I guess all good things must come to an end...Yep. Love the man, but he does have a habit of retiring pedals
Hehe... I've got #20 and #109... so one with the "original" transistors, and one with the new transistors. Neither are for sale . I understand why he decided to d/c the new pedal, although I must say it's not bad by any stretch! Yes, A/B'd with the original I prefer the original, but if I wasn't directly A/B-ing, I'd probably have a harder time choosing which I liked better. BUT - I understand where Marc is coming from; if it isn't up to par with his ideas of the sound he's going for, then it should be d/c'd until the right components are available.Dayum....... Glad I have #001 here.
Ha Ha! It is kind of a personal problem, seeing that I sold my Pink Flesh and was looking to get another. However, the Pink Flesh you're referring to hasn't been a problem in the last 11+ years of marriage! Thanks for your concern though! :AOKHa I read your title and thought "sounds like a personal problem to me".
All remaining orders will be filled using the original transistors. Only Ben has that version (and a certain dealer in a certain city/state/nation/island has a few), and I intend to return them all to original specs if their owners will consent.Does anyone know the serial number from where the "original" transistors were replaced with "new" transistors?
Wow - I feel kinda honored.All remaining orders will be filled using the original transistors. Only Ben has that version (and a certain dealer in a certain city/state/nation/island has a few), and I intend to return them all to original specs if their owners will consent.
His was a custom job that took a long time to complete--hence the serial number lag.In this thread when Marc announced the original Pink Flesh news he commented on the serial # change briefly and stated around #142. I guess Ben C's #109 must have been a trial run?
No.Aren't the Top Fuel and the Pink Flesh the same thing?