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Shin-ei

Shin-ei was the most prolific Japanese manufacturer of guitar effects in the 1970s and some of the utterly legendary effects boxes have their origin in the Shin-ei laboratories: the Uni-Vibe and the Uni-Fuzz, in the western world better known as the Univox Super Fuzz. Most of the Shin-ei products were sold under different brand names and even unbranded.

Companion ME-7 Multi Effect Wah - Hurricane - Siren - Surf, made in Japan 1975 by Shin-ei more

Just its name made the Companion Amplifier Psychedelic Machine more

The Companion WT-1 Wah is not the hell of a Wah but cool looking and built like more

The Shin-ei Fuzz Box FY-2 is one of the legendary more

The FY-6 Super Fuzz is probably the most sought after more

The Fuzz-Wah pedal 8Tr is one of the most popular pedals of Shin-ei more

Yet another Shin-ei brand, the Rands WT-20 is more

This was Shin-ei's cheeky take on the Oberheim Maestro PS-1 more

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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

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