I am trying my memory here because I have not had to edit my Vetta patches for a long time now.
If I remember correctly can only edit patches the User bank not the Factory bank. To edit patches in the Factory bank you need to use Line 6 Edit. I may be wrong but I think that's how it works. I'll try on mine in about 3 hours when I'll be able to have a play with it.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2009 5:27 AM (in response to Crusty_Old_Rocker)Re: vetta II wont save.
thanks, what i actually did was copy the sound from a bank in the factory sets into one of the user sets with line 6 edit, which i then tried to edit (in the user bank) in the amp with no joy.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2009 6:26 AM (in response to Crusty_Old_Rocker)Re: vetta II wont save.
well i bought the amp used, i've had it about a year so i'll look into the battery thing-i didn't know there was one! that could maybe explain the lack of light in the main display. maybe. i have now managed to save settings in line 6 edit, so not a complete loss.
Yes, there is a battery on the Vetta board that may need to be replaced, and it sounds like your unit needs to be serviced for the screen situation. See the following link for getting your unit repaired:
Well just look at the link below that is the battery position in the vetta II and try to change the new one. But I 'd to suggest to the Line 6 team for a next generation of products about the battery. It's very hard to change because we need to take a cover off always for changing the battery inside !!! .
I know if you say just go to the line 6 service shop for do that but some time we do not need to go out and need to do by self.It's true that the life time for one battery is so long but !!! think !! what about when it's run out. yesh it' need to change.
My suggestion is just try to design the easy way to change the battery . If you say How ? just try to move it to the back side and use only one screw only to take a little cover of the battery by do not take a lot of screws and the main cover that you did before. OK the original position of the battery is on the mainboard just try to connect the wire from the base of the small battery rack that should place like the Vetta Digital Interface (VDI) position at the back side to the mainboard. So that's it !!! Now all customers can change the battery by themself.
http://www.vettaville.com/vetta-digital-interface.htm ( Look at the battery position in the mainboard)
The important thing is when you take the battery out you will be need to modify a new one that is the same way I did it. so let see ! you need to find a base of the new battery may be buy from the electric shop or take it from your old a computer's mainboard like this pics from link.