MKII OC81D Pics

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MKII OC81D Pics

Post by zerorez » Tue Dec 16, 2008 7:00 pm

I present my newest D*A*M pedal.

Worked out a trade for my MKII with OC75's to another member and took ownership of this little jem.

Having owned both the OC75 and now the OC81D, the OC81D is thick, fat and chewy with a tad bit less of highs as compared to the OC75.

The Captain's work is really a thing of beauty to behold with the old school circuits in the MKII's :cheers:

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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by jimi_dylan » Tue Dec 16, 2008 8:33 pm

:badlove: Congrats!
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Post by Cado » Tue Dec 16, 2008 8:44 pm

:drool:
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by JP30 » Thu Dec 18, 2008 9:36 pm

:freakout:
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by markom89 » Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:13 pm

Beautiful!
Just wondering, but does anyone know how many MK II's Dave has made w/ OC81D's?
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by Philip » Thu Jan 15, 2009 2:35 pm

My memory may be wrong, but I'm sure I've owned an OC81 MKII No.66, but it had someones name in it rather than a store. :hmm:
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by the_original_mr_nice » Thu Jan 15, 2009 7:11 pm

Philip wrote:My memory may be wrong, but I'm sure I've owned an OC81 MKII No.66, but it had someones name in it rather than a store. :hmm:
That may be the one I bought from you but I don't often take off the backplate so I'll have to check next time I can find the screwdriver !
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by Philip » Thu Jan 15, 2009 11:01 pm

the_original_mr_nice wrote: That may be the one I bought from you but I don't often take off the backplate so I'll have to check next time I can find the screwdriver !
Could be, I've had 2 OC81 MKII's, I remember one had white knobs.
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by mhat » Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:52 am

Philip wrote:
the_original_mr_nice wrote: That may be the one I bought from you but I don't often take off the backplate so I'll have to check next time I can find the screwdriver !
Could be, I've had 2 OC81 MKII's, I remember one had white knobs.
That one's here. The number 66 rings a bell. I'll have a look tomorrow. It's a bloody splendid stomp BTW.

Cheers,
Mike
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Re: MKII OC81D Pics

Post by zerorez » Fri Jan 16, 2009 3:06 am

mhat wrote:
Philip wrote:
the_original_mr_nice wrote: That may be the one I bought from you but I don't often take off the backplate so I'll have to check next time I can find the screwdriver !
Could be, I've had 2 OC81 MKII's, I remember one had white knobs.
That one's here. The number 66 rings a bell. I'll have a look tomorrow. It's a bloody splendid stomp BTW.

Cheers,
Mike
That is interesting gentlemen!

When previous owner had purchased it had the white knobs installed, when I received it, the black knobs were mounted, but I received the white knob set also. :headbanger:
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