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Happy Valentine's Day to all Music Lovers and Musicians!
Happy Valentine's Day! But we're very sorry...
It's Valentine's Day and we're celebrating our love of music and musical gear!
But firstly, we apologise profusely. We don't sell chocolates. We don't sell flowers. We don't even sell novelty teddy bears that tell you "I love you" (we just don't trust their mass-produced, robotic voices - sorry Hugsy).
Instead, we've found some alluring musical gear that you'll be sure to fall in love with. Because music be the food of love, the heart beat is the true rhythm of amour, it's all about the sax appeal... and you get the idea.
Treat the one you love! And by that we mean, treat yourself with some stunning new gear this Valentine's Day.
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By Matt WilkinsonPosted on 14 Feb 2019 09:17 to category : Instruments News
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