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Re: EDP Input Level/distortion problems. Old story...
Okay, so I'm really embarrassed. No doubt about that. I won't hesitate to
ask if there's anyone on the list, or a recommendation of yours, kim, to do
the mod for me. Sadly, you don't wanna let me near a doorknob with a
screwdriver, let alone a soldering iron... Thanks, todd
Okay, now I'm really embarrassed, can we start a looper's delight therapy
On 8/26/01 4:22 PM, "Kim Flint" <email@example.com> wrote:
> At 09:34 AM 8/26/2001, todd reynolds wrote:
>> Remember that old thread about distortion issues with the edp? Well, I'm
>> embarrassed to admit I've always had that problem, and have never
>> it. I have what I think is a pretty old one. And ever since I
>> it, used, I've never been able to play the damn thing without clipping.
>> amount of adjustment on input gain seems to work, no matter what the
>> is, (currently I'm sending from a aux send of a mackie and returning to
>> regular channel). If it's too low, there's not enough output. So I'm
>> up, and it's time to change those resistors, or get some mods or
>> I'm missing.
> the mod to fix that has been recommended for about five years now Todd,
> that's a lot of procrastinating! :-) It is easy to do if you know how to
> solder (or know somebody who knows how). It just requires changing two
> resistor values. It's explained in the Echoplex FAQ at Looper's Delight:
> so people aren't not confused, this problem was fixed in production
> echoplexes as of late 1997.
>> I only have
>> an old email address from this list for shane radke, so I could use an
>> updated contact, or any other advice you all might have. Thanks in
> That info is on the Echoplex page of looper's delight, there is a little
> section there for phone and email contacts at Gibson.
> http://www.loopers-delight.com/tools/echoplex/echoplex.html Shane is
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