#1

(Mini pedal shown for size)
Picked this big boy up in a trade, it works! I wasn't expecting the functions though, that was a sweet bonus cause it has stereo ins and outs, which is so useful to my setup that it completely negates the massive size of the pedal when combined with the fact I think it looks cool.

It rocks nice and smooth and holds its place well, has a knob to conrol the sensitivity of the sweep and...uh...controls the volume!

If you're in the market for a volume pedal, good luck finding one of these. But they work and they look kinda cool for a volume pedal.
Fender Mustang/Derfenstein DST> Boss Power Wah> Pedal Monsters Klone> Bogner Uberschall> Walrus Audio Janus> Randall RM20> Line 6 M9> Randall RM20
#2
Nice

LOL at the mooer next to it
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#3
Yay! I didn't go O-for! Lol. Thanks Dave! It is huge. My pedalboard is ~40"x20" and it's a good thing cause this and my DL4 take up frickin' half of it.
Fender Mustang/Derfenstein DST> Boss Power Wah> Pedal Monsters Klone> Bogner Uberschall> Walrus Audio Janus> Randall RM20> Line 6 M9> Randall RM20