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SOLD ON eBay —Blackstar BEAM 20w practice combo @@PICTURES [email protected]@
£125
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Selling my Blackstar BEAM practice combo  in excellent like new condition. Great practice unit for home use, decent Bluetooth music player too used sparingly.

The unit is designed for bass, electric and acoustic guitars.  It comes with two bass specific effects on board, envelope and distortion.

it is also a fully functional audio interface.

Only selling as I replaced with an Ashdown unit.

unit is like new, £125 includes delivery.

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I just bought a second one today 😂

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