Saturday, 12 December 2009
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Hi Sheldon... I have a curcuit design I call THE COMPENSATER. I'd like to have it installed in my next bass. Do you think this is possible, or will the control cavity need to be modified? What it is: A 72vdc, 2.7ma curcuit (with parallel neutrals and seperate switch for the exhaust fan) that bridges the gap between an bassists perception of his or her prowess on the instrument and their actual ability. I also have an upgraded version, THE COMPENSATER-ESP which, in addition to the above mentioned functions, also sends real time data (via carrier pigeon) to Managment that performance is well above actual ability, prompting them to compensate you at a higher level. What do you think? Do you think it's possible for it to be installed with curb feelers?
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I [i:d2hadldx]need[/i:d2hadldx] four, Paul. Put them on your doorstep and my carrier pigeons will be by to pick them up.
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[quote="paul slagle":3ko0wfbw]...prompting them to compensate you at a higher level.[/quote:3ko0wfbw] Uhhh, it's gonna take more than switches, wires, and pigeons to make that happen. Mark
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[quote="guitarded":3e1i1i1k][quote="paul slagle":3e1i1i1k]...prompting them to compensate you at a higher level.[/quote:3e1i1i1k] Uhhh, it's gonna take more than switches, wires, and pigeons to make that happen. Mark[/quote:3e1i1i1k] Well, for you... Really, that goes without saying.
11 years ago
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Curb feelers? Get your mind out of the gutter.
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[quote="paul slagle":17l3o97u][quote="guitarded":17l3o97u][quote="paul slagle":17l3o97u]...prompting them to compensate you at a higher level.[/quote:17l3o97u] Uhhh, it's gonna take more than switches, wires, and pigeons to make that happen. Mark[/quote:17l3o97u] Well, for you... Really, that goes without saying.[/quote:17l3o97u] I was actually making a joke about how gig pay has risen very little over the past 30 years. Kinda went along with the spirit of your post, I thought, but anyway, let us know if you ever get this device into production :roll: Mark
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[quote="guitarded":f2lcylkl][quote="paul slagle":f2lcylkl][quote="guitarded":f2lcylkl][quote="paul slagle":f2lcylkl]...prompting them to compensate you at a higher level.[/quote:f2lcylkl] Uhhh, it's gonna take more than switches, wires, and pigeons to make that happen. Mark[/quote:f2lcylkl] Well, for you... Really, that goes without saying.[/quote:f2lcylkl] I was actually making a joke about how gig pay has risen very little over the past 30 years. Kinda went along with the spirit of your post, I thought, but anyway, let us know if you ever get this device into production :roll: Mark[/quote:f2lcylkl] I was actually just making a good natured smart ass jab/joke.... At your expense of course :)
11 years ago
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[quote="Adam12Wilcox":3t0s0h5h]I [i:3t0s0h5h]need[/i:3t0s0h5h] four, Paul. Put them on your doorstep and my carrier pigeons will be by to pick them up.[/quote:3t0s0h5h] Cool. Great idea to save the shipping charges! They're boxed up and ready to go. Shipping weight is 103lbs each.
11 years ago
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They're big f'in' pigeons.
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[quote="Adam12Wilcox":16n7fdi2]They're big f'in' pigeons.[/quote:16n7fdi2] Please make sure they have cash for payment upon pickup.
11 years ago
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If sparrows can carry coconuts, pigeons can certainly do preamps.
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[quote="singlemalt":39j7e7pp]If sparrows can carry coconuts, pigeons can certainly do preamps.[/quote:39j7e7pp] I'm assuming you mean European Swallows.
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[quote="singlemalt":h28lwjfj]If sparrows can carry coconuts, pigeons can certainly do preamps.[/quote:h28lwjfj] If they don't, you can trick them by putting the Compensator
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I'd like a 5hp Briggs and Stratton pull start circuit.
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We call them by the generic: mini-chickens. Its like wild country safari out there under our bird feeders. We have observed cooperative efforts and amazing vertical leaps. Not a lot of sharing, not many offerings make it to the front porch. I do think they might have been of the African genus, however.
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[quote="Funkshwey":d533jlww]I'd like a 5hp Briggs and Stratton pull start circuit.[/quote:d533jlww] That option has been discontinued in favor of a passive aggressive electric start onboard outboard.
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