BOSS TU-3 Chromatic Tuner Pedal – NEW $99.99

New Boss TU-3 chromatic tuner pedal. Stompbox-style guitar tuner pedal 21-segment LED meter with brightness control High-brightness mode enhances meter visibility outdoors Accu-Pitch sign function provides visual verification when tuning is complete Chromatic and Guitar/Bass mode (tune by string number, with support for 7-string guitars and 6-string basses) Flat tuning is supported with Guitar Flat

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Electro-harmonix Hot Wax – NEW $119

New Electro-harmonix HOT WAX overdrive. -Combines the Crayon full range overdrive and the Hot Tubes, a reissue of the classic 1970s CMOS overdrive. -Use the Crayon or Hot Tubes alone or stack them with the Crayon driving the Hot Tubes -Sounds great on guitar and bass -Blend control lets you blend in your dry signal

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BOSS RC-1 Loop Station – NEW $99.99

New BOSS RC-1 Loop Station. Straightforward and easy to operate Newly designed loop indicator displays the current loop mode (Rec/Overdub/Play) Runs on a single 9-volt alkaline battery (approximately 4.5 hours of battery life) Can be used with an optional AC adaptor (PSA series: sold separately) 12 minutes of stereo recording time Stereo inputs and outputs

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Electro-harmonix 720 stereo looper – NEW $139

New EHX 720 stereo looper. – Extra-long 12 minutes of stereo recording time – 10 independent loops – Undo-Redo, Reverse and ½ Speed Effects at the touch of a button – High-quality, uncompressed audio, 24-bit A/D/A converters plus 44.1kHz sample rate – Stereo in/out for enhanced usability… record two instruments at once – Foot controller

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BOSS RC-3 Loop Station – NEW $179.99

New Boss RC-3 Loop Station.  Easy to use, high-quality looping/recording pedal for guitar and bass. Three hours of onboard recording time Aux in jack which can be looped as well True stereo I/O 99 memory slots to record your loops USB 2.0 port for swapping/managing files to your computer Built in rhythms including real audio

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76 Maestro Fuzz – $225

This Maestro MFZ Fuzz pedal is from the Norlin/Gibson era in the mid-70s. Designed by Bob Moog it uses an op-amp circuit instead of germanium or silicon transistors. It seems to keep your low-end response of your guitar and therefore could be great for bass players too. Killer. SOLD!

Late 70s Crybaby Wah – $125

Late 70s Crybaby wah pedal. Vintage fun. Sounds amazing. Thomas Organ Co. build. California – late 70s VOX.  It sounds amazing. Smooth and buttery. Cosmetically rough. Chips and dings. Replaced feet, etc. Tested and working well. Price reflected.