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Old 8th March 2018, 03:49 AM   #231
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FE103eN2 Lavender with Blue.

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Alpair 10PeN Dark Yellow with Orange

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Alpair 10PeN Antracite w Grey.

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They all look really neat!!
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Old 8th March 2018, 04:02 AM   #236
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They all sound better than stock too… well i can’t really say with the AN, i didn’t listen to them before treatment.

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Have you ever used Dieter Ennemoser C37 Lack?

I've been interested in that stuff for 20yr, ever since reading about it in Sound Practices way back when... Curious if there is something to it or it's just wishful thinking and style.
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Yes. On a Visaton B200 or a CSS FR125 it works, but not a whole lot different than the modpodge i normally use for precept (althou it is easier to apply). Too much has the same problems as too much damar, stiff cones with more panful resonances. And it is scary expensive, which rubs th efrugel-phile™ in me th ewrong way (the half-bottle i experiemnted with was a gift).

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I'd be wanting shades with those lemon yellow Alpairs
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I like the lavendar ones myself. Which reminds me, I need to buy a few dozen lavendar plants over the next few weeks for the new border.
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