ADA Depot Too - A Forum To Support Users of ADA Amplification Gear

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  


The OLD Depot is BACK!! Thanks to Nick, Jurrie's son!! Here's a link to view the old (original) ADA Depot! The Old ADA Depot

If you can, please send a small donation, for keeping up the hosting, etc.

Pages: [1]   Go Down

Author Topic: Gear decisions.. need advice  (Read 2534 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.


  • Guest
Gear decisions.. need advice
« on: Time Format »

I need help on deciding which gear to keep, as most must be sold.
I'll be selling all strictly unneeded gear, like a Lexicon MPX G2, my 2nd MP-2, my recording RME 9½" rig, Mackie HR624's and other things.
Ideally (given my housing situation), I should keep only one MP-2, but..

My last rig was: MP-2, Digitech TSR-24S, Lexicon Vortex, and an ADR Gemini compressor/limiter as a finalizer, plus either a Behringer 1010 or a Rocktron All Access as footwear.

To keep some basic ability for getting back to music in a years time or so, I could preemptively prepare a more basic sound with an MP-2 and just a reverb pedal in the loop, but I have the feeling I'd quickly get stuck in the groove without the range of effects from the TSR-24S. As I would likely miss the Vortex for solo delays.
Add to this that neither the TSR nor the Vortex sells expensively..
The All Access is actually compact for its feature set - but damn heavy ;)

What I keep must be kept at low foot print real estate and weight, as it'll go in storage for later intl shipping.
Give me a helping virtual hand, guyz :wave:
« Last Edit: Time Format by van Sinn »


  • Guest
Re: Gear decisions.. need advice
« Reply #1 on: Time Format »

Brainstorm over; decisions taken. Sometimes it helps just writing about it ;)
I'll keep one mp-2, the Vortex, the ADR, the All Access, and likely one guitar.
It's already packed, as is most [few remaining] things that'll go on sale.
« Last Edit: Time Format by van Sinn »
Pages: [1]   Go Up