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Nice, easy transaction. Knew precisely the cost of shipping and PayPal costs. The pedal arrived at the depot the next day in great condition. Would recommend

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Bought Ebs Combo from Alin.

He met me half way for the very smooth transaction. Nice bloke indeed. Good communication too. I would gladly deal with him again.

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Just bought a Spector Legend Custom off Alin - met up at his place and had a very pleasant time discussing all things bass! 

He's a real pleasure to deal with and everything was as described. Look forward to catching up with him again soon and I have no hesitation in recommending him.

Cheers, Bas

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Alin just bought a pedal board from me, great comma and quick payment. Just as BC should be. It was a pleasure Alin! Top BC’er. 👍🏻

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Bought a pedal from Alin last week - a really nice guy and the easiest of deals. Pedal came securely boxed/wrapped and I'm one very happy customer!

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