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rnolan

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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Hey Dante, have you tried my mid gain MP2 patch based on warm vintage voice 5 (posted in MP2 patches), I find it great for volume knob control (2.5 to 3 ish on JPLP vol pot  :thumb-up: ).
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Of course!

Wait, no, I don't know. I'll try it this weekend
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Although when I put my 3 patches into my latest MP2 I changed it a bit (added some bottom end IIRC), left the other 2 the same. I'm planning a MP2 bake off soon, plug all 4 into a desk, same FX, Amp, Cab and compare them.
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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MP-2 Bake off?  :???: :???: :???:

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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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OH! Behave :nono:

haha  :lol:
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Haha great one  :lol:
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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I do realize this thread is a Bit old, but still have a few comments on the MP1 box.
Haven't had a chance to try it myself, but clips sounds pretty pretty.
Still, IMHO, ADA Amps missed some needed features:

They didn't add a stomp option to switch from clean to distortion, which I see as a bummer.
Further, they should've added rear jack allowing to do this channel switching from remote, like via one of the many [MIDI-based] stomp controllers.
Matter of fact, they should've added stomp switches to allow switching between clean and two different distortions, at least like a boost option for solos, which could easily be done even with only a single set of EQ controls.
And I fail to see why on earth they didn't include the classic compressor, as this is a fairly low expense, component-wise.
And methinks it's too expensive..  Apart from these musings, I have absolutely nothing against this concept box.
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Hey Van, tend to agree with you, it could have been much more/better featured, but then it's starting to be a tube version of their APP1 I spose (also a good idea IMO).

Hey Monty, if your watching the thread ? how are the MP1chs doing ? And any news on a MP3 ??  >:D
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Actually, Tarnowsky did at some point say that they left space enough for a tube in the APP-1..
Which begs the question: Why don't they simply create a pedal combining the APP-1 and the MP1-in-a-box, and add MIDI to it :dunno:
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Makes sense to me  :thumb-up:
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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Actually, Tarnowsky did at some point say that they left space enough for a tube in the APP-1..
Which begs the question: Why don't they simply create a pedal combining the APP-1 and the MP1-in-a-box, and add MIDI to it :dunno:

Hey Van, you should sell the idea to Tarnowsky
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Re: MP1 in a Box Finally
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* nah, not needed; they're members in here and will read this anyways, plus the box is already in the market; they can dub it to a future upgrade and give me a donation at will ;)
(besides, I just might have more advanced hardware plans on my own.. (getting ot, methinks))
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