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The Schecter TSH-12 model has been around since 1999 – the early ones had a semi-hollow mahogany body with flame maple top, cat’s eye sound-hole, bolt-on maple neck, 25.5″ scale length, rosewood fretboard with diamond inlays tune-o-matic bridge & stop- tail-piece and two Duncan designed chrome covered humbuckers.
The Schecter TSH-12 was relaunched around 2005 when Schecter changed the TSH design to a Danelectro style semi-hollow body (no sound hole) with lipstick TubeBuckers, dot inlays, hard tail bridge, and black finish only.
VINTAGE EHX LPB-1 POWER BOOSTER, 1000 SEK
LITTLE LEHLE LOOPER SWITCHER, 1000 SEK
The Little Lehle II – the universal Lehle switching and looping tool.
The Little Lehle II removes effect pedals from the signal path at the press of its button. A signal can be picked off at any point in the signal chain, to switch to an instrument tuner, for example.
The Little Lehle II can also be used to switch between two instruments on one amp or, vice versa, between two amps with one instrument. Extremely diverse sound sources are possible – signals from pick-ups, microphones and keyboard line-out sockets are routed loss-free to the target amplifier or recorders, and all jack sockets are stereo. Switches with gold-plated contacts assure True Bypass. As on this unit’s ”big brother”, the Lehle D.Loop SGoS, not only the stereo signal, but also the signal ground, is switched – so it’s goodbye to hum when switching between two amps, and selecting effect loops – it just can’t happen any more!
The easy-action mushroom-shaped button characteristic of Lehle products is mounted in the cover, so that your foot pressure is transmitted indirectly, via only a spring, to the slide switch with its gold-plated contacts. The electronics board is thus not exposed to mechanical loads, making the Little Lehle II virtually indestructible and guaranteeing years of trouble-free switching.
Price: 1000 SEK
SOLD:BOSS PN-2 TREMOLO
Manufactured in the ’90s, the Boss PN-2 Tremolo/Pan lived a short life(March-December 1990) and was replaced by the TR-2 in ’96. However, the TR-2 lacks the stereo outputs and panning effects the PN-2 has, making the PN-2 highly desirable for fans of this sound and circuitry. The PN-2 sports Rate and Depth controls and a 4-way Mode switch with Pan-sawtooth, Pan-square, Trem-sawtooth, and Trem-square wave options for super versatility.