FX84 Milk Box

All three cosmetic versions of the FX84 Milk Box,
from 1996 (left), 1997, and 2000

The FX84 Milk Box debuted at Winter NAMM 1996 as one of the five new "final series" pedals, effectively replacing the FX80B in DOD's lineup. As one might expect, the FX84 featured a cow motif, and the names given to the control knobs were perhaps DOD's least intuitive to date. Compared to the FX80B, its most notable feature was the "Pasteurization" knob, essentially a touch-sensitive high-eq tone control. In 1998, the FX84 was one of the pedals given a cosmetic "facelift" before production moved to China with the VFX series.

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