Its again time to clear out the shelves here at Balls Industries. Some of these are custom builds that were never picked up. Some are extras I built along the way while I was making something similar for a customer. Others are ones I just made for my own curiosity. The point is….i’ve got a lot of stuff kicking around over here and every once in a while I need to sell it off and make room for more goodies. The list is below. Standard shipping for one pedal is $10 in the continental US, and $5 for each additional. If you’re outside the continental US just email me and i’ll let you know what it’ll cost. Most are in perfect shape, a few have an occasional scratch or ding. Feel free to email me with any questions you have! firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard One-Knob Fuzz ($100)- silicon transistors. compare to: Fulltone 70, DAM Meathead. http://ballseffects.com/baldow-son/
Digital Delay ($130) – Analog styled delay using digital circuitry, similar to what most modern manufacturers are making. Great sounding delay. Single version of the delay in this post: http://ballseffects.com/yuengling-malmsteen/
OCD Overdrive ($110) – Direct clone of the version 3 Fullton OCD overdrive.
One-Knob Basic Fuzz ($60) – My version of a classic, ultra simple fuzz circuit that has been a favorite of the DIY community for some time. Very Muff-like fuzz that sounds great with guitar and sounds SUPERGREAT with bass. http://ballseffects.com/the-basic-fuzz/
Unidrive Variant ($100) – My take on the old Univox Unidrive circuit with variable gain and volume control. Nasty boost and distortion.
Boost #1 ($60) – Standard clean style boost. Compare to ZVEX Super Hard On.
Boost #2 ($60) – Another clean boost, this one a bit brighter and with more gain than the previous.
Big Muff J. Mascis Style ($130)- silicon transistors. built to in the style of what is purported to be J’s favorite muff. compare to: V3 Big Muff, Ram’s Head Big Muff.
Germanium Fuzzrite ($140) – Spot on clone of the original Mosrite Fuzzrite using old stock Soviet germanium transistors. http://ballseffects.com/boners-that-shoot-darts-out-of-them/
Vintage Tremolo ($110) – Designed to sound like the built in tremolo from vintage amps. Compare to Demeter Tremulator.
Modern Tremolo ($130) – Incredible and extremely versatile tremolo modeled after the 4MS Tremulus Lune. Coarse and fine rate control, boost, chop control, smoothness control….this one does it all.
Slow Gear ($130) – Clone of the rare Boss SG-1 pedal. This is a swell pedal that swells notes in after you pick them. Incredible for synth-type tones out of a guitar.
Double Digital Delay ($170) – Just like the version for sale above except its two delays instead of one. Great for having two delay settings that you alternate between, or cascading delays for serious space. http://ballseffects.com/yuengling-malmsteen/