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ENDED! Win a Roland AIRA TR-8 and TB-3 bundle worth £584 with Red Dog Music!

ENDED! Win a Roland AIRA TR-8 and TB-3 bundle worth £584 with Red Dog Music!


Have you ever dreamed about owning a classic Roland TR-808 or TR-909? How about getting hands on with the timeless squelch of a TB-303 bassline? Unless you’ve got about £4,000 and a good eye for snagging deals on eBay, your best bet is to get hold of some of the amazing Roland AIRA range. These re-imaginations of the vintage Roland gear perfectly capture the tactile fun of their predecessors, allowing you to recreate the staple sounds used by every big studio and on countless hit records over the last 4 decades.

This month, Red Dog Music – the most awesome instrument shop in the universe – are giving away the ultimate combo of a Roland TR-8 drum machine and a TB-3 bass synth sequencer. If you want to lay down awesome electronic rhythm tracks with ease and without a computer screen in sight, you need these in your life.

To be in with a chance of winning, you simply need to sign up for the Red Dog Music weekly emails (don’t worry if you’re already signed up, just enter your email as if you aren’t). You can unsubscribe at any time, but you probably won’t want to, as our emails are full of cool articles, events and freebies. What’s more, if you really want to win, you can get extra entries by doing things like following us on Facebook and Twitter and sharing with friends (you’ll get an extra entry for every friend who signs up because of you). Hooray!

Win a Roland AIRA TR-8 and TB-3 bundle worth £584 with Red Dog Music!

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Red Dog Music

Dawsons Music is delighted to announce that the Red Dog Music brand is now part of the Dawsons family. This is an exciting opportunity to bring both communities together and create a stronger, wider network of people passionate about music gear. We both share a common heritage to support musicians throughout the UK and Dawsons want to support Red Dog Music customers in their continued musical journey.

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