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#1
This thread will be all the pedals that I build not to order than I want to sell and also a few commercial pedals which I have acquired.

It will be updated with new items and possibly price drops so keep checking back as there might be something you're interested in for sale.

So here's the first few pedals I have that I'm looking to sell.

(£75) BYOC Fuzz Face(built by me):

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
True bypass
Internal bias trim pot to change the tone
NOS components - carbon comp resistors + ac127 transistors.
More pedalboard friendly than the dunlop version

(£40) Bazz Fuzz in 1590a enclosure (built by me):

Features:
Tiny case so easy to stick in a gigbag or takes up very little pedalboard room
Standard Boss DC jack
Simple to use as only control is volume

(£40) Coloursound One Knob Fuzz (built by me):

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
Simple to use as only control is volume
Fairly small case so good for pedalboards

(£70) BYOC Orange Distortion (built by me):

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
DS-1 clone with IC used in the 80's DS-1 pedals
Modded for less shrill highs
LED clipping to get middy distortion (similar sound to the MI Audio Crunchbox)

(£30) Boss MT-2 Metal Zone:

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack (Duh)
Cheap high gain distortion
Sweepable mid frequency is pretty useful

(£65) BBE Sonic Stomp:

Features:
Comes with original box
Standard Boss DC jack


All prices include shipping inside the UK, I will post overseas though

Post here or PM if you have any questions and if you'd like a custom pedal built then check out my other thread (link in sig)
#5
Got a Crest Audio Fuzz Face reissue I might part with, I'm not sure what I want for it though. It's missing the bottom plate and I've had to replace the battery snap but other wise it's in good condition and sounds pretty awesome but I prefer germanium rather than silicon fuzz faces.

Pics:




I am interested in trades so feel free to offer me things.
#8
Post sound clips of the pedals, you'll get a lot more interested from people, including me if we actually know what they sound like...
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#12
Fair enough. Can't say there's anything else I would really be after.

Thought you might be interested in the DS-2 to mod; frankly I think it could do with a little tweaking from someone who knows to make it a really good pedal. The CE-5's a good chorus for the money. I'm surprised it hasn't sold yet.

I'll come back to you once I've sold them mate.
#13
I don't really have the space to keep all these pedals that's why I can't take two pedals for that one.

If you change your mind and fancy another pedal with the fuzz face for your amp then let me know, I really like the extra textures you can get combining the Bazz Fuzz pedal with the fuzz face so that's what I'd recommend. If not check back when you've got some cash
#14
Cool. Not gna lie, tempted by the Orange Distortion as well. Making a deal would be contingent on me getting rid of the pedals still though. About to put in quite a tasty order with Proguitarshop so I could do with the cash, and wouldn't be too keen on picking up a new distortion with the DS-2 still waiting to be sold.

At any rate, I shall come back a knockin once I've managed to clear my surplus stock.
#18
I've got an EHX Freeze, Mildly modded Crybaby (replaced the resistors so it has better gain/bass response and a has more vocal qualities), a Bad Monkey, a broken Fuzzface/Tonebender in one (for some reason it just died on me one day and I haven't opened it up to figure out why) for trade as of late, lemme know if any other those interest you Oh and might possibly have an Epi Valve Jr. head soon if you have any interest in one (to mod or whatever).
#20
Is the mt-2 stock?

May be interested for modding purposes
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I think so...
#22
BBE Sonic Stomp, Coloursound One Knob Fuzz and Bazz Fuzz gone.

Still up for grabs:

(£75) BYOC Fuzz Face(built by me): http://i51.tinypic.com/x1gf1i.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
True bypass
Internal bias trim pot to change the tone
NOS components - carbon comp resistors + ac127 transistors.
More pedalboard friendly than the dunlop version

(£70) BYOC Orange Distortion (built by me): http://i52.tinypic.com/2z4y5p3.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
DS-1 clone with IC used in the 80's DS-1 pedals
Modded for less shrill highs
LED clipping to get middy distortion (similar sound to the MI Audio Crunchbox)

(£30) Boss MT-2 Metal Zone: http://i55.tinypic.com/2ajox3d.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack (Duh)
Cheap high gain distortion
Sweepable mid frequency is pretty useful

(offer - not sure on price) Crest Audio Fuzz Face reissue: http://i55.tinypic.com/258rsyd.jpg

http://i52.tinypic.com/2yye7pf.jpg
#27
(£75) BYOC Fuzz Face(built by me): http://i51.tinypic.com/x1gf1i.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
True bypass
Internal bias trim pot to change the tone
NOS components - carbon comp resistors + ac127 transistors.
More pedalboard friendly than the dunlop version

(£70) BYOC Orange Distortion (built by me): http://i52.tinypic.com/2z4y5p3.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
DS-1 clone with IC used in the 80's DS-1 pedals
Modded for less shrill highs
LED clipping to get middy distortion (similar sound to the MI Audio Crunchbox)

(£30) Boss MT-2 Metal Zone: http://i55.tinypic.com/2ajox3d.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack (Duh)
Cheap high gain distortion
Sweepable mid frequency is pretty useful

(offer - not sure on price) Crest Audio Fuzz Face reissue: http://i55.tinypic.com/258rsyd.jpg

http://i52.tinypic.com/2yye7pf.jpg

Boss TU-2 tuner:
#29
MT-2 Sold, still have:


(£75) BYOC Fuzz Face(built by me): http://i51.tinypic.com/x1gf1i.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
True bypass
Internal bias trim pot to change the tone
NOS components - carbon comp resistors + ac127 transistors.
More pedalboard friendly than the dunlop version

(£70) BYOC Orange Distortion (built by me): http://i52.tinypic.com/2z4y5p3.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
DS-1 clone with IC used in the 80's DS-1 pedals
Modded for less shrill highs
LED clipping to get middy distortion (similar sound to the MI Audio Crunchbox)

(offer - not sure on price) Crest Audio Fuzz Face reissue: http://i55.tinypic.com/258rsyd.jpg

http://i52.tinypic.com/2yye7pf.jpg

(£40) Boss TU-2 tuner: http://i54.tinypic.com/24zwrp4.jpg
#30
interested in the tuner, got £17 in my paypal account at the moment but selling some stuff so will have the money shortly... could you hold it for a bit?
Belief is a beautiful armour but makes for the heaviest sword.
#40
Still have these up for grabs:


(£75) BYOC Fuzz Face(built by me): http://i51.tinypic.com/x1gf1i.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
True bypass
Internal bias trim pot to change the tone
NOS components - carbon comp resistors + ac127 transistors.
More pedalboard friendly than the dunlop version

(£70) BYOC Orange Distortion (built by me): http://i52.tinypic.com/2z4y5p3.jpg

Features:
Standard Boss DC jack
DS-1 clone with IC used in the 80's DS-1 pedals
Modded for less shrill highs
LED clipping to get middy distortion (similar sound to the MI Audio Crunchbox)

(offer - not sure on price) Crest Audio Fuzz Face reissue: http://i55.tinypic.com/258rsyd.jpg

http://i52.tinypic.com/2yye7pf.jpg

(£40) Boss TU-2 tuner: http://i54.tinypic.com/24zwrp4.jpg