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Old 2004-11-10, 00:26
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what would be better for an aggressive slayer sound, an ada mp-1, or marshall jmp1?

[edit] and what sort of price do they ebay at?

jmp-1 yo.... (buy mine)

the jmp-1 can hit just about any marshall sound on the money... i just want more than a marshall sound.

the mp-1 is good and does do a good shred lead tone, and can be modded to sound more marshallish... but the jmp-1 would be better imo for slayerish tone.

part of it is that slayer actually uses marshalls...
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Old 2004-11-10, 15:06
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yeah.. lol how much u selling it for and how much would it be to send the the uk? prob lots...
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Old 2004-11-10, 18:25
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new marshalls are really cheap for you man.
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Old 2004-11-11, 10:36
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yeah.. lol how much u selling it for and how much would it be to send the the uk? prob lots...

probably more than the trouble is worth... not to mention power differences... so scrap that.
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Old 2004-11-11, 11:22
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i was wondering about the power differences, like if i got an engl or laney or some other head made in europe would it work here?
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Old 2004-11-11, 11:33
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if its an export model, yes. then they're wired for 120v(?) over here everything is 220v, they have different powertransformers or fuses and shit. my poweramp had a switch for it so you could change it instantly. (nice for international tours heh)
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Okay, there is this JMP-1 preamp that goes for about 350$, i think i could get the price down a bit if i tried, but do you think i should go for it. I mean i really like marshall tone and Slayers tone is awesome too, and i read somewhere in an interview with Kerry that he had experimented with this preamp and thought it was good. I have my Musicman RD-100 that i can use as a poweramp as it has tubes.
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Old 2004-11-11, 15:39
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i doubt you could get it cheaper than $350... maybe if you'r lucky. but these days they seem to be going about $400...
i'm selling mine for bout' $400(i'll pay shipping within the u.s.)

but if you can get it for that cheap i'd suggest you jump on it..

though if you really more of an exact slayer tone you shold get a jcm 800. because thats what they use. the jmp-1 can hit them pretty well, as it can pretty much give you any marshallish sound you want, and with much more accuaracy than cruddy line 6 type stuff too... i think if you dig marshall tone at all, whether it's an mg or a plexi, you could probably get some tones you'll like out of it.
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Old 2004-11-11, 17:19
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hey xdx what does the channel limiter do? i cant seem to figure it out...
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Old 2004-11-11, 17:42
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channel limiter?
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Old 2004-11-11, 17:57
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yea its one of the features on the msp1000

er actually compresser limiter
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compressor flattens out your tone, i like em.
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Old 2004-11-11, 23:16
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yea its one of the features on the msp1000

er actually compresser limiter

i was just about to say, my msp 1000 has no "channel limiter"...
the compressor is a tool to flatten(compress) you sound, it takes away from the dynamics, the harder you play the more it compresses. which i think is awesome for rythemic chugs and lead tone... it stays more constant... some people hate it, i love it.


one knob(the far right one) adjusts the output level... so it kinda works like a volume knob because compression can take away from your volume. the other two, the threshold and ratio knobs are what you use to decide how much compression is in your signal.
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