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    take a look in the cyber commander manual. all the info you need is there. see
    http://www.generalcybersystems.com/r...erSEManual.pdf
    see chapter14, all the info is in there.

    ciao,
    johnny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny stecchino View Post
    take a look in the cyber commander manual. all the info you need is there. see
    http://www.generalcybersystems.com/r...erSEManual.pdf
    see chapter14, all the info is in there.

    ciao,
    johnny.
    Ahhh, if only that was a live link :-/ I have found a Cyber Twin not far from my place in France advertised for sale, but I don't really see the value in having two other than for redundancy. It's probably better to consider a wet/dry set up with a different, complimentary amp. It is interesting how much more support I have found for my much older 1995 Digitech GSP2101 than for my 2004 Cyber Twin. Cyber Commander unobtainable so far that I and others looking for it have found. Sakes alive, the 2101 can be accessed via PC with free Midi Ox!...I guess I' will investigate any possibilities with SYSEX madness in the next couple of weeks. One thing is for certain, Cyber Twin sounds WAAAAAAAAY better than the 2101! My main issue is finding a midi controller now, Cyber Foot and Johnson J12 being so rare. I guess I will start with a Boss expression pedal and a Behringer FCB1010 and see where that gets me. The Cyber Twin I still use at least once a week....The GSP 2101 not so much...

 

 

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