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$119.00

DiMarzio Pickup Set

Includes Area 58 neck, Area 57 middle, and Area 61 bridge pickups. EC.

Condition: Used

 
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$29.00

Celestion G12-412 AVT

50 Watts at 8 ohms, EC.

Condition: Used

 
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$129.00

Keeley White Sands – Luxe Drive

Inspired by the faintest rounding of your tone when you start to push a tube, this is Keeley’s low gain drive solution.  The Keeley White Sands pedal uses asymmetrical clipping that clips or distorts half of the guitar signal more than the other half. With this type of clipping you simulate some of the characteristics of a tube amplifier.  It’s also in the clipping stage that we keep the bass response tight by making sure bass frequencies don’t get muddy when they are distorted.  What you get is pure Rock’n’Roll with the Keeley White Sands. With Velcro, EC.

Condition: Used

 

$39.00

DiMarzio PAF 36th Anniversary Humbucker

The DiMarzio DP223 PAF 39bridge position humbucker pickup uses new technology to duplicate the qualities of vintage electric guitar pickups--without sacrificing the presence and open sound of the best vintage humbuckers. This 36th anniversary PAF bridge pickup is a hotter version of the PAF. EC.

Condition: Used

 

$495.00

Hammond C2 Organ 50′s

Local Pickup Only!

Condition: Used

 

$59.00

Celestion G12K-85

12", 8 Ohms, EC-.

Condition: Used

 

$39.00

Eminence Red Coat Series, Stonehenge

8 Ohms, EC.

Condition: Used

 

$49.00

Celestion “Egnater Elite 80″ 12″ speaker

80 Watts at 16 ohms. EC.

Condition: Used

 

$195.00

Electro Voice Electro Voice Black Shadow Speaker

Handles 200 watts at 8 ohms. With box, EC.

Condition: Used

 

$195.00

Electro Voice EVM12L

The Electro-Voice EVM12L Classic loudspeaker has been frequently referred to as "the world's greatest guitar speaker." Whether or not such a monumental question can ever be settled, there's no question that the EVM12L loudspeaker has been much beloved and extremely popular, ever since it was released in 1983. It's a 12-inch transducer with a 2-inch cone and a hefty 16 pound magnet. It runs with an 8 ohm nominal impedance, and is ready to move serious air with 200 watts of power handling. EC-.

Condition: Used

 

$59.00

Boss LS-2 Line Selector

The Boss LS-2 Line Selector/Power Supply makes it easy to switch settings among several effects and to route input and output signals. 2 line loops and 6 looping modes provide a wide variety of applications. Used with an AC adapter, the LS-2 can supply 9V DC power to several Boss compact pedals. An ideal supply and switching unit for multiple effects setups. EC.

Condition: Used

 

$295.00

Ibanez UE400 Multi Effects Pedal

With Footswitch, VG+.

Condition: Used

 

$49.00

Mod Kits DIY The Persuader Tube Drive

Vacuum tube pre-amp pedal kit based on 12AX7.  EC

Condition: Used

 

$150.00

Hughes and Kettner Tube Factor

By feeding sufficient juice (upwards of 300V) to its tube-based tone circuitry, this pedal gives you the real thing: a warm tube clean sound and a blistering, saturated-tube lead sound. Both are available at the press of a switch. The Tube Factor is the key to getting the hottest lead sounds from vintage amps and genuine tube tone from solid state combos. In effect, it expands any amp with an additional channel. With box and power supply, EC+.

Condition: Used

 

$135.00

Alesis Alesis SR-18 Drum Machine

From Alesis' Website: "Alesis knows drums. Our SR-16 has dominated the drum machine market since 1990 and continues to be in demand today. The next-generation SR18 is loaded with cutting-edge drumsets, electronic drums, one-shot hits, and modern percussion sounds for any cutting-edge musician’s performances and compositions. From hip-hop to country and everything in between, SR18 nails it on the first take. SR18 has an effects engine with Alesis reverb, EQ, and compression so you can output recording or performance-ready sounds. Alesis' exclusive Dynamic Articulation™ technology modifies sample sounds so they change as you play them. This results in sounds that respond accurately not only to dynamic changes, but also with the appropriate timbral and color changes you'd expect from their acoustic counterparts. You can plug in an instrument, such as a guitar, and play along for setup simplicity. You can play in bass parts using the pads on SR18 or connect a MIDI keyboard for fast, musical low end. SR18 can be powered by AC or batteries, so whenever or wherever you need to lay down a groove, you’re ready to roll. It’s time for you to step up to the next Alesis drum machine."

Manual, Box, and Power source Included EC - ON HOLD

Condition: Used

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$199.97

Wampler Velvet Fuzz

From Wampler's Website: Looking back through history, there have been some truly outstanding fuzz tones. In particular, the tones achieved by running a fuzz into a screaming stack. The kind of tones that are just earth shattering in their depth, aggression and smoothness. Brian Wampler, who's always looking for the best tones to capture, decided the chase was on. Taking the base tones from a very famous pedal and the characteristics of a famous stacked, EL34 driven, amp - decided it was about time those tones were brought together in pedal format. If you are a fan of the tones of the players like David Gilmour or Eric Johnson, then it could be that the Velvet Fuzz is the pedal you are looking for. The key to the tone of the Velvet is the voicing switch. In the “big” position, the pedal reacts like a classic fuzz. Loads of internal compression and truly massive tones it really is that “tone” from that “era”. Dropping the volume back cleans it up perfectly so your rhythm can remain clear enough and then your solo's will flatten all those who dare to stand before you. In the “tight” position, the tone comes in and you get the feeling you have swapped amps as well, those mammoth tones but without the compression and other traits that many fuzz players love... Yes, that's right. If you love the tone of Fuzz but not the reaction of it, this is the setting on the pedal that is for you.

Condition: New

 

$199.97

Wampler PlexiDrive

From Wampler's Website: Since the early 60’s, Marshall Amplifiers® have lead the way in rock tones with its legendary tight overdrive and coveted bass response. Early rock legends such as: Jimi HendrixLed ZeppelinCream, and AC/DC helped lead the way in creating some of the most iconic rock tones ever produced and catapulted Marshall Amplifiers ® into rock legendary status. With these huge influential musicians and tones in mind, Brian Wampler sat down and designed a pedal that could help him produce the same guitar tones of some of his rock heroes – without costing him an arm and a leg by shelling out the money for a vintage Marshall® stack. Enter the Plexi-Drive. The Plexi-Drive’s unique gain structure is capable of running the tonal rock gamut! From bluesy style 18-watt Marshall tones to the all out massive rock tones of a JTM-45® cranked to ten (or 11), the Plexi-Drive can handle it all with ease. With the bass boost option, you can emulate the feeling of the low-end thump of a 4x12” cabinet (or two) at the flick of a switch. The bass boost will allow you to dial in your low end at lower volume gigs or at bedroom volume levels. To this day, the Plexi-drive is still one Brian’s favorite pedals and never leaves his personal pedal board. For a man who is said to be never satisfied with his tone, the Plexi-Drive has stayed with him throughout and is still inspiring him gig after gig. Your search for the perfect M.I.A.B. (Marshall® in a Box) can finally be over. The Plexi-Drive will give you the crunch, response, and feeling that your rig begs for. Whether you are playing sold out shows or rocking out by yourself – the Plexi-Drive will inspire you to create your own flavor of rock!

Condition: New

 

$199.97

Wampler Pinnacle Distortion

From Wampler's Website: Zeke Clark, Edward Van Halen's longtime renowned guitar tech played through a pinnacle and this is what he had to say: “I've played tons of pedals that promised that “Brown Sound”... this pedal NAILS it better than anything I've ever heard or played.” -Zeke Clark, former tech for Eddie Van Halen Sometimes you need extreme gain, sometimes you need mild overdrive...this pedal does that with an awesome “Brown Sound”! It has an extremely tweakable EQ - from scooped mids to tons of warm mids, all with the turn of 2 knobs. This pedal has 4 knobs -- two separate tone controls that act as a sort of parametric EQ, gain and volume. It also has a 'bright' switch that adds a ton of variety and is very handy when playing a dark sounding amp, as well as another toggle switch that will give you high gain “Brown Sound” tones.

Condition: New

 

$239.97

Wampler Lattitude Tremolo Deluxe

From Wampler's Website "From the sweet shimmering tremolo of yesteryear to helicopter choppiness of today, the tremolo has been a staple for guitar effects. With one foot in sweet vintage tremolo tones and one foot in more modern helicopter chops, the Wampler Latitude Tremolo Deluxe offers the best of both worlds. Finally there is a Tremolo with all the bells and whistles. This tremolo pedal was designed for the player that wants a plethora of tremolo options underfoot. The Latitude utilizes digital technology to control a completely analog guitar signal path; bringing you the best of both worlds. With its tap tempo controls and multiple time divisions – the Latitude is easy to sync with whatever song you are playing. Have a drummer whose time keeping is a little off? The tap tempo control will regulate your tremolo speed on the fly. The Latitude Deluxe offers players the choice of four divided sub-divisions: Quarter notes, eighth notes, dotted eighth notes, and triplets. With your choice of 3 waves forms (Peak, Sine, and Square) you can keep your tremolo classy or get it as nasty as you want. Thanks to the volume control option, your tremolo effect won’t get lost in the mix. The Latitude also features the Wampler standard true by-pass so your guitar’s natural tone won’t be affected when your pedal is not engaged."

Condition: New

 

$219.97

Wampler Faux Tape Echo

From Wampler's Website: "The Faux Tape Echo delay has become a staple in Nashville and beyond, from masterful session guitarists to studio "house sound" collections and of course seen on stages worldwide! Based around very carefully selected and very rigorously tested PT2399 delay chips, the Faux AnalogEcho and Faux Tape Echo circuits allowed Brian to combine the note clarity of a sophisticated digital delay with an all-analog dry path (unaffected signal) and magnificent all-analog tone-shaping and modulation circuitry. With our hybrid design approach, you get the best of both worlds. You get note clarity, lower noise, and longer delay times from digital delays. You get the lovely warmth and little, exquisite touches that are usually reserved for analog delays. Nearly every part of the pedal, all of its major functions, are analog. The "delay line" is the only digital part of the signal path. It alone being digital brings clarity and focus to the task in a way that analog delay line chips can't really match. But everything else, all the absolutely vital filtering to carefully finish the sound is pure analog. Every aspect of the modulation that gives the Faux Tape Echo pedal a unique function and tone and makes it desirable for people who want their delay tone to sound as good as tape delay units but without all the maintenance, supplies, and hassle? Totally analog. Your all-important fundamental dry tone is 100% analog, too. So when we say it's the best of both worlds, we absolutely mean it. From country slap-back to ambient washes to straight-ahead rock and metal delay, the hybrid approach lets Brian make one pedal that can do it all. The Faux Tape Echo takes everything great about the original, and adds to it that much-requested tap tempo functionality that users have been asking for, as well as Brian's new idea in emulating the elusive and beautiful character that people look for in classic tape echo units. The time has come to unveil the Faux Tape Echo that everyone has been waiting for – and we've all worked hard to make sure you're going to love it!"

Condition: New

 

$229.97

Wampler Faux Spring Reverb

The great thing about the Faux Spring Reverb is that it retains the Analog base tone, doesn't send your signal through digital/analog converters and back again (wrecking your tone completely) allowing you to be as springy as you like without your sound becoming lifeless, dull and... well, bad. With the tone control, you can control your sound completely and have your reverb be as bright as day, or dark as night... As lively and bright as a small hall, or as deep as the biggest cathedrals.

Condition: New

 

$199.97

Wampler Faux Analog Echo

From Wampler's Website: "Whether you choose a long drawn out delay time, a short slap back, or just enough delay and echo to fatten up your rhythm section – a great delay pedal can take your guitar playing to the next level.  The Wampler Faux Analog Echo is a pure sounding, straight ahead delay pedal that will allow your tone to remain intact note after note – without coloration. For this reason, the Faux Analog Echo has found its way on to the boards of countless musicians. From the weekend warrior to country playing greats like Brad Paisley and Brent Mason – the Faux Analog Echo will be your go to delay pedal night after night.  The Faux Analog Echo is based around the industry leading pt2399 chip. The industry standard for delay pedals. We treat the signal path in such a way that the dry path and the core signal are completely unaltered, we only use the chip to make a digital replication. Simply put, your tone remains pure and intact, without thin and brittle sounding repeats. With the addition of a tone knob, you can incorporate a little sparkle for digital crispness, or take it all the way out for a more natural and organic tone."

Condition: New

 

$199.97

Wampler Euphoria Overdrive

From Wampler's Website: "When Brian created the circuit that would eventually become the Euphoria, he was working on creating a pedal that would go from clean tones to distorted tones while adding a bit of warmth. He wanted something for himself that would be dynamic, have a great sounding “gritty” tone to it yet be able to respond to the volume knob like a tube amp. Everything about Brian is in the dynamics of sound and if a pedal can't work with him dynamically, then he just can't use it. The Euphoria is his take on that elusive tone and feel made famous by "D style Amplifiers" - smooth creaminess yet crunchy when you need it to be, yet the tonality is much more transparent than other “D sounding" pedals. Very responsive tone controls that interact with the pedal - they don't just “color” the sound. The controls actually affect the response and feel of the pedal, just like a great tube amp. If you love the sound of your clean tone, and just wish you could have more “hair” on the note... a little bit of grit without any change in tonality, the Euphoria will do that with ease. PLUS it's extremely flexible... with the toggle switch in the down position you'll get a hint of fuzz along with the overdrive, it's reminiscent of the tones that "Eric Johnson" may use. With the toggle in the up position the tonality is super smooth, creamy yet crunchy when you dig into the strings. This is reminiscent to the famous “D style” tone, though it's really much, much more than that. In the center position, the toggle will give you tons of crunch, or roll the gain back a bit and push the volume up and you have a superior clean boost with a 2 band EQ that's extremely transparent, but variable so you can actually turn it into an awesome treble booster just by cranking up the treble and turning the bass down."

Condition: New

 

$199.97

Wampler Wampler Ego Compressor

From Wampler's Website: From silky smooth sustain to full out country chicken-picken territory, the Wampler Ego Compressor is the most versatile compressor pedal on the market. A great tube amp when driven into its sweet spot will naturally compress. Many budget compressors give you the squash and squeeze of a driven amp, but more often than not you tend to lose most of your playing dynamics and expression. The Ego Compressor will give that element of squash and squeeze, but will also allow you to be able to control the effect so that your playing can shine through with that great feel. One of the ways the Ego Compressor lets you have control over your tonal clarity is by the use of the “Blend” knob. The “Blend” knob is a dry mix, which sweeps between a fully effected signal to zero effect across the sweep of the pot. Your unaffected signal can be added back into your overall output. As little or as much as you want, the choice is yours.

Condition: New

 

$254.97

Wampler Tom Quayle’s Dual Fusion

From Wampler's Website: When we first met Tom in early 2012, he was already using our Euphoria and Paisley Drive stacked together to give him the tones he required. But something wasn’t quite right; those pedals are voiced for other genres of music altogether so we set about honing the tones to match his style of playing. He needed more transparency, a tighter and controlled response on the bass end and when stacked up they needed to sound and feel like an amp running at high levels and give each string complete clarity and response.
Over a year later, we have the Dual Fusion. With two independent circuits that are based, but are completely modified, on the Euphoria and Paisley Drive.

Condition: New

 

   

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