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 on: Today at 03:57 PM 
Started by losman26 - Last post by MikeB
Hi. Welcome aboard.  :waving-banana-smiley-emoticon
That's a bitch about not being able to get your first mp2 back.  :'(
Try not to let this one out of your sight.

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 on: Today at 02:25 PM 
Started by losman26 - Last post by Soloist
Hello fellow Michigander!  Welcome  :headbanger:

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 on: Today at 10:13 AM 
Started by losman26 - Last post by herbyguitar
Howdy from one newb to another   :wave:

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 on: Today at 09:16 AM 
Started by losman26 - Last post by losman26
I mistakenly purchased an mpc controller thinking it was the mxc. It is way too hard to find the mxc. Is there another brand that does the same thing? I also bought, the ccp , and the quad switch as well.

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 on: Today at 08:54 AM 
Started by losman26 - Last post by losman26
Hi everyone,
Just wanted to share my ADA story
I had two mp1s and an mp2 back in the day, along with the vintage split cabs which I sold to eventually get a marshall 4 x12..  Sold my mp1s and then lent out my mp2 to a friend 15 years ago, and wasn't able to get it back.  Nowadays, primarily being a classical/ fingerstyle guitarist,  I pretty much lost all interest in playing electric guitar up until a few months ago.  I sold my Mesa rectoverb 50 combo for cheap a couple of years ago, because of this.

Wanted to get back into playing, I thought about what the best option for an amp would be without spending too much $.  I found an mp2 on ebay, then convinced a someone to sell me a microtube 200 poweramp all the way in Portland.  My thoughts on going back to ADA was that with my playing experience and age, I could get this thing to sound even better now. Back in my teens/ early 20's, I used way too much gain, and had no sense of tone.   I just picked up a mesa mini-recto 1x12 cab, and it sounds killer.  I think I prefer the mp2 to the mp1, because of the eq options.  I am playing through a parker fly, which doesn't have a huge sound like a les Paul, and requires a lot of tweaking of the eq.  My favorite patch so far is Dante's (I believe it's him) JCM 800 patch.  I modified it slightly. 

Anyways, that's about it.

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 on: Today at 02:40 AM 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by MarshallJMP
Yes that could be, now as soon as the led goes on there is no added gain anymore, it get's compressed with diodes. More gain will give more chance on getting feedback.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by herbyguitar
When I set my OD1 to 10 the OD1 light in front stays lit. Is this supposed to stay lit with this much gain? I've never set it this high before so I don't know. I also get a very slight 'after' squeak or squeal on some notes. I never noticed this before either, but then again, I've never played on 10 before. It was always too muddy to go this high.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by Systematic Chaos
A couple of questions: MP1

1) Anyone know where "flat" is on the MP1? Is it @ 0, 0, 0, 0, or is it somewhere else?

2) Is this all I need to change the bass center point? (replace R168 (5k1) with a 10k trimpot). I found that in another thread. I'd like to move the point down off the low mids and more into the bass area. Maybe around 80 hz (thoughts) ???
I can do this with a parametric but it would be more effective to also alter the bass frequency middle.

1) 0 is flat / noon

2) check Step 10 in the Mod3.666 instructions This lets you fine-tune all Treb/Mid/Bass circuitry in the MP-1 individually to your desired sweet spots

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 on: Time Format 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by herbyguitar
A couple of questions: MP1

1) Anyone know where "flat" is on the MP1? Is it @ 0, 0, 0, 0, or is it somewhere else?

2) Is this all I need to change the bass center point? (replace R168 (5k1) with a 10k trimpot). I found that in another thread. I'd like to move the point down off the low mids and more into the bass area. Maybe around 80 hz (thoughts) ???
I can do this with a parametric but it would be more effective to also alter the bass frequency middle point.

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 on: Time Format 
Started by herbyguitar - Last post by rnolan
You won't be disappointed!
+1  :thumb-up:

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