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Need a Schematic? Check the Vault *MP-1 Classic Schematics Just Added!!

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Started by Dante - Last post by Soloist
Man I like those shoes. You get your own light show and provides light on the pedal board on a dimly lit stage! :thumb-up:

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Started by Dante - Last post by Peter H. Boer
Very nice  :thumb-up: 8)

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Started by Dante - Last post by MarshallJMP
I gave you the schematics of the footpedal  ;D

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Started by Dante - Last post by MarshallJMP
Well I enjoyed the video  :thumb-up:

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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
Unfortunately, I have not heard from Matt in a while  :(  I do hope he's doing well

Speaking of the MP-2.... Here it is in it's natural environment; a local bar full of 'regulars' there for Halloween. Normally, I like to avoid holiday gigs. It's dangerous getting home, avoiding cops or drunks. This lil' bar down the street is full of our friends, this was our first song of the night (aka Sound Check). Yes, I have lights in my shoes. Shaddup

Rig rundown: MP-2 in the FX loop of my G-System > MicroTube 200 (bridged mono) > Hughes & Kettner Vortex 4x12 cab. Mic'd with my ol' Superlux. Guitar is an Epiphone Korina V with a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge and Jazz in the neck. Switchcraft jack & switch. Possibly some paper-in-oil caps in there...can't remember. Great $400 guitar...highly recommended.  :thumb-up:


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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
It's costly, and it doesn't look like it's all that clean, but it IS a Viper, and it does come with the Snake Charmer footswitch (man, I'd love to reverse engineer that thing)

It's in Texas, here's the link: https://reverb.com/item/19537632-ada-viper-combo-amp-with-snake-charmer-pedal

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Started by van Sinn - Last post by van Sinn
Aaaannd.. breaking the promise not to overdo it.
This one 'came in' while searching for toilet options for autocampers. I know.. some weird striking coincidences..



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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
Tried to get the manual but the damn thing is unreadable.

Haha! I'll look into it...I think the Peavey passed me by, I haven't heard from the guy. I haven't even tried that little Boss MS-3 yet...hoping the delays/reverbs sound good.

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Started by Dante - Last post by MarshallJMP
I think the Boss works the same way as the G sys.
Yep the quad works in a similar way, but it's an ADA, they use this type of voltage switching in other stuff like the 2FX, the MXC and the TFX-4

As for other amps, depends on the circuit but for the peavy it might work. Tried to get the manual but the damn thing is unreadeble.

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Started by Dante - Last post by Dante
So THAT's why it doesn't work. Thanks for the straight answer. I thought I could do it because I can do it with the Quad switch...so, my Quad switch is getting a little juice from the Viper and using that to switch. What about a Boss MS-3? Does that use relays, or do you think it would be able to switch channels in my Viper?

How do I find out if an amp does this or if it can be switched with the relays in the G? I'm looking at a lil' Peavey Classic 20w head.

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