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Re: More EDP questions for Andy
Title: Re: More EDP questions for Andy
Thanks so much for all your replies to my EDP questions. I really
appreciate them -- especially because I really like the EDP and in a short
time it's become an essential part of what I'm doing musically.
I haven't had a chance to have someone come and reseat the chips yet -- I'll
do it when this weekend is over. Meanwhile, the EDP did one thing it's not
done yet -- I had a loop recorded and the EDP was in mute mode. After a few
minutes, it went out of mute mode by itself, played the loop for a bit, then
stopped. when I looked at the front panel, it was back in that "LOOP 3"
eternal cycle display.
Could this be an indication of something else wrong with it than just loose
memory chips? And should I perhaps send it into Gibson or wherever I send
it for factory repairs? (I'd rather not, since I'm working with it every
My other question is , all this is
making me nervous. I'm going to be doing quite a bit of performing with it
and was wondering if there is anything I can do to make it more stable --
another way of securing the chips, perhaps? I'm actually considering
getting a boomerang or line 6 for backup, though I'd rather not. Any suggestions?
thanks again for your quick replies to my questions --