Currently Being ModeratedAug 11, 2012 6:47 AM (in response to cenerentola)Re: Problem with the dual amp - POD HD500
You need to look at the effects you are placing after the amps and the mixer settings. Effects placed after the amps can sum both amps before applying the effect. Also check the panning settings in the mixer that's in the signal chain.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 11, 2012 9:47 AM (in response to Crusty_Old_Rocker)Re: Problem with the dual amp - POD HD500
i tried any pannning combination with no positive result. I always hear the path A, no matter where do i pan the signal.
I actually hear the two amps in the same path (A or B), switching on/off button of the single amps. But i did not have any effects, neither on, either selected, because i was trying only the amps to figure the problem out.
Could i make any mistake when i split the 2 amps? meaning when i literally grab the amp icon and move it down to double the line?
And why when i start using a preset with the dual amps, i hear the 2 different amps and suddently for some reason when i remove the effects to tweak my own sound i still hear the amp A only?
i am pod-dummy...
Currently Being ModeratedAug 11, 2012 10:31 AM (in response to cenerentola)Re: Problem with the dual amp - POD HD500
If you have a dual amp tone with no effects (or true stereo effect like a volume pedal or wah, for example) before the split point, you need to make sure you have the input for Tone B set to "same". Otherwise, there will be no signal going to the amp in path B.