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FS/FT Sansamp Bass Driver Deluxe Programmable BDDI
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I'm looking to move on my Sansamp BD Deluxe Programmable DI - great sound, I just don't need all the programmable functions. Never gigged and in pretty much as new condition.

Would consider trades with cash either way for a Sansamp BDDI V2, or some of the similar Darkglass Pedals.

£160 posted in the UK

Any questions, give me a shout

Thanks

Dan

 

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