Be very grateful how inexpensive Phil's encoders are...

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Be very grateful how inexpensive Phil's encoders are...

Postby 2.4g shaun » Thu Feb 25, 2016 6:14 pm

http://www.calorr.com/galloping-ghost.html

Have a look at the reed emulator.

Does anybody want to rent my reed set for 30 quid a week first 2 weeks and then 15 quid after that.... you'll get it when you've visited the site.

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Re: Be very grateful how inexpensive Phil's encoders are...

Postby jackdaw » Fri Feb 26, 2016 12:59 am

Eye watering prices! Cant see him getting many customers or renters.
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Re: Be very grateful how inexpensive Phil's encoders are...

Postby 2.4g shaun » Fri Feb 26, 2016 1:25 am

I wouldn't bank on that . A few years ago a guy in the USA bought an OS 12 reed set from me for 600 pounds. Working in nice condition but only had 1 bonner with it.
I didn't complain but was amazed. Clearly America is the place to sell retro & vintage gear.
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