, sorry I forgot to update that.
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#29
No problem.
Feel free to call me Kyle.

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