May 22, 2012
Pedal Auction Description:
westsideguitar Store DIGITECH XP-1000 Jetpack Mods XP 100 XP 200 XP 300 XP 400 all in one! EXC NR DescriptionI have had this pedal since 2007 and now they are even more rare! Very cool pedal combines all the sounds of the XP-100 Whammy Wah, The XP-200 Modulator, XP-300 Space Station, and the XP-400 Reverberator!Actually have been putting off selling it but I need to do some amp mods and need the $$You switch between each of the XP modes via the rotary switch which I flipped upside down as a personal preference. You can reverse it if you wish. You must power down and back up to switch modes. Once you are in the mode you have full function and all presets of that particular pedal! All very cool and ultra rare sounds! You cannot even find many examples of the original pedals let alone have all 4.Expression pedal has been redone with industrial grip tape, new stoppers underneath.I have found that the level control on back panel can go past unity gain and makes for a cool line boost/buffer placed at the front of your chain. My signal could be made hotter at the twist of a knob!Sounds great, in perfect condition, and comes with power supply and manuals/preset lists in PDF form that I will e-mail to winning bidder.Dont miss out on this cult following pedal! I used it extensively on my last album....ultra cool effects!Bidding starts at .99 at 425.00 retail, your chance to steal one? Check my feedback and bid with confidence!US and Canada only.Shipping 18.00 US via USPS priority and Canada 40.00 via USPS International priority. From the original Jetpack listing:JetPackMods XP-1000 FAQQ: Does the XP1000 really have all the sounds from the XP series in one one pedal?A: Yes. All 155 patches from the original 4 XP pedals are in the XP1000 Pedal.Q: Do the patches sound the same as the original XP pedals.A: Yes. Side by side comparisions are indentical.Q: How do I switch between XP modes?Switching between the four XP modes is accomplished via the top-mounted four position rotary switch. You must unplug/power-down the unit, switch modes and then plug-in/power-up the XP1000.Q: Can the unit be switched between modes on the fly without powering down the unit?A: No. Each mode must be loaded into the onboard RAM separately. This is an inherent limitation of the mainboard and available RAM.Q: Is the XP1000 True Bypass?A: No. Outfitting the XP1000 with true bypass would require a very expensive 4PDT Switch which would raise the cost of the MOD by $75 for parts and labor. Not only that, there is very little room to mount a switch without interferring with the existing pedal functions. Nothing short of a complete rehousing would solve this issue from a technical and aesthetic point of view. As long as you adjust the input levels correctly, I think you'll find the XP1000 to be very friendly to your guitar tone.
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