Crowther Audio Hotcake - Who Sells Them?

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  1. onestop

    onestop Silver Supporting Member

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    Did a Google search and bought one a long time ago from a distributor in LA who's no longer in business. Anyone else selling these within the states or Canada?
     
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    Don't know about possible distributers, but you can get them from Paul Crowther himself: croth[at]clear.net.nz

    He actually sells them for less than what the used ones go for.
     
  3. Jack

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    musictoyz has them sometimes
     
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    If you aren't in a hurry, buy it straight from Paul. It's a little cheaper than what you see them for elsewhere.

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  5. codeorama

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    Are these the pedals that were made for Vox AC30's in particular?
     
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    Love my Hotcake!
     
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    Not really but they work well with them.
     
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    Ok.. thanks for the answer..!
     
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    Yes.
     
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    I met Paul a while ago, he's a good dude. Pretty old school, doesn't really do any promotion or marketing for his pedals, no website or anything, just a email address and a soldering iron.

    I think the Hotcake and the Prunes'n'Custard are fantastic, as are the Double Cake and the Bluesberry.
     

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