NPD, awesome pawnshop score!

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  1. jmccann040878

    jmccann040878 Member

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    Went down to the local music store to do some window shopping, and on the way back decided to stop by the local pawn shop and it's a good thing I did because look what I scored for $200 out the door;)
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  2. Kyle Ashley

    Kyle Ashley Supporting Member

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    wow! nicely done. my big pedal score of the last few years was a retro-sonic chorus for about $140
     
  3. Thedude99

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    Wow. Who unloads a Retro-Sonic at a pawn shop. Wait, actually I'm pretty sure I know the answer to that...
     
  4. jmccann040878

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    That's what I thought at first, but the pawn shop owner said he know's the guy who pawned the pedals. Young guy in a local band who is always in there wheeling and dealing. I guess he put the pedals on pawn, paid the minimum for a few months, then said screw it, so they got put out on the shelf. Hey his loss is my gain is the way I look at it.
     
  5. jmccann040878

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    I got ahold of two of those when they first came out back in 2005. Regretfully I traded them for a vintage CE-2 and a EH MM. I wish I would have held on to those two pedals because the chorus and vibrato that pedal put out where amazing!
     
  6. Hack Prophet

    Hack Prophet vile mighty wretched Silver Supporting Member

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    nice deal, the Ibanez alone is worth what you paid for both
     
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    Congrats that's a killer deal!
     

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