Man that's about perfect except for the Wave Folder that has the card sticking out. And actually I'm going to be tradinbthat in for the SMT version that came put recently, so that bag might fit it perfectly.
This particular OB-Xa will be in my studio for the next year or more. It's on loan from STG Sound Labs™ and I will eventually be replacing key bushings and adding a MIDI retrofit. In the meantime, I am at liberty to record as many tracks as I can, and also just play with it, so I'm pretty thrilled about this.
It currently is only a 7-voice, as Old Crow has one of the voice boards in his shop in order to clone it, insuring the longevity of these massive and wonderful instruments.
STG has offered to let me hang on to it until Uli releases the UB-Xa, since I will very likely be getting one of those. For those of you not following the story, Uli has finished the layout of the main boards, so there has been a bit of progress made so far.
I promise to upload some video or tracks or something, although I am waist deep in studio projects at the moment. I am about halfway finished with my control room treatments, and I have a handful of vintage restorations on the bench as well. Beyond that, I have dozens of small projects in the works and then if course there's the playing and writing and recording that I need to be doing..
So Clav, do you know this Mike guy that owns/operates Chicago StompWorks pedals? I've been rebuilding my pedal board (and playing and writing again in the process, yay). I'm looking at his stuff and it's unbelievably cheap for some exact copies of the best, most classic pedals evah, and all discrete/handwired to boot. And he'll even do dual pedals, I think he still does them, I'm thinking about a TS808 clone going into a RAT in the same box. I think it would be perfect.
Gotta sell some camera lenses nao. LULZ