On Nov 20, 2013, at 2:07 PM, Paul Stamler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Not so old; GML equipment is contemporary, still in production. It's very high-quality; if anything should be transparent, GML stuff should be.
Unfortunately, apparently no longer in active production.
Idle curiousity made me go to the GML web site, and see this:
August 14th 2013
Dear all of our loyal customers,
Please let this clarify the current production status of GML, LLC products to the extent that I can.
After more than 10 years of manufacturing and supporting GML products, Manley Labs has decided to cease manufacturing GML products, citing the difficulty of doing so profitably while costs have risen significantly over the years.
At this time, it appears that there is no further inventory available at Manley Labs, but there remains a bit of inventory left in the sales pipeline, both in the US or abroad.
Whatís clear at this time is that we are committed to continuing support to current and past GML customers to the best of our ability. We will always honor customers with products under the terms and conditions of our warranty, and itís my hope that Manley Labs will do the same.
We will have more on our status and plans shortly.
George Massenburg Labs