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About kblackley

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  1. Gave it a go on my 60 - no buzz here.
  2. As mentioned earlier, the big advantage of the 120 over the 60 is the XLR outputs. No matter how/good bad the sound from the speaker is, it always sounds good when you run it directly into the PA system. I use the 60 for home use and rehearsals (mainly because it's lighter) but only use the 120 when performing live. If I was only playing at home, I'd stick with the 60.
  3. I've been using the FBV Express MKII with my Spider V and, as far as I can see, all I can do with it is switch among the four channels and use the tuner and volume/wah pedal.
  4. Thanks for the info. Is there any way to disable the looping feature? I can't risk having it come on in the middle of a song. Sort of makes the amp unusable if I can't disable it. . . .
  5. Last night I was doing a gig using a Spider 4 (75) with a Fbv Express Mkii. In the middle of a song the amplifer started looping, playing stuff I had played seconds before. Now, I didn't touch the amp so I must have pressed something on the Fbv Express Mkii with my foot to started the loop. Does anyone know how one starts a loop like this using the Fbv Express Mkii? I want to know so that I can make sure this doesn't accidentally happen agan. thanks!
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