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alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense
edited June 8 in General
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    minigoatminigoat cincinnati ohio usa

    hmm... maybe B) thanks for the link @alien_brain

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    maybe what? i own several for other gear already and this fits very well (exactly, in fact) and doesnt require that you disassemble the deluge‘s wood sides. $30 shipped? its a no brainer.

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    minigoatminigoat cincinnati ohio usa

    Maybe as in: 'hm, this looks worth looking into, i might have to get a couple.'
    Price is decent. Ive always had gear flat. I shouls treat myself, ha.

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense
    edited April 16

    yeah its a pain sometimes when you cant see a display because line of sight is off axis. i find it easier to interface with gear that has a gangsta lean. this is of course, not an issue on the deluge. but at the same time its awkward to have some gear leaning like this and some not. its also easier to plunk your chosen switch when its pointed towards you

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    SkullHQXSkullHQX Netherlands

    I'm willing to created a 3D model and put it on www.thingiverse.com so people can (have it) 3d print (it). Any suggestions about what the general consensus is regarding the 'perfect' angle?

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    hmmm...the cremacaffe stands look nicer, sturdier, and more versatile....without being that much more $$.

    both the kolibri and hero versions are under $50 shipped

    https://cremacaffe.shop/

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    meh, if you like the wood look for a stand. i also dont like stands that are too big.

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