#1
Dunlop Original Crybaby - Model GCB-95 - $25.00
Dunlop Jimi Hendrix Wah - Model JH-1 - $35.00
Peavey Digital Delay - DD3 - $15.00

(they are obviously used)

Also This is pretty much my first pedal and i was wondering are there wahs that dont use battery? In fact do all those use batteries?


Are those really good deals?
Are they a steal? What are the differences?
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#2
The wahs are the same with different casings. Both are great deals though. The DD-3 is made by Boss, not Peavey. Again, great deal. Not a great pedal IMO but decent. All pedals worth owning require electricity to operate.
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#3
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The wahs are the same with different casings. Both are great deals though. The DD-3 is made by Boss, not Peavey. Again, great deal. Not a great pedal IMO but decent. All pedals worth owning require electricity to operate.



No this one is peavey

Idk Its werid

http://austin.craigslist.org/msg/1836126526.html


the yellow one.

Well i mean aren't their pedals that run on a like some kinda power station thingy
So all pedals need batteries?
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

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The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"
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#4
Oh. It's a DDL-3. Never played one and don't know the value. All pedals with a power jack can use an adapter. Just make sure the polarity and voltage matches.
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Rhodes Gemini
Fryette Ultra Lead
Peavey 6505
THD Flexi 50

Gibson R0 Prototype
EBMM JP13 Rosewood
Fender CS Mary Kaye

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#5
Quote by mmolteratx
Oh. It's a DDL-3. Never played one and don't know the value. All pedals with a power jack can use an adapter. Just make sure the polarity and voltage matches.


what does the adapter thing run on? just plug into wall sort of thing?
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

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The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"
#7
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Yea.


okay lol last questions

Do the majority of pedals come with a power jack and how do you make sure the polarity and voltage matches?

Sorry i'm a noob at pedals :P
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

Quote by BobDetroit
The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"
#8
Yes, most modern pedals come with a power jack. The standard nowadays is the Boss type 2.1mm plug but some older pedals use different jacks. Most pedals are center negative and 9V. Consult a manual before using anything with a power supply though.
E-peen:
Rhodes Gemini
Fryette Ultra Lead
Peavey 6505
THD Flexi 50

Gibson R0 Prototype
EBMM JP13 Rosewood
Fender CS Mary Kaye

WTLT

(512) Audio Engineering - Custom Pedal Builds, Mods and Repairs
#9
alright thanks!
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anyway, i must be off, my gf says we gotta go cause i poked her and now she's bleeding

Quote by BobDetroit
The real question is why the **** are you talking to your mom about a Mesa?What the hell did you think she was going to say?"No dear, I prefer Dual Rec tone?!"