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TC Electronic Plethora X5

Purchased from Andertons in May 2020, minor home use, ex. condition; original box, mains adapter, USB lead, booklet, updated with latest firmware (includes tuner); selling as going different route with other effects. Save £50 off the cheapest new one......

Postage only and will be Royal Mail Sp. Delivery at cost.





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