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Mutron Bi-Phase

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by TaronKeim, Sep 6, 2005.

  1. TaronKeim

    TaronKeim Member

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    What would I be looking for in terms of cost for a relatively Mint-ish one with the wah-style control pedal... me wants one really bad.

    -TJK
     
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    These days, I'm guessing around $800, I paid close to that when i got mine.
     
  3. Spellbound

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    i got one with the wah pedal for 500 off ebay buy it now a few years so, its not near mint though.

    its hard to play without that thing it sounds so baddass.
     
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    Wow, those seem like really reasonable prices, hell, lovetones cost more than that... only thing I was worried about is if anything goes wrong, the opto stuff in it is custom made and irreplacable...

    -TJK
     
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    no worries on repairs there are forumites who repair upgrade them professionally .
     
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    I might have one available soon... if I don't decide to keep it (heh heh). :p
     
  7. TaronKeim

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    You'll have to let me know old friend, by the way, I tried one of the Foxx Tone Machines and wasn't super impressed, thats why I hadn't contacted you again to order one, sorry about that:) I can't promise a sale on the Bi-Phase but depending on the shape, sound and all that business, I'd love to hear about it when you get one all the same. Thanks Tom;)

    -TJK
     
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    this forum sure doesnt move very fast at all...

    I would love to put my Bi Phase in a rack like that cause it would free up a whole board worth of real estate.
     
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    Anybody have a recommendation on where to get a Mu-Tron II worked on?

    thanks!
    :)
     
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    Lingenberg Sound... supposed to be Mu-Tron experts AND endorsed by Mu-Tron inventor Mike Beigel. Here's the link:

    http://www.lsound.com/index.htm
     
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    Thanks Tom.

    I emailed that fellow and never heard back from him. Maybe got caught in his spam-filter.

    Anyone know if he has a phone # (it's not on the website)?

    And Tom, thanks again for the Medusa. Great tones in that thing!
     

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