Notes: March 26, 2021 - I ordered these two modules from Kurt's store: www.tindie.com/stores/keurslagerkurt/ April 1, 2021 - The package shipped from Belgium April 6, 2021 - The package arrived in the US (Colorado) I bought the solder & soldering accessories separately. This will be my first time soldering in a decade!
Oh cool! One of those new wooden cases? Good module selection too! Mixconsole is awesome!
Yes it's wood, and I must say, it looks absolutely gorgeous ! The Mixconsole is a must for me since I don't have the room for an actual mixer where I live. It's going to make my life much easier, really looking forward to using it.
Post by maydonpoliris on Apr 30, 2021 21:55:28 GMT
my diy journey starts today. Very excited and overwhelmed but looking forward to going through all of the diy posts, tips and experiences all of you have had starting with the beginners guide by nightmachines, awesome. cheers
Sorry did not mean to go political, this is a modular forum after all But sometimes I really wonder who got better from this whole backward thing, I'm pretty sure that your average Brit has not seen any improvement on employment or economy, nor have the schmucks on the main land. It' must be a 1% thing.
This is what Steve from Thonk posted on a synth diy group on facebook this week, regarding future VAT between EU and GB:
'Hi Andre, this is a misunderstanding of the situation, from July for example any parcel shipping from Thonk to the EU under €150 will be just like it was before Brexit, you will pay Thonk the VAT, there will be no duty or extra charges when the parcel arrives 👍
Parcels *OVER* €150 will continue as they are currently, VAT and taxes payable on delivery.
So a return to 'normal' for Thonk customers in the EU spending less than €150.'
Don't know where his info comes from. I have not done any more research as all official sources seem to be impossible to understand on the topic anyway for me 🙃