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Hum debugger

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$80 with power supply
does affect your tone, but also gets rid of hum effectively
could be useful for live musicians in very noisy environments
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Finally a pedal for vocalists who forget the words to songs ("when you forget...")!

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"you 'um it I'll smash ya face in"



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Keen... PM'd 😊

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quyet wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 1:49 pm $80 with power supply
does affect your tone, but also gets rid of hum effectively
could be useful for live musicians in very noisy environments
Bump!. Interested in this one if available. Have sent a private message 🙂

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hey sorry, i didn't get any interest so it went on TM and sold

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i got absolutely rinsed when i sold mine on,hope you had better luck!

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Kris wrote: Tue May 11, 2021 11:31 am i got absolutely rinsed when i sold mine on,hope you had better luck!
bought 80 got 80 :winky:

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Re: Hum debugger

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Well done! Bought new got about 1/5th....

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