Currently Being ModeratedSep 26, 2011 11:58 AM (in response to javi_bassist)Re: A question about the Amp models of LowDown
when you change presets the amp restores the remembered settings (which you can change/store your own by holding the respective preset letter a few seconds)
but your knobs may be in a very different location than the saved tone...
so as soon as you moved it a little... it will jump from where it was saved to where the knob is physically situated now... causing the jump as it catches up and effectively enters an edit mode.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 26, 2011 12:01 PM (in response to javi_bassist)Re: RE: A question about the Amp models of LowDown
It is because when you switch to a different (digital) amp model, it will cause the amp to recall a set of digital value "defaults" associated with that Amp Model initially.
The minute you then change the Drive/Gain knob, the sound may change drastically, since the digital value of the knob is not necessarily the same as where the knob itself it physically positioned (this is the nature of all digital modelling devices, actually).
In order to get the sound back to the default value, you'd have to know where it was originally set to, or just use your ears and turn the particular parameter until the tone or output matches what you heard initially.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2012 2:44 PM (in response to javi_bassist)Re: A question about the Amp models of LowDown
It would be nice if in the manual or somewhere could show us the actually settings of those "defaults" that way we could set the knobs there BEFORE calling up a preset and make small adjustments or tweaks without the massive changes like we've experienced... I know I've spent more than enouogh time tweak a preset only to call it back up because I need to start over hahaha