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Cosmo Valdemar

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  1. Excellent condition, a few light marks to the casing but not very noticeable. Can post for £5.
  2. Excellent condition, velcro on the bottom, with original box/parerphernalia. Can post for an extra £5. Official guff: Sub 'N' Up Octaver is the new leader of the pitch-pack. Featuring our superb next generation octave-engine and individual blend controls for dry, octave-up and two sub-octaves, Sub 'N' Up is set to deliver flawless octave tones whether you're playing complex chords or groovy single-note lines. And with the option of adding modulation to the mix via our high-powered TonePrint editor, for spacey ambient octaves, Sub 'N' Up Octaver truly is the definition of pitch perfection. Next generation octave engine - For flawless polyphonic tracking Cool old-school monophonic octaver TonePrint-engine with modulation - for otherworldly octave tones Polyphonic Epiphany Sub 'N' Up features the latest in polyphonic pitch technology. This means you get lightning-fast note tracking and impeccable hi-fi octave tones when playing chords. So whether you're into shimmery octave-up tones for swells, a sweet 12-string ring or down and dirty subsonic octave riffs, Sub 'N' Up Octaver will deliver the goods every single time! Old-School Is Always Cool Sub 'N' Up Octaver also gives you access to a cool monophonic octaver. Great for faux bass-lines with a guitar or for replicating the glorious glitchy imperfections of yesteryears octave pedals. Or!!… hook it up to a bass, crank the two sub signals, and get ready to bring down the PA. TonePrint - Otherworldly Octaves If the next-generation octave engine puts Sub 'N' Up Octaver ahead of the curve, then the TonePrint engine blasts it into outer space. Not only can you beam custom-made tones to the pedal via the free app, you can also make your own octave tone from scratch via the editor. This features our state-of-the-art modulation engine for never heard before octave tones. So go ahead and give that pitch some vibrato. Pitches love vibrato!
  3. It might be easier to recognise if we can see the whole thing...
  4. I like Charles. I'm not generally a fan of twinkly-tappy bass solos, but his skill is undeniably astounding and his videos can be amusing. My daughters know who he is as well, without my influence, so if he's inspiring kids to take up bass, well done him. I also love how he gets right up the noses of the more conservative members of our community. If he's winding up the old guard, he's doing something right.
  5. Hard to tell but could be a Hamer. Symmetrical body.
  6. My heart does a little leap of joy when I see a Bass Collection headstock strung correctly. Thanks Andy.
  7. At this price, I don't need much persuading! I'll give it a go. I've already got the Super Fuzz and Tremolo, both of which are excellent
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