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New webpage is up

Postby Bassmann1968 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:10 am

Guys, check out the new webpage!

Looking good!!
Armin

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby TobiasMan » Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:04 pm

Looks great, nice and clean, and everything works (except for the smilies in the forum).

Only one glitch. Under the "About" tab, just below the bold text is this line:

"DNA cabinets feature custom-built speakers, only available through All cabinets are designed with unique ports and acoustic features that deliver high efficiency and high performance tone." There appear to be some words missing after 'only available through'. The second sentence appears complete and fine.

I expect it is supposed to say something about who/where the speakers are available.

Any Canadian Dealers in the works?
Feel that bottom, eh?
Steinberger NXT5 EUB, MTD 535 fretless, Tobias Killer B6, 72 Fender P,
David's "pre-DNA" rig (Navs, QSC PL230, WT500, XLT & XST 410s, 215)

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby Bassmann1968 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 4:12 pm

Tanks Rae for the heads up.
I will ask about Canadian dealers.
Armin

First european, first german, first old world and first multiple cab user :happy-smileygiantred:

1350, signed by David!
2xDNS112/8
1xDNS410/4

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby RipVanDan » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:25 pm

Looking good! Still wish I could find a dealer in Southwest Virginia. I'm dying to here the new amp!

Dan
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Amps: Eden WT500/800 (signature model!), Eden Nemesis RS400, Eden TN226
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Basses: 1982 Fender Jazz (MIA), 2009 Rogue LX405 Pro (surprisingly good 5-string)

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby TOM » Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:47 am

Hi friends !!
yes is fresh and looks great !!!!
i am in preparing to buy one amp and cab from David .... !!!
"Passionate with David" !!

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby rinos88 » Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:41 am

The new page looks awesome! The fact that things are moving along again are really exciting.
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Re: New webpage is up

Postby Lowendtech » Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:03 pm

Hey Tobiasman, Regarding Canadian dealers; there is one "technically". Steve's Music in Toronto where I bought my DNS410. Unfortunately when I asked them to order me a DNS112, the "helpfull" staff member said he would not order one for me. Made me (Elmer Fudd voice) "vewy angwey". I don't know what their status is re: DNA dealership but we should have another one IMO. A national dealer like L&M would suit me fine. That way it would be possible to ship product within the country depending on demand. Just my opinion though. I would love to try the new amp too. Sounds killer through some headphones on the video.

By the way, I'm next door to you this week. I am in Edmonton giving a technical seminar for local Kawasaki dealer staff. Do you see me. I am waving out my hotel Window. Lol. Geez it's bloody cold out here. What's up with that -25c. I think my lungs froze.
Richard

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WT800A, WT500, WT400, WTDI, DC210xlt, D410xlt/8, ML112, 1969 Traynor YBA-1A Bassmaster mark II
Fender Am Dlx Jazz, Fender 60th anniversary P, G&L SB-2 Fretless, G&L L-2000, Fender MIM Jazz,

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby TobiasMan » Thu Mar 06, 2014 1:38 pm

Well, if you're going to be here until the end of the week, you're likely to see some temps well above zero - but then, it is Alberta!

I don't think L&M would bite. They seem to have degenerated into, we sell only the most well know (advertized) stuff. Bought my Tobias Killer B6 from them many years ago. Have never seen another Tobias in their store since then, and only the odd Warwick. Almost everything on the wall is Fender or Ibanez. Ran into the same thing trying to order some Eden gear. The stores listed as dealers just looked at me like I was wanting moon rocks - nope, we can't order that. :(

Kawasaki tech stuff? Kool! I have three Kawasakis, an 82 GPz550, an 84 KZ1100R and an 03 ZRX1200R. Wish the new ones didn't look quite so much like transformer bugs. ;)
Feel that bottom, eh?
Steinberger NXT5 EUB, MTD 535 fretless, Tobias Killer B6, 72 Fender P,
David's "pre-DNA" rig (Navs, QSC PL230, WT500, XLT & XST 410s, 215)

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby Lowendtech » Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:07 pm

Yeah, your weather is a bit different here. I'm going home tomorrow so I 'll miss the warm bit.

I have talked to my bass guru/salesman at L & M and asked them about Eden and DNA brands and the answer is "It's political b.s.". Although I have found my WT500, WT400 and the D410xlt there used for decent prices. But they treat me so well that going to Steve's is a real downer and I'm fairly certain that I'll never see a 1350 there anyway. They have a baditude. Hence I hope something else happens for DNA's sake in Canada. The brand deserves a classy representation here. I am still knocked out every time I plug into my DNS410. It deserves a 1350. Whoops, bit of GAS there.

Love the Z-REX. Wish they would re-introduce it. Love the old school. I remember the KZ's and GPZ's well. I started in the MC industry in 1986 when there were tons of those around. Classics. Let me know if you need anything for them and I'll see if I can help out. Parts for the old stuff can be hard to come by but never hurts to look.
Richard

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WT800A, WT500, WT400, WTDI, DC210xlt, D410xlt/8, ML112, 1969 Traynor YBA-1A Bassmaster mark II
Fender Am Dlx Jazz, Fender 60th anniversary P, G&L SB-2 Fretless, G&L L-2000, Fender MIM Jazz,

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Re: New webpage is up

Postby TobiasMan » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:01 pm

Thanks Richard.

Pods, jet kit, Akrapovic 4-1pipe with Ti can, suspension set up and a fork brace have made my ZRX quite "nice" ;)

Safe trip back.

I'll give ya a call if I run into Momma Kaw problems.
Feel that bottom, eh?
Steinberger NXT5 EUB, MTD 535 fretless, Tobias Killer B6, 72 Fender P,
David's "pre-DNA" rig (Navs, QSC PL230, WT500, XLT & XST 410s, 215)


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