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 on: Today at 05:56 AM 
Started by MikeB - Last post by MarshallJMP
Looks really nice. But now you will need a backup for the backup  >:D

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 on: Today at 03:18 AM 
Started by MikeB - Last post by rnolan
Hey Mike, good score  :thumb-up: , looks very clean and a later (no top switch) version.  They do look like the original tubes.

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 on: Today at 01:59 AM 
Started by Griphook - Last post by rnolan
Hey Feki, no worries  :wave: , what EPROM do you have in your MP2 ?  It will display the version when you turn it on. The last EPROM (firmware) upgrade was v1.41 (you can buy one here http://www.marshalljmpmodshop.net/miscellaneous_parts_and_replacement_tubes.htm if yours is older).  The later EPROM has a fix for the slow patch change in the MP2, when they first came out it was the one thing that bugged me, very slow patch changes, but they fixed it pretty quickly with a new EPROM.  If you have 1.41 EPROM, you can change the program change speed to fast (IIRC it's in the midi menus).  Also run your midi switcher into the MP2 midi in and the GMaj off the MP2 midi through (if you don't already).

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 on: Today at 01:53 AM 
Started by davidfugler - Last post by Chamai
what power amp and speakers are you using?
im rocking a marshall 9005 power amp with g12t75 speakers. my mp1 sounds freaken massive.


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Started by MikeB - Last post by MikeB
A funny thing happened at work two weeks ago.  I was having a break and checked my email.  I got some Line 6 spam.  They were pushing this new all-singing-all-dancing thing and one of the selling points was that it was a good option for a spare/backup or fly-rig.  I was checking it out and it looked pretty nifty but about AUD$1000.  It got me thinking about the fact that I don't have a spare/backup for my mp1.  I then checked out the new MP stomp options (App1, Channel) and they left me feeling like they were not really what I was after.  Then I did something that I do every now and then and I checked to see if someone in Australia was selling an MP1 (hey, you have to have hope!).  Nothing, but there were a couple listed for sale in the US.  One in particular caught my eye.  At face value it was a stock, working MP1 in good condition for US$250.  The new eBay global shipping thing was enabled that had conversion to AUD and shipping etc.  no more "US shipping only".  It looked pretty reasonable.  I would be able to have this thing delivered for under AUD$500.  The seller assured me that he had recently been playing it and it sounded great. So I did it!!

It arrived today.  It is 110V so I can't try it out until Sunday when I go Richard's place and I can plug it into his step-down transformer.  Externally it looks pretty clean.  Some scratches on the covers.  Very little rack rash on the ears (almost none).  I cracked it open and had a look.  I'm pretty happy so far.  Internally it almost looks like NOS.  Seems to have never been touched.  There is a 2.01 EPROM and what I suspect may be the original tubes.  Check out the pics:


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Started by ADA Amplification - Last post by Kim
Folks, please be considerate of the OP's thread.   C:-)

The rack gear discussion on this thread has been moved to Re: Mp-3?

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Started by bunkyloo - Last post by bunkyloo
Yes Dante perhaps we are in better hands here with all the great people here at the depot lol I just had to vent.

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Started by Griphook - Last post by Feki
Hi, thank you for the answer. I've tried ADA> GMAJ> POWERAMP. The result is good, but there is a large latency for switching between presets. My, GSP1101 in 4cable setup works perfect for ADA, but I need it for other equipment, another rack.

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Started by bunkyloo - Last post by Dante
A few years back, I brought my MP-2 to the official ADA legacy repair guy. Let's just say he had my unit way too long, but I did get it back in working order. He did a noise mod to it, but it's already noisy again. I'll do the next one myself

Not sure if they're still using the same guy, but if they are, be patient. Have a backup unit to use while yours is in the shop

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Started by bunkyloo - Last post by van Sinn
Actually, at least last time I checked, ADA Amps did provide factory support on legacy A/DA gear.
And good seeing the original flanger reinstated ;)

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