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Re: JaM-Man schematics....
I have mad scanning skillz yo, and am willing to better the world-
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim Flint" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2001 12:04 AM
Subject: Re: JaM-Man schematics....
> Hi Maneco-
> I actually have the complete service manuals for both the jamman and the
> vortex, including the schematics. Lexicon gave them to me to put on
> Looper's Delight, but I've never had time to deal with all the scanning
> since they are only in hard copy and fairly long. Twice now people have
> volunteered to do this job for me and I made copies of the manuals and
> delivered it to them, and then they flaked out and disappeared. So these
> docs are still not available to people. (if any *reliable* people with
> scanning skills are interested in doing this project and bettering the
> world as a result, let me know.)
> If you have some specific question to ask about them, let me know and
> I can help you out.
> At 08:29 PM 10/18/2001, maneco tacuarembo wrote:
> >does anyone have these?
> >i've built a 12 bit delay,with 76 seconds,and i would like to know how
> >improve it...
> >now there´s a new rom,check bob sellon's page,looks like an incredible
> >machine now....
> >i'd also like to have the vortex circuits,i'm interested in learning
> >about it...
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> Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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