FX-70C (Corrosion) (1999)

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is an excerpt from the americaspedal website. Unfortunately, the site
is no longer active and that’s a shame. The links included in the
excerpt below do not work as the site is no longer active.
DOD introduced the Corrosion distortion pedal (FX70C) in mid-1997. With basically the same circuit as the FX70 Metal X,
the Corrosion featured a heavily oxidized metal finish and no paint
except red (1997-98) or black (1999) graphics near the control knobs;
the first version with red graphics appears to have been more rare.
1999 the final version with black graphics was introduced, with the
model name in a two-tone box to match the appearance of the final series
of DOD pedals. However, the Corrosion did not use the same casing or
switch, and may have been revived to profitably use up the last
remaining second-series parts.
It is unclear if either version of the
Corrosion was ever featured in DOD advertising or catalogs, but because
of its raw, unfinished appearance, sales were probably slower than the
Metal X. The Corrosion was discontinued when production of all FX-series
pedals officially shifted to China in late 1999.

 FX heritage: FX70 Metal X FX70C Corrosion

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Archived past online sales data:

Effectsfreak legacy website (includes sales data 4/2008 - 4/2021)

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