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Anyone know how to find an older ssl g384 compressor?
Old 21st September 2006
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Anyone know how to find an older ssl g384 compressor?

I need one and ebay has only one around
Old 21st September 2006
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I need one and ebay has only one around
Easy...

Buy an SSL G console and it comes built in.
Old 21st September 2006
  #3
Call someone like Vintage King...
Old 21st September 2006
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Make me an offer I can't refuse!

Mine has the all important pull knob on the auto fade
Old 21st September 2006
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Funky Junk in the UK currently have one on their website.
Old 21st September 2006
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Make me an offer I can't refuse!

Mine has the all important pull knob on the auto fade
what is that about, anyway? i used one for years, but either it didn't have that feature or no one used it...
Old 21st September 2006
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I waited a year until I finally found one at a decent price on here....patience my dear Anna kinheh
Old 22nd September 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SnakeCained View Post
Make me an offer I can't refuse!

Mine has the all important pull knob on the auto fade
heh And it IS a rockin knob too!
Old 22nd September 2006
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what is that about, anyway? i used one for years, but either it didn't have that feature or no one used it...
Changes the plismic curves on all the attacks and releases (even the fade out).
Old 22nd September 2006
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Old 22nd September 2006
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I offer...

Quote:
Originally Posted by SnakeCained View Post
Make me an offer I can't refuse!

Mine has the all important pull knob on the auto fade
$$$$$2850!!!!!!!!!!

surely you can't refuse...!
Old 23rd September 2006
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Changes the plismic curves on all the attacks and releases (even the fade out).
Plismic? Is that even a word? I STILL don't know what pulling the knob out does.
Old 25th September 2006
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Based on the ana-cana-ponistat circuit design.
Old 25th September 2006
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You will find one, they go for about $2800. They are great for a Drum Buss, Acoustics and Piano.

www.bluethumbproductions.com
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