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Buy 2 BOSS Compacts, get a FREE Pedal Board
The BCB-30 pedalboard is a no-nonsense board with space for 3 pedals. The resin case provides robust protection for your pedals and a convenient carry handle lets you transport them with ease.
BOSS compact pedals were first released in 1978, with the OD-1 being the first ever overdrive pedal. Last year, BOSS released it's 100th pedal, the Tera Echo TE-2. See an illustrated history of the BOSS pedal story. Choose a combination of 2 or more compact BOSS effects to claim your free BCB-30 pedalboard by registering your pedals and completing the claim form.
Offer ends 31st December 2014. Please visit the Roland site for further information.
By Victoria Brown
Posted on 1 Oct 2014 10:13 to category : Instruments News
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