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Anybody think this is the real deal?
yes, but as you can see here on the 77-reissue:haha, thanks but that one has a transistor too ...
There have been. Even on the pcb-layout is space for such a transistor, but it may have been assembled only on few units (without big success).there must be a few different versions around.
Hi Steve, have you measured or checked the printed value on this presence pot?I know it may seem strange BUT the presence control was DEFINATELY a 22k linear pot in the 2003 model I had opened up on my workbench
Yes , but that is not to say he didn't use 50k lin at some other time.Hi Steve, have you measured or checked the printed value on this presence pot?
bajaman is right, occasionally I even have to work to earn a little bit of money. Today I had to repair this "stompbox":I'm sure analogguru will get around to sketching the 77 original version eventually, but i think he is a bit overloaded with stuff at present - stay tuned
That's the same one!theblackman wrote:here is all the info i have found on the net about the hotcake. it took learning two non native languages to find this so i hope you like it haha.
OT: I once had the chance to get called after this happened to the sideracks at a local show... All the Behringer stuff survived (mains fuse blew on each) while the TC stuff really got grilled (you could use them as a shaker after that little accident)analogguru wrote:I'm sure analogguru will get around to after a lovely electrician exchanged accidentally neutral with phase