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Don’t play as much these days so clearing out my pedals for a digital solution.

All in excellent condition and not seen a great deal of use!

Darkglass B7K - Preamp £150

Vintage Microtubes - £100

TC Spectracomp - SOLD

TC Corona Chorus - £50

Walrus Audio Aetos power brick - £85

Boss TU3 tuner - SOLD

Zoom MS60b - Multistomp - SOLD

Diego Pedal Board - £30

I still have the boxes for everything. Price listed is for purchase of all of the pedals, individual prices open to offers! 






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