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    More than one POD?

    Thanks BigChas52! Much appreciated.
  2. Hi Guys, I currently use a Pod XT Pro at home in the rack and I've just bought a second unit which I will use live. If I setup all of my presets at home in the studio on my first Pod, is there an easy way of replicating everything on to the second one? Also, will there be licensing issues over multiple Pods when it comes to purchased packs etc. I have a flight case for my Marshall 6101 which has a 2U rack built in, perfect for the Pod. I plan on using the Pod though the FX Loop on the Marshall with the Marshall set to the clean channel when I want to use some of the Pod presets, and then when I want pure Marshall valve tone, set the Pod to a clean preset and then shift the Marshall over to either of the Crunch/Lead channels. Is there anything I need to do differently on the Pod when going through the FX loop on the amp? I read somewhere about stacking preamps....... Any help greatly received!
  3. Thank you Mr_Arkadin! I tried that and it seems to have made it better. Not solved it but it's better. I might get some contact cleaner and see if can get some of that in there too. Thanks again
  4. Hi guys, I've just got my second Pod XT Pro rack unit and I'm having an issue with it. You know when you're in a preset and you turn one of the knobs (drive, treble etc) the screen changes to reflect the change by showing you graphics of the knobs and then reverts back to the display showing the title of the preset? Well mine sometimes flicks between these two pages when I'm not doing anything or touching anything. I think the culprit might be the Drive pot because sometimes I can see the graphical representation of this pot moving on its own and I'm nowhere near it! Has anyone else experienced this and what did you do to rectify it? Thanks in advance.
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