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Post Ada rack questions
hello guys , im new here and i have a couple of questions about paulĀ“s ada rack gear . first of all i recently bought an ada mp1 and an ada poweramp ( i use them with an fender hot rod deluxe 3 combo ) and my question would be can i run them straight into a Marshall cabinet 4x12 ? or do i need to have an amp head too ? also in the intense rock 1 video when paul shows his rack does it go into some amp or just into a cabinet ?
thanks in advance to anyone who replies :D


Thu Jun 19, 2014 3:11 pm
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Post Re: Ada rack questions
Preamp into poweramp into a cabinet would be absolutely fine!

If you're not a member already, I recommend checking out the A/DA depot forum (not trying to get rid of you - use in conjunction with this forum! ;) )

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Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:32 pm
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Post Re: Ada rack questions
Ive ran my ADA MP1 into a Carvin FET450 Power Amp for years and I come out of the Carvin straight into either a Marshall 4 x 12 or for smaller gigs a Genz Benz G-Flex 2x12....

no amp head necessary...

and for the IR 1 vid PG was coming straight out of his rack into a cabinet... 8)


Wed Jun 25, 2014 6:45 am
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