Saturday, August 16, 2008

Tone Freq's E-Baywatch

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Tastier than a half-eaten Whopper on the floor of the Hoff’s bathroom floor it’s the first ever edition of Tone Freq’s E-BAYWATCH!


HOMEMADE PEDALBOARD

ARE YOU EFFIN’ KIDDING ME?

This guy wants to sell you his homemade pedal boards for $35 +$12 shipping. I think not. For a few more dollars pick up a Pedaltrain Mini or Gator Pedaltote along with a Visual Sound 1-Spot kit. Your pedals will thank you for the gig bag – PLUS you’ll look much cooler setting up for your gig!



BBE SOUL VIBE


HELL YEAH!

You’ve got plenty of time (19 days as I write this) to bid on this bad boy. The seller bought it and hardly used it. It’s currently going for CHEAP – including $10 shipping. A small price to pay for this rotary pedal – one to watch for sure!



BOSS DIMENTION C (DC-2) COMPACT PEDAL


COOL FIND!

Dimension C is an analog chorus pedal where you can choose from 4 presets. It is similar to the earlier rack mount effect, Roland SDD-320 Dimension D, but in a compact pedal format. It is quit rare and it's not uncommon to see it go for around $150 in the used pedal market. There isn't any way to adjust your sound other than to choose from one of the four presets. The users have never seen this as a problem as all 4 presets produce excellent sound. The DC-2 was sold from December 1985 to September 1989. The seller admits that it needs clean up BUT it “works great.” Let’s hope so – his feedback his 100% positive since he started in April of this year.



EASTWOOD WANDRE DLX


KILLER!

The Wandre is bad ass in black! Michael, the man behind My Rare Guitars, posted this B Stock due to some scratches in the finish where the neck meets the body and paint cracks at the neck joint. Thankfully he inserted some pictures of it on the listing. Personally I don’t mind the marks. They are hardly noticeable, besides nobody will see them on stage while you rock out!


I hope you enjoyed our little excursion. Remember… I do the surfing so you don’t have to! See you soon!


“Tone Freq” Aljon Go is considered to be a pedal junkie by his peers often asked for advice when building pedal boards. He toured the world with his award winning band Mink and was the artist relations/marketing pro for a musical accessory company. He currently spends his time bringing new and exciting tones to regional acts Jaux King and JonesWorld. He is also host of the long running “Local Buzz” radio show in Nashville and product specialist for a leading instrument company. Freq’n out? E-mail Aljon: tonefreq(at)gmail(dot)com.

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