So how rare are these?

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  1. drod2045

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    Ibanez AD202 Rack delay
    http://members.chello.nl/~t.heertjes/rack/ad202.JPG

    i bet theyre uber expensive if one was to turn up. Anyone try one? I wish they would reissue it!!!!!!! If i were to come across one for a good price, Id snatch it up in a heart beat. What mroe could you want in a delay????

    Hey Ibanez, you listening???? :crazyguy
     
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    There's always some on ebay($200-250).The AD-900 with the two MN3005 chips is pretty much the same thing without the modulation.
     
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    modulation is a huge selling point and quality in delays. this has chorusing and flanging capabilities. It also has a doubling delay feature. the harmony central reviews are stellar on this unit. there is one on ebay now but it says "good working condition"..i think i may hold out for one. Does anyone know if it comes with a footswitch or can take a footswitch? the seller on ebay doesnt seem to have one

    I dont get it, why wouldnt ibanez try and make an updated version of these (esp with the high praise)?
     
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    I've got one. I don't use it much though because of the rack configuration, but it sounds good.
     
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    You might want to check if the modulation works with the delay on.
     
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    It will accept a footswitch, but I've never seen them come with one. I've looked at the schematic before and it would be easy to build a footswitch.
     
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    Where do you see this at? I hardly ever hear anybody talk about this delay.
     
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    Wow, talk about a trip down memory lane! I bought one of these brand new probably around 1979 -81 or so if my memory is correct. Anyway, it was a great sounding and quite versatile unit. It is so weird that I was just thinking about this thing several days ago and this thread pops up:NUTS
     
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