Post Number: 104
|Posted on Saturday, November 14, 2009 - 6:01 pm: |
I've realized that I no longer have a need for my SF-2 as I've recently purchased a Series II Six string and it sounds incredible without any outside help.
The unit is in "Mint" condition and has been in my rack case, since I purchased it a few months back. It's in perfect working condition and has no dings, blemishes, or issues of any kind.
I paid $955 for it brand new. Let's say $799, O.B.O., and I'll pay for shipping in the Continental USA.
I'd prefer a Wire Transfer, Money Order, or Cashier's Check for payment, but I will consider Paypal, if the buyer adds the 4% in order to cover Paypal's fees.
For those of you who know what the SF-2 is, I don't have to explain what a great tool it is and the amazing array of tones you can pull from it.
For those who are interested, please shoot me an email.
Post Number: 132
|Posted on Saturday, November 14, 2009 - 7:39 pm: |
E-mail sent, thanks.
Post Number: 106
|Posted on Saturday, November 14, 2009 - 8:12 pm: |
Email read and replied to. Guys, it looks like the SF-2 will be heading to Portland, OR, in the next day or so.
Post Number: 343
|Posted on Monday, November 16, 2009 - 3:06 pm: |
Let me know if for some reason things don't work out. I have a feeling that having an SF-2 would bring me great joy.
Post Number: 470
|Posted on Monday, November 16, 2009 - 3:58 pm: |
Ooh, Nick! You are going to love this! It's a great combination with a Series I. It's worth trying with one filter per pickup as well as a mono dual filter.
Post Number: 136
|Posted on Monday, November 16, 2009 - 7:36 pm: |
I will welcome all and any advice! I'm looking at some of the threads with SF-2 info.
Post Number: 4160
|Posted on Monday, November 16, 2009 - 9:42 pm: |
Here's an excerpt from a previous post describing how to adjust an SF-2:
I can't say enough good things about the SF-2. While admittedly it was a little daunting when I first got it, seemingly more complicated than I usually like, once I "groked" it, the SF-2 turned out to be quite simple to set and an amazingly effective tone shaper. When used with in mono mode, it is essentially a 3 channel mixer - one dry channel and two filtered channels. Each filtered channel can be set for low pass, band pass, or high pass. The key is to adjust one channel at a time. (While one is being tweaked, I turn the other two down to 0). First I turn both filtered channels down to 0, turn up the dry channel and set my amp and guitar controls as normal. Then I turn the dry channel to 0 and one at a time, set one filter channel to accentuate a low frequncy I like and the other to accentuate a high frequency. Back to 0 for the filtered channels and the dry channel is turned up, again. Then it's easy to mix in the low and high SF-2 channels to taste. (In stereo mode, it has two channels per side, one dry and one filtered). Once I understood what was happening, the SF-2 revealed itself as a relatively easy to use common sense design.