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  1. clearing these out:

    DAS OATH *DOUBLE SIDED* SHIRT. MEDIUM.

    SCREENED LIKE A LAD MUSICIAN SHIRT OR THOSE UNIQLO PHOTO SHIRTS

    HAS THE SAME PRINT ON THE FRONT AND THE BACK, BUT THE BACK ONE IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENTLY PRINTED. RARE MADE FOR NEW ENGLAND TOUR W/ AMPERE.

    WORN, CONDITION 8/10 (COULD USE SOME COLOR SAFE BLEACHING)

    $18 SHIPPED USA, $20 INTERNATIONAL

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    VICIOUS SHIRT. RED. MEDIUM. FITS SLIGHTLY SMALLER THAN STANDARD MEDIUM. NEVER WORN, WASHED ONCE TO PRE-SHRINK IT.

    GOT IT LAST WINTER AT A SMALL SHOW AT BROWN UNIVERSITY (GO FIGURE)

    BAND RULES, MEMBERS OF REGULATIONS AND OTHER SWEDISH PUNK BANDS.

    FRIENDS WITH THE APRIL77 CREW.

    GREAT SHIRT SAYS "MASS HYSTERIA UNDER THE PRINT" ONE SIDED.

    $15 SHIPPED USA, $18 INTERNATIONAL

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    PAYPAL PLEASE, PM ME IF YOU NEED CONTACTS FROM OTHER SUFU SATISFIED CUSTOMERS.

    SHIPPING FIRST THING NEXT WEEK.

    -ANDREW


  2. i'm finishing off my degree in film and i do not need this stuff anymore as i have moved to HD and 35mm film.

    1 mint in box Yashica 8mm camera. 1960s. complete w/ 2 spools, focus battery, trigger/pistol grip. built in light meter requires a vintage battery (not included). has electric focus. Reflex viewfinder. shoots 24 fps, 60 fps, single frame animation.*

    *8mm is not made by major film companies anymore, however there is split stock available online and the ability to process it either yourself or in NYC, Boston, Hollywood film developers.

    1 used Yashica Super8mm camera. late 1960s. built in spectrum-style light meter. takes 8mm cartridges. VERY similar to Nizo cameras (industry standard super8mms). shoots 24 fps and single frame animation. Zoom lens. (manual). cosmetic condition 7/10. internal condition 10/10. runs perfect and has had a lot of film through it.

    never had a problem.

    *Super 8mm is still made in various stocks from Kodak. order direct from them. Processing super common in any major city.

    1 Revere by 3M super 8mm camera. a plastic cheap camera that is super easy to use, sorta like a 1960s lomography film camera. uses super8mm cartridges. has a 8 step apature. batteries included, works fine. cosmetic 6/10, internal 9/10(dirty). i used tape to make sure the film loading space stays shut, you should do this too.

    16mm supplies:

    -2 large rolls of 16mm sound fill. the kind made by Ampex (now out of business). this is for sound recording. this is MAG style film. never been recorded with. regular and grey backed.

    -16mm sound fill tape. regular sized opaque white tape.

    -16mm clear splicing tape. regular sized double pef.

    -16mm take-up reels for Bolex and standard 16mm cameras.

    -8mm/super8mm splicing reels.

    -Academic Leader 16mm (this is the 5,4,3,2,1, stuff for sound syncing)

    also lots of cleaning, fixing, and other supplies.

    LOTS of fill film from various projects, ask me how much you need and i will provide. do montages, use for sound fill, etc your choice. super8mm footage and lots of dead footage. footage from some concerts including a Some Girls show.

    2 rolls of black and white 16mm kodak film stock. standard 100ft length, stored in fridge. dated last spring. worth $70 alone.

    ASKING $200-USD

    PAYPAL anytime.

    i can send pics per request


  3. my biggest problem with pedals is the lack of true bypass and even the ones that claim it still bother me. i always hear something off... if i was on a large tour id double my rig with a total clean and a pedal rig and switch between the two.

    and for the sound im going for, theres very few pedals id ever use, especially in a live setting.


  4. I have a pair of boots from the 1960s that need to be resoled, how much does that cost usually? Also, Is there any type of resole i can get that is grippy without being obviously rubber bottomed? I live in a city with brick sidewalks and hills galore, that are trecherous and slippery and id like some grip again.