Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

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Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby GuitarPhil » Mon Nov 05, 2012 5:29 pm

Sorry if there is an answer to this somewhere here - I did look hard, honest!

I also tried to find it on the link to the Newtone website that Piet gives in his blog but no luck there either :(

I have been very impressed with the demo recordings of Dave Robinson using this new hardware unit that Piet has put so much research and effort into. A big thanks to him for all his hard work :thumbup:

Thanks in anticipation,

Phil.
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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby RogerCook » Mon Nov 05, 2012 6:55 pm

Hi Phil

Here's a link to the Newtone kit info. I suggest you email them at the address in the document and they will arrange to send you a Paypal invoice.

http://db.tt/zQTo5st1

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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby GuitarPhil » Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:05 pm

Thanks Roger :)
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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby keithmantle » Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:54 am

Or if you want one built and ready to go contact Ecca
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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby GuitarPhil » Wed Nov 07, 2012 2:48 pm

Thanks Keith but I'm actually looking forward to building it myself. I've built all sorts of stuff from amps to effect pedals but have not done any for a number of years. I should be ok as long as the old eyesight is up to it - I'll keep the magnifying glass handy ;)

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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby bazmusicman » Thu Nov 08, 2012 11:06 am

Your'll need a magnifying glass, a steady hand and a small soldering iron because the PCB is a lot smaller than it looks
on the Echotapper site.

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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby GuitarPhil » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:00 pm

bazmusicman wrote:Your'll need a magnifying glass, a steady hand and a small soldering iron because the PCB is a lot smaller than it looks
on the Echotapper site.

Best regards,
BAZ.


Cheers Baz.

Magnifying glass - check
Small Soldering Iron - check
Steady Hand - :roll:

I have three kits on order with Newtone. How does the size of the PCB compare with, say, a credit card?

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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby RogerCook » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:38 pm

Hi Phil

The motherboard is about 1/2in bigger than a credit card in both dimensions. The daughterboard (pre-assembled) is about 1/3 the size of a credit card.

There's a support etc forum here if you're interested

http://www.shadows-talk.co.uk/viewforum ... 3fb9432b22

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Re: Where to buy eTap2hw kit?

Postby GuitarPhil » Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:41 pm

Many thanks Roger for the info and link.

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