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TAITO DO BRASIL Pinball History (English Subt)! New Pinball Mods Brasil video

By PStudart

7 months ago


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    #1 7 months ago

    Whats up guys!!

    Just put online a new Pinball Mods Brasil video (English subtitled)!

    This one is special. It´s about the history of our brazilian pinball brand, Taito do Brasil.

    Its such an unique story, I hope you like it!

    Also, I talk about its differences from Bally/Williams and whats the best Taito pinball machine, according to the fans!

    See yaa!

    Pinball Mods Brasil

    #2 7 months ago
    Quoted from PStudart:

    Whats up guys!!
    Just put online a new Pinball Mods Brasil video (English subtitled)!
    This one is special. It´s about the history of our brazilian pinball brand, Taito do Brasil.
    Its such an unique story, I hope you like it!
    Also, I talk about its differences from Bally/Williams and whats the best Taito pinball machine, according to the fans!
    See yaa!
    Pinball Mods Brasil

    My favorite, near-unobtainium bootlegs!
    Love your videos and the pinheads down in Brazil! Keep up the great work!

    #3 7 months ago

    I had no idea Taito's were designed with replaceable TIP modules under the playfield for the solenoids. That's fascinating.

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    #4 7 months ago

    Now here's a pinball story I have never heard. Great video! Very informative and entertaining.

    #5 7 months ago
    Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

    My favorite, near-unobtainium bootlegs!
    Love your videos and the pinheads down in Brazil! Keep up the great work!

    Thanks Isochronic!! Yeah, they were good in bootleging the Bally/Williams classics! Good for us! With the prohibition of importing itens during the 80´s here in Brazil, Taito really saved us with those pinball machines!

    #6 7 months ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    I had no idea Taito's were designed with replaceable TIP modules under the playfield for the solenoids. That's fascinating.[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

    Thx, ForceFlow! Most of enthusiasts, even here in Brazil, do not know it! Agreed, it´s fascinating!

    #7 7 months ago

    I follow Paulo's YouTube channel, an easy-to-understand channel, this is very good for hobby hobbyists

    #8 7 months ago

    Mais uma vez de parabéns Paulo, mais um ponto para o hobby. Pinball forver.

    #9 7 months ago
    Quoted from Jappie:

    Now here's a pinball story I have never heard. Great video! Very informative and entertaining.

    Jappie, Im glad you like it. It feels good to promote this story to you guys outside Brazil. Thank you

    #10 7 months ago

    Amazing video Paulo!

    A lot of people tell short stories about Taito.

    But you kick it in 12 minutes!

    Obvious there is a lot more to tell, but you did a great job to our fellows from others countries.
    Now they know what we use to play at 70's 80's and 90's when finally we were able to bring machines again from U.S.

    Congrats

    #11 7 months ago

    Great video Paulo

    The Taito history is very fascinating and much peoples don't know nothing about this, amazing job make a video talking about the great pinball factory from Brazil

    I love Taito pinball machines

    #12 7 months ago

    Fantastic video Paulo!! I never heard the story about the games that were dropped into the ocean!!

    Congrats again!!

    #13 7 months ago

    Congratulations Paulo is the best explanatory video about Taito and the Brazilian pinball.

    #14 7 months ago

    Nice video, worthwhile to watch to learn the history of Taito. I've played a few Taito pins at Expo but didn't know much about them. Thanks for posting.

    #15 7 months ago
    Quoted from Guina:

    I follow Paulo's YouTube channel, an easy-to-understand channel, this is very good for hobby hobbyists

    Thank you, Guina!! Not just for these words, but also for being directly responsible for the amount of awesome modern american pinball machines that we have in Brazil nowadays. And our GNR are finally coming? I wanna play!

    #16 7 months ago
    Quoted from regis:

    Mais uma vez de parabéns Paulo, mais um ponto para o hobby. Pinball forver.

    Grande Régis, valeu meu amigo!! Representando bem demais nosso hobby no Nordeste! Abs

    #17 7 months ago
    Quoted from iure_DJX:

    Amazing video Paulo!
    A lot of people tell short stories about Taito.
    But you kick it in 12 minutes!
    Obvious there is a lot more to tell, but you did a great job to our fellows from others countries.
    Now they know what we use to play at 70's 80's and 90's when finally we were able to bring machines again from U.S.
    Congrats

    Iure, thanks a lot, very nice hearing it from one of the greatest experts in brazilian pinball history! You, Cid, Kobe and other fellow brazilian collector friends are the guys who really began to open that door, presenting our pinball history to other countries, on that Chicago Expo! It was 2010? Really nice story, you did made a good job! Just trying to keep that door open, my friend.

    #18 7 months ago

    First time was 2006.
    The expo presentation was back in 2009.

    #19 7 months ago
    Quoted from iure_DJX:

    First time was 2006.
    The expo presentation was back in 2009.

    2009!! 12 years ago, already! Thanks for making brazilian pinball bigger, my friend!

    #20 7 months ago
    Quoted from Leonardogit:

    Great video Paulo
    The Taito history is very fascinating and much peoples don't know nothing about this, amazing job make a video talking about the great pinball factory from Brazil
    I love Taito pinball machines

    Leo, thank you!! Here in Brazil we need more young and new guys like you in pinball, that love these machines as much as we do!

    #21 7 months ago
    Quoted from fabiofpc:

    Fantastic video Paulo!! I never heard the story about the games that were dropped into the ocean!!
    Congrats again!!

    Thank you, Fabio!!! Yeah, we have a lot of terror stories like this, unfortunately! From pinball machines thrown away in the ocean or in the rivers, to Taitos transformed in chicken houses! Thanks for always promoting our hobby during all these years and for being such a great guy!

    #22 7 months ago
    Quoted from KobePinball:

    Congratulations Paulo is the best explanatory video about Taito and the Brazilian pinball.

    Kobe, really nice words, mainly coming from you! One of the biggest enthusiasts in brazilian pinball, who has the most amazing pinball location that I ever saw, not just in Brazil: Old School Pinball Experience!! Thank you!

    #24 7 months ago
    Quoted from CaptainNeo:

    great work as always.

    Thanks Neo!! Really in a good expectation to visit you guys again soon! Liiiiooonnmaaan!!

    #25 7 months ago
    Quoted from CaptainNeo:

    great work as always.

    Excellent video, makes me want to purchase pin from Brazil now

    #26 7 months ago

    Another great video, full of good information and images.
    Congrats!

    #27 6 months ago
    Quoted from maranho:

    Another great video, full of good information and images.
    Congrats!

    Hey Maranho, thank you, my friend!!! And keep that great work in restaurations!

    #28 6 months ago
    Quoted from gdonovan:

    Excellent video, makes me want to purchase pin from Brazil now

    Gdonovan, Im glad that the video caused this effect in you! Taito are really great pinball machines. Here in Brazil, we love it , and sometimes they worth more than the original american inspiration one. Thank you!

    #29 6 months ago

    Question for any Brazilians who can remember 50 years ago: what information do you have about Gottlieb games made specifically for Brazil? Historian interest centers around Card Trix (IPDB #3748) and Psychedelic (IPDB #1873), but there could be other single-player add-a-ball games from the 1970-71 era that were exported to Brazil. Or maybe Gottlieb made most of the parts and final assembly was done in Brazil. Any clues?
    .................David Marston

    #30 6 months ago
    Quoted from dmarston:

    Question for any Brazilians who can remember 50 years ago: what information do you have about Gottlieb games made specifically for Brazil? Historian interest centers around Card Trix (IPDB #3748) and Psychedelic (IPDB #1873), but there could be other single-player add-a-ball games from the 1970-71 era that were exported to Brazil. Or maybe Gottlieb made most of the parts and final assembly was done in Brazil. Any clues?
    .................David Marston

    Dmarston, this one I will pass, since 50 years ago I wasn´t even born
    But I will talk with some good old friends. If they know something, I will bring it here, ok?
    Thx!

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