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    Tascam series 40 in grey?

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    What do you think? or do you prefer the beige/brown combo? I was having fun in photoshop and thought a two tone grey would look pretty cool, I also added some lighted transport controls for fun.


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    I prefer yours.

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    Hmm, not bad looking in grey, had thoughts about painting one in black

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    Can you make a pink one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talldog View Post
    Can you make a pink one?
    Yep, right after I build a purple one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage Texas View Post
    Hmm, not bad looking in grey, had thoughts about painting one in black
    If it wouldn't be for the silkscreening, I bet it would be relatively easy to paint the cabinet parts...

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    Find out what company created the finished product on this RT-909 conversion and we might be on to something!

    http://reeltoreelworld.blogspot.com/...k-edition.html
    The interface said to use "Windows XP or higher"...

    ... I used tape...

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    Nice job Mastercontrol! That's one of the sexiest R2Rs I've evern seen!
    famous beagle

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    Or what about the red Technics RS-1500 at the Tape Project?

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    I've seen those tape project decks, it looks like a lot of work goes into those, some are a little "loud" for my taste. They also sell for a good chunk of change!

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