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    Default Custom midi fighters!

    http://www.proaudiostar.com/jason-gr...-fighters.html

    No i do not work for them, just thought it was a cool product/video...

    I've bought a few things from proaudiostar and they have always been really cool.

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    $400? wtf

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    Regular Price:$199.00
    and then its crossed out and shows a higher price...HAhahahahaha some one must have skipped marketing in college...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Knowledge View Post
    $400? wtf

    ugly as fuck for $400 bucks no less!!!

    a really cheap photoshop randomizing job is not a real graphic design job...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_o View Post
    ugly as fuck for $400 bucks no less!!!

    a really cheap photoshop randomizing job is not a real graphic design job...
    I could think of a few artists whos work would be worth paying 400 for but not this.
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    ill pay $400 for a Dust La Rock midifighter. but not this crap

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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder as they say. Just because you don't like it. That doesn't mean it's poop.

    I think it's great that DJTT has a name artist putting his mark on a special edition of their product. This is done with alot of other products, and will help grow the midi fighter brand.

    Pricey? Yes it is. But for 1 of a limited series (website says only 4) the rare factor is high.

    All that being said, not my cup of tea either. But almost any DJ who is a fan of the artist would probably snatch one right up. I know I would if say Peter Max designed one.

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    Those are BARELY art, they look like the same design in 4 different color combos.

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    I far prefer my custom Midi Fighter from the DJ Tech Tools store
    Traktor Pro, VCM 600, Custom Midi Fighter, Presonus Firebox, Ultrasone DJ1 Pro
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    yeah maybe $250 :/ but $400 for that?! i would spend another 100 for the DJTT ones
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