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The NF-1 is just a simple noise gate that cuts off the signal once the level falls below the threshold set. Basically it is a reversed SG-1 and can be modded to work like a (much more valuable) Slow Gear. This particular sample is in exc.- condition and comes with original box and manual. And it is the most sought after first version with transparency switch and silver screw.
For sale is this 1974 Colorsound Octivider octave pedal. This example is in very nice all original condition, except for an additional power socket - so you can run it off any Boss style power supply. It works perfectly well and sounds fantastic. Famously used by Jeff Beck, Marc Bolan and others. No battery included.
Up for sale is a very rare Electro-Harmonix Bad Stone Phase Shifter v1 from 1975, the first year of production. This is the coveted 18 Volt version (2x9 V block) with the Color switch. It is in incredibly beautiful exterior shape and internally all original (the two battery terminals might not be original), however it is not working properly. Dry signal is there, switched to effect (wet) there is a slight volume drop. Wet signal can be altered with the blend knob but it sounds more like a tone control. When you turn the internal trim pots, you can hear clearly all kinds of phase shifting, but only when you turn the pots manually. Seems that the LFO does not sweep automatically. This might be an easy fix (or maybe not), but since I am not an expert in electronics, I am unable to fix it myself. For more details see the photos, pics form part of the description. No batteries included!
It is still a well kept secret that the Mteal Screamer of the ephemeral Master Series was actually a Tube Screamer that wasn't given its legit name due to zeitgeist reasons - metal was king, blues rock was lame...
So this Metal Screamer is probably the least expensive original 1980s Tube Screamer you may find out there. It's in exc.- condition, all original and it sounds just killer!
Extremely rare Lemon StudioSound Digi Delay, made in Germany in 1979, in excellent cosmetical shape and perfect working order. The unit was recently serviced by Gerard Daleiden, the original owner
and pedal builder of Lemon StudioSound. He confirmed the impeccable condition.
BTW: This "Digital Delay" is truly analog with eight TDA1022 bucket brigade delay chips, each with 512 stages. This is a European 220-240 Volt version.
Up for your consideration is a Ricken's FR-III Fuzz effect pedal, manufactured by JEN in Italy in the 1970s. It features almost the same circuit and many similar components to the legendary VOX
Tone Benders, which at the time were also being made by JEN.
Awesome condition with just some minor paint chips, technically everything is working flawlessly. No battery included.
URGENT: ToneHome is looking for an Ibanez CS-505 narrow box Chorus with flying fingers side graphics as pictured. If you own one or you know someone who owns one please let me know. And if you are hesitant to quit with it, because it's such a great pedal, be asured we can supply you with the same narrow box Chorus (except for flying fingers) and some $$$. How does that sound?
02/25/2017: ToneHome is looking for an Ibanez CS-505 narrow box first issue with flying fingers side graphic. Any hint is highly appreciated. Other than that we're looking for boxed effects or just boxes for Ibanez narrow box GE-601, AD-80, CP-835, OD-850. Please submit your offers or leads here: e-mail