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  1. Hi! I too am having problems with the Glitch Delay. Couldn't quite explained it and just tought to come here check if there's any report. As always you guys are on top of things! Nice thing they acknowlodged the bug so fast. Yay L6!! Let's hope they fix it soon. Cheers!
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  2. I am playing an electric guitar with the acoustic sim to help make leads a bit easier to play as we try to keep songs as similar to the full band versions as possible. Which is where i'm struggling a bit to find a sound that retains that acoustic type sound, but gives me a bit more girth to work with gain wise. I think the first suggestions of the tube pre or legacy tube drive might be best options to try. I have not tried the Prize Drive yet, but have tried the Minotaur/Teemah and such and there is something in those that I dont like in THIS application.
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  3. Thanks for the mention! Version 1.4 of the book is just about wrapped up. It covers all the additions in 3.70, and includes 20 new presets optimized specifically for the new amps. Again, v1.4 will be a free update to owners of any previous version of the book.
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  4. Unfortunately it will require time. I would suggest going through Jason Sadites You Tube videos and see what he's got there. I would suggest this book as well https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/AndertonHX-e--sweetwater-publishing-the-big-book-of-helix-tips-and-tricks It's a download and is updated everytime the Helix is updated. It's by Craig Anderton who has been around awhile (he had a column in Guitar Player mag back in the day) and is well known and respected.
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  5. I've been told that some amps' channel switching "do not play well" with MFX like my Helix LT. I have a Peavey Classic 30 that I could not get the channel to change when I was using my GSP1101 amp channel switcher output, nor when I tried while using my new Helix LT. I searched on all the forums and subreddits and only found lots of others with the same problem with their particular amp (looked like it was mostly Peaveys). So I went to the manufacturers... Line 6 support and Peavey support both had no clue how to make it work and could only tell me "it should work!" So I did a bunch of testing on my own and found the problem seemed to be a potential difference between the Helix & and amp that was incompatible. And I developed a circuit that has a relay to isolate the two but still enable the amp channel (and reverb) switch. The video is a test of the first build of the circuit connected between the Helix EXT AMP and the Peavey remote jack, both reverb and channel 2 are activated by Instant Commands set for either tip, ring, or both. The pic below is the in-work box to house the circuit that will go on my pedalboard next to the Helix. When I find time, I'll post the circuit schematic somewhere for others to use.
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  6. Just on this, if you get your patches sounding great for in-ears they may not sound good in FoH (any in-ears). Unfortunately the compromises of each reproduction system means you need to target patches for a primary source and live with what you get in secondary sources. Having EQ over your monitor send may help.
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  7. I got this to work using snapshots assigned to a footwitch, but still can't do it using a footswitch alone. Attached preset shows how I did it. gpicard5.hlx
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  8. If you mean the LED rings there's a setting: Global Settings>Displays>LED Rings Dim/Brt. The color of the LED Ring is assignable in Bypass/Controller Assign, but it will be one or the other, the color won't toggle. Which active effect causes the ring to be bright or dim can be changed by touching the switch if Global Settings>Preferences>Footswitches>Stomp Select is set to TOUCH or BOTH. If you mean the blocks in the signal chain I don't know of any way to do that. The active Block is always bright.
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  9. No, there's no way to adjust the switch. It is what it is. However, you can use EXP 1 or 2 to control whatever you want. You can use EXP 1 to control volume and wah. Or you can use EXP 2. You can use snapshots to turn things on/off: in one snapshot, wah is on and volume is off; while in another snapshot wah is off, volume is on. You can also use percentage-based bypass for volume or wah, or any other effect. I hate that toe switch! I hate that I have to really step on the expression pedal and have Helix lift up on one side--that's how hard it needs to be pressed! On my Helix, I only use EXP 2, and never EXP 1. If I need a wah in my solo, I have a snapshot called "Wah Solo". When I engage that snapshot, the wah is already enabled. When I'm done playing the wah solo, I go to my "rhythm" snapshot, where the wah is disabled. Or if the wah constantly needs to be turned on/off, I set it up by percentage: over 5 percent it turns on and less than 5 percent turns off after 500 ms, or whatever value makes sense for the song I'm playing. I have a little video you may find useful.
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