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Temp "Time Format" issue Fix in Discussions

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Started by rabidgerry - Last post by Peter H. Boer
A lot of Graham Bonnet
Alcatraz, MSG, Rainbow.

I'm going to see him and his current band tonight  :headbanger:

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Started by Kim - Last post by van Sinn
Two studio engineers are discussing singers who can't keep correct pitch to the pont they can't really sing.
One says, "sure, the Mellotron and various software may fix pitch problems, but you just can't polish a turd."
The other quickly responds, "oh, but you can. Recording engineers do it every day."

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Started by bunkyloo - Last post by bunkyloo
 :metal: The dirt from Motley Crue comes out Friday On Netflix .I am so super excited the youngsters will get to see that Kanye West is not a Rockstar.
  Just sharing my excitement  :banana-rock:

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Started by mrguitar - Last post by mrguitar
You guys are too kind. Thanks for listening to my ramblings.

Cheers

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Started by Kim - Last post by Peter H. Boer
 :thumb-up: :thumb-up: :thumb-up:

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Started by Kim - Last post by Kim

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Started by herbyguitar - Last post by Iperfungus
Don't think the R17 will work. Was this unit a V1 or V2?

It's a V2.
Rev. G board.


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Started by herbyguitar - Last post by MarshallJMP
Don't think the R17 will work. Was this unit a V1 or V2?

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Started by herbyguitar - Last post by Iperfungus
Well this is quite a strange solution for this. The MP-1 also has a FET input buffer. Now a low pass filter won't help because you can hear the frequency, so you can't filter that out else you get a gap in the audible frequency range. I think it's more of a phase issue and acoustic feedback together with some capacitive or inductive stuff that is going on in the cable. Using a buffer makes everything low impedance between the guitar and the MP-1, this way you get another phase/frequency plot.


This describes an incredibly bad luck!  :lol:

So, do you still think that putting a 560K resistor in R17 would be an attempt that worth a try?
Or can it be something that went wrong with the FET input buffer in the MP-1, after mods?

I did the test with 2 different buffered pedals and it works the same way.
Now I'm about to buy a TC Electronic pure buffer and see what happens.

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Started by ADAddicted - Last post by Iperfungus
Yeah the time you could buy an MP-1 on ebay for 50$ is gone  :-[ even other ADA gear is going up.

I would add that one could buy for a lot of money a real piece of garbage today.
And I know that because, as I already wrote somewhere here, this happened to me.

I sold that unit to a guy who were looking for something to repair...but I've lost money anyway.
I hope the original seller is still sitting on the toilet with diarrhea and cough.

So, be very careful with people you don't know and cannot 100% trust.
I would buy another unit from guys like MJMP only, eventually (and now he prepares to sell me some trash...  :lol:).

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