Rangemaster clones for sale

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  1. Alligatorbling

    Alligatorbling ★AstroCat★ Premium Member V.I.P. Member MLP Vendor

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    I have three rangemaster clones available at the moment. Each one utilizes a genuine OC44 germanium transistor. If you have any questions about them feel free to PM me.

    Price is $89.99 plus $4.99 s&h to the lower 48 states, s&h everywhere else is $14.00

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    Who are you? Who who who who.... Premium Member

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    Best
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    Alligatorbling ★AstroCat★ Premium Member V.I.P. Member MLP Vendor

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    the blue box has sold. two swirl boxes left.
     
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    cooljuk Transducer Producer Premium Member MLP Vendor

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    Love mine! Great deal on a great pedal from a great fella.
     
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    I have the mk1 big box version of your one knob fuzz and I love it!!
    Would like one of these as well, but do you do any of the "fancy" stuff like many of the rangemaster pedals has these days, like full/mid/treble boost switch, dc power jack and/or pot that turns the battery off etc?

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    Alligatorbling ★AstroCat★ Premium Member V.I.P. Member MLP Vendor

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    at the moment im just doing straight ahead OC44 clones with the same circuit as the original. thats not to say i might add some bells and whistles in the future.
     
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