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SOLD Ampeg Opto comp £55 inc. UK postage

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Nice Opto compressor from ampeg.

Big fat slightly old school squish.

Great condition, pretty much as new with box and bits.

Bought from here a few months ago but I'm sticking with my DG Hyperluminal for now

Led to show gain reduction.

Price includes UK postage





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