Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by baldgeezer

  1. HI,


    I use the Phones output of the Helix to feed into my personal in-ear monitors. There are times when I need to vary the level of my Helix in my ears. At the moment I can only do this via tweaking the phones volume pot which can get tricking with your foot! I know I could put a volume pedal in-line between the Helix and my monitors but I don't have a spare volume pedal - I do have a spare EXP pedal. Is there a way to configure the external EXP pedal to control the phones volume level?



  2. ok got it sorted now thanks. However, I now find that if I have the A/B set to route to A 100, then the level of the output is less than if it routes through both delays? Levels are unchanged from defaults - why is routing through 2 delays in parallel resulting in a louder output?

  3. how do you set the common bypass? I have A/B split before the parallel delays and a merge after. One footswitch is set to flip a/b but not sure where to assign the common bypass?

  4. OK - so I'm trying to set something up and struggling so need to know whether I am trying to do something Helix does not support!


    In my effect chain I have 2 delays, one set at 1/8th note and one at dotted 1/8th. Each of these delays is mapped to a different footswitch so I can turn them on/off independantly. 


    Want I would like to also have is a 3rd footswitch that turns both on/off together - I can do this if I don't have the above footswitch setup, but just don't know if I can do it alongside. Note I am already using snapshots for something else so can't use a snapshot for this.



  5. 1 hour ago, codamedia said:


    When you cycle through the tones, turn the volume on your guitar down to make sure the noise you hear is the actual model, not from your guitar. 


    Plugging the guitar direct into an amp I have here results in no buzz/noise so it's definitely in the helix models

  6. Hi - new to the Helix and after plugging in my guitar to the input, and then cycle through different factory presets I hear varying amounts of buzz in the output. This sounds very similar to what I would hear from a physical amp so I'm assuming this is actual modelled buzz rather than a connection issue? E.g. Essex 30 has far more than Soupro. Note - I am only using headphone output so there is no potential for ground loops with external amps etc.



  • Create New...