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Re: Looperlative LP2 review
I will buy one when I am satisfied that it's ready for prime time.
On Apr 8, 2013, at 8:08 AM, Ted Killian <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all of that gear appetite-whetting information.
> I have sort of been sitting on the sidelines waiting for production of
> the LP-2 to get into full-swing before making a move to buy one.
> I sometimes despair that the process will ever get there.
> Presently there seems to be a substantial and slow-moving queue for
> units built in small batches...or one at a time.
> I don't blame Bob - it's just the nature of how things are.
> I don't get in that queue because one month I have money and the next
> month I don't.
> And that's another aspect of "just just the nature of how things are."
> I think it would be wonderful if somehow Kickstarter could be used to
> jump-start production, marketing, and sales to the point that he could
> hire employees and get the whole thing up and going to where all he had
> to do was supervise and not build every single unit himself (probably a
> naive notion).
> Your review is tantalizing...and I continue to wait.
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