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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Flouncingfleasbag, Dec 21, 2019.
Man, the term "pro" sure is used very loosely here...
Will Reverb let me make an offer for more than the asking price?
Solid strategy. That’s the best way to show the seller you mean business.
You guys are totally forgetting that all pedals on this board come with barefoot buttons. That makes the asking price much more reasonable to me.
Nope only the cheap mooer candy plastic buttons.
I do that too. It's not a big deal.
I've never understood people trying to sell their entire pedalboard to someone. I don't think I've ever seen a complete board that someone else had that I'd want every single pedal, or that I didn't already have a few of the pedals on the board, if not more than a few.
Has anyone ever had luck selling their entire board to someone? I could see if it was way underpriced and the guy was then going to flip them, but they usually want high end market value for each piece packaged together as a whole.
Is this a P&W board?
I've only seen it a few times. I always think the same as most people: why would I want all of this guy's personal choices?
Weird thing is, whenever I've seen a listing like that, they are always asking twice what anyone in their right mind would pay.
I'll give ya $500 and a bag of chips...
I'm hold out until he throws in the kid.
The velcros on my board is a better deal at $1200 than that board.
The "complete setup" or "guitar gear lot" sale is one of the more entertaining things to find on CL and Reverb. Do people really think they're going to come across someone who is looking to spend $2000 on 15 entry level guitars, or someone who is looking to spend $1000 on 20 super common pedals? These folks must occupy the same mental space as the people who think that it's possible to buy a $400 MIM Fender, spend $500 to upgrade the pickups and hardware, and then sell it for $1000.
Too freakin' lazy to separate it out and sell individually. And yea, Wah placed so far to the rear is not practical. Looks like a bedroom player except he wasn't a player, just an owner.
Given how much space is in between each pedal, I’m not sure I understand the need for the barefoot buttons. Unless this dude has super wide feet.
Thanks for the heads up. I’ve been looking for these exact pedals but I had not seen them together on a professional board. I had a pile of money that I needed to put somewhere. I was going to dig a hole in the backyard for a spot to keep the money. Then, I saw this thread and problem solved.
Now, if I can just fix the problem with the plate in my head. Every time Catherine revs up the microwave, I pee my pants and forget who I am for about a half hour.
ummmmmm isn’t it so you can step on them with bare feet?
What if he throws in an SD-1 for only $300 more?
The World’s Okayest Pedalboard comes at a premium.
Maybe each pedal has serial number 00000001.
I’m going to Nashua next week. I’ll TOFTT and check it out for y’all.
Yes but there are all red.