Bastl for the Tin Shed?

#1

Any love or interest in seeing Bastl in the Tin Shed store at all. Trying to gauge if its viable or not.
cheers
chris

#2

modules or machines (Thyme, Dude, etc) or both?

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#3

At this stage just the Euro modules mate

#4

Don’t have any of their modules but have always had an appreciation for their innovative take on euro. Weren’t available locally so never investigated further. If I was starting over again now or new to euro and they were available and affordable locally, I’d invest in their utilities and maybe a CV trinity. Popcorn always fascinated me. Never liked the faux timber face plates though. I’m sure if you stocked Dark Matters ( casper collab right ) they would sell like hot cakes!

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#5

I’d be keen on their kits.

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#6

I say go for it. Their stuff is rad

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#7

thanks mate. Yeah i got some of the Timber ones when i first got started and although funky they were a pain to fix into the rack and i ended up cracking one

#8

noted…cheers mate

#9

I’m heading that way :slight_smile:

#10

Hey Chris, I just joined the group but wanted to add a vote of interest. I’m keen to get a hold of the new Bastl “Timber” (waveshaper). Not sure if they are planning to bring out a DIY version yet.

#11

second on not a fan of the wood panels, but would definitely end up grabbing something or other somewhere along the lime. maybe the Skis

#12

I was just looking into getting another Skis, and would much rather buy local, so a definite yes from me. Strong preference for the aluminium panels.

#13

just to clarify, I also prefer the aluminium panels, it’s just unfortunate that the new Bastl waveshaper module I’m after is titled “timber”

#14

Interested in 1983

#15

Thanks everyone for taking the time to give some feedback.
I have some Bastl modules ( including a few kits) on way.
If you have something specific in mind shoot me a PM or email and I can let you know if its already in or add it to the order before it gets shipped later this week

cheers
chris