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 on: Today at 02:24 AM 
Started by Chucky - Last post by Griphook
Nice Review! Definitely a cool sounding Pedal!

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Started by Chucky - Last post by Dante
Just watched it...NICE ORVILLE!

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Started by Chucky - Last post by Chucky
Hi guys!!

I decided to squeeze 5 minutes out of my schedule to make you listen to the APP-1.
This is a no frills video.
I recorded the whole thing without any preparation or editing.
Zoom Q4N for camera and audio recording.



Set-up:
Orville Les Paul with stock pick-ups.
ADA APP-1 fed into my Joyo DualKlonz (Yeah yeah, this is my new baby...  :thumb-up: ) effect loop return.
The Joyo has EL-34 and was running in a Marshall "JCM-800" setting.
There is a hint of reverb provided by a TC Electronic Nova System.
The cab is a Marshall Valvestate 8412 loaded with the stock Celestions 35 watts each.

Hope this helps you seize the machine a little better.
I didn't plan any special things to play, so you get a bit of wine-fed noodling.

I still have to say that this thing is quite impressive!! I love it!

Feel free to ask as many questions as needed!!   :canadian-flag-banana-smiley-e


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Started by Griphook - Last post by bunkyloo
Oh jeez that's one less footswitch that took me forever to get  :lol:

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Started by Griphook - Last post by Griphook
Just imagine the possibilities with this. Improved firmware, made by "MJMP and Adadepot" :banana-trip:
...If it works  ::)

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Started by Griphook - Last post by rnolan
MJMP,  :bow: , this has (obviously) got your interest LoL

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Started by Griphook - Last post by MarshallJMP
Doing A LOT of research  :D and then compare it to the pcb layout you put on dropbox .

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Started by Griphook - Last post by Griphook
How did you manage to do that?

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Started by peoriashows - Last post by Dante
I fixed it - sorta

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Started by Griphook - Last post by MarshallJMP
I think I figured out what the other 2 ic's are. The 6 pin is a 4N38 and the 24 pin is an old MC6850 ACIA or asynchronous communications interface adaptor chip. This is actually on of the peripheral chips of MC6800 CPU line of Motorola.

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