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    ML sound lab IRs been sold on the Fractal site marketplace https://shop.fractalaudio.com/ml-greatest-hits-ultrares-collection/ They have been doing things for more than a week ; )
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    Mesa Mark V amp pack is out now!! https://ml-sound-lab.com/collections/amp-packs/products/boogey-v-helix
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    Do a YouTube search they have a multiple cabinet for the AXE FX, they just started producing IRs for the Helix line up.
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    Haha. I would use a JCM 800 as a clean amp. And for dirt? Well...
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    Joel (and others) - I was probably a little frustrated when I posted that to be fair to L6. I returned it and got another one. I reacted poorly the first time. Enough said there. Was I immature? Yes. But I'm not an idiot. And there's never a reason to call someone that.
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    Now it's available, Stomp users get discount, bought the Native already.
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    Do they only have Mesa cabs or are there others? Could only find the Mesa ones.
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    The only answer to this currently available in the Helix is to place it between amp "amp blocK' and a "cabinet block or ir block". It may not be 100% accurate, and you may wish it could be placed between the PRE and POWER section, but that is the BEST solution at this time. There may come a time with Helix offers a selectable power amp as an option. Single ended 6v6, push pull EL84, EL34, 6L6, etc... etc.. but you would still be playing the accuracy game because it wouldn't be the exact power amp for each model, it would just be "close to one". What PI style does it model, what output transfer gets modeled, etc... etc... If you really want to get creative... try this. You could likely create a static IR block to simulate the tone of the power amp. Using a DR as an example, these would be the steps.... Insert a Deluxe Reverb AMP Block and a PREAMP model of the same amp. MUTE the preamp model for now. Insert a CAB block or IR after the amp blocks Dial in the tone your want with the full AMP Block Now mute that AMP Block and turn on the PREAMP block.... set the values the exact same as the Full Amp Block Turn off the cab/ir block... it was only there so you could dial in a tone you like. Now go through the process of creating an IR using a tone print of the PREMAP model, and a separate tone print of the Full AMP model. Once you have the IR, you re-assemble your amp block in this manner. PREAMP model Inert Spring Reverb IR of the power amp you just created Cab or Cab IR block The power amp will be a static/fixed tone, not dynamic like a real amp. That just means it won't change as you adjust the pre-amp, but if you captured the tone you like it will be very close!
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    With only one cabinet offering it's kind of hard to take it too seriously yet. Maybe once they've expanded their product line a bit more they might be worth looking at.
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    Forgive me if this is a stupid idea. I'm new around here and haven't even purchased my Helix yet (but soon), however from my basic understanding of how the Helix works I have thought of a workaround: There are a few different pedals that emulate power amps, (rather than being actual pedal-sized power amps that can drive a cab). Here is an example from NUX: https://www.thomann.de/ie/nux_solid_studio_ir_pow_amp_sim.htm?glp=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgp6__t2S4AIV77ftCh1Y4QvHEAQYBSABEgKcMPD_BwE Notice that it also has a mic/cab section that can be turned off so that you're only using the power amp emulation. Stick it on the 6V6 setting and 'drive' to taste and that should get close to a Fender-ish power amp section. So in terms of blocks in the Helix, you would have a PREAMP block --> REVERB block --> SEND/RETURN block with the nux in that loop. Again, forgive me if this is the dumbest idea you've ever read.
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    Not sure if this helps, but from Preset Mode (i.e. the display is showing presets 34A, 34B, 34C) press BOTH FS1 and FS2 and it will queue up the previous bank of presets (i.e. 33A, 33B, 33C). Then a second press on the one you want makes it active, I think. Likewise, to cycle UP through the banks, press both FS2 and FS3. Only issue is I find it tricky to press both foot-switches with my foot. Really easy with two fingers, but if reaching down anyway, probably more efficient to just press the top button and turn to scroll through the list of presets.
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    Hey Stompers, A Line 6 rep did respond to my support ticket, saying it must be a glitch in their system, as I definitely qualify for the $99 Native since Jan 24 because I am a registered Stomp owner. They are checking with IT and Marketing. So hopefully it will be fixed for all, soon.
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    Checkout the YouTube video on how they make their IRs, there is huge difference, that was enough for me. The proof is in the end product, simply put Quality. I don't work for them, I figured I would share this with people.
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    Hi guys and thank you so much for the nice words. I've had a Helix for a few months now and I most definitely can make it sound like my real amplifiers with our IR's. I'll post clips soon. I don't necessarily feel like I miss having literally a hundred advanced options that something like my Axe-Fx III has. We're actually working on releasing some Helix compatible presets that work perfectly with our IR's so keep an eye out: ml-sound-lab.com As for free IR's we keep things pretty tight but occasionally there are free IR's that get shared. Here's one to give you an idea what an "ML mix IR" sounds like: http://bit.ly/MLSoundLab
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    Per the NAMM press release from Line 6 regarding firmware 2.80: Improvements/Changes Impulse Response blocks now display as many IR file name characters as will fit in the inspector header. In addition, the last several characters will be visible regardless of name length (as they're often the most important ones!)
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    Lol... indeed. Which is what makes all of these discussions such a fabulous waste of time. Abstract, out of context debates over the definition "clean", "dirt", and "crunch"... it's all genre-dependent. One man's over saturated, compressed to oblivion "can of bees", is another's "who the hell snuck in here turned my gain all the way down?". To the country act sideman who would be genuinely surprised to learn that there are electric guitars other than Telecasters in existence, "dirt" means one thing. If you're Alice Cooper's most recent discovery, and you have difficulty distinguishing a Tele from a canoe paddle, it'll mean something else. Everybody's right, or wrong, or neither... lol. Who cares? Do your thing, gents...;)
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    Have you looked here? https://line6.com/support/manuals/spiderv60 Or check out my attachment: Spider V Effects List.odt
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    wow...didn’t realize how old this post was! Lol Hopefully you’ve learned by now! Haha
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