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  • Brook's Boutique
    Inglewood, CA, United States
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    Boss HC-2 Hand Clapper
    Used – Excellent
    Original Price$200
    New Price$165
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    Inglewood, CA, United States
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    Madrid, Spain
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    Boss HC-2 Hand Clapper
    Used – Very Good
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    Bogor, Indonesia
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    Boss HC-2 Hand Clapper
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Overview

Offering an authentic vintage drum experience, the Boss HC-2 Hand Clapper is an attractive choice for electronic artists and Boss collectors alike. Housed in a sturdy metal chassis with parameters for pad sensitivity, volume of the dry clap, and reverb on the effect, this pedal can be easily incorporated to an existing acoustic drum rig or in a synth set up for dedicated clapping control.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • HC-2 Hand Clapper
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 1980s
Made In
  • Japan
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