It turns out I was premature in vehemently ruling myself out of becoming a OP-Z owner back in May of last year. Just bought an “as new” month old OP-Z on eBay for £425 because it’s the best price I’ve seen so far and the seller dropped it the Buy It Now price from £450 in the last 2 mins and I have very little self control…
I don’t have an iOS device but do have an 2014 mac mini, will that run the mac version so that I can see what is going on while I learn how to use it? If I have problems with re-trig buttons how long is TE’s warranty?
I disagree. I found the app made it easier for me to learn the workflow to the point where I no longer needed the app. I guess it depends upon the person.
With regard to TE’s warranty, it’s 12 months, but only applies to the original owner. If it was bought from a reseller, they may provide a better alternative, if you can find out who they were and obtain some proof of purchase.
I don’t really want to ever have to rely upon TE customer service. I’ll say no more.
Good wishes with the OP-Z. I’ve found it to be a piece of kit which is unique in its ability to inspire creativity out of nowhere.
I’ve done the same. Preordered. Cancelled. Was becoming more sure I did the right thing as the online videos are really not showing as much diversity in sound as I’d hoped. I realised the price is actually a lot more reasonable than I thought. Maybe it was the OP-1 going up?!?! Anyway got one now and I love it. And in ways i did not expect. Need the iOS App though IMHO. I agree with cloudburst. I really needed some visual feedback to learning the deeper options.