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Best Answer broadfca , 25 August 2013 - 02:27 AM

Thanks for the tips, guys. Yeah, it does appear that you always need to keep an eye on the old volume pedal also. I think that was mostly my problem. Wow.... that's 3 things I need to watch !  It's too much for my brain !!! Maybe I'll have to hire a cute little groupie to keep an eye on ALL that stuff (he he). Thanks again.

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#1 broadfca

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 04:04 AM

Hi all, I know this is here somewhere, but my search words came back : No results found. So... how does one stop the DT-50 Amp volume from blowing out your ears when you switch to a different setting/preset with the HD 500X connected with Link 6. This is driving me crazy, and I don't see anything in the manuals that addresses this issue. Any help will be much appreciated.
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Posted 23 August 2013 - 05:04 AM

Hi - I have the DT25 - and I deal with this issue by ensuring the MASTER volume on the amp is set to just on at about 8 o'clock.  Then I audition the presets and for the loud ones I adjust the mixer volumes on the patch to negative values to bring the patch down in line with others that I find bearable.  When I have them about right, then I audition the sounds at louder volumes by turning up the amp MASTER volume to a rehearsal level.

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 06:56 AM

Try saving your presets at the desired volume level, that way when you switch they are already set.

Also, keep an eye on where the volume pedal level is before saving a preset.


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Posted 25 August 2013 - 02:27 AM   Best Answer

Thanks for the tips, guys. Yeah, it does appear that you always need to keep an eye on the old volume pedal also. I think that was mostly my problem. Wow.... that's 3 things I need to watch !  It's too much for my brain !!! Maybe I'll have to hire a cute little groupie to keep an eye on ALL that stuff (he he). Thanks again.


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