phil_anderson Posted August 4, 2011 Report Share Posted August 4, 2011 DigiTech Tone Overdrive X-Series, with what's called a Morph dial which lets you vary the amount of overdrive from " an edgy mid boost through a warm overdrive to the maximum classic overdrive with extra gain" there is also the usual Level, Tone and Gain dials. It's boxed as new, with all the instructions etc. 40DigiTech Compressor/Sustainer X-Series, the invisible pedal I've heard it called but this one does make it's presence felt and heard, it has Level, Attack and EQ dials plus a Sustain knob which when turned past 12 o'clock pushes the input of the amplifier harder and that gives a very good distortion.It's boxed as new, with all the instructions etc. 40Ibanez PM7 Phase Modulator, hardly used still boxed with receipt, a little bit adds gentle Phase/Chorus a lot lets you play under the seas of Jupiter...It's boxed as new, with all the instructions etc. 25Line 6 (Tone Core) Echo Park Delay, I know a lot of people don't like Line 6 and for echo would rather have an old Watkins Copy Cat with bits of tape flying around the room, but this pedal is quite simply amazing the amount of control and variation of sound will take weeks to master.It's boxed as new, with all the instructions etc. 50Line 6 Tone Core Space Chorus, has the usual Speed and Depth dials and a switch which lets you move between Chorus, Tri and Vibrato, there is also a Colour dial which lets you choose between Vintage, Blue and Euro which adjusts the sounds from old analogue through classic Blues and onto a more modern industrial sound.It's boxed as new, with all the instructions etc. 50VOX Wah-Wah, boxed and cased 30 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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