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> Kent, does Yamaha really still have the facilities to make IG
> were made on very, very old machines using very old fashionedprocess
> techniques.need to
> Possibly they have a stock of unbonded dies / wafers they simply
> package up.to
> On Nov 19 2007, kent_spong wrote:
> >Yes, £40 GBP
> >yes, I can ship to the states
> >yes, they are easy to fit.
> >yes, they are a direct replacment.
> >yes, they still have the same functionality and you do not have
> >reajust anything on the BA board.of
> >As for VCO's
> >Yamaha Japan are listening at last. I am putting together a list
> >people who want to buy full sets of the final rock steady issueto
> >IG00153. Once I get enough people signed up they will do a run of
> >them. I got Yamaha UK as go between, but I need more guy's on the
> >--- In email@example.com, "billwolfer" <bill.wolfer@>
> >> Kent, in my browser that came out as ?40. Are we talking pounds,
> >> dollars or euros? Can you ship to the states? How hard are they
> >> into place? Do they still have the same functionality in that
> >> start anywhere on the ribbon, moving left is exponential, right
> >> linear? lots of questions. one more: how are you fixed forbefore.
> >> chips?
> >> Bill
> >> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kent_spong" <kent_spong@>
> >> >
> >> > I'm sorry guy's. I thought I already posted this message
> >> >Level
> >> > I have a batch of brand new ribbon controller springs that me
> >> > RLMusic had specially made that I fit into all the KSR80
> >> > They are not cheap I'm afraid as the manufacturing costs was
> >> > high.
> >> > They work out at about ï¿½40 each.
> >> >