Damage Control Timelime and other products now available!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Datsyuk, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. Datsyuk

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    Well I'll be damned. I might buy another glass nexus and timeline as extra backups in case they become obscure again. Yup they are that good.
     
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    Cool...now all they need to do is re-design the ugly/bulky box.
     
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    glad to see them back, but they got rid of their forums...
     
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    I heard at one point they were going to be absorbed by Peavey or something.

    I don't know of their stuff, but cool to see business staying afloat in these times.
     
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    YES!
    Thank you!
     
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    It is great to hear that they are coming back. I love that big case, it does something to me when I see it. I wonder if that relationship with Peavey was the problem all along.
     
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    ohhhh no... major major GAS coming on! where's the tums?
    screw that, where's the 400 bucks?
    what's that, bank account, i don't have 400 bucks?
    guess i'm selling my mandolin!
     
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    It certainly wasn't looking good there for a while!

    My next question is how long it will take to get new product to retailers? I would buy a Timeline right now direct but after doing the math I would save around $100 by purchasing from a Canadian retailer when you factor in exchange rate, shipping and potentially brutal brokerage fees. Perhaps if any of you see new product available at your local retailers you can chime in and let me know. The Timeline is finally within my grasp!!
     
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    those clips sound sooooo good.... i've got the pedalboard real estate now too......
     
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    You know, I am excited for you. I know you have been chasing a Timeline for some time now, and I am so certain that you will be absolutely happy with it. It is a great unit, and it sounds fantastic.

    As for the price, is it me or did every single piece of music gear go up by like $30~$50 this year? It is insane! I was thinking about buying a Gibson Explorer when they were going for around $1100, next time I know boom! $1500!!! yikes! I think the Timeline is selling for $450 now...
     
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    Mmmm... Glass Nexus. That is sooooooo tempting! Must... resist...
     
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    Is it just me or are there TOO MANY amazing new delay pedals coming out? These latest hybrid analog/digital designs, like the new Seymour Duncan, really interest me. The concept's long overdue.

    Think I have to wait just a little bit longer before committing...
     
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    Well I just ordered a Timeline from Damage Control. God help me when I see the final bill including duty fees. The Canadian dollar is once again a joke and so a $399 USD product plus $50 USD for shipping blossoms into a lovely $578.55 CDN total and this doesn't include duty/brokerage fees which I can expect to be another $100. So I will be paying around $700 CDN for my 4th delay pedal. I need help! What a weird blend of excitement and nausea. I hope this product blows me away as much as I am hoping it will. :huh
     
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    I'll be getting another timeline.
     
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    YIKES IS RIGHT!!:jo
     
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    Considering your exhaustive research and trials of vast products, specifically delays, I'll take this as a major endorsement of the Timeline.
     

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