Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Tjspahr1, Jul 12, 2019.
Need the code?
I had sorta the same issue with the Roli Seaboard I got at a pawnshop, but there is a way to get the software, just a tiny bit clunky (have to email them with a pic of the s/n to prove it's actually in your possession). I'm sure something can be worked out.
I always found it pretty impressive that the actor came up with all of that bit on his own. I can't imagine the film without it.
So did the OP find his registration or get a new one from sweetwater?
Suspense is killing me
or maybe re-title from
Sweetwater let down...
Thread let down...
Idea for a new sub forum:
Post your premature overreactions to a company/private seller who may or may not have actually failed to meet realistic expectations. NO discussion of facts, data, or reading the OP to identify whether or not the assertions therein are valid before posting a rebuttal.
Man I really want to write a scathing rebuttal about how this won't deliver world peace.
I’ve got a feeling you actually read it all, so you’re unfortunately disqualified.
It’s very likely that the codes are in the box. But installing the Fishman software is a usability NIGHTMARE. Everything about the process is as absolutely complicated as it can be. If you think finding the codes was hard, you’re in for a world of fun. And when you’re done, you’ll be lucky to play a whole song without a tracking issue.
My wife won't touch the dingus
David Patrick Kelly will always be Luther to me. The same way Andrew Robinson will always be Charles "Scorpio" Davis from "Dirty Harry."
They forgot my candy once.
I was kinda interested in the TriplePlay just prior to release, which was delayed while Fishman worked out deals with a few software companies for the included software package.
When the TriplePlay was finally released I recall being very put-off by Fishman's requirement that you needed to register your hardware in order to get access to the software editor - not, please note carefully, the sample players or the vst/vsti's or whatever else they included in the accompanying software bundle, but the software editor that could have no possible use other than making and changing settings on the TriplePlay.
I can understand, but not necessarily sympathize with, the need to be a registered user in order to have access to the rest of the software bundle, but needing to register the hardware in order to get the editor was, and is, completely unacceptable. There is no justification for it other than an attempt to restrict the second-hand market, and if Fishman is selling new codes for $30 it's more or less an attempt to tax the second-hand market.
I was never tempted to buy one.
Didn't know that! Love that movie, watched it over and over back in the day. Great tunes in it also.
Sorry, that must be my doing. I told SW sales engineer to skip the candy and throw me some Fender Medium picks. I hate cheap candy!
Have we established whether the candy was missing or not?