Frankly, I don't understand why TT doesn't do this at the factory. The
embossed lettering is impossible to read in almost any light. Think I'll
look for a white or silver marker this weekend!
On Wed, 15 Jun 2005 22:48:50 EDT CATFISHTWO@aol.com writes:
> I almost never buy radios, cars or any thing else for resale value.
> I use
> my gear and if sold, it goes the way it is, I don't abuse it but I
> do use it.
> some of my gear has scratches form other rigs sitting on top, but
> it's mine
> so I do as I choose.
> The fellow was asking about a previous post from someone who used a
> marker to make the raised letters on the orion to stand out for his
> old eyes
> ( getting old is not for sissies), and I think if done well its
> probably a
> no impact change. A lot of the time I am known to give stuff away,
> and I have
> yet to have a complaint of too many scratches on a gift.
> I understand that some folks like to buy excellent old rigs and keep
> them as
> a piece of history, but I am one who uses his stuff. I find buying
> selling gear as much fun as using it and have got a fairly decent
> and very usable
> station ( with a little help from my friends), a couple of hundred
> entities on the log and a nice computer controlled multi -multi
> station going
> I guess that is what is great about this hobby, there is more than a
> ways to do it.
> Your milage may vary!!
> tom N6AJR
> In a message dated 6/15/2005 7:32:22 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> Voids the warranty and ruins the resale value, of course.
> On 6/15/05, CATFISHTWO@aol.com <CATFISHTWO@aol.com> wrote:
> > I remember he said to dab it on the raised part of the letters,
> and do it
> > before having the evenings libation..
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