These are priced significantly lower than current Reverb prices and are firm, but if you want to make me an offer for all four and we can figure something out. I'm in the Atwood area but can meet you within a reasonable distance.
I suggest researching these before considering a purchase.
SOLD Vintage Electro Harmonix Graphic Fuzz: $60
It's a fuzz, and a graphic equalizer! Great pedal. Vintage, probably early 1990s or late 1980s. Everything works as it should, but has cosmetic issues including some broken slider grips. Replacement EHX sliders are available from Small Bear Electronics and other sources, and they are easy to install if you have some basic soldering skills. I've been using it actively as a "set it and forget it" device, and more actively, on a noise table. All sliders work, they're just missing their grips. Comes with power supply. In better condition these are usually over $100 and can go as high as $200-300.
> Boss EH-2 Enhancer: $60
Like new. Hard to describe what this does. I suggest going with online reviews. It's one of those pedals you don't think you'll use, but when it's off you'll notice, and it behaves very differently with different guitars and amps. Priced to sell and experiment with on your own rig.
> Rocktron MicroHush: $60
Great for taming fuzz noise, small footprint. Like new.
> Ibanez SB7 Bass Synthesizer: $90
Characteristics of an envelope follower, but really it's own thing. Vintage, from the Tone-Lok series. Perfect functional condition, has a little Sharpie mark next to the level knob
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