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Let us never forget our beloved founder - RIP Jurrie, we all miss you very much

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Started by van Sinn - Last post by van Sinn
No love there; simply circumventing the wheel of rules, starting to enjoy peek'n'poking the law, so that I can arrange my live at least almost as I see fit, within the context of the law.
Law is f'ckin' like self-spanking, starting to feel the need for an SM chick just to cope with reality.. :facepalm:
In this country it's like Harmony Rose saying "well, that's the thing about bondage, you can't get away"

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Started by rADAr - Last post by Griphook
Maybe this is a stupid question, but why make a pedal sized object that is not a pedal? For the desktop?

    For people who like cluttered desks? :dunno:
Just take a Pedal-Preamp and the GCS-6 an put everything on a Pedalboard. Or put the GCS underneath. Most of the Time you set your Cab sound and be happy with it.

So for all the Pedal-Only-Nerds the GCS-6 is a small option for  versatile Cab-Simulation

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Started by van Sinn - Last post by MarshallJMP
Don't you love all those rules  8) 

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Started by rADAr - Last post by Harley Hexxe
Maybe this is a stupid question, but why make a pedal sized object that is not a pedal? For the desktop?

    For people who like cluttered desks? :dunno:

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Started by van Sinn - Last post by van Sinn
So, well..  having researched law and poked various court cases, I've come to the conclusion that in my country virtually any possibilities has been covered by law to not be able to convert a van into a living space without new taxation.
But! as we all know, a true paranoid always has at least one way out ;)

What I can do, is arrange a van with clothing cabinets, folding bed and table - but no kitchen or bath/toilet.
This will not be a car arranged undoubtedly for living, but will be merely for crashing.
Kitchen and bath can be arranged in a small mini trailer, which will be left more or less permanently on the camping site. Such a trailer, if kept at max 500 Kg, isn't covered by regulations, so I can arrange it to my heart's contents.
I've even come up with a way of hooking the two together so I won't have to go back'n'forth between them.
And, as the van can thus be chosen a bit smaller, fuel economy and parking space requirements are improved too, plus road tax is decently lower. The light trailer has no road tax to it. Sexy solution, methinks.
Add solar panels and batteries to both parts, and I'll be partly off-grid.

I'm turning into a venerable anarchist - from Latin: an archia - without King, without Ruler.
All I need now is a job to cover the costs. We'll see..

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Started by rabidgerry - Last post by MarshallJMP
Before I made those "rack fans" I used a 12" fan sitting in front of my rack which also worked great, but now we have a few gigs I don't see myself carry that thing around and I'm sure out drummer would steal it from me right before the gig.

Dante I must say I really like your "art" that you did on your pedal  :thumb-up:

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Started by tabascojunkie - Last post by MarshallJMP
I changed the EPROM and installed a battery mod. Upon the first powerup after that, it read "C xxx" with xxx being the program numbers. It cycled all the way through 128, then read Err 1 and Err 2 (maybe Err 3 but can't remember). I restored the factory presets and now it seems to be working fine. I guess it's normal for it to do that right after taking the battery out and replacing it?

Totally normal, nothing to worry about.

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Started by rADAr - Last post by rnolan
I agree Dante, that was my initial thought also.

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Started by rabidgerry - Last post by rnolan
I mount my MP-2 at the top, this provides a bit of space above it for the heat to dissipate and I ensure a gap  (albeit small) underneath it so air can get into the vents around the tubes.  Also I mount my QV under the MP-1 as it is a shallow unit which also allows air around the preamp.  So far I haven't needed a fan, and Australia get quite hot in summer.  But a clip on fan just blowing in air at the "open" rear of the rack will assist in keeping the air moving.

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Started by tabascojunkie - Last post by rnolan
I suspect it runs through a complete check, the same happens when you replace the CPU (which I did in one of my MB-1s).

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