SO im on Paul C's Timmy list.

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by mcormier, Feb 13, 2006.


  1. mcormier

    mcormier Guest

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    as of several minutes ago, im on the list. I cant wait.
     
  2. David-R

    David-R Supporting Member

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    Take a deep breath, it'll be a long wait - but hopefully worth it.
     
  3. fr8_trane

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    Yeah I just got on last week. He quoted me 6 weeks lead. I've seen a few posts where it took 2-3 months:eek:. The good news is that he seems to have some kind of price reduction policy for an unduly long wait. I've got plenty of pedals to keep me busy until then.
     
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    That's the spirit... :AOK
     
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    i ordered a Tim and a Timmy yesterday, and Paul told me Early-mid april. however, he was stressing the fact that he was going to hire some help to aid him in his catching-up. if this all turns out well...im hoping that he'll get caught up for much of the work ahead of him.
     
  6. mcormier

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    he told me 7-8 weeks. im sure it will be worth it. all ive ever heard about it is "Amazing"
     
  7. Coach

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    do you have to pay immediatly or is it like FoxRox and you pay when your unit is ready for you? I've got some bad Tim/Timmy (don't know which one yet) gas. :p
     
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    you pay when he's ready to ship.....he also gives you a week's trial period if it's not for you
     
  9. drolling

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    You don't pay till you get the call from Paul.

    I did a lot of reading here and went w/a Timmy, based on its popularity. My pedal arrived in about 3 months and it was well worth the wait. I immediately picked up the phone and ordered another one (there are dip switches inside that significantly change the sound) and a Tim as well.

    Given the wait time and the ridiculously low prices, If I were you, I'd get both. I wish I had.
     
  10. mcormier

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    what does the tim do that the timmy doesnt?
     
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    Its got a separate boost channel and a built in FX loop. Its also quite a bit larger than the timmy and goes for ~$150.
     

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