Amazing DIY/semi pro smaller enclosure for you to put your future Impact into to save pedal board space. Comes with screen protector and rotary encoder protector to mount if needed.
I paid £36 for it but have to come the realisation I'm never gonna get round to doing it and probably would take a tiny nano board out next time gigs started anyway
Here's the link to the ingenious @GisserD thread on the development and production of them, we'll worth a read:
Classic bass synth pedal from Korg.
Not getting much use these days so looking to go to a new home.
Loads of cool interest sounds, 9 different waveforms.
Great tracking. Stores 9 presets.
Bit of cosmetic wear but working fine.
Velcro attached to the bottom.
Price includes UK postage.
I have recently come into possession of a somewhat worse for wear Tanglewood acoustic. It seems to be a decent, mid to lower end model, and I was hoping to get it up and running again, to let my lads use as a starter guitar. TSF-5X model, made in '99, according to the serial number.
However, I'm not sure if it's actually worth saving, as there is a bit of structural damage to the top. On the bridge side of the sound hole, on both the bass and treble sides, there are the start of splits running towards the bridge. I'm concerned that if I re-string it, the tension will cause the whole thing to split!
The dent on the lower edge I'm less concerned about, as it likely to be roughly handled by the kids.
I have the Fishman preamp, and it looks OK, but there is no output jack. The bridge saddle is also missing, along with a few screws and nuts to mount the preamp and the screws from a couple of the tuners - how do you lose those?!
I don't mind spending a few quid to get the necessary replacement bits, but if the top is a write-off, and there's probably not a lot of point.
Here's 'Angels Of Peckham Rye', the new album by my band The Wood Demons. It would be great if you could give it a listen.