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Nice! Thanks for the head's up. Pedals seem to be one of those things I always put off buying, go figure.
My ONE complaint about those style of pedals, though, is that they tend to creep away as I'm using them. Not a problem for pedals that get an occasional stomp, but for something I tend to ride, like a sustain pedal, I wind up chasing it across the floor.
But hey... six bucks? Easy-peasy.
I do that too, always doing the Macarena on one leg while trying to fish the pedal out with the other leg.
ZT AMD FX-6100 Desktop
Unlocked 6 Core / 3.3 GHz AMD processor
16 GB memory
2 TB Hard Drive
Wireless Keyboard & Mouse
Lifetime 24/7 support
USA assembly Upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for $14.99 when it comes out 2nd year warranty from Costco
3rd year warranty from American Express, if you use your card
Expandability (total bays/slots):
2 x 5.25" Exposed (1x occupied)
1 x 3.5" Exposed (1x occupied)
4 x 3.5" Hidden (1x occupied)
1 x PCIe x16
1 x PCIe x1
2 x PCI
8 x USB 2.0 ports (2 Front, 6 Rear)
6 x Audio ports
1 x DVI-D port
1 x VGA port
1 x HDMI port
1 x PS/2 keyboard / mouse port
1 x RJ45 network port
1 x eSATA port
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In July we have seen several deals showing up... Ok so right now we have:
. Maschine and Maschine Mikro at discounted prices . NI Summer Sale . Image Line has everything at 40% off this month . Audiomidi is back with some no brainer deals (nothing I'd want tho) . Arturia dropped the price on all their plugins to 99 dollars or less (this might be permanent, too) . Crazyfoo will trade his Jup-80 for candy
MusiciansFriend 15% sale this weekend on transaction value over $599.
the 15% is the normal "spiff" for these weekend sales, and the list of exclusions is pretty long.
But when I noticed Hammond was not excluded, I bit the bullet and picked up a new Hammond SK1 I have been lusting after, included an SKB hard case for under $2K with tax, for the package.
Alesis QS8.1 in SC, no ship, $200 (no bids as of now), auction ends tomorrow. If someone local wants a bargain on an 88 key piano action controller that just happens to have pretty good sounds, here you go: