Back in the day the tabs I saw were nowhere as good as Scotch #67 for
splicing - have you found good ones that will last as long? Obviously
not today, but even in the 70s they were a compromise between quality
and convenience. Thus I wouldn't even look for them today unless
someone makes good ones!
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Mar 10, 2006, at 1:44 PM, Tom Fine wrote:
> Does anyone make/sell quarter-inch splicing tabs anymore? I'm talking
> about the white tabs you put over a splice-cut on quarter-inch tape.
> Back in the tape heyday, places like Gotham Audio used to give away
> tab dispensers at trade shows. I thought I had stockpiled enough, but
> no. I much prefer the tabs to regular blue splicing tape, tabs take
> much less time to peel and stick. I think someone still makes sheets
> of cassette-splicing tabs, so do the same folks make 1/4" versions?
> -- Tom Fine