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Effects / Re: Let's see your pedalboards!
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This has been it for the last several months, but it'll be gone by the end of the week when all the pedals go into rack drawers. Just wanted to share how some lunatic bass players roll.  :banana-rock:

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / Re: FS: MXC | Quad | 4x4
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The Quad is actually new. NOS sitting in the case at the local music store for years. They had no idea where the box went. LOL

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / FS: MXC | Quad | 4x4
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All work perfectly. Condition and prices (USD) as described below:
  • MXC - VG - 100
  • Quad - MINT - 40
  • 4X4 - Fair/Good (dent on bottom and missing foot) - 20

Pictures:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1UaLc1ZEwNZpykl_AN9_0EPOBf_NBV5G-?usp=sharing

I'll ship anywhere from USA. Buyer pays. Also listed on Reverb (as a lot)

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / Re: WTB - CCP
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Don't worry about the chatter boys. If problems get solved it's all good!

Rich if you're interested by all means go ahead with any of what's available. I've gone though a bit of a paradigm shift in my thinking here. Changing direction. In addition to the ADA I have a couple of rack units and several pedals. I just picked up a 12 port RJM Effect Gizmo and a FAMC Liquid Foot+ 12. Time to put an end to the tap dance. I can't imagine that there's anything the MXC can do that the LF12 can't, and the additional features (primarily programmability) the LF12 will bring to the table are yet another game changer. I'll have the MXC, a Quad, and a 4X4 for sale here shortly.

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / Re: WTB - CCP
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Normally any expression pedal will work. (no volume pedals!!)
Understood. Thanks MJMP!

Hi TerraSaw! I'll check the pics. Thanks!

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / Re: WTB - CCP
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Do you know if any expression pedal will work? I'm more than willing to use something else, but I couldn't find much in the way of specifics. Didn't want to go picking up something that wasn't compatible somehow. As always, thanks for the input!

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Buy & Sell ADA Gear / WTB - CCP >CLOSED<
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Looking for CCP. I've found one online. Maybe $93 shipped is fair, but it seems a bit high based on some past sales. Figured I would at least throw it out here and perhaps give my money to a member rather than some store. Thanks!

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Greetings!
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Here's some more discussion about that  :thumb-up:
http://adadepot.com/index.php?topic=153.0
Thanks for this Peter. I messed with this last night. What a game changer! I can't believe 25 years after I bought this thing I'm learning about all of this. Between the knowledge and the improvement from the mods, it's like a whole new toy!

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Basses / Re: The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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Thanks Rich!

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Basses / Re: The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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Thanks Dante! I like to share those that project in case someone is looking for such a solution. I believe the Teensy processor unit on that foot pedal cost about $30 USD. Everything else was recycled from somewhere.

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Basses / Re: The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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And finally, after getting into the 8 and 12 string thing I began experimenting with adding guitar amps to the mix. I picked up this solid state Orange head (CR120) because it sounds great without the maintenance or expense of a tube head. Needed a cabinet to go with it so I built this Orange inspired 2x12, sized appropriately to match the head. Cab is loaded with two 75 watt Eminence Governors at 8 ohms.

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Basses / Re: The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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A couple more things to show off if I may be so bold. Here's a 1x12 guitar cabinet I built for my vintageish made in England Celestion greenback. Grill cloth was repurposed from an old transistor organ. The bass pedals from a similar organ were wired up to a Teensy microcomputer to create this foot pedal midi controller. Easy DIY project. Works great!

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Basses / Re: The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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Part II:

16 Fender USA Geddy Lee Jazz (black) - Stock. Mean.
10(ish) Waterstone TP-8 (black) - 8 string semi-hollow body.
68(ish) Conrad (red burst) - 4 string hollow body. Still not sure on model and year, but late 60's early 70's. (Would love to know the model number if anyone knows!)

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Basses / The Potomuss Bass-O-Rama
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Part I:

95 Carvin LB70 (blue) - Dumped stock bridge and electronics for Hipshot Kickass bridge and Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder pups w/STC-3P preamp.
92 Carvin LB75 (black) - Stock in this picture, but will get the same treatment as above.
91 Carvin LB75F (white) - Stock fretless with white nylon flats.
95 Hamer B12L (black) - 12 string. No way to describe how much I love this bass.
89 Fender USA Precision Plus (blue) - EMG BQC preamp with active EMG pups at 18v.

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Introduce Yourself / Re: Greetings!
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Oh I see now... you've only got one bass... but it's an Alembic! Heck with that tone generator you don't need much more! I'll work on getting some pics up there.

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