Steve L.|| March 21, 2011 - 07:41 am|
That's interesting about the boards. Where did they come from? Feel free to post contact info, if you wish.
Mark C|| March 21, 2011 - 01:27 am|
|I have a bunch of circuitboards for this preamp|
Write back if anyone is looking.
Ill check back....let me know.
Steve L.|| November 02, 2010 - 01:07 pm|
|Thanks, Penko. I will reply by email. |
Penko|| November 02, 2010 - 12:30 pm|
You are so kind and lovely - thanks for scanning the manual, great! The more I think about the less I want to sell ths unit... ;-)
About my music - yes itīs "Animate" which is inspired by the typical "70s-sound" - I tried to use this as "parfume" in this piece...
What kind of music do You like mostly?
Warm regards, Penko.
Steve L.|| October 27, 2010 - 08:03 pm|
Is that the "Animate" song you were referring-to? It's an intriguing piece, though I don't really know much about disco (in spite of David's comments)...
I truly appreciate your nice comments. By the way, inspired by your post, I scanned the Operation Manual for the M-150 and added the additional link to it at the end of the article. It illustrates some of the cool things you can do with the unit and also gives the specifications on the last page. If you wish to offer that with your auction, I hope that it helps.
Penko|| October 27, 2010 - 07:23 pm|
thanks for the very king words! ;-)
I am very happy that You like my myspace-site. By the way the first song is made and inspired by a "Disco-Hit" from he 70s, mybe You can discover...
It is so important that such guys like You bring this documentation about the 150 to the world, so it is now unforgettable...
If You want to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) You are welcome...
Thanks for Your "green light" that I can inform about Your site in my eBay-offer!
Best wishes, Penko.