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Re: advice sought: taking apart the DL4

Thanks, Jim.
As for the disassembling the DL4 part, I've already done that. The 
tricky part (for me) was to pull of the five knobs on the top - for 
which you need to pull hard (e.g. with a pair of channellocks covered by 
some cloth) to get them off.

As for suggestions for a replacement - keep 'em coming!


Jim Goodin schrieb:
> Rainer I just bought a Hardwire Delay/Looper that just got yesterday 
> and have not eval'd but will report soon.  I liked it's spec's 
> particularly for travel which was partly my reason.
> Jim
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 1:51 PM, Rainer Straschill 
> <moinsound@googlemail.com <mailto:moinsound@googlemail.com>> wrote:
>     On the current minimalist trip, I discovered that my DL4 has
>     obviously ceased to function.
>     Question:
>     can anyone tell me (or point me to a document that explains) how
>     to take apart the DL4 properly (dismounting PCB etc.)?
>     Yours,
>             Rainer
>     ps: and failing that - is there anything you'd like to recommend
>     as a replacement - thinking ahead a bit here. Requirements: should
>     do cool delays mainly (like the sweeping filter of the DL4). A
>     nice looper would also be fine. Varispeed for delays a plus but
>     not required.
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