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Keeley Bassist vgc with box and manual £115 *SOLD*
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Keeley Bassist with box, bag and all candy in VGC.

Really nice, transparent and musical DBX 160 style compression in a tiny pedal!

Price includes UK postage.

Velcro on the bottom

Cheers

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