Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional)

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JP30
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Re: Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional)

Post by JP30 » Sun Aug 30, 2009 6:04 pm

cool.
two tonebender in one.
OC81D on one side OC76 on the other.

if this was going on the auction, I am sure it would brake the $3000 mark. :tu:
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Re: Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional)

Post by cubba » Mon Aug 31, 2009 5:17 pm

JP30 wrote:cool.
two tonebender in one.
OC81D on one side OC76 on the other.

if this was going on the auction, I am sure it would brake the $3000 mark. :tu:

Well brother Jack, for $3000,
I will ship the pedal free anywhere in the universe!

Actually, when I got the Space Oddity, I already had a D*A*M MK II and 1966.
I thought I would sell the two pedals and keep the Space Oddity,
having both the MKII and '66 in one pedalboard ready package,
but I actually like the difference the "4" pedals have from each other.
Whether it be subtle or obvious, they all seem to do something the others can't.

I s'pose I will sell it off one day,
as by principle I don't try to keep doubles of anything,
but the S.O. is SO cool, it's an awfully hard thing to part with!
What gets me is all the tweaking,
just crank that bitch and be done with it! -- duende
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Re: Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional)

Post by JP30 » Tue Sep 01, 2009 1:54 am

cubba wrote: Well brother Jack, for $3000,
I will ship the pedal free anywhere in the universe!

Actually, when I got the Space Oddity, I already had a D*A*M MK II and 1966.
I thought I would sell the two pedals and keep the Space Oddity,
having both the MKII and '66 in one pedalboard ready package,
but I actually like the difference the "4" pedals have from each other.
Whether it be subtle or obvious, they all seem to do something the others can't.

I s'pose I will sell it off one day,
as by principle I don't try to keep doubles of anything,
but the S.O. is SO cool, it's an awfully hard thing to part with!

Ha, I think I know how it is. I have two MKIIs and two 1966s.
I was going to sell one and keep one, but I just can't choose, so I kept them both. :hihi:

if I win lotto, I will contact you with a nice offer.
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Re: Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional)

Post by TheWarmth » Tue Sep 01, 2009 4:11 pm

I don't know about 3k, but I could see this selling for 2k or so, just based on the recent '65 and Head Buzz auctions. Sweet pedal.
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Re: Space Oddity, Dual Tone Bender (1966 - MKII Professional

Post by jreeves47 » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:11 am

Happy belated 10th b-day!
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