Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by Pearlygates59 » Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:05 pm

Hi.
Last year I bought a Drag n Fly from some guy in the backstreets here in Abu Dhabi where I live. I knew little about the pedals at that stage but bought it because it was dead cheap and he was offering it as part of a trade in for a crappy guitar I sold him.
The inside plate says its number 233. Grey box.
The deal felt a bit dodgy and I've always wondered if my pedal is the real thing, and if anyone knows how it got here?!
Thanks
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by fendersilver » Tue Sep 17, 2019 7:08 pm

:smashed:
Pearlygates59 wrote:
Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:05 pm
Hi.
Last year I bought a Drag n Fly from some guy in the backstreets here in Abu Dhabi where I live.
The inside plate says its number 233. Grey box.
Will the real Fuzzz please step forward. :popcorn: :cowboy: :poke:
Fuzzz wrote:
Tue Dec 06, 2011 8:33 pm
Another day another D*A*M! :party:

My newest addition to the family...

D*A*M Drag N Fly number 233 29/1/10, Linzi. 'Fire Mist' . OC140. 'All I want is 20-20 vision, a total portrait with no omissions'

Absolutely killer fuzz! I want all my fuzzes to be Ge/Si hybrids now! :freakout:
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Drag'n'Fly
233, 29/01/2010, Linzi, Fire Mist, OC140, Red LED, "All I want is 20-20 vision, a total portrait with no omissions"; (Fuzzz)

https://www.stompboxes.co.uk/forum/view ... p?f=4&t=31

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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by Pearlygates59 » Wed Sep 18, 2019 4:09 am

Wow! That's it!!!! Thanks!!!
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