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Snarl snarl - it's Silicon Rangemaster
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http://www.diystompboxes.com/smfforum/i ... #msg990681

Might be worth a read through, there was talk and links to various ones, still on my shopping list
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Kev77 wrote: Is that " in limbo" delay Johnny you mention? That trem is bonkers good, :clap:
need a painted enclosure? I have ideas.
Yeah I'd be quite lost without his help on this one. The In Limbo is my favourite delay too. The Limbo 2 makes me want both.

I'm just working on the layout now. It's going to be portrait with top-mounted jacks and DC. The fader is going to be vertical and on the right. :crazy:

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Limbo delay is amazing. I've pm'd you .

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TmcB wrote:It's a Naga VIper, which is of course a Silicon Rangemaster
Beautiful, I bet it sounds great! I Vaguely remember there being one of the Dallas Rangemaster's in my Dad's effects cupboard when I was a kid, think he ended up losing it or getting it stolen at a gig :( Closest I have got to one right now is my McPherson 'Red Boost' pedal which I really like.

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Woah kev... them pedals be looking fine!

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Cdog wrote:Woah kev... them pedals be looking fine!
thanks chief - I've stopped doing enclosures for the moment as it never really worked out fairly with the people I was trading with.
but if you ever need a box done, PM me
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+1 for the Limbo! I've borrowed the new one. It's sick!

Here's how the one turned out that Jonny/Eightytape did the code for:

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Matt from the band Ghost Wave in Auckland did the art design. I'm pretty stoked with how it came together :D

Building the final version next week hopefully. Although they never seem to stay final for long.

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TmcB wrote:Image

Made this for a fourmite, pretty happy with it!
Slick!

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Spruce_Moose wrote:+1 for the Limbo! I've borrowed the new one. It's sick!

Here's how the one turned out that Jonny/Eightytape did the code for:

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Matt from the band Ghost Wave in Auckland did the art design. I'm pretty stoked with how it came together :D

Building the final version next week hopefully. Although they never seem to stay final for long.
Awesomeness!!!

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Shit, things have got next level around here.

A challenger appears!

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Spruce_Moose wrote:+1 for the Limbo! I've borrowed the new one. It's sick!

Here's how the one turned out that Jonny/Eightytape did the code for:

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Matt from the band Ghost Wave in Auckland did the art design. I'm pretty stoked with how it came together :D

Building the final version next week hopefully. Although they never seem to stay final for long.
:clap: :clap: :clap:

I love everything about this, from the concept to the design!
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TmcB wrote:Shit, things have got next level around here.

A challenger appears!

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Schwing!

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All cool finishing bros. Real nice work. I should have a dig for some pics of what I've been up to :)

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Spruce_Moose wrote:+1 for the Limbo! I've borrowed the new one. It's sick!

Here's how the one turned out that Jonny/Eightytape did the code for:

Image

Matt from the band Ghost Wave in Auckland did the art design. I'm pretty stoked with how it came together :D

Building the final version next week hopefully. Although they never seem to stay final for long.
how do I get one?
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