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Roland give away the BOSS DS-1 Mouse with Cakewalk Music Creator
To celebrate the World Cup, Roland are giving away a free DS-1 themed USB mouse when you purchase Cakewalk Music Creator 5.
The mouse takes its design from the famous BOSS DS-1 Distortion Pedal - as used by Kurt Cobain and John Frusciante.
The fully functional mouse features a side-mounted wheel and even comes in a real BOSS DS-1 box!
Since its announcement in May, the mouse has created a huge buzz online and reportedly sold out of the first run in record time.
With an original RRP of Ã‚Â£29.99, the DS-1 mouse is limited edition and makes a great addition to any guitarist's home studio or office.Posted on 7 Jul 2010 17:22 to category : Instruments News
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