About 15 degrees, really not that bad, but at any rate all is well and Moog's fantastic support has me on a road to resolution in no time. I'm sure this is a rare event and will be carefully looked at to prevent similar issues in the future. I'm sure yours will be sparkling. In every other way mine was, Slim Phatty is seriously one amazing little piece o' kit. I heavily considered sitting out on getting this fixed for a while it sounds so good. A little different from the Little Phatty. Good different.Dear wrote:CTRLSHFT wrote:If it makes anyone feel better about waiting, I got SN#60 and the LCD is crooked.
Contemplating on what to do about that, as otherwise it's flawless and awesome.
Curse you early adoption!
Ouch, how crooked are we talking? If the internals are anything like the LP, I believe the the LCD's may be soldered directly to the PCB. Hopes his didn't suffer the same fate.
Hooray! My SP arrived, sn 00313. No crooked LCD - although the place I picked it up from had one on display and its LCD was skewed by a few degrees...dada wrote:Yeah but you've got nice beaches, lots of sunshine and get to have BBQs at ChristmasHowardJones wrote:Meanwhile "down under", first shipments won't arrive until mid-december at best.Dear wrote:Ugh, lucky Im still waiting on Sweetwater to ship mine.CTRLSHFT wrote:Mine shipped today from Sweetwater, keke.
So now I have my SP and beaches and BBQs for Xmas. cheers from down under
Two Slim Phatties 313 and 354- DSI Tetra - DotCom System - Korg Poly 800 - Yamaha DX27 & RS7000 + Matching Moog Pocket Protectors