[sdiy] Remember the Internet Archive (Re: EKO Stradivarius)

Rutger Vlek rutgervlek at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 10:14:39 CEST 2022


I'm not sure what exactly you are suggesting
...

This is a rare 70s machine, so the service manual may have never existed in
digital form. So luttele chance of finding it in the archive. OR are you
suggesting to put it there?

R.

Op vr 1 apr. 2022 15:57 schreef Anthony Carrico <acarrico at memebeam.org>:

> Remember the Internet Archive (at archive.org) for this kind of thing:
>
> On 3/28/22 04:36, Rutger Vlek via Synth-diy wrote:
> > Brief update: service manual is now also posted on GearSlutz (I mean...
> > GearSpace):
> ...
> >             Arriving back home, I opened it up, wondering what to find
> >             inside. The first, and best surprise was: a service manual
> >             with full schematics stitched to the inside of the case!
> >             Since this instrument is so rare and I could not find any
> >             technical info online, I decided to scan and share it with
> >             you (assuming that any legal restrictions are long overdue).
> >             EDIT: attatchment turned out too big for this list, so
> >             available on request and submitted to synfo.nl
> >             <http://synfo.nl>.____
>
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