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Bass Guitar mags from 2017 issues 141 & 142-149

3 x Classic Rock magsfrom 2015 issues 212 - 216

Mesa/Boogie 2004 & 2010 catalogues

Warwick catalogue (unknown year)

Pick up from Woking/Guildford (Surrey) area.

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