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Re: New Repeater in 12-24 months !
They just said they would add to the product line. Hell they could just slap a new cover on the thing to "re-introduce" it....yeah know...I'll believe it when I see it.
On 3/30/07, Bob Weigel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hehe...I missed this. I had an actual dealing like this with a company
called Kalix in the early 90's when the ensoniq soundscape card was
announced..then they balked on the idea and said they would sell the
chips to other mfgs. These guys made all these promises then lamed with
stories about creative labs suing them if they didn't rewrite the
literature etc.. All the time Ensoniq knew they had bought no chips at
all and were making promises. I grilled them good on this and they said
something about having to keep quiet for fear of being black balled in
the industry. Gee...I never knew the electronic music industry was run
by mafia. hehe. Man. I barely got my money back on a long long long
credit card chargeback. -Bob
mark sottilaro wrote:
>Yeah, and if anyone wants to paypal me money I'll take
>deposits for it because I'm sure it's right around the
>corner. I can practically taste it!Make sure you sell
>your current looper too. Send me the proceeds of that
>as well and I'll include special
>p1lz. Be welsh be salaried!
>--- "Weideman, Gary" <Gary.Weideman@bankofamerica.com>
>>Laguna Hills, California (March 19, 2007) - Newly
>>formed SBD Music,
>>Inc., based in Laguna Hills, Calif., has acquired
>>Electrix Pro, Inc., a
>>leader in manufacturing professional audio
>>SBD Music, Inc. also announces they have appointed a
>>board of directors
>>consisting of Mark Buhler, Charles Dotson and Adam
>>"We saw a tremendous opportunity to acquire a very
>>well respected brand
>>name in Electrix. We are planning to re-introduce
>>new versions of the
>>Electrix products over the next twelve to twenty
>>four months", says Adam
>>Scolaro, president of SBD Music, Inc.
>>"We are going to continue manufacturing high quality
>>Electrix is known for, and try to build and expand
>>the product line",
>>added Mark Buhler.
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