FS: EHX Deluxe Memory Man

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FS: EHX Deluxe Memory Man

Post by tiger vomitt » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:16 pm

im selling some pedals im not using much at the moment. im in brooklyn. all prices are plus shipping and are OBO. feel free to get in touch with any questions. i have 100% feedback on ebay, username is "pointy!"



Frantone Peachfuzz fuzz pedal. Like new except for price tag on back. Works and sounds great. Includes the original box and battery.SOLD SOLD SOLD

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Boss DD-7 Delay Pedal. Like new condition with velcro on the bottom for use with a pedalboard. Has original box, manual and info stickers.

SOLD SOLD



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Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man

100% perfect working condition. I just tested it as i havent used it in a while. Sounds great and definitely has that vintage old school vibe to it. Actually sounds more (ugh) VINTAGE and more like tape delay than other memory men ive used. Not that it's really the goal with analog delays, but it happens to be that way with this one IMHO.

Older model with attached power cable. I think it's a reissue from the 90's..? At first i thought it was an older 70's model but a fellow tape-op'er showed me how to figure it out. Thanks Nate! He also pointed out:
Yours has two MN3005 delay chips, which are apparently more desirable by delay nerds. That chip has been discontinued, and EH bought up all they could and used them until they ran out, which is probably around the time they revised the PCB in 2002. The latest revisions use four MN3008 chips to get the desired delay time. Some argue that the MN3008 versions don't sound as good, so use that as a selling point for yours.
There is a small opening in the power cable right by the jack, it has no effect on the pedal operationally, even if you jiggle it. Of course you are free to put tape over it or whatever, but i never felt the need to.

I put hooks on the back for mounting to a pedal board. I didnt want to put velcro all over the pedal.

Ive done a lot of selling (and buying haha) on here. You can check my 100% ebay feedback, my user name is "pointy!"

$250

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Post by Rigsby » Wed Sep 16, 2009 10:12 pm

oh man, i want that DD-7, how much for shipping to the UK Evan?
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