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3 Leaf Audio, MXR, EHX pedals
£700
Winchester

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Hi all,

Got a bunch of pedals to be moved on - *free postage within the UK*

 

3 Leaf Audio Wonderlove Deluxe envelope filter - £220

MXR Bass Preamp - £95 + original box 

EHX Bass Big muff micro £50 

 

Cheers 👍

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