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zeppelin

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MP1 in a Box Finally
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Caption Please.
I got nothing to say but it doesn't look a versatile MP1



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mmm. But probably a great stomp box if that's what you are after (e.g. in FX loop of other setups) Although I suspect you can buy MP1 for less and have all the benefits (midi etc.. apart from age..)
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Wonder where the eq points will be... will it have the lack of bass like the original?
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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With as many modders as we have here someone will likely find a way to substitute a stomp switch for the clean/distortion sliding switch.   Not that I'm suggesting anything  O:-).  For occasional pedalboard junkies like me this would definitely have a use for me.  Definitely should give it a spin when I get the chance.
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Absolutely  >:D go team LOL (and I agree, foot switch for voicing, a good idea, gives you 2 sounds foot selectable).  Hey El haven't seen a spec sheet yet, but good point re the bass centre freq, I just checked the A/DA site, it's not on there yet, seems we got the scoop (go Monty  :thumb-up: ). If you put this in a MP1 loop, you'll have a 4TM LOL (and if it's really quiet, hopefully not add too much noise (like putting MP1 in other MP1 loop, way noisy IIRC)) so may work well for those hear chasing lots of gain ?? Hey I could put 2 of them in MP2 loops (6TM  >:D ). I think/suspect this will work really well for those using MP1 in their GT5 (or similar loops). And really hot up/bring to life older guitar amps (like my 1972 Marshall 50). I'd also like to know what tubes they've used. But I'm sure we'll find out in the fullness of time... So glad they've gone with tubes again !!!
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Hey guys. Full info will be posted very soon. Right now the first run is coming off the line. We will have new photos and information available shortly!

Also some demos will start popping up in about a week or so.
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I was excited at first to see this but upon reading I'm not impressed.  For one theres No channel changer only a switch to go between Clean and Dist Tube. Second a 12Vdc walwart wtf?!
ADA's attempt to get sales out of us. By todays standards it not hard to make a Hair Metal pedal and call it the Mp1 Channel. These so much more going on inside an original Mp1 that I see this pedal coming close but no cake and when the description wrote 280 volts like the original I had to laugh... The original never exceeded 190v and sure as hell wasnt powered by a 12volt walwart.
Cute but I see a Gimmick in the works.
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Hopefully the raised the filament voltage lol
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Hey guys. Full info will be posted very soon. Right now the first run is coming off the line. We will have new photos and information available shortly! Also some demos will start popping up in about a week or so.
Hey Monty, no worries, thanks for the early heads up  :thumb-up: appreciated. I set up a child board for audio/video clips (so you can put some there). Interested to know what tubes you guys selected for it ? LOL
Cheers R
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Hey Monty, no worries, thanks for the early heads up  :thumb-up: appreciated. I set up a child board for audio/video clips (so you can put some there). Interested to know what tubes you guys selected for it ? LOL
Cheers R

Maybe after all the talk in this forum they will go with the Mullar reissues jeje
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Hey El, well that would be my preference (mmm.. Mullard long plates) LOL (no secrets there). Though I did like the original bottles ADA used in both M1 and MP2, Chinese tubes and very nice...well pumped also, they lasted so long...
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Hey Monty, no worries, thanks for the early heads up  :thumb-up: appreciated. I set up a child board for audio/video clips (so you can put some there). Interested to know what tubes you guys selected for it ? LOL
Cheers R

Maybe after all the talk in this forum they will go with the Mullar reissues jeje

 :thumb-up:  :lol:
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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http://adaamps.com/Products/ada-MP1/MP1.htm
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Hey Monty, Cool, but no user manual yet. Does the clean voicing just use OD1 ? And what tubes were hand selected ?? (obviously lots of interest in that here). Sort plates ? long plates ?
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Can't really say tooooo much just yet. There are a few things being finalized. The tubes are high gain, selected for low noise and microphonics. They're not cheap ;)
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