Is there a Paul C./Tim/Timmy Website?

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  1. d-b

    d-b Member

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    Where can I go (other than here) to learn more about the Timmy?

    :munch
     
  2. Aj_rocker

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    not yet, he has said he wants to get one, as long with a name for the brand (rather than paul C).


    AJ
     
  3. cber1517

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    You can call Paul Cochrane directly at 615.896.8555. He does not have a website yet. I think he prefers calls between 7 and 9 p.m. CST. Very nice guy!
     
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    As above. So far, the best place to go to learn more is right here ;)
     
  5. sandman

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    Exactly. Here's my own in depth review.
     
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    anybody have an email address for him? or his membername on here?
     
  7. d-b

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    I found his email...that sould be cool right? I really like the idea of buying gear from someone that doesn't even have a brand or a website:D
     
  8. Last Nerve

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    Your best bet is to call.
    He might not get the email for a week or so.
     
  9. phileo17

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    paul does answer his email nowadays :) he's churning them pedals out full time now so an email would find its way to him too if u're unable to call him at that stipulated time up above.. paul is a nice person to chat with though so give it a shot and ring him :) i did...heh..and i'm from halfway round the world...heh
     
  10. adamthemute

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    Just curious...how much gain is available on the Tim pedal?
     
  11. clothwiring

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    low-med OD. Sticking to the lower side.
     
  12. sandman

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    I disagree, kick in teh boost and it gets quite crunchy...but we all have our own definitions of low,mid and high gain.
     
  13. joejazzguitar

    joejazzguitar Silver Supporting Member

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    ... with Paul for both a Tim and a Timmy via email. He confirmed receipt of my order and the pricing / shipping costs in less than two days.

    Seems like a very cordial, polite guy....

    joe
     
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    Thanks for the quick answers...I think I'll give this PaulC a ring.
     
  15. d-b

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    so what is the difference in the Tim and Timmy... I am sorting through tons of results of a search but would love a quick answer.
     
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  17. 59Vampire

    59Vampire Silver Supporting Member

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    How does a timmy compare to a zendrive?
     
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    Maybe some other minor difference, but mainly the TIM has a boost switch, as well as an effects loop. I think the Timmy may have 1 more clipping option, not sure though. Never actually held a Tim, so this is just second hand info. I have had a timmy though. Very nice pedal, although I sold it thinking some day soon I will get a Tim. Would like to have that loop option.
     
  20. Zero Point

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    I still think PaulC should call his company: Big Pointy Teeth

    :D

    -ZP
     

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