https://www.pinballinfo.com/community/dbtech-donate/ should sort you outThanks ,a lot has changed since the last time I was here is there a link to the donate page I have a nice healthy budget to get the 4 pins I want to start back off
Hi, where on the east coast are you? I grew up in/around Skeggy, so know the area reasonably well. Not there now though!Hi there... I'm Tim, based on the Lincs east coast, currently own an Iron Maiden Pro and have a JJP GnR LE on order but I'm also looking to acquire more rock themed pins like Kiss, SC/DC, Metallica so please get in touch if you're selling Like many others I stream my pinball games on Twitch, usually on a Friday night, look me up if that's your thing, my Twitch handle is t0ptimmy.
Cheers - Tim.
Hi Jay... Didn't even know there was an earlier version so yeah, I was talking about the Stern oneHello, Tim,
I take it you refer to the recent Kiss pinball, rather than the early Bally solid-state game, which while it was above average for the time, isn't really comparable. Especially for audio.
My name is Ash and have been lurking around for a week or so I used to love pinball when I was a kid, growing up at the seaside it was great when the arcades opened in spring and it was time to get the change pots out of hibernation and get down to the sea front.
During lockdowns, I've been trying to keep my 11 year old girl sane and we started making retro arcade machines and later ventured into a bespoke virtual pin built on an old laptop. To say we were both hooked would be an understatement. We have now roped in grandad to help with cabinet making and I have learnt to solder. All of this has added up to us now building a second half size virtual pin machine, however the bug had fully bitten and we started looking at some early em machines on eBay.
Thank goodness we found you guys. Reading through this forum I have learnt so much and resisted the temptation to spend too much money on some bags of bones!