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thelangston

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Re: ADA S1000 Repair Issue
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Will do Harley :-) having a lot of fun with this one.
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Re: ADA S1000 Repair Issue
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I'm sure you are Matt  :thumb-up:

Just out of curiosity, what kind of set up are you running it through?

When I got my first one, I was running it in the effects loop of a GK 250ML before I ever got to try it in the MP-1. It was sounding killer in that amp, (which I still have), and I was able to create several chorus, flange, and delay settings which I wrote down on the blank settings pages in the owners manual. It's surprising what a wide range of effects that little delay can cover.

Enjoy!
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Re: ADA S1000 Repair Issue
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I'm sure you are Matt  :thumb-up:

Just out of curiosity, what kind of set up are you running it through?

When I got my first one, I was running it in the effects loop of a GK 250ML before I ever got to try it in the MP-1. It was sounding killer in that amp, (which I still have), and I was able to create several chorus, flange, and delay settings which I wrote down on the blank settings pages in the owners manual. It's surprising what a wide range of effects that little delay can cover.

Enjoy!


I’m using it in a patchbay with some synths mostly. I’ll for sure be trying it with a guitar setup soon, but I mostly use fx like these for sampling and sound design.
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Re: ADA S1000 Repair Issue
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That's way cool :thumb-up:

I've been told by several studio engineers that they like these old ADA effects in their setups. I imagine they'd work well in the mixing desks too.

Enjoy!
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Re: ADA S1000 Repair Issue
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That's way cool :thumb-up:

I've been told by several studio engineers that they like these old ADA effects in their setups. I imagine they'd work well in the mixing desks too.

Enjoy!
+1  :whoohoo!:
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