Boss PS-2

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by novawind, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. novawind

    novawind Member

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    So someone on my local craigslist listed a Boss PS-2 for $40. Is this worth it to try out for a harmonizer pedal? Could I sell it for the same thing I bought it for, or should I note waste my time?
     
  2. orange worker

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    thats a really good price. i used to have one but didn't find it too useful though. you can flip it for at least double that though.
     
  3. Ghost219

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    those are highly sought after. pounce on it.
     
  4. tim gueguen

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    FYI its a straight parallel shift pedal. It doesn't have a harmony mode.
     
  5. VHS analog

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    That's a great price. I need one for octave up sounds. Vintage style Octavia pedals are just not controllable enough.
     
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    It's good for a lo-fi, analog-ish, osciallating delay. The pitch shift tracking isn't very useable to me.
     
  7. frankiej

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    Your thinking of the PS-3.

    The Ps-2 is very low fi. Ive heard it has great oscillation but other then that its not very useful. Its completely different from the PS-3. But ive seen them being sold for like $85 mostly.
     
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    looks like everyone comes here when HCFX is down. hah

    but yeah, they are two completely different pedals.
    $40 is a good price and you could probably get all of your money back if not more.
     

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