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*SOLD* Tech 21 Bass Boost Chorus £90 inc. UK postage

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IMG_20201004_213750.thumb.jpg.fbbbd3cbb24fa919d429ace08b341f25.jpgPretty much the daddy of bass chorus pedals, except maybe the analogman one (although this has a much broader range of useable and interesting sounds available).

Not getting much use these days.

Good condition with tin.

Include UK postage.





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