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    Bass Guitar From a Commodore 64

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    I'm not positive, but I think that girl just out-geeked all of us here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I'm not positive, but I think that girl just out-geeked all of us here.
    I think Brent could build one!
    Last edited by Dan Mooney; 01-15-2014 at 08:34 PM.
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    Speaking of geek basses...

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    Now if only she could have incorporated the 1530 datasette for 2 track recording.
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    I'm proud of that fact I had one of those with a 300baud modem!! Dataset, Phospher green momitor and the really cool, what was it...Microtek dot matrix printer! We used to dial in to the Business Dept main frame at Fresno State and do our prosims on rainy weekend nights...very, very old school!!! It was a big move up from my Vic 20!!
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    She had me at low pass filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    I'm proud of that fact I had one of those with a 300baud modem!! Dataset, Phospher green momitor and the really cool, what was it...Microtek dot matrix printer! We used to dial in to the Business Dept main frame at Fresno State and do our prosims on rainy weekend nights...very, very old school!!! It was a big move up from my Vic 20!!
    I still have my Vic 20 and it still works.
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