Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by The lamb, Apr 1, 2008.
with extra knob.
Looks cool....where did you get this and where is the clip?
This one was custom build, I don't know when will be commercials.
Hope you enjoyed.:AOK
I'm sorry but those house shoes need to go.
Builder said commercials may be in another box size and add some extra feature
More information later. :AOK
I know it's an endless discussion...
but I find it disturbing that someone has ripped of a unique design that one guy developed, and has made his living from....
especially when it even includes the unique housing.
I have no problem with the guy doing it for his own use, but if it's a commercial venture, then to me it's just stealing.
What does the "strain" knob do?
How generous of them to do so!
Agreed +1 Million infinities! I'm just speechless. I know a lot of people will want to buy these clones but it's just downright sad and totally bad karma man... Even with the enclosures!
If someone steals your car and sells it, they're also supplying demand.
But the person who steals it, and the person who buys it knowing it's stolen are both not nice people IMO.
That argument could be used to justify ANY form of theft. Glad you're showing your colors in such a clear fashion.
HAHAHA...dont like lil blue bears?
I think theft is too strong a word. No laws are being broken, after all.
Yes, right and wrong can be a matter of opinion... that's why I actually said : "TO ME it's just stealing".
You made the argument that the guy was supplying demand.
My point was that supplying demand is not always a valid justification.
Not ridiculous at all, you just didn't understand it.
What facts are you referring to ?
Let me see if I can say it more slowly and simply for you: "In my opinion", what the guy is doing is morally wrong. OK ?
I don't understand how this can't be considered theft.
What if Allan Holdsworth.... wait this is TGP -- what if Robben Ford decided he would make an album and not release it to the world, but simply occasionally sell it to a few people a year who contacted him and asked for it. Also, he would play and record it specifically for the person who asked for it.
Now what if you stole one of those albums and released it -- at varying quality to the rest of the world via the internet. I don't understand how this could be justified, especially by any sort of economics. Its just not right.
Guys if you are going to fight, please do it faster, i haven't slept in a week and today i want to go to bed, so please hurry up, i really want to see where this one goes!