I know I'm in the minority around here...

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by WorkinSteamin, May 13, 2015.

  1. WorkinSteamin

    WorkinSteamin Member

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    but I LOVE craigslist.

    Picked this up yesterday. Five minutes from my office. 35 clams...

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  2. wesawtheseas

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    I had the digiverb and loved it. Now I have the hardwire because Im too cheap for a Blue Sky.
     
  3. On a Budget

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    I love craigslist! most of my gear was bought from people there and i have gotten some amazing deals.
     
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  4. WorkinSteamin

    WorkinSteamin Member

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    Digitech makes some solid inexpensive pedals. I got my Bad Monkey off of c-list too. 25 bucks.

    And some of the Hardwire effects are amazing. I bought my son an RV-7 reverb. It kills.
     
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  5. Musicmaster

    Musicmaster Supporting Member

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    The DigiDelay is a solid unit...
    I use it exclusively in the 'looping' mode, for VERY short loops, basically stutter effects.
    It's the bees knees.
     
  6. tremolo3

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    I love CL too.
    Actually, is one of the few companies in the world I would like to work in. I love Perl.
    They are ruining the interface though. I used to love the simplicity, very Gopher-ish.
     
  7. sleewell

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    Good pedal, normal price.
     
  8. wyldesigns

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    Love you hem, excellent value for money.
    Tape mode really sounds good!
     
  9. geek-mo

    geek-mo Supporting Member

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    I got both my Vox AC30 heads from CL. I got excellent deals on them, too.
     
  10. aaron1433

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    Some friends of mine have had some really bad experiences with CL but so far I've had smooth deals and they've always been the best price compared to tgp and eBay.


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  11. henryjurstin13

    henryjurstin13 Member

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    Sometimes it takes a while to sort thru the lookers/scammers, but I too, have found some great deals on the CL.
     
  12. thecomposinator

    thecomposinator Supporting Member

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    the dallas area CL is really active with guitar gear. I'm always scouring
     
  13. JGarofalo3

    JGarofalo3 Member

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    Like anything, if you know what you are looking at then CL is a viable valuable tool. Logistics is also great vs Ebay (which I use effectively too) where you are buying from a picture, on CL you can go touch, feel and try it out. I have gotten some outright steals on CL. Bravo!
     
  14. SmallStones

    SmallStones Supporting Member

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    I've had dozens of CL deals and only had a misrepresented piece of gear sold to me once. And even then the price plus the cost to fix it was still a great deal for that pedal. My best deal was getting my EP3 for $100. The guy was just sick of the maintenance and it had started making a noise. The noise? The little wire grate over the fan had gotten pressed into it and the fan was striking it. Literally a 5 second fix and I had a perfectly functional EP3 for $100. I supposed the only thing I DON'T know is if/how much CL gear I've bought that was stolen. But that's a part of the used gear equation no matter what I guess. Plus no sending off money into the unknown and hoping for the best.
     
  15. kwicked

    kwicked Supporting Member

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    Nice pickup!
    Love buying on CL, hate selling on CL.
     
  16. EwingChi

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    Digidelay is great. Lots of features for that size and price. The reverse delay is one of the best I've tried.
     

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