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RE:Time for digitech machine page
Kim Flint wrote:
> At 3:22 PM -0800 1/19/98, Stephen P. Goodman wrote:
> >KRosser414 <KRosser414@aol.com> asked:
> >>appears to be capable of some great stuff, but I need a manual. Anyone
> >>have one? I'd gladly pay for a xerox & postage...
> >I've got their number at home, which I called when I got MINE - and got
> >manual FREE.
> hey, if someone wants to scan the manual, I'd be happy to put it on the
> Also, lots of great info has been posted about this box. It would be
> if someone could complile it all into a FAQ for the Time Machine page.
> poor lonely page sure could use someone to take care of it!
> Just think of the fame and self promotion it would gain you... Looper's
> Delight gets over 3000 hits a week. All those people looking at YOUR
> handywork....imagine: the job offers come streaming in....overflowing
> accounts....new home studio toys....parties with rock stars and super
> models....it could all be yours, just for one measly web page.....
> Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
> email@example.com | http://www.annihilist.com/loop/loop.html
> http://www.annihilist.com/ | Loopers-Delightfirstname.lastname@example.org
Kim... I love the Digitech Time Machine......
I love Music made with the digitech time machine....
I love the loopers delight web page....
I'm just not smart enough to post my own web page....
I had to be good at something and it wasn't computers