dead bird singing

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  1. that sucks lol... just sent you a msg, not sure why is that.. otherwise we need one of those homing / carrier pigeons..
  2. thanks
  3. good luck then... looking forward to hear more got the speedballer liner too btw.. should receive it someday next week.. happy as a kid on Christmas day
  4. pm.. or we move the thread to another section? got me curious
  5. just ordered the al brodeur s workhorse, but the wire shrink sounds like a good idea. sometimes it s not the bad quality of a clipcord, but my swivel chair / stool wheels going over the thin plastic around the wiring.. so that would help give better protection thanks mate
  6. checked again, clips was on the rusto.. the speedballer runs at 150-160 unloaded. slightly faster than the rusto although I doubt one would notice any major difference (/from 140-50).
  7. checked it out.. .speaking of workhorse irons.. was just yesterday looking at soba s speedballer liner / mini rusto.. have you ever got your hands on any? just youtubed some reviews.. came across a Scottish accented guy.. thought it had to be paul (nippyneedle) that way might make it all in one order... once I decide which machine to go for. thanks again
  8. thanks mark, will check that out. was also looking at tatsoul's heavy duty.. comes with a 5 yr guarantee, if it lasts me a year I m happy/. and deathless cords..
  9. amazing work.. especially the first one... and floki
  10. looking into clip cords. am buying from reputable suppliers, but always end up having them wearing away. partially my fault as am often rolling the stool wheels on as i work.. was wondering if anyone knows of any source that might sell more durable / heavy duty ones... perhaps thicker cables.. good conductivity.... something i wont have to replace after a couple of months. if in europe better, if not.. just as fine. thanks in advance
  11. looking into clip cords. am buying from reputable suppliers, but always end up having them wearing away. partially my fault as am often rolling the stool wheels on as i work.. was wondering if anyone knows of any source that might sell more durable / heavy duty ones... perhaps thicker cables.. good conductivity.... something i wont have to replace after a couple of months. if in europe better, if not.. just as fine. thanks in advance
  12. looking into clip cords. am buying from reputable suppliers, but always end up having them wearing away. partially my fault as am often rolling the stool wheels on as i work.. was wondering if anyone knows of any source that might sell more durable / heavy duty ones... perhaps thicker cables.. good conductivity.... something i wont have to replace after a couple of months. if in europe better, if not.. just as fine. thanks in advance
  13. looking into clip cords. am buying from reputable suppliers, but always end up having them wearing away. partially my fault as am often rolling the stool wheels on as i work.. was wondering if anyone knows of any source that might sell more durable / heavy duty ones... perhaps thicker cables.. good conductivity.... something i wont have to replace after a couple of months. if in europe better, if not.. just as fine. thanks in advance
  14. just realised i did a double post. any op lurkin around, feel free to delete one. sorry bout that
  15. whoever did this clip must have had a bug / secret fly with a hidden camera in my shop.. happens every second day thought i might share