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assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by shockwave2k12 on 2012-07-25 20:06:33

Hi....

i have a fbv2 footswitch and i want to be able to switch from user preset#5c (unexpected jazz) to user preset#14a rock star solo).

I've read the manual and can't find any info on this....HELP!



Re: assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by nicman on 2012-07-25 21:06:15

to do that you need the short board, now to do it with your pedal youve got to have 1 on 5c and the other on 5D or its either have 1 on 5C and the other say 6C, try it, but with that switch, youve got to really organize your presets more counciously



Re: assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by shockwave2k12 on 2012-07-29 14:06:51

thanks for your reply....the issue is that it doesn;t save the user preference to the channel, i set channel a to 5c and b to say 8b and when i switch back and forth the presets i select are gone....what is the point of this footswitch if i cannot save user presets to a selected channel?......



Re: assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by nicman on 2012-08-07 17:21:41

never heard of that, but personally id recommend upgrading to the shortboard, makes life so much easier



Re: assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by TheRealZap on 2012-08-07 19:21:43

you have to hit save on the amp before changing presets with the footswitch... the footswitch only controls your amp... you need to make your amp do what you want it to do...



Re: assigning a user preset to channel a b c or d
by Crusty_Old_Rocker on 2012-08-08 01:35:45

The FBV2 and FBV Express can only select patches within the same bank.  To select patches across banks you'll need a footswitch that has bank up/down switching.  Even then you would need to switch from bank 5 to bank 8 before you'll be able to change the patches.

Alternatively, relocate your patches to A and B within the same bank and then you'll be able to switch between them using the FBV2.

Cheers,

Crusty




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