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Re: JamMan memory etc.
lucky dog (or unfortunate indidividual, depending on whether you get your
goodies or not)--I paid about $ 450 for those units and was pretty pleased
to get them for that ;)
Visionsoft ( 408.626.2633) ( visionsoft.com) was the cheapest source of
upgrade 70 ns ZIP's--fast shippers, too.
part #14PGZP7 ask for the ones for the Jamman--they know what they are
$7.95 each (you need 4) and they charged me $7 for freight--$39 total.
by the way, they don't do RAM upgrade chips for laptops, but Chip Merchants
(800.426.6375) do--just ordered 32 MEG EDO DRAM for my new Toshiba--$62 2
day FED EXed to my door--about 40% less than the next best price!
BTW, be careful when you pull the screws from the case . . . the screws
like Phillips heads, but they're different enuf so that you can strip them
easily l . . . like I did
does this guy have any $100 Moog Rogues he wants to part with?
From: Jonathan El-Bizri <email@example.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Monday, October 19, 1998 4:17 PM
Subject: JamMan memory etc.
> I just bought a Vortex and a Jamman for $300 over the net. This seemed
>an almost shadily good deal indeed (is it?) since I had recently seen them
>going for more than that individually, but after fingering the seller's
>email and talking to him on the phone, I decided that it was as safe as
>used gear deal I had done over the net and went ahead with it.
> So now I am waiting for UPS to show up with my potential bundle of COD
>rage/joy (depending in whether everything works out or not), so that I can
>join in the looping madness.
> However, the JamMan has only 8 seconds of memory. I understand that the
>type of memory it uses can be difficult/expensive to obtain. Can anyone
>recommend a source? Are they even still available anywhere?