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NBell

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  1. Hi rofus, You can transfer presets by either exporting the setlist of presets (or individual presets) from your XL to a file on your computer and then import those to your Stomp. Or you can connect both Stomp and Stomp XL to your computer and have two HX Edit windows open and click and drag from one to the other. Snapshot settings however will not transfer over.
  2. Hi gitapik, First, I recommend to run the 'Rebuild Presets' procedure: With HX Stomp turned off, press and hold the upper and lower knobs while powering on, wait for "Will rebuild presets.." and let go. The HX Stomp will rebuild all presets. Moving forward, always ensure your HX Stomp and HX Edit are both up to date, current FW is 3.11. If your HX Stomp is on old firmware there may be models in the downloaded presets that are not installed on your HX Stomp, and if your HX Edit is on different FW than your Stomp, you may experience odd behavior after transferring presets. HX Edit should prompt a message indicating an update is available, but you can always double check its version by selecting "About HX Edit" while the application is open. After you update your HX Edit you then should update your HX Stomp (if need be) via the Edit application. Ensure to save a back-up of your Stomp so you can have all your work saved.
  3. You are very welcome! In addition to the resources found on our product pages, we also offer free seminars and virtual one on one lessons with Line 6 Product Specialists, to learn more please visit https://line6.com/events/ Thanks!
  4. Ah bummer! They can also be found on amazon by searching: "Pair Half Wavelength Antennas with BNC Connectors for Line 6 Wireless Receivers", free shipping with Prime.
  5. You're most welcome! The USB-out volume will always be unity regardless of settings in Global Settings.
  6. Hi Rachmaninoff, Yes, this is possible with Helix LT. When you go into Global Settings > Ins/Outs and set 'Volume Knob Control' to 'Digital', only the Headphone volume will be effected by the Volume Knob while the 1/4" and XLR outs are set to unity. You would then adjust your preset levels by adjusting the 'Ch Volume' parameter of the amp block (as well as the output block).
  7. Hi Joeydego, I recommend using the stock antennas for optimal performance as they were designed to be used specifically with the G50 digital wireless system. These can be found on our web-store here: https://shop.line6.com/accessories/wireless-accessories/relay-g50-antenna-pair.html Thanks!
  8. Hi Scottbalcer14, I would recommend that the FRFR108's contour setting is set to FLAT. Connect POD Go to the speaker using the L/MONO main output.
  9. Hi Kenny202, You can connect POD Go into either input 1 or 2 as there is only about a 6 db difference between the two inputs. Since you only want to use effects from POD Go, bypassing the amp and cab block is a great method. Connecting POD Go to your amp via the Amp Out is also ideal, although the Main Out can also be used. Here's the differences between the two outputs: The Main Outs are balanced outputs that pass all audio being sent over USB and all blocks within a preset in stereo (to send to a mixing board or studio monitors) or mono summed when using only the Left/MONO jack (to send to your amp or single speaker). The 'Amp Out' is an unbalanced mono output that by default, reflects the same output as the MAIN outputs minus USB audio. What's great about the 'Amp Out' is that it can be switched in Global Settings (Press Bank Left/Bank Right simultaneously > press Knob 5) to be tapped off directly before the Cab block, meaning that you can play through all presets without any cabinet modeling, just ensure blocks you want included in your preset are placed before the cab block. This is a great option if you would like to have additional amp voicing's, you can even dig deeper and swap the amp model for only its pre-amp (with the amp block selected, press down on the lower knob > select 'Pre-Amp.')
  10. Hi Kane21014, I would suggest ensuring that the 'Contour' setting on the back of your Headrush Monitor is set to flat, as well as ensuring your signal to the speaker isn't clipping the input. If you are still concerned regarding the quality of playback with distortion models; I would then recommend auditioning tones through a quality set of headphones or another FRFR speaker to help determine the culprit.
  11. Hi Cristt, When set to pre-cab/IR; this feature is beneficial when the user doesn't have an amp with an effects loop and works well when setting the amp to its cleanest setting. If you do have an 'effects loop/power-amp in' then I recommend sending the AMP OUT signal to this input. When doing either the above, you can also switch out the complete amp model in the preset to just the Pre-Amp so you don't add any 'color' of the modeled power amp to your traditional amp.
  12. Hi Sylvain, Yes, the TBP12 runs on the same technology as the TBP06 and will work on channels 1-6 when paired with a Relay G30 receiver. Thanks!
  13. I Phil, If I understand correctly, it sounds like you are using the Line 6 EX1 Expression pedal which does not have a 'Toe Switch' like the built in expression pedal on POD Go, thus not being able to turn off. It sounds like you would like the ability to turn off the control from the EX1 expression pedal. To do this with your current settings; Select the delay block > press Page Right/Page Left > select Knob 1 (Bypass/Control) > use Knob 2 to select EXP1 or 2 (opposite of currently used EXP on POD Go) You will now see Position at 5% on Knob 3 and a Wait time of 300ms on Knob 5. This means that when the expression pedal is at 5% or lower, it will Bypass the effect after 300ms. Although the current settings work great, feel free to move those parameters around for your playing style. Then press the home view button to return to the preset and save. In addition to this screen, you can also use Knob 1 to select other parameters within the effect block. For example, use Knob 1 to select 'Time' and set the minimum and maximum values for the expression pedal as well as the feedback; so now with the expression pedal moving from Heel to Toe, the Time and Feedback parameters can each shift to any specified setting. Cheers! Nick
  14. Hi Hankon6, POD Go features an 'AMP OUT' that is meant to send directly to the input of your guitar amp. This output is designed to reflect the same output as the Main Outs, but it doesn't process any Cab/IR modeling; giving you the entire preset minus the cab. This works well on your amps cleanest preset. However, your amp is equipped with an Effects Loop, so you could send that signal directly to the 'Return' input, which bypasses your amps preamp. See below for a Real Panel view of POD Go for the 'Amp Out': For even more control of your sound, you can also run POD Go in 4-cable method with your Blackstar: Here is a link to the POD Go user manuals and cheat sheets for more info: https://line6.com/support/manuals/podgo
  15. Hi billyhell2, Sorry for the late response, how is your Powercab 212 doing? I recommend after power on, press and hold the home button and scroll down and initiate a factory reset. Also, at the end of this list shows the currently installed Firmware version. This should be Version 2.00.1 If your firmware is an older version than this, I recommend updating your unit via the Line 6 updater: https://line6.com/software/
  16. Hello, Just listened to your recording. To me this sounds like it may be a power issue, due to this happening when you introduce that other monitor. If I understand correctly, you are powering your G10 unit via USB power from your laptop. Does this issue happen when using the DC-1 power supply? Thanks!
  17. Hey there, To do this, select either the Volume or Wah effect > Then press both Page left/Page Right > Press Knob 1 under the screen labeled 'Bypass/control' > Use Knob 1 to select 'Position'. Now use Knobs 3 and 4 to set the the Min and Max value for the heel and toe positions. Additionally to using the expression pedal for only Wah or Volume, the expression pedal can also be used to control a parameter of any effect. Using the knobs beneath the screen, press and hold down on the parameter you wish to control for a few seconds, press 'Learn' > then move the expression pedal to assign > then you have the ability to set min and max values. Now the expression pedal can be used to control that parameter. Thanks!!
  18. Hello, To do this, you would have to tell HELIX via MIDI. Something such as the 'Tech 21 MIDI Mouse 3-Button Foot Controller' is an example of solution and has good reviews from other HELIX users. Thanks!
  19. Hey there, I'm unsure of any resources, but I'm happy to help. With the ability of modeling we're able to access to even more parameters for tweaking, so you may notice some effect models with parameters that you usually don't have access to. Such as the 'Phaser' effect which is modeled after the MXR Phase 90, that only has one parameter which is 'speed'. With Spider V's modeling we have Speed, Mix, and feedback. To sound as authentic as possible for modulation effects I'll set the mix to no more than 50%, and the feedback kept in its default position. These settings may change depending on your playing styles. For Delays, mix is essentially the 'level' parameter, which is a common parameter to find on these types of effects. The mix will set how wet you signal gets. Please feel free to send over more questions, thanks!
  20. Hello, Only a Line 6 transmitter's can pair to a Line 6 receiver. Other transmitters that would work are the Line 6 TBP06, or the TBP12. These transmitters are designed for rugged applications, and clip on to your belt or guitar strap. Since these transmitters do not auto sync like the G10T, you would have to set the wireless channel manually on both the Spider V60 and the transmitter, for the initial set up. These transmitters can be found on our shop: https://shop.line6.com/accessories/wireless-accessories/ The G10T runs on the same 2.4Ghz uncompressed signal as all other Line 6 wireless systems. The G10t is great due to its ability to be recharged by the amp, 50ft of range and the auto off feature that when you disconnect G10T from a guitar it powers off and doesn't give off any pops or clicks even when plugging back in. If you have any questions or concerns regarding G10T, please feel free to ask and we'll be happy to help!
  21. Hi awyoung89, Im sorry to hear about that. There may be a slight possibility that your computer is missing the correct driver. Lets see if this helps: 1. Go to Line6.com/software 2. For the drop down search bars, skip over Hardware. For software select Drivers. Then select Windows 8 for operating system. 3. Scroll down the list and download the 'Line 6 Driver2, version 1.91 with a release date of 9/13/18. Let us know if this helps. Thank you!
  22. Hi gwopponz, The firmware installed on your unit is from Spider V's very first release, which is most likely the reason of the update issue. I recommend updating your Spider V to the latest firmware with a computer via USB. To do this, download the Line 6 updater from here: https://line6.com/software/ and connect your Spider V via USB. Download the latest firmware: 2.00.0 Feel free to respond with any questions you may have, thank you!
  23. Hi Peter, Sorry to hear about that! The FBV Express MKII is compatible with Spider V. Lets see if we can track down what the issue may be. Using the provided Cat 5 cable, ensure that there are no 'kinks' or signs of a broken cable. I then recommend re-flashing your FBV Express. 1) Download the Line 6 'Monkey' updater here: https://line6.com/software/index.html (select FBV Express MKII for hardware, then press search) 2) Connect your FBV Express MKII into your computer via USB. 3) Open Monkey. 4) Perform the update to the latest firmware (Version 1.10.0). Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks!
  24. HI Kargian, There are several options available depending on your needs. The FBV2 - This is a simple two button switch that acts just like the preset knob on your Spider V. https://line6.com/foot-controllers/fbv2 FBV Express MKII: This gives you the ability to switch between four presets per bank, with ability to access the tuner, tap tempo, and an expression pedal with a toe switch so you can toggle between Volume and Wah controls. https://line6.com/foot-controllers/fbv-express-mkii FBV Shortboard MKII: This unit was released for Spider IV and is also compatible with Spider V. This gives you complete control of your Spider V30 by being able to change banks, preset select and Effect bypass. The LEDS indicate which effects are on and off with each effect fixed to a specific foot-switch. Stomp is for stomp boxes such as a distortion, MOD for modulation effects such as Chorus and phase, Delay for delay effects, and Reverb. https://line6.com/foot-controllers/fbv-shortboard-mkii FBV3: FBV3 is the updated version of the Shortboard for Spider V to feature colored rings to know which effects are which and the ability to choose where you want your effects on the foot-switches . https://line6.com/foot-controllers/fbv3
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