ADA MP-1 List
This mailing list provides a forum for guitarists who are interested in the ADA MP-1 preamplifier, and other closely related ADA gear, such as the ADA MP-1 Classic, ADA MP-2, ADA Quad Tube, ADA Microcab, and ADA power amplifiers. Repair help questions are welcome, of course, as are technical debates about modifications. Commercial topics (for sale, repair/mod services) are also welcome.
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visit the ADA-MP1
Interesting files related to the ADA MP-1 and other ADA
gear are located in the file area.
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