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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BassikLee, Apr 30, 2015.
By Behringer! Technically, by the Music Group. You heard it here first....
It's like all of the wattage delusional are getting together.
This should really improve things....
cool, so my NON Behringer era TC pedal will be worth more
LMAO!! Look for a bunch of TC amps in the classifieds! LOL
That's cute. At least Behringer/Bugera admit that it is peak power.....
I came here to post the exact same thing! Beat me by 11 minutes.
Way to take a great brand and turn it into a waste of money.
Oh come on now I'm sure TC won't hurt Beringer that much.
Are you interested in a 1.21 jiggawatt amp? Exclusive Behringer watts with TC AMP limiting.
Just curious, where did you get this information?
One of many sources. BEHRINGER BUYS TC | AudioTechnology Magazine
MUSIC Group Acquires TC Group
BEHRINGER BUYS TC | AudioTechnology Magazine
Uli acquired another one - TC Group - Speakerplans.com Forums - Page 1
Google is your friend
This breaking news reminds me; anyone know why Jauqo got booted?
edit: I dug the guys' quirks, always found his cryptic breaking news interesting.
Asked and answered.
I know Jauqo (probably see him tonight), and he's a great guy, INCREDIBLE MONSTER player, very cool and laid back, but I think it was the whole "Trace Elliot has closed up" stuff from late last year on here that broke the camels' back. That's speculation (I've never asked him, that's his business and I've got too much respect for him and his abilities to go there with him), but it seems to be the case.
Sorry to see him go from here as well.
Doe that mean they will start making TC pedals out of cheap plastic moving forward?
wasn't here for that stuff and had been wondering the same thing.
Now we know what they were planning to do by saving all that $ making pedals out of the world's thinnest plastic.
Apparently you never had to deal with TC's customer service... unless you mean Behringer.
This might actually be a good thing for TC. Music Group has the power to actually enforce TC's MAP policy. Might suck for the end user to see the lawless days of TC online pricing go away, but it could very well save the company from total collapse.