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rnolan

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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Hey MJMP, why aren't I not surprised  :wave: , but conceptually it does does a similar/same thing to other units which have come "much later". Crap these guys at ADA were soo ahead of the curve...
Time to stuff around with the MP2 macros, never played in that space before....  :whoohoo!:
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Yes it does.

I also like the idea they had with that softswitch in the expression pedal.They switch without a switch.It was a genius idea.
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Man they cream me, hey I've been on the ADA road for a long while now (as have many here). Such great gear, so well thought out, well IMHO  :thumb-up:
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Yep now you mention it,i've been using ADA since '91 so that's 25 years already  :o
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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I bought my first MP-1 around '90-'91 too

Got my MP-2 in 1996

Got my classic about ten years after that (right Kim?)
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Got my MP-2 in 1996

Got my classic about ten years after that (right Kim?)

About 2010 or so, iirc. 
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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well, I don't remember anything correctly, so I'll take your word for it!

BTW: I LOVE that Classic - still my preamp of choice  :thumb-up:
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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This ADA Foot-Gear seems to be nice pieces of engineering  :thumb-up:

I also love my Classic. Lacks a bit of bottom end, but that's nothing one could fix with a bit EQing ^.^

My FCB1010 totally nails it, for what I'm doing PLUS it has 2 pedals on Board :) Could be a bit more solid though
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Re: Adding an Expression Pedal?
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Hi everybody,there is a turkish quad switch on ebay 90$
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