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For Sale Digitech Freqout, Ibanez WH10v2 (Frusciante wah)

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bad alice

Easily distracted and...OHLOOKAGUITAR!!!
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Needing cash for other guitar related things so these are on the block...

1. Digitech Freqout. A pedal that gives you entirely controllable harmonically rich feedback at the pitch and intensity of your choosing? Yes. Hell YES.
Here’s Pete Thorn throwing money the screen after trying one of these if you need any more persuading.



I’m only selling this as I need cash for something else right now but I have zero doubts I’ll be picking up another one of these at a later date. It’s the “Evening WEMBLEY!” pedal we all need in our lives. Fact.


£75
(inc UK mainland postage) *NO TRADES* ***SOLD***
2. Ibanez WH10v2:

A brilliant and incredibly vocal sounding wah pedal - as used by John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers - that offers a volume boost as well as options for guitar or bass...or you can use that as more ways to change the tone of the wah.

This version can be powered by batteries or a 9v PSU (not supplied) and comes in a metal casing not a plastic one so it’s as solid as a tank. It also features a cool removable block (see last pic) to alter how easy/hard it is to switch on and off dependent on your leg stomping strength!

It’s in great nick but does not come with a box.


£75 (inc UK Mainland postage) *NO TRADES*

Payment via PayPal Goods or bank transfer only and sorry folks, I’ll only mail to the EU.
PM to discuss postage stuff.

:)
 
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Sustainerplayer

On the edge of breakup
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Sorry to interrupt. But bear in mind that the Digitech pedal division is no more and the FreqOut (and their other pedals) soon won't be available as new anymore.

I think it will be one of those pedals people hold on to as it is quiet unique - so maybe the used market will be sparse?

Anyway I hope you get your gear situation sorted out @bad_alice - well I know you always do. :)
 

bad alice

Easily distracted and...OHLOOKAGUITAR!!!
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Sorry to interrupt. But bear in mind that the Digitech pedal division is no more and the FreqOut (and their other pedals) soon won't be available as new anymore.

I think it will be one of those pedals people hold on to as it is quiet unique - so maybe the used market will be sparse?

Anyway I hope you get your gear situation sorted out @bad_alice - well I know you always do. :)
I was talking with a friend about this #Digitech just yesterday! :facepalm:
And yep, you’re spot on @Sustainerplayer the Freqout and others - the Obscura, Polara and Drop all immediately spring to mind - will definitely become sought after as they become harder to find and only available second hand.
The Freqout is a wicked pedal and so much fun for screaming feedback during a solo...but it’s definitely a “bonus” pedal for me and not one I really “need” for any particular song in our set.
There’s something incoming that will most definitely play a core role in my rig
So in that respect this feels like the smart move
For now anyway...
:)
 

bad alice

Easily distracted and...OHLOOKAGUITAR!!!
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Suzy I know I've asked already but I forgot and I can't be bothered to find my way back through my all posts. Why are you selling everything all the time? Your worst than sparrowblade for gear turnover at the moment ;);)
That’s a good question cuz yep, I go through a LOT of gear.
The short answer is...I really enjoy the whole buying/selling and trading process!
I think part of that is geography; I live in a small town not far from Glasgow and our local FB page has led me to meeting some terrific folk and making new friends as a consequence. In Helensburgh alone, there’s now a wee group of 4 of us - all in our 40s/50s who all played in bands when we were younger and we’re all now able to buy the guitars we wished we could’ve then! We have a Messenger group, pop round to each other’s all the time to jam, celebrate NGDs and we loan each other gear all the time too (I had a luscious Gibson Custom Shop LP Standard at mine for a week a month ago as one of the guys was going on holiday and suggested I hang onto it while he was abroad) as well as talk about GAS and the share info/YT/links about the bands who influence us and our icons etc etc - it’s a wonderful part of my life and something I never expected to have.
The other side of it is that I know gear prices etc well enough to buy something out of curiosity, have it at home for a while - a completely different experience from trying something in a shop - and then part with it when something else that tickles my fancy comes along and I’ve been extremely fortunate in that, if memory serves, I don’t think I’ve lost cash doing this...so far anyway! I have a self imposed one-in-one-out rule in place now and that does mean I’m getting short of options on the guitar front as I can’t see any of my 3 Strats or my Casino going anywhere. And SG is defo here for a while too. But who knows what the future brings? *rubs hands and grins*:)
The last part of the picture is that, as you know, I love modding guitars or getting them refinished. For me a guitar project that lasts a few months is a few months of having that to *escape* to in my head if I’m stressed out at work or life stuff is being difficult, so as @Chu adroitly observed a while ago, in this respect the journey of a guitar mod is definitely as important as the destination. And sometimes more so!
<reads back what’s she’s written>
So much for the short version:D
Let me try again;
In short, there is no anxiety, financial problems or anything even remotely bad behind my gear turnover
I love it. And long may it continue...
:)
 
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Sustainerplayer

On the edge of breakup
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That’s a good question cuz yep, I go through a LOT of gear.
The short answer is...I really enjoy the whole buying/selling and trading process!
I think part of that is geography; I live in a small town not far from Glasgow and our local FB page has led me to meeting some terrific folk and making new friends as a consequence. In Helensburgh alone, there’s now a wee group of 4 of us - all in our 40s/50s who all played in bands when we were younger and we’re all now able to buy the guitars we wished we could’ve then! We have a Messenger group, pop round to each other’s all the time to jam, celebrate NGDs and we loan each other gear all the time too (I had a luscious Gibson Custom Shop LP Standard at mine for a week a month ago as one of the guys was going on holiday and suggested I hang onto it while he was abroad) as well as talk about GAS and the share info/YT/links about the bands who influence us and our icons etc etc - it’s a wonderful part of my life and something I never expected to have.
The other side of it is that I know gear prices etc well enough to buy something out of curiosity, have it at home for a while - a completely different experience from trying something in a shop - and then part with it when something else that tickles my fancy comes along and I’ve been extremely fortunate in that, if memory serves, I don’t think I’ve lost cash doing this...so far anyway! I have a self imposed one-in-one-out rule in place now and that does mean I’m getting short of options on the guitar front as I can’t see any of my 3 Strats or my Casino going anywhere. And SG is defo here for a while too. But who knows what the future brings? *rubs hands and grins*:)
The last part of the picture is that, as you know, I love modding guitars or getting them refinished. For me a guitar project that lasts a few months is a few months of having that to *escape* to in my head if I’m stressed out at work or life stuff is being difficult, so as @Chu adroitly observed a while ago, in this respect the journey of a guitar mod is definitely as important as the destination. And sometimes more so!
<reads back what’s she’s written>
So much for the short version:D
Let me try again;
In short, there is no anxiety, financial problems or anything even remotely bad behind my gear turnover
I love it. And long may it continue...
:)
I like this explanation: Gear is a journey - not a destination.
 

hendrixisgod

Argumentative Bastard
#10
That’s a good question cuz yep, I go through a LOT of gear.
The short answer is...I really enjoy the whole buying/selling and trading process!
I think part of that is geography; I live in a small town not far from Glasgow and our local FB page has led me to meeting some terrific folk and making new friends as a consequence. In Helensburgh alone, there’s now a wee group of 4 of us - all in our 40s/50s who all played in bands when we were younger and we’re all now able to buy the guitars we wished we could’ve then! We have a Messenger group, pop round to each other’s all the time to jam, celebrate NGDs and we loan each other gear all the time too (I had a luscious Gibson Custom Shop LP Standard at mine for a week a month ago as one of the guys was going on holiday and suggested I hang onto it while he was abroad) as well as talk about GAS and the share info/YT/links about the bands who influence us and our icons etc etc - it’s a wonderful part of my life and something I never expected to have.
The other side of it is that I know gear prices etc well enough to buy something out of curiosity, have it at home for a while - a completely different experience from trying something in a shop - and then part with it when something else that tickles my fancy comes along and I’ve been extremely fortunate in that, if memory serves, I don’t think I’ve lost cash doing this...so far anyway! I have a self imposed one-in-one-out rule in place now and that does mean I’m getting short of options on the guitar front as I can’t see any of my 3 Strats or my Casino going anywhere. And SG is defo here for a while too. But who knows what the future brings? *rubs hands and grins*:)
The last part of the picture is that, as you know, I love modding guitars or getting them refinished. For me a guitar project that lasts a few months is a few months of having that to *escape* to in my head if I’m stressed out at work or life stuff is being difficult, so as @Chu adroitly observed a while ago, in this respect the journey of a guitar mod is definitely as important as the destination. And sometimes more so!
<reads back what’s she’s written>
So much for the short version:D
Let me try again;
In short, there is no anxiety, financial problems or anything even remotely bad behind my gear turnover
I love it. And long may it continue...
:)

BTW my comment wasn't a critic I was just wondering, I mean I bought a great axe off of you which you've bought another version of. just love the gear!!
 

bad alice

Easily distracted and...OHLOOKAGUITAR!!!
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BTW my comment wasn't a critic I was just wondering, I mean I bought a great axe off of you which you've bought another version of. just love the gear!!
Please don’t worry @hendrixisgod
I didn’t take it as a criticism at all!
Feels good to explain the rational behind my gear purchases/sales.
Hmmm...
Maybe we should have a thread for other folk to describe theirs?
:)
 
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