Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2011 9:05 PM (in response to Manstone)Re: wah problem on pod HD 500 ?
I nearly always place a Wah in the OFF position before a Screamer in my signal chain, but have to say I've never noticed any tone sucking such as you're describing.
What firmware version are you running in your POD? When you last updated your POD's firmware did you clear the unit's Global Parameter settings by holding down the left button on the 4 way Nav pad? This won't delete your presets, but it will set all global parameters back to factory defaults including Set List names and you will need to recalibrate your unit's expression pedal.
Also, check your POD's input configuration for the presets you're having trouble with.
What guitar are you using when you notice this problem?
Is your POD HD500 connected to a computer when this issue occurs?
Can you post an example of a preset that demonstrates the issue please?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 20, 2011 10:00 AM (in response to Nick_Mattocks)Re: wah problem on pod HD 500 ?
i only bought the HD500 yesterday, so it's straight out of the box.
i don't have it connected to my computer, it was going through headphones and then i tried it into my Tascam Neo recorder. The guitars used are various Gibson Les Paul, Ibanez, PRS guitars
i have it set as follows:
screamer: Drive 65 %
Bass 50 %
Tone 45 %
Treble 50 %
Output 65 %
Treadplate amp model : Drive 35 %
Bass 25 %
Mid 85 %
Treble 60 %
Presence 50 %
Volume 50 %
Graphic eq (to roll off exessive low end) 80 Hz -5.0