Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Lefteris, Jun 26, 2008.
I am interested in getting a BJF SEA BLUE EQ. Does anyone know where I could get one?
They are out of production and unfortunately you can't just get one at custom-sounds now either. It says limited availability but I recently emailed about the SBEQ and PGC... neither are available anymore
But they do pop up on ebay and the emporium here pretty often.
Any known reason why the Sea Blue EQ has been discontinued?
ive been informed i may be incorrect about the availability of some of this stuff... i may have gotten some bad info so scratch my word on the subject, sorry about that!
Ah, SBEQ's I am flattered this model gets such attention. It is ofcourse outof stock I am told and then perhaps all gone, but I'll be making some more shortly. I have not retired PGC either just yet. I gather though that what I make goes swiftly and there almost never are any units in stock of any model and I'd think that is what is implied by 'Limited availability'. I think this might mean that the number of pedals I can make is too small to allow distribution.Confusion can easily arise I guess
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:cough: sbeq and pgc in mad professor format :cough:
I know the PGC is being rebadged though, looks fun.
I've got a Sea Blue EQ in perfect condition, and very low hours that I would like to sell. PM me and we can discuss it.
i gotta talk to your wife or dog, man those are some nice gitars you be building there.... wow russellguitars.com
Thanks for the positive on my guitars. My website is painfully sparse as far as photos amd models. I have a ton more photos and finished guitars that need to be posted. I just completed an upright bass with a flamed maple top, among other fun stuff. I've got a nearly compleated archtop and a solid wood, carved, small bodied 335 style getting close. I keep deciding to go out to the shop instead of updating my website. The Red Molly Tele is owned by a local musician, so I get to see and play it from time to time. More to come.
Thanks for checking it out!