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Old 7th May 2003, 06:15 PM   #1
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Hi Mike,
this is different, did you add more output devs since last time I saw it? I didn't see the wood sides either! Good deal!
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I like the plexy on the backside. That's exactly the same way as I worked. Is it plexy or some other, better material like macrolon?

The wood is handmade I guess. But... no blue LED?

Nice piece of work! Tell us how it sounds.

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Yes it is plexi-glass. The top is blood wood.
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