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Old 19th April 2008, 03:14 AM   #1
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Default a little modding to save some space.

Took the "mahogany" end caps off both of these synths and made new piece from corian just to save some space and have a bit of the old school modular look.

These synths are extremely good sounding and work well together They are both German and use exactly the same source for the screws that hold the "mahogany" end pieces on. BTW the "mahogany" looks exactly the same as well

But they couldn't be more different in philosophy. thats a good thing.
because almost nothing is repeated from one to the other.

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