Posted 17 October 2013 - 02:11 AM
Don't mean to sound like a jerk, but I'd like to see the high gain amps (sans the SLO models) reworked for enhanced realism. The SLO, as another poster stated, does sound and seems to react in a more amp-like fashion. The other high gain amps (especially my beloved F-Ball ) should really be brought up to snuff.
As for new amp models, I'd like the lead channel from the ENGL Savage 120.
Posted 18 October 2013 - 11:05 AM
Hey guys im new here but i've been loving my new hd desktop so much i decided to sign up on the forums. Managed to combine the dual rec and the uberschall together to get this NASTY high gain rhythm tone. Here's my amp selections that havent already been mentioned:
Posted 02 August 2014 - 05:55 PM
Is it gaining any significant traction? Are there enough people checking it out to make a difference to L6, or is it just there to pacify the vocal minority?
I check IdeaScale probably two or three times a day. And on Fridays, our group gets email updates with all new IdeaScale submissions. We couldn't avoid it even if we wanted to.
The advantage of IdeaScale over forums is that we can actually collect everyone's ideas as meaningful data—e.g. XX% of submitters want a 5150 model. Browsing hundreds of threads on a dozen forums and trying to make sense of it all—not so much.
Posted 03 August 2014 - 04:16 AM
Ideascale is great and I'm sure it's a boon for Line 6 to gather info, but it's becoming spaghetti with the redundant "new ideas" that get posted instead of voting for the ones that were already started.
It needs a search function so that members can search for the idea first and place a vote instead of starting the 15th thread of the same idea. Maybe I am missing something very obvious, is there a way to search on Ideascale? If it's there and I have been missing it I will gladly bow my head in shame, but I just don't see it.
Posted 03 August 2014 - 10:56 AM
There's close to 150 items "in review". I'm curious as to what that means exactly, and how/when/if they'll transition into "in progress". There's some good stuff "in review", but no way to tell what's going on with it. Are we any closer to getting that 5150/5150II, Diezels, etc. that everyone over there keeps clamouring for? They're in review, but not in progress, so who knows? lol
Posted 06 August 2014 - 08:05 AM
Fender Hot Rod Deville (not blues version) <----Wondering why this one NEVER made the cut when tons of gigging musicians use it)
Carvin Legacy (and it's updated versions)
Hughes & Kettner Triamp MKII
ADA MP-1, MP-2
Posted 12 September 2014 - 01:48 AM
something I didn't realize until recently that isn't modeled..
a proper 1960a/b 4x12 cab with Vintage 30 speakers
What we "Should" be allowed to do is select the type of cabinet and then choose the speaker configuration, such as being able to put two V30's and two Creambacks in a 4X12 cab of our choice. The same with the 2X12 cab and so on. It would also be versatile if we could also choose between open or closed back with each individual cabinet once we select our speaker configuration and mic/placement.
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Posted Today, 03:59 PM
Hell, we've practically done all their market research for them.
Not all, but a decent-sized chunk, yeah. So thanks! Hopefully, most of you see that as a good thing.
Although IdeaScale is great for propagating (sometimes crazy) new ideas, it works best when validating—or on occasion, invalidating—existing ideas. If we can't predict a large majority of user feature and model requests, we're not doing our job. We're Line 6 customers as well, and want the same features you do.
But what's more difficult is figuring out whether feature A, B, or C is most important. Or rather, if feature A is soooo critical, its complexity and development time is worth kicking features B and C (and maybe D, E, F, and G!) out. IdeaScale will tell us that, which is awesome, because prioritizing features can be really difficult.
We also try to predict features none of you even know you want yet. Going through IdeaScale and saying "Done, Done, Done, Done, Done," may be satisfying, but it's not very fun. And it certainly doesn't make a successful company, at least not long-term. An extreme example: No one was asking for the iPod when Apple first announced it.
But I guess that doesn't answer your question. Is IdeaScale only for new products; that is, have we forgotten about POD HD? Nope.
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