I believe you can choose the option to Manage Your Pledge up until the day the project reaches or does not reach its goal. So, you can up your contribution, reduce your contribution, or remove your contribution. Your payment method only gets charged if the project meets its goal. It's looking pretty tough at this point, to be honest.cgratham wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:56 pmI don't know anyone involved in the film's production, but like larryguitar I've backed it too. This is a project I'd really like to see go ahead and the first thing I've ever backed on Kickstarter. Speaking of which, can anyone tell me if (and how) I can go in and up my contribution?
Thanks larryguitar. Yes it was easy to up my contribution by clicking on the link to "Manage Your Pledge". Fingers crossed that it will get made, and I will now get my physical copy of the DVD!
So, if you look at KickTraq,cgratham wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:31 pmThanks larryguitar. Yes it was easy to up my contribution by clicking on the link to "Manage Your Pledge". Fingers crossed that it will get made, and I will now get my physical copy of the DVD!
It's pretty sad. I posted a comment on the KickStarter page asking if they could create some more pledge levels. There is quite a gap between the highest level and one level down.
Michael,Michael.N. wrote: ↑Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:23 amSeems it's stalled, barely moved. I could donate and try to sell one of my experimental guitars but I can't get it ready in time, certainly not in 5 days. 5,000 Eur is not a lot of money considering how much work and effort goes into a project such as this.
Thanks Stephen! I also balked at the postal charge but sent ahead with the physical copy because I can create a digital copy from that. Although, I suppose the digital copy might be of better quality. So, I'm pretty confused about the whole thing and wish there was a level where I could get both the physical copy and the digital copy.Stephen Kenyon wrote: ↑Sat Jul 08, 2017 10:22 amWell I've just subscribed to the tune of 30 Euros and then annoyed a lot of old contacts by emailing out an appeal for them to do likewise.
I didn't feel the video helped itself by not really selling the concept of the film, in the way the text below did ... and we know how easy it is to not bother with text when there are pretty pictures to look at.
I was going to go for the physical copy at 50 Euros but then it added another 20 for post and I must admit I baulked at that.