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Hey cool cats and kittens. 

Up is my recently serviced Sansamp Programmable Bass Driver DI. 3 Programmable channels of the very best Sansamp-y ness. Perfect for being stuck at home recording and as a live tool when gigs happen again. Runs on 9V, Battery or Phantom Power for ease. It sounds like a Sansamp :) Overall condition is quite good, and as I say recently serviced so sounding and behaving like new. 

Price includes UK postage.
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