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Have a couple of pedals I'm looking to sell. Both in working condition, a bit dusty because they haven't been used in a while, but after a quick clean they'll look good.
Haven't been gigged, they've only been used for home practice.

£15 + shipping in the UK for each, or nearest offer. Also, feel free to make an offer for both if you're interested. Will ship worldwide if there are any takers.

PM for photos.

Cheers for looking.
This is an extremely rare 1970's Sound City 1x12 guitar speaker cabinet. Looking for £80 for this.

The cabinet is in working condition, and considering the age, the exterior of the amp is in decent. The Tolex is coming loose very slightly on the back of the amp, but could be glued back on easily enough.

I believe the cabinet has the original 1 x 12" Eminence speaker inside, but without knowing much re speakers, don't quote me on it. The speaker sounds great for either microphone or guitar. Cabinet feels solid, well made, and as a result of the weight, we are looking for cash and collection in person. May be able to meet in person in Glasgow city centre or the surrounding area.

Feel free to have a look at our other listings, including one 1970's HH MA100 PA Amplifier Head and a matching HH 1970's Power Amplifier Head, both of which we've used in the past alongside this speaker. We would be prepared to sell multiple items for a discounted price, so feel free to make an offer.

Thanks for your time.
For sale here is a 1970's HH Power Amplifier Head, in working condition and decent used exterior condition. Looking for £40 for this. PM me for photos

I don't have an awful lot to say about the head, and have struggled to find much online. It's HH so its well made, and has been used to power guitars and microphones in the past. It measures 67CM LONG X 29CM WIDE X 12CM HIGH.

We are looking for cash and collection in person, but may be able to meet in person in Glasgow city centre or the surrounding area.

Feel free to have a look at our other listings, including one matching 1970's HH MA100 PA Amplifier Head and one 1970's 1x12 Sound City Club cabinet, which we've used in the past alongside both heads. We would be prepared to sell multiple items for a discounted price, so feel free to make an offer.

Thanks for your time.
For sale here is one 1970's HH MA100 Solid State PA Amplifier Head. Looking for £60 for this. PM me for photos

Rated at 100 watts into 4 Ohms, although speakers with a combined impedance of up to 16 ohms can be connected to it.
5 channels with 2 inputs on each channel. Please note that only some of these inputs and channels currently work. I have no access to leads by which to check which function and which do not, but those who know what they're doing should be able to repair all of these inputs. Some inputs function perfectly, while some do not work at all.

Each Channel has:-

2 standard jack socket inputs (Hi & Lo)
Volume control
Bass control
Treble control
Reverb on/off push switch
Please Note: Reverb needs to be repaired, not currently working across all inputs. The reverb is installed across all five channels (using on/off push switch), together with master control knob for reverb level, which can be controlled by a footswitch.

There is also master volume and master presence control knobs on the right hand side of the front panel.

The Perspex front panel is marked and cracked in spots. Some control knobs are also cracked. Lights still turns functions when turned on.

On the rear panel there are jack sockets for ‘Echo Send’ and ‘Echo Return’ to connect external echo or other effect units, plus a Slave output socket to connect to another amplifier and boost the volume, an Auxiliary output for linking to a mixing desk and a jack socket to accept a single footswitch (not included) to control the On/Off reverb.

The ABS side plastic handles and both top and bottom panels are in decent condition considering the age. However, the amp has been used over the past few decades, and this shows.

Amplifier has been used in the past for both guitar and microphone, and sounds good with either.

Would rather cash and collection in person from the address above, but would be prepared to meet in Glasgow city centre and the surrounding area if necessary.

Feel free to have a look at our other listings, including one matching 1970's HH Power Amplifier Head and one 1970's 1x12 Sound City Club cabinet, which we've used in the past alongside both heads. We would be prepared to sell multiple items for a discounted price.

Thanks for your time.
Cheers man. Just send a PM my way if you manage to sell your Tonezone.
bump. still available
It is a pretty versatile pedal!

Near Glasgow, so I guess I'd have to post it down to you.

I should've said earlier, but I'm sure I have the Instruction Manual, and would look it out before I sold it.

If you're interested, feel free to send me a PM.

Cheers.
I'm looking to sell this solely cause I'm pretty skint at the moment.

If you're looking at this you probably know all about the pedal already. Often called a 'Klon killer', it can go from a very effective clean boost to a great sounding overdrive. It's in pretty good condition, has been gigged a couple of times, and functions perfectly.

I'm looking for £50+shipping, but feel free to make an offer. I'll post anywhere. Not seen one of these on eBay for a while, so they're definitely getting pretty rare.

Here's a pic of the pedal in question:


And here's a good video demo too:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzWtT_H6Fso

Cheers for your time.
Jazzmaster is now sold. Dano still up for grabs.
Major bump from the past! I'll put up more pics if interested of course, and would consider any offers. Cheers
Jazzmasters are wonderful looking guitars, there's no doubt about that! But yeah, it's getting late, I'd best get some sleep, and I'll give you a heads up on this thread (or a PM or email if there's anyway that suits you more easily) about pics ASAP; probably Friday.
It is a stunning looking guitar! I've played Fenders costing twice as much, but sound wise and paying wise I can't tell any difference! I haven't felt any need whatsoever to do any modding! And the colour scheme is very nice too.

I don't have access to a camera tonight, but by Friday I should be able to no bother.
As I say, the guitar is completely stock, VERY slight wear on the scratch plate from using my pick, but it's minimal, as you'll see when I get the pics up. Which I'll do ASAP, and let you know in this thread.

Bar that, I guess the best authority I can point you towards is the Fender/Squier page itself for specs! It's unchanged from when it was purchased only a few months previously. No routing been done, no marks in the finish, no hardware changes.
I can definitely get some pics up on the Jazz on Friday, but won't have a chance to before then. What details would you like to know? (PM me if it suits you more.)
Alrighty folks,

I'm selling both these guitars solely because of financial reasons! The Jazzmaster is stock, vintage white. The Dano is also stock, black and is part of the 2nd reissue phase (circa 2007).

They're both in brilliant, as new condition, and if there's any interest in either, I'll get pics and more details up soon. I've only owned both for a few months, haven't gigged either of them.

Prices:
Squier J Macsis Jazzmaster: There's really not much precedent to base their used value on, but I'd like £300 shipped; which is less than I've seen them sell for elsewhere in this condition.

Danelectro DC59: More of these have been sold on the used market, and given the condition of the guitar, I would be looking for £130 shipped.

I would ship outwith the UK if necessary, and would be open to offers of course (although it's unlikely I'd trade for anything else. But it is possible!)

So if you have any interest in these at all, feel free to ask.
Thanks for your time,
Boav
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Cheers in advance for your time.
Cheers Levi for that. Clears it up for me.

Quote by grohl1987
Series = the full, powerful humbucker tone
Parallel = much lower output and a much brighter tone

For Dimarzio pickups the normal way of wiring a humbucker is that the red wire goes to your 3-way switch, the green wire goes to ground and the black and white wires are soldered together and covered in tape. Putting the black and white wires together is what makes the coils of the pickup be wired 'series'. If there is a bare wire (silver), that will also go to ground along with the green wire.


Thanks that does help. However, I'm a complete fool with this and haven't actually looked at the insides of my guitar. Few really nooby questions:
What's the ground?
Do I just leave the black and white wires hanging?
Is the 3-way switch the 'hot connection' then?
There is a bare wire, so do I need to solder that together with the green?
Okay. I have never installed a pickup into a guitar, so I thought I'd ask for some advice here. I'm looking to put a Dimarzio SD in the bridge of my Vista Squier Jagmaster (2 Humbucker setup, 1 tone, 1 volume, 3 way toggle switch) and I've had a look at the wiring diagrams on Dimarzio's site but I'm still not sure.

I'm relatively competent with a soldering iron, so I'm sure I can do this on my own. Just need to know where each coloured cable goes and whatnot. What are the advantages of doing it in parallel, or in series? It's a 4 conductor pickup (I think).

Cheers
I undertand completely.

Still for sale.
I'm looking to sell this pickup. I'll get some pics up if any of you are interested.

It's a cream Dimarzio Super Distortion, Standard-spaced. Perfect working order, as new cosmetic condition, with original box. £50 shipped

I would consider offers for it, and would be willing to ship anywhere.

Thanks for your time,
Robert
I'm looking to sell this solely cause I'm pretty skint at the moment.

If you're looking at this you probably know all about the pedal already. Often called a 'Klon killer', it can go from a very effective clean boost to a great sounding overdrive. It's in pretty good condition, has been gigged a couple of times, and functions perfectly.

I'm looking for £50+shipping, but feel free to make an offer. I'll post anywhere. Not seen one of these on eBay for a while, so they're definitely getting pretty rare.

This is the best pic I've got:


Here's a good video demo though:


Cheers for your time.
I'm looking to sell this pickup. I'll get some pics up if any of you are interested.

It's a cream Dimarzio Super Distortion, Standard-spaced. Perfect working order, as new cosmetic condition, with original box. £50 shipped

I would consider offers for it, and would post it anywhere.

Thanks for your time,
Robert