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#1 bdpalmbos

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Posted 12 November 2013 - 02:26 PM

Hello All,

 

This past spring I purchased a used Epi Les Paul Custom that came with a POD XT Live. It took me a while to figure out how to use the POD and adjust the tones to what I wanted. But, after getting used to the POD and figuring it out I really like it. Last week while practicing I was having some sound issues. I would select the channel that I wanted and start playing and the sound would drop out. If I hit the same channel on the POD it would reset itself and I would have regular volume again for a few seconds and then it would drop out again. I switched guitars to make sure that the guitar was not the cause of the problem. Another issue that just started is a worbling sound when I am using any distortion. This past Sunday while playing at Church I was playing very soft at the end of the service and all of a sudden the volume just spiked out of nowhere........NOT COOL!!!  Any suggestions???? When practicing at home I am going through a DI box, and then directly into the powered mixer, at Church I play into an amp that is mic'ed up.

 

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#2 dbaudrate

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Posted 19 November 2013 - 10:13 AM

Wow, I'll bet the congregation thought the Spirit had really come down when that volume kicked in!   :D

 

The first think I do when I have weird issues with my XTL is reflash the memory.   Seems to work for me.  

 

have you connected the board to your computer before?


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Posted 21 November 2013 - 01:03 PM

Yes, I have plugged in my POD to my computer to create tones.....but have never messed with anything to do with the memory.


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#4 dbaudrate

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Posted 21 November 2013 - 04:42 PM

Make sure you've saved off the contents of your POD as a bundle, or just the individual patches that you've created before you reflash the firmware


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