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Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby vandermann » 21 Mar 2012, 19:40

Guys,

below some line6 M9 gutshots. I need to opened it to replace a bad LCD and took some pictures.
The M9 schematic is attached as well.
Maybe it help somebody.

Cheers,

Vanderson

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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby drbob1 » 22 Mar 2012, 03:03

Wow, SMT and VLSI sure keeps the parts count down, doesn't it!
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby vandermann » 22 Mar 2012, 03:27

Yes, but it's painfully to do any kind of maintenance.

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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby Ice-9 » 22 Mar 2012, 10:05

Nice, there is a jtag connection there, could be useful
It's fairly straight forward, if you want to start it , press start. You can work out the rest of the controls for yourself !

No silicon heaven ? preposterous ! Where would all the calculators go ?
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby Sweetalk » 27 Mar 2012, 14:15

Ice-9 wrote:Nice, there is a jtag connection there, could be useful


Yeah, but seems to be just for the LPC2220 that manages the controls and LCD. Although is very interesting, let's hook it up to the LPCXpresso!! :mrgreen:
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby cobrinha » 28 May 2014, 13:10

Hi,
since some of my switches got out of control over the years i decided to replace them with solid spdt switches.
everything fits into the enclosure and the tap and fx3unit switches work fine but the upper switch of the fx1 unit
doesnt work and the lower fx1 switch is only turning off the lower fx2unit and nothing else.
its my first try to mod this thing so..
can someone draw me some kind of diagram how to solder the switches with two connetors to the footswitch pcb with four connectors ?

thanks
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby cobrinha » 28 May 2014, 13:22

cobrinha wrote:Hi,
since some of my switches got out of control over the years i decided to replace them with solid spdt switches.
everything fits into the enclosure and the tap and fx3unit switches work fine but the upper switch of the fx1 unit
doesnt work and the lower fx1 switch is only turning off the lower fx2unit and nothing else.
its my first try to mod this thing so..
can someone draw me some kind of diagram how to solder the switches with two connetors to the footswitch pcb with four connectors ?

thanks


oh iam sorry i just opened the enclosure and i saw that i put the lower fx1 and fx2 switches in the wrong position
so the lower fx1 is the lower fx2 switch...
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby gungr » 27 Jul 2015, 01:08

vandermann wrote:Guys,

below some line6 M9 gutshots. I need to opened it to replace a bad LCD and took some pictures.
The M9 schematic is attached as well.
Maybe it help somebody.

Cheers,

Vanderson

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Just wanted to say thank you for the Line 6 M9 schematics, they indeed were very helpful!
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Re: Line6 M9 Gutshots

Postby Pumpensmear » 03 Mar 2018, 07:30

I fried my m9 using a 110v supply in Australia.
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