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QFO Footage - GET OFF MY CASE!! IT'S HERE!!!!!
QFO Footage - GET OFF MY CASE!! IT'S HERE!!!!!
Posted by Gizmo on November 24, 2003 :

UPDATE - for you non-Quicktime enabled PC users. there are some Windows Media Files now uploaded.
________________________________

Jeeez... stop with the emails as well wacko.gif

Obtained via top secret next level CIA spycam hardware at the Boulder gig of the Scratch Tour, this footage details QBert and his QFO - man and machine as one. What you're getting is an exclusive sneak peek at footage that will appear on the Scratch Tour DVD.

Right then... where did I put it...

I'm sure I had it somewhere...

Oh yes...

It's right here...

And make sure you all comment as well once you've seen it.


NOTE: No further comments are being accepted.
66 comments to this story

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On November 24, 2003, FRANK said this:
ERR - how do you play thisw clip ?

real one doesn't support>?

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On November 24, 2003, Monk-A said this:
HA!HA! That's dope, but then it always was going to be.

Be interesting to see the full showcase? and how he really uses the QFO's features.

Nice one Gizmo, props to all

Monk-A

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On November 24, 2003, 18.10 said this:
Q is a bad muthafucka!
Thank you Gizmo!

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On November 24, 2003, Trick said this:
Sick!

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On November 24, 2003, KENTISH CUT CREATOR (K.C.C) said this:
WELL WIXNALD :D
I have seen ufo's, but they are not quite as impressive as DJ Qbert.

Excellent

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On November 24, 2003, phill said this:
unbelievably dope...........

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On November 24, 2003, skull said this:
thanks gizmo this shit is supaaaaa rolleyes.gif

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On November 24, 2003, What Player? said this:
ERR - how do you play this clip ?

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On November 24, 2003, Gizmo said this:
They're MPEG4 files. You'll need Quicktime. Being a black sheep Mac owner, Real and Windows Media files aren't easily created on my Mac.

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On November 24, 2003, Kap`n KuTT said this:
Q u get a free donut if u ever come to austria blink1.gif

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On November 24, 2003, MrKD said this:
Windows Friendly would have been nice due to it been a windows world ... 8)

I just watched it for the 2nd time and still can not see what Q is doing on the QFO that he could not do on a mixer deck set up.???

Q is sick on any set up :cry:

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On November 24, 2003, sketchy said this:
ha ha what was so good about that, qbert sucks, ha ha nah im just kidding, wow evan thou i had to watch it upside down cuz of my shit computer wow, thanks for that, shit that was fuking great, :D

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On November 24, 2003, O said this:
8) I need to get one of those QFO's ! How do I get a QFO?!!!! Thud Rumble Rocks!

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On November 24, 2003, deeswift said this:
QuickTime Alternative / K-Lite Codec Pack:

http://home.hccnet.nl/h.edskes/mirror.htm

I'm gonna grab the vid now. Cheers Giz.

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On November 24, 2003, me again said this:
Ah yeah -- mp4... nice one!

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On November 24, 2003, Deft said this:
Haha i'd almost forgotten how good Q-Bert really is!

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On November 24, 2003, TheOneandOnly said this:
Awwww yeah... dope

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On November 24, 2003, mofo said this:
I wonder how many people will think "ooo wow, if I get the QFO, I will be that good too!!"

bwhahaha

Q always makes shit look good no matter what he is on!

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On November 24, 2003, sCiZzOr said this:
I just saw him use it live in Philly the other night, shit was sick; I'm getting one for travel no doubt; you can pack it up like a laptop. They are only making 500 at first so get your check books ready, Q told me that they were going to sell for $1500 off the press, start saving now boys and girls.

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On November 25, 2003, Fingz said this:
booobboombidiboom bbbbbidboom boomdiboomdidiboomdiditiboom. Word!

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On November 25, 2003, Mike Rezendes said this:
$1500.00 is alot, but I guess they kinda have a monopoly on that one.LOL. you can't get a qfo anywhere else. N e wayz I just sent the rest of the footage to Josh Kozoumis the media a/r for the skratch tour dvd. So... sorry for tha teaser, but you all know you can't wait for the dvd. Anyone seen DIY 2 yet? that shit is soo bad. You basically are obligated to buy every dvd THUDcomes out with. I know I am and will. Did you guys know that soon they are coming out with a totally new turntable tv. And this one will be on DVD! Shortly after that they are going to re-release all the turntable tv's on DVD! Good news for peeps like me that dont even own a VCR. I cant wait. Oh yeah I dont give a fuk how much it costs, it is amust have for any skratch musician. Dont forget about THUD MAIN EVENT sometime in late MARCH I think. They will be showcasing all the THUD collaberations; QFO, Monster cables, and the new Ortofon needlz. Have fun. Enjoy the footage. Keep skratchin'.
Peace out

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On November 25, 2003, deeswift said this:
"You basically are obligated to buy every dvd THUDcomes out with."

mad.gif

I don't buy Thud Rumble products, simple as that, but I can appreciate Q's skills. It's Yoga Frog I can't stand.

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On November 25, 2003, screech said this:
the footage ain't working for me

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On November 25, 2003, MrDarth said this:
Im gona kill my self

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On November 25, 2003, zeelium said this:
man, i thought, q-bert could be beaten nowadays but he`s still on the top! of course only in scratching categories but who want to see q-bert juggling if he can scratch/beat cutt like this smile1.gif . sadly the footage only shows what q-bert can do with the qfo, not what the qfo "can do".

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On November 25, 2003, Monk-A said this:
quote:
"$1500.00 is alot, but I guess they kinda have a monopoly on that one.LOL. you can't get a qfo anywhere else. N e wayz I just sent the rest of the footage to Josh Kozoumis the media a/r for the skratch tour dvd. So... sorry for tha teaser, but you all know you can't wait for the dvd. Anyone seen DIY 2 yet? that shit is soo bad. You basically are obligated to buy every dvd THUDcomes out with. I know I am and will. Did you guys know that soon they are coming out with a totally new turntable tv. And this one will be on DVD! Shortly after that they are going to re-release all the turntable tv's on DVD! Good news for peeps like me that dont even own a VCR. I cant wait. Oh yeah I dont give a fuk how much it costs, it is amust have for any skratch musician. Dont forget about THUD MAIN EVENT sometime in late MARCH I think. They will be showcasing all the THUD collaberations; QFO, Monster cables, and the new Ortofon needlz. Have fun. Enjoy the footage. Keep skratchin'.
Peace out"


ER! rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif

This all sounds unbelivably like a THUD RUMBLE representative pushing their wares with the hard sell!

"YOU MUST BUY ALL THUD STUFF!"

"IT'S A MUST HAVE FOR ALL PEOPLE!"

"I DON'T CARE HOW MUCH IT COSTS!"

I effing do, the words Yoga and Frog spring to mind! WACK! :(

pz

Monk-A

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On November 25, 2003, djkl said this:
the qfo is still wack, but qbert is sooo sick on it, he makes it look really cool.

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On November 25, 2003, Mike Rezendes said this:
Monk and Deeswift-

you guys are fools. I buy THUD dvd's ttv and the such because I live in the middle of Nowhere. We have no scene out here other than what me and my friends are doing. So we watch all the dj shit we can get TTV, Scratch, Wavetwisters, Scratch perverts tutorial, I should have said, "i'm obligated to buy every dvd that has to do with skratchin'"
you damn punks didnt even deserve the footage. I should have never given it to you guys. Whiny Brats.
Giz these guys are pussies.
And as for whoever said,"too bad it shows what Q can do and not what the QFO can do"
dumbass yoiu already know what it does.
its a circle, you can put the arm on either side,33,45,+-100% pitch that slide 180 round the plater, all the inputs of 07 pro,mp3 line/in, as well as reverseon the table.

you guys suck ass. shut the fuk up you undesreving bitch asses.

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On November 25, 2003, Gizmo said this:
Easy now Mike mad.gif

I don't know Dee personally but Monk-a is a friend of mine. He certainly isn't an "undeserving bitch ass" - he's instrumental in running the finest turntablist monthly event in the UK. He's just got opinions that must be heard - I've pulled him many times but he just can't help himself suspicious.gif

Monk-a - We owe Mike a great deal of thanks for providing the footage. Without him we wouldn't be here discussing it at all. As far as I'm aware, he's not a Thud stooge - just a big and enthusiastic QBert fan. We're all fans - he's just more vocal than most.

Everyone - please play nice. We've all got opinions. Let's try and keep them on point and relevant. This is exactly why skratchworx doesn't have a forum. huh.gif

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On November 25, 2003, Monk-A said this:
LOL!!! point taken Giz!

Mike, it would seem that you've taken offence at my words...ho!hum! well i'm very sorry for that, i do appreciate the fact that you gave the video to Giz for all to see, and I commend you for that.

But I thought your post reeked of a THUD rumble advert, if you meant all scratching video's then why didn't you mention them, and shure cartridges and other audio cable manufacturers and scratching event's that aren't THUD rumble based?

I can only belive it was an oversight and If giz say's your cool then your cool, i was just speaking my mind as you are,

peace

Your Undeserving Bitch Ass

Monk-A

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On November 25, 2003, Leks said this:
dope video.
Thanks Gizmo and Mike

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On November 25, 2003, Mike Rezendes said this:
SORRY.
I just dont like to hear bs when I'm doin' something for you guys. B4 I wen to tha Boulder, Show I wanted to see the Vestax footage of the QFO very badly so after I filmed it I knew I was gonna send it to Giz ASAP. The reason I am so enthusiastic about THUD is well mostly cuz it's Q's company, but those guys are really nice. They're not fake at all. Also My good friend does art for THUD so I'm kinda partial. Not to mention the fact that TTV and Wavetwisters were instrumental in motivating me to start skratchin'.
Sorry if I came off as an undeservign bitch ass.
But you know what happens when you ASSUME.

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On November 25, 2003, Gizmo said this:
love.gif love.gif love.gif So we're all friends now then love.gif love.gif

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On November 26, 2003, 4 ton mantis said this:
As a laptop Turntable itīs very cool, but I donīt see myself buying one to carry it along. Drum scratching rocks, but... there more things to do with a complete set. Letīs see the price if Vestax convince or not. blink1.gif



nuscratch.com




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On November 26, 2003, Monk-A said this:
quote:
"SORRY.
I just dont like to hear bs when I'm doin' something for you guys. B4 I wen to tha Boulder, Show I wanted to see the Vestax footage of the QFO very badly so after I filmed it I knew I was gonna send it to Giz ASAP. The reason I am so enthusiastic about THUD is well mostly cuz it's Q's company, but those guys are really nice. They're not fake at all. Also My good friend does art for THUD so I'm kinda partial. Not to mention the fact that TTV and Wavetwisters were instrumental in motivating me to start skratchin'.
Sorry if I came off as an undeservign bitch ass.
But you know what happens when you ASSUME"


Mike, it's cool mate no beef here,

For the record i've got no problem with Thud Rumble, and what they do, and i have the utmost respect for Q-bert, i don't dislike Yogafrog either, i think the guys to be admired for taking Tablisim and making it a finacially viable career for aspiring DJ's.

Despite what people say Q-bert is a role model for us all, he's set the standard in both skills and professionalism for so long now it's hard to remember what was there before him.

I do just get a bit fed up of the constant hype around Thud products, as i've said before and won't go into again, but at the end of the day no matter what surrounds a product, the product will stand up because it is good if it's not it won't.

just an explanation as to why i sanpped at your post, no offence meant,

peace

Monk-A

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On November 26, 2003, Gizmo said this:
A little background to the footage first. The full length QFO demo very kindly provided by Mike Rezendes is 25 minutes long and taken from the Boulder show. This footage (probably in part) will be used on the official Scratch Tour DVD. The decision was taken not to post the whole set for 2 main reasons:

1. The need for people to go see the Scratch Tour would be reduced.
2. It's fair to say that sales of the official DVD will be down to having QFO footage. Why would people need to buy it if they'd already seen it?

I'd rather not receive letters from lawyers demanding the footage be taken down, so that's why I've only posted a teaser. :blink:

Anyway - I'm sensing a whole load of different feelings across the net, ranging from total euphoria - willing to sell family members to buy a QFO all the way to complete unfounded hating with a clear very well known agenda.

Whilst everybody universally agrees that Q's scratching skill is beyond question, some questions exist as to the usefulness of the QFO. The thing to do here is to see the QFO in isolation, removed from the other turntable and mixer. What you end up with is what people have argued about for years - the turntable as an instrument. In your hands you have a self contained scratching instrument, useable in just the same way as many other established musical instruments. Sure it needs a plug but that shouldn't detract from it being seen truly as a musical instrument. When you see a skilled guitarist jamming on his own, imagine QBert on his QFO. Headphones on, scratching away in his own world.

I feel you have to open up your mind a little with this one. I think to say it will revolutionise turntablism is a sweeping statement especially when considering the conservative thinking employed by many turntablists. It's hard for many to imagine anything outside 1210's and an 07, let alone a QFO. Anything that challenges the established conception of scratch DJ's is likely to be met with much derision and even ridicule. This is a new thing for turntablism - it's not a battle deck, it's more of a personal scratch instrument - a "Skratchman" of sorts. I'd even go as far as to say it's not for battle DJ's at all. There's no point buying one of these to practice your scratch sets on as it won't translate well back to a conventional setup.

Time will tell how this will be received, how it can be used to it's fullest and indeed even if it's good for anyone else except QBert himself. You've just got to wait and see how it develops - make rash decisions about it if you like but until you've seen it in action and touched one yourself, you'll never really know.

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On November 26, 2003, Monk-A said this:
Good words Giz,

The thing i've noticed with a lot of the staments on the web at the moment, people seem to be concentraing on Q-berts scratching skills.

No ones looking at it objectivly, this whole tour is to Demo the QFO, not Qbert not his new scratches or anything like that.

He's there to showcase the QFO andnot himself.

Now people are saying what can you do on it you can't on decks, that's not the point of this video/tour. First and foremost for any product that's entering the tablist market you have to be able to scratch to an incredably high standrad on this thing with out the hardware holding you back, in essence it has to perform at this level and Qbert proves that is possible, so in my mind job done.

He's proven that a top class tablist can use this kit just as well as a mixer and Turntable if they so please, thus proving the QFO is a viable option for those that wish to pursue it.

Nothing more nothing less, IMO!

peace

Monk-A

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On November 26, 2003, amikafobe(amychophobia) said this:
i saw q demo the qfo live last friday(nov 21st) he was amazing with it, seemed to do just as well as with a mixer and table. i thought the faders would be too close to the record itself but i was proved wrong while watching from about half a foot away, it seems like a nice little specialty item but with such a hefty price q announced $1500usd to us im not so sure its worth it, also announced it has line ins etc and is quite portable if i had the money id get one smile.gif

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On November 27, 2003, meloeric said this:
I'm startin to appreciate that this is about the qfo.

it is designed as a portable turntable/mixer and if it does that job then thats great.

q's skills are a totally different matter.

only thing questionable is the price. can they justify such a high price for a deck and a few faders stuck together?

I think I'll stick to my ttx1's and numark mixer.

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On November 27, 2003, zinn_tyler said this:
footage was way too dark on my computer. i could still hear it though. i guess that's all that matters. i'd rather be blind than deaf.
i saw the show, was a little disappointed. i wanted to see q bust shit then yogafrog hit it from a different angle. that would have at least shown the mutiple options and angles to hit this thing from. have three fools standing around this thing ready to "Q" and "A"., hovering around it in a circle like a campfire just switching the tone arm back and forth when it your turn.

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On November 28, 2003, professorbx said this:
I showed the footage to my 12 year old cousin last night after Thanksgiving dinner....he wants to save his money and buy turntables now.

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On November 29, 2003, Sevik said this:
Ok, here's my $0.02, *not* having seen the footage. Gizmo is right about the negative comments. Vestax users (I am one) forget that much of the DJ population *still* has a notion that Vestax products are inherently inferior to 1200's. I don't understand it myself; if you've used one you should know better and if you haven't you shouldn't talk. But the point is that many people are against the whole idea of making new products designed for scratching so a new and weird looking new gadjet like this is already a turnoff for some. Couple that with the bad rep Vestax turntables seem to have, at least in my experience, and I think it adds up to a novelty that may have a fine purpose but wont ultimately catch on with Joe DJ. Just the fact that you wont find them in clubs means a lot of DJ's have no reason to even practice on one professionally mso there's a lot less impetus to make them.

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On November 29, 2003, Sevik said this:
OK, and my $0.02 after having seen the footage is about the same. It looks to be about as cool as I thought it would be when I read something about it awhile ago. The sound quality of the wmv version isn't very good and of course you can't see much of what he's doing but from what it sounded like I'm betting he could have done that bit on a regular turntable. I could be wrong of course, I don't know the guy.

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On November 29, 2003, professorbx said this:
The point isn't that he was doing anything that couldn't be done on a regular turntable/mixer combo (he wasn't), the point is that he was showing that there was nothing that you could do on a typical combo that couldn't be done on a QFO, if that makes any sense.........A lot of people are afraid of if the QFO feels strange or whatever....really, it feels surprisingly natural......

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On November 29, 2003, Sevik said this:
Professor BX: I must be missing something. What would give that single armed table the ability to sync two different beats from 2 different records?

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On November 30, 2003, c0mplexx said this:
oh sh!t Q ripped that sh!t i mean he does his stuff tight no matter what damn i feel simple weird.gif

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On November 30, 2003, DJ Double A said this:
Here's my 2C's...

People are clapping their hands because of the portability factor.....uh......if you were to take the thing to a club, you would still need 2 of them. :blink:

Q can even take a Speak and Spell and make it look good. So what's so hot about this UFO thing again? :D

Thanks, but no thanks. I'd rather get 2 12's, some carts, and a scratch mixer, and I'd still have money left over for a nice expensive dinner for my girl. :blink:

(at least I know the 12 will last a long time.....we all have owned or used one at some point in our lives). How long do you think this thing will last before it breaks down?

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On November 30, 2003, Kper said this:
It looks as sick as i expected it to be and den some...

I agree that this baby could spell out the future for many turntable musicians and artists... someone said, and rightly so i believe now, that Q had gone to Hawaii to concentrate on skratching and bring about another next level revolution...

Might just happen with this baby, 21st century instrument for 21st century musician would not b too far me thinks...

Now how to get out of my xmas work do in order to catch the london show....

Peash

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On December 1, 2003, Monk-A said this:
quote:
"Professor BX: I must be missing something. What would give that single armed table the ability to sync two different beats from 2 different records?"


Well it has a seperate line in/phono in (i think) so synching beats if you so wished is not a problem.

If you look at the phot's from backstage, Q's using a minidisc for beats!

quote:
"The point isn't that he was doing anything that couldn't be done on a regular turntable/mixer combo (he wasn't), the point is that he was showing that there was nothing that you could do on a typical combo that couldn't be done on a QFO, if that makes any sense"


Yeah perfect sense, sort of what i said above, and have been saying on the forums of late!

IMO it's juts another bit of kit, so more options for the tablist/scratch dj's out there!

pz

Monk-A

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On December 1, 2003, zinn_tyler said this:
still all this talk and no one has said anything groundbreaking. kind of like the qfo. it is new style and design, and a couple different options than your standard turntable, but still there is nothing really groundbreaking on it, just the fact that you don't need a mixer to skratch. I think he needed to design it with built in wah wah effects and distortion and shit like that found on a guitar. then maybe, it would appeal to me more.

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On December 2, 2003, deepcut said this:
looks dope. but it'll be qfo in one hand and record bag in the other...not entirley portable..

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On December 7, 2003, Mike Rezendes said this:
How could it not be groundbreaking? The QFO is totally groundbreaking. "it is the first turntable/mixer hybrid"-yogafrog. The first instrument made solely for the skratch dj. It is so portable. All you need is the QFO, Superseal Breaks, and a mp3 player.. which I usually take w/ me anywayssmile.gif
I'm glad Q kept it real and didnt putany bullshit effects in the QFO, next thing you know these kids are gonna want mixers with kaos pads. GEEZ. It's so sic!

Imagine if you had 2 QFO's, and you were doing a set....

first off, your tables would be even closer together than if you had an 06!

!BIG PLUS FOR BEAT JUGGLERS!

Second you could use any fader for anything and never have toworry about hitting the reverse swith and adjusting the curve for a gradual fade or to sharp for cutting, each table (@ least I would) would have one adjusted to gradual for fades and another sharp for cutting. It would be sweet.


It would be QFO W/ Superseal on it, in case, w/ hedfones on my neck and mp3 in my pocket.

No all it needs is batteries. Or inverter from your car and and extenstion cord.
Plus it has ASTS so it you can skratch with turntable however you want.

I dont think most peeps realize it but the QFO is symmetrical. Everything is on both sides!

2 sets of all buttons! It is the first to cater towards right or left handed people.

For example: say you were hitting a tone and alternating between 33 and 45.
If you skratch on the left side, you have to reach to the right side of the table w/ your left hand (akward). No on the QFO you have a choice of doing whatever feels comfortable.. reaching to the right, or what I think would be more natural.. reaching to the left, which is also the outside of the setup. (just as if you skratched on the rightside)

If you have a QFO there is no such thing as "what side you skratch on naturally"

I think that is the whole point. For years we have been catering our styles towards the gear.. Now the gear caters towards the turntablist.

How can you say that the QFO is not groundbreaking , When it is the first instrument made especially for turntablists? This is definitely groundbreaking especially to an art that has evolved from using things that weren't made for that exact purpose to make it into exactly what they want it to.

And that is what Q has done!

Nevermind the fact that it is the first table where you can put the tonearm on either side of the spindle. Making it play in reverse without making the platter go in reverse. Anybody that enjoys skratching with their table on reverse can now do so, while their records are still playing forwards!!!

So many possibilites.......

I wonder if the first 50 are going to be 25 red, 25 blue classic THUD steez???

I want a RED one!!!!

Damn you got me all excited....

I can't wait!!

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On December 8, 2003, zinn_tyler said this:
it's groundbreaking when you look at it from the fact that you can skratch from forty million different angles. It's definitely groundbreaking if you want it to be. As for the table itself, all you are doing is changing the style and the way you skratch. as for the price, it's not worth if for me.

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On December 9, 2003, Mike Rezendes said this:
$1,000.00 is just the tag on the first 50 hand assembled ones... I'm sure the price will go down in time.

I think the QFO will provide an outlet for all kinds of crazy new body tricks and styles.



Only time will tell...

Hi Tyler. :P

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On December 9, 2003, zinn_tyler said this:
how do you beat juggle mr. thudrumble rep.?

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On December 9, 2003, Mr. Thudrumble Rep said this:
what the fuck is that supposed to mean?

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On December 10, 2003, zinn_tyler said this:
it means all these people on this site think you are rep.-ing thud because you sound like a promoter.

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On December 11, 2003, Mike R said this:
I dont care what people think. I like what Thud is doin. Im super stoked about a lot of their shit and just the way that they do it. I like it so I preach it, that's all.

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On December 13, 2003, skratch-alien said this:
well ive heard a rumour that another big company has a prototype qfo style deck on the way.apparently it has a built in mp3 player which can be downloaded to via usb and the cross fader is gonna be detachable so that you can place fader in between decks.apparently the fader will sit in some sort of seperate mount unit when its unattached from the deck.thats all i know but remember this is an text!!!!!!! when more details or pics etc are sent to me i will put 'em up on www.skratch-alienz.com

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On December 13, 2003, skratch-alien said this:
it was sposed to say:
thats all i know but remember this is just an unconfirmed rumour

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On December 19, 2003, Promo said this:
Where exactly will the THUD RUMBLE EVENT be at?

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On December 19, 2003, Mike Rezendes (MSN Skratch anytime) said this:
I am pretty sure that it is going to be in S.F. But, who knows, THUD is reallyficklt w/ dates and shit, but it's already been pushed back so I hope for the best! (spring break 2004)

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On December 30, 2003, Supreme Wisdom Javelin Allah said this:
Doesn't that hurt the needle?

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On December 31, 2003, MrDarth said this:
What do u guys dislike with the QFO?

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On December 31, 2003, bossmoney said this:
its not the equipment, its the skills.

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On January 3, 2004, zinn_tyler said this:
i dislike nothing on the qfo mr. darth, but would just rather have two tables and a mixer. i am a amateur and feel i shouldn't even begin to fuck with a qfo. I think only the badasses that have already destroyed the primitive turntable setup should be takin tha skills to the next level with the qfo. this seems totally like something qbert is trippin on. something only turntable masters like him will be stoked to be on. don't get me wrong though, i'd definitely like to own some just for the sake of trying one out. If i was rich and could travel to exotic places and skratch under palm trees, then i would definitely like to be doin it with a qfo, only way to go for sure. i just don't see it being to accomodating in price to the skratchers out there.







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