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    Default FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Location (City,State or City,Country): Rockford, IL
    International OK? : Pref not at this time.
    Contact Info (No Phone #s) PM here is ideal
    References (eBay or other forum userid): Itrader on the old sevenstring website.


    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar:
    Seymour Duncan:
    SH-8B Invader bridge
    SH-PGP1B Pearly Gates Plus
    SH-10N Full Shred Neck
    TB-5 Custom
    SH-1N 59 neck (long leg)
    AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    AHB-1N Blackout Neck

    Dimarzio:
    IBZ/USA F2
    IBZ/USA F4
    DP153 Fred

    Modifications (if any): Leads trimmed
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): Blackouts come with some wiring, only a few have screws/springs.
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo):$50 shipped con.US for anything besides the IBZ/USAs which are $40 shipped. Willing to do combo deals.
    Pictures:



    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: 4 Pedals, hand made on my own designed boards, a few scratches, chips and dings, but not in terrible shape by any means:


    Violet Ram's head style big muff

    Green Russian style big muff

    Super Fuzz Sustainar style pedal, based on a japanese clone of a big muff, as made famous by Boris.

    A Fuzz/distortion of my own design.

    Modifications (if any): None?
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): None
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): $60 shipped con.US for the big muffs, $50 shipped for the other fuzz/dist, willing to do combo deals.
    Pictures: VRH, GR, SFS, my own design.


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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    How's the Ram's head muff for Gilmour style lead stuff? I've got a Frantone The Sweet and am looking for something that's a little less aggressive gain-wise, maybe with a touch more mid-range.
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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarStv View Post
    How's the Ram's head muff for Gilmour style lead stuff? I've got a Frantone The Sweet and am looking for something that's a little less aggressive gain-wise, maybe with a touch more mid-range.
    I'm not sure its exactly what you're looking for, but it might be able to get you in that ballpark. I'm not sure how the EQ on the The Sweet is, but I know it uses harsher sounding diodes than this one. If I remember correctly Gilmour did use a ram's head, but in combination with other pedals to get his mids back, as it does have the lack of mids like most big muffs. If you're looking to combine it with other pedals like he did to get those mids back, it could get you there I think. If you're looking for a one pedal solution to that equation, I think you'd probably be looking for something like a Skreddy P19.

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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Thanks! The p19 looks like exactly what I'm looking for.
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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Pearly gates plus sold, heres whats left. If you want more than one thing, feel free to make an offer, I'm always down to make combo deals for lots.

    Seymour Duncan:
    $50-SH-8B Invader bridge
    $50-SH-10N Full Shred Neck
    $50-TB-5 Custom
    $50-SH-1N 59 neck (long leg)
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1N Blackout Neck

    Dimarzio:
    $40-IBZ/USA F2
    $40-IBZ/USA F4
    $50-DP153 Fred

    Pedals:
    $60-Violet Ram's head style big muff
    $60-Green Russian style big muff
    $60-Super Fuzz Sustainar style pedal, based on a japanese clone of a big muff, as made famous by Boris.
    $50-A Fuzz/distortion of my own design.

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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Can you elaborate on the characteristics of the red fuzz/distortion?

    Is the Fred regular or F-spaced? Looks regular, but thought I'd check...

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Quote Originally Posted by masta' c View Post
    Can you elaborate on the characteristics of the red fuzz/distortion?

    Is the Fred regular or F-spaced? Looks regular, but thought I'd check...

    Thanks!
    Yep, the fred is regular spaced.

    As for the pedal, I whipped up a quick and dirty demo of it, I don't have any good way to record, but I did the best I could with what I have. This is into a 5c1 fender champ clone run into a 2x12 of V30s.

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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Super fuzz sold, here is whats left.

    Seymour Duncan:
    $50-SH-8B Invader bridge
    $50-SH-10N Full Shred Neck
    $50-TB-5 Custom
    $50-SH-1N 59 neck (long leg)
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1N Blackout Neck

    Dimarzio:
    $40-IBZ/USA F2
    $40-IBZ/USA F4
    $50-DP153 Fred

    Pedals:
    $60-Violet Ram's head style big muff
    $60-Green Russian style big muff
    $40-A Fuzz/distortion of my own design.

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    Default Re: FS: A bunch of pickups (Duncan, Dimarzio) and pedals (Big Muffs)

    Ram's head and full shred neck sold, here is whats left.

    Seymour Duncan:
    $50-SH-8B Invader bridge
    $50-TB-5 Custom
    $50-SH-1N 59 neck (long leg)
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1B Blackout Bridge
    $50-AHB-1N Blackout Neck

    Dimarzio:
    $40-IBZ/USA F2
    $40-IBZ/USA F4
    $50-DP153 Fred

    Pedals:
    $50-Green Russian style big muff
    $40-A Fuzz/distortion of my own design.
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