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Where's the DIY section on Aiken's site?


 
9/13/2003 5:47 AM
fooberg Where's the DIY section on Aiken's site?
hey..is it just me or did aiken take out the DIY section from his page...i can't find it.. it is late...but still...thanks.
 
9/13/2003 6:28 AM
Dai Hirokawa
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DIY section? Is that this or something else?  
 
http://www.aikenamps.com/TechInfo.htm
 
 
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9/13/2003 7:09 AM
fooberg
naw,  
there was a diy section with a headswitcher and a footswitch and stuff...
 
9/13/2003 10:45 AM
Dai Hirokawa
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I guess he did (remove it).
 
9/13/2003 11:42 AM
Jeff
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He probably got tired of people (like me) bothering him.......  
 
Jeff
 
9/14/2003 2:07 AM
Charlie Turner
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Go to http://www.archive.org then type in www.aikenamps.com in the box next to "The Wayback Machine", and choose one of the the entries from 2001, or 2002. I just tried it, and it worked for me. It also has the superspice stuff that he appears to have also removed from his site.  
 
 
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9/14/2003 7:13 AM
fooberg
Ya...  
but none of pdf's work...  
i got a couple of them by using the url from wayback and typing it into aiken's site...  
but... i wanted to get the 4channel or 3 channel footswitch schem...but i can't find it..boo hoo...  
thanks for help...need more help
 
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