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Sansamp VT DI now £130 SOLD
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Up for sale is my Sansamp VT DI pedal - got this earlier from a BC’er and put it through its paces, but it’s not exactly my cup of tea, so up it goes.

Brilliant o/d pedal, DI or preamp (or all 3 at once if you like) for any kind of Ampeg sounding grind (or not, depending on how you set it) from mild to fuzzed-out!








in very good condition with Velcro on the bottom.

Price includes delivery to mainland uk address.

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Yeah, I think COVID has made people a bit twitchy about unnecessary purchases.

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That is so true. If I was gigging I'd have bought this ages ago. I use the original VT Bass at every gig, and would like to upgrade to this but just not at the minute. GLWTS.

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Yeah, great for home and studio recording too though... ;)


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