analogguru wrote:A nice intriguos fellow named "puretube", you can see his face here on the left:
seems to have nothing else to do then to follow my steps and talk lies to my actual ISP that with my schematics I would violate copyrights.
For this reason, some of the schematic-links maybe broken for some time.
I am working to sort this out and establish a "puretube-safe" webspace.
Sorry about the inconviniences.
bajaman wrote:Hello Modman
I have a noobie friend - have performed a few mods on some of his pedals and tube amp - Is it okay to invite him here? - he is a computer tech, at the local University and a really nice guy
beavis wrote:Hi everyone, Beavis here.
Glad to meet you all.
5/16/2000 8:16 AM
Well, I can't believe it's free either but...
What I can't believe is that of the majority of all the people online reading this stuff, they would go and vote for the slowest possible way to get information.
I'm sorry, but I think it's crazy that they would rather pay for a CD which Jack has to make, dupe, mail out, rather than get the good stuff right away. Why would you possibly want to wait a month or so for new projects, when you can get them right away as soon as he's finished.
If they really wanted the site on CD, just get Internet Explorer, save the site as a web archive and burn a CD. Read/Write CD burners are way cheaper now.
Oh well, I thank Jack for what he has posted in the past and for what he has contributed and will contribute in the future. I can't help but think that somehow we have lost out a bit.
Call me greedy but not being able to link to a Mini-Booster or Mini-Tubes schematic online seems a crime.
soulsonic wrote:I have a printout of the MiniTubes, so I guess it's "safe". Anyone want me to redraw it post it up? It's really not that fancy - just a bunch of MiniBoosters all run together.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests