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Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font
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Way Huge Toner Leper 1998 Handmade By Jeorge Tripps 49 of 54 Brushed Aluminum W/Red Font

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Way Huge Tone Leper! Way Rare! Way Cool! Handmade by Jeorge Tripps in Sherman Oaks California. #49 of #54 total built by the legend who pioneered boutique pedals. The dawn of the boutique pedal world dates back to a handful of designers and builders in the not–so–distant past. In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, it was Jeorge Tripps’ Way Huge Electronics that stood alongside Michael Fuller’s Fulltone, Zachary Vex’s ZVEX, Mike at Analogman, and a handful of others.

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