Well put.anatech wrote:Always remember that the use (or not) of some components has far more to do with marketing than suitability.
Those have a striking resemblence to my Lightstar 2.0's interior.
Here are a couple photos Roland sent me of an amp he repaired. This is the Lightstar Reference. NOT the Lightstar-2treitz3 wrote:Pic's! we want pic's!
Yeah, but for donating your Lightstar to a "good cause", we will make you the Club Lightstar:Phantom602 wrote:James,
On Monday you will have your own lightstar reference to copy.
Well boys, looks like Im out of the lightstar club.
It's a little more than just the dithering... the "A" has a little thing at the top that is not in the TNR font, the horizontal stroke on the "A" is higher than the TNR, and the center stroke on the "E"s is shorter than TNR. The legs on the "R"s had to be changed, and the serifs on the "R" had to be shortened.BillD wrote:As I recall, it is TimesNewRoman that they changed the dithering so the characters came together as they wanted.