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Digital Storage I have a guitar multieffects processor with a built in multi-track recorder. I'm having trouble finding a 128Meg SmartMedia memory card. Can you recommend an alternative? 128Meg is the max it will accept.

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    What!? I'm trying to find a memory card for my Digitech GNX3. My owners manual says it can use SmartMedia cards ranging from 16Meg to 128Meg. Where can I find them, and What would be a suitable alternative?

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