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We know it's final until you have another project you need to procrastinate on. So what's on your bench now?
I had an R.Attack for a couple years and I liked it a lot. All three clipping options had good sounds available.
Maybe the polarity on a bypass cap? Just a guess.
Well done, sir. I look forward to the next installment.
Wow. Just wow. It looks and sounds like a million bucks.
That's the negative feedback. Connect it to the tip.
That looks like it sounds fantastic.
That's a beauty. I can't wait to hear it.
This one has percussion, but it needs some work. I also have the add-on kit with extra sounds... uninstalled.
That's a really cool idea...
I think I agree with you @Nickfl. It will pain me to kill the organ, but at least it would be useful.
Looks like a standard Les Paul listed for $265 in 1966.
Yeah, the B3s seem to be the famous exception. The m111 I have sold for $1500 in 1966. I bought it for $100 about four years ago. That's just...
I bought a Hammond m111 a few years back...the whole organ. I don't think it's ever been serviced, but it functions OK. It needs a cap job and a...