Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

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Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

Post by garrettendi »

What ho, chaps! I recall a member on these forums gifting me with a free pedal power supply, and I'm pretty sure someone else in the forums gave me a freebie at some point as well though I forget what! So, what goes around comes around!

I have a NUX Plexi Crunch to give away. I bought it hoping for a 60's Plexi tone, but it sounds like a modded JCM800. It's also a bit on the fuzzy side. Either way, my Marshal GV-2 and Biyang Metal End combined do a better job of the Marshall sound, so there's no point in keeping it.

I also have a somewhat broken Fuzz Face clone pedal, built into a tobacco tin. It's battery power only, hand built but the knobs are broken so they don't start and end at the right point. I have no idea if the pedal still works as I replaced it with the same pedal but with a PSU input, so again - there's no point in keeping it. If you're willing to take a look and fix it, it's a good sounding pedal! Fair warning, it's covered in My Little Pony stickers and sharpie pen!

I don't want any money for these, as I said, what goes around comes around and you guys on these forums have been solid to me over the years.

I can try and send them to whoever wants them, but it'll have to be UK only so I don't lose out on too much cash!

So... who wants 'em?
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Re: Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

Post by Martin Walker »

Moved to self-promotion forum so that this generous offer can only be used by regular forum users (one newcomer actually joined the forum just to ask for this freebie from garrettendi, which didn't seem fair ;) )
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Re: Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

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Thanks Martin I want this to go to a regular member not just someone trawling the web for free pedals
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Re: Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

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I just logged out and I can still access this post? Is this definitely only visible to members?
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Re: Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

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garrettendi wrote: Tue Jul 05, 2022 7:00 pm I just logged out and I can still access this post? Is this definitely only visible to members?

The most important aspect is that only existing forum members with at least 100 posts to their name can post in this forum, so only regulars can apply ;)
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Re: Getting rid of two guitar pedals!

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Then in that case I will ignore all unsolicited PMs related to this!
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