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  1. Hey there! There's a couple ways you can use your POD with this situation. I recommend looking over page 2.8 of the user manual: POD%20HD500X%20Advanced%20Guide%20-%20English%20(%20Rev%20A%20).pdf This gives great detail for output modes depending on if your plugging into a mixer all the way to in your case a full stack. If you'd like to use your Marshall as your amp with no modeling, just roll back on the amps to select 'no amp' and then you can use the POD500 for just FX. If you'd like to use the amp modeling within the POD; make your marshall as flat and clean as possible. Instead of the full amp models, scroll through all the amps untill you reach the same list of HD Preamps. Using the Preamp stage of the amplifier is recommended when using an external amplifier as in you're situation; "Note that, whether an Amp or Preamp is selected, the additional application of Cab and Mic Models is dependent upon the SETUP:OUTPUT settings." To put it in perspective a little. If you're using a an amp with a cab, you probably don't want/need to tone of a mic'd cab since you are playing out of one already. But read over the output modes to understand them to find what is right for you. As for the Volume, Set your PODHD 500 master to 100. The channel Volume will be the Modeled amps volume control, which can also be set to 100 unless you desire a different volume (which also effects amps tone). Then your Marshall's master volume will be your main volume.
  2. Hey there, If you max out/min out the timing parameter it will change over from Miliseconds to note value. If you haven't already try out programming your POD HD using POD HD edit on your computer just by plugging in VIA USB.
  3. Hey there, The 500x is a great interface with presets that you can use for recording vocals, acoustic guitars ect.. What your looking to do sounds a lot like re-amping, here's a link that goes into an example of re-amping: Keep in mind you can control mic model, mic placement, early reflection, cab thump, bias, hum, and even sag which gives stellar studio recorded quality results when plugging into your DAW via USB.
  4. Have you tried re-flashing your amplify? If not, update your amplifi and see if the problem persist. Let us know the progress, thanks!
  5. Make sure your AMPLIFi is up to date with the latest software via the Amplifi Remote App in settings. The latest update has improved Bluetooth connectivity.
  6. Hey egulickx, If your using FX such as gain or a wah wah; going into those before the 400 would work great. Just keep in mind, your adding to your PRE signal flow. The FX loop works just how your general FX loop in the back of an amp works. Whats great about having the FX loop on board of the 400 is that it gives you the ability to turn on or off what ever is running in your FX loop. For example, if I plugged a delay and a phase 90 into my FX loop, I would keep both pedals on, but since my FX loop is off, those FX wont be going through the signal chain until I engage the FX loop. Its a great way to incorporate a stomp box that you can't live without. Using the FX loop, Go OUT of the pod IN to the input of your stomp box, then out of the stompbox output, then IN into the pods FX return.
  7. Hey Shakey64, At the moment there really isn't anyway of starting with a blank slate, due to the FX blocks always being available there will always be a block with an effect (on or off) When creating a tone I turn everything off, start with the amp, move around the FX blocks where I want them and go from there. After you get the sound your looking for, rename the tone and save it to your device (iPad/iPhone) then you can instantly publish the tone, or select it from 'My Tones'.
  8. Hey ZhengS, As long as your plugging into the Sonic port via 1/4" you can plug literally anything into sonic port. With Sonicport running at 24-bit, recording into your iDevice with a mic will give you great results.
  9. Hey Clapton39, If you haven't already. Go into 'Settings' in your ipad, scroll down to Mobile POD and make sure 'Background Audio' is turned on. This will allow Mobile POD to run in the background when using apps such as Garageband.
  10. Hey there, If your sonic port is still under warranty you can contact customer support to issue a support ticket for a possible replacement. If not you can order either the 30-pin or lightning cable from Full Compass. The lightning cable isn't showing up on the web site due to it not being in stock at the moment, but please feel free to give them a call. I'll be attaching Full Compass' link and the part number for the Lightning cable. Part# 21-34-0240 Thanks!
  11. Hey there , When using sonic port you will only be able to capture the audio via Sonic ports output.
  12. Hey Tim, With Sonicport you don't need a DI box. Sonicport has a 1/4 setreo out. So by using a stero 1/4" you can plug directly into the venues board and you'll be reay to go
  13. Hey pugdealer, 1 - Since I used the full amp models, should I use only PA/reference mode or is it better to go for electric guitar mode? When using amp modeling I find having the PODHD going out studio/direct into the L3t in studio direct mode to be great. When the L3t is set the electric guitar mode, the cross over changes dirastically, turning it into a guitar amp speaker2 - 2 - How should the L3T be micced up? It seems to work completely different when in PA or Elec Guit. On the back pannel of the L3t theres a 'mix out' output that can be sent to the board so you'd have your sound onstage, and in the mains. 3 - Could someone explain in detail the electric guitar mode, other than just "simulates 2x12 cabinet"? Its simulating a 2x12 by the crossover between the subs and high compression horn changing dirasticly. The horn gets turned up while other frequencys are either left or taken away to give you litterally, a guitar cab. The speaker modes dont mask the sound, they actually change the crossovers to be the perfect solution.
  14. Hey Telecat101, If you go into the settings in your iPad and scroll down to the Mobile POD App - Select it. You'll see an option to turn on Background Audio to enable Mobile POD to run with other audio applications such as Garageband. Hope this helps! -Let me know if you have any further questions.
  15. Whats great about the DT cab's is (4x12 for example) it has two Celestion Vintage 30's in an X pattern with two Celestion G12H90 that were custom-voiced for Line 6 that make a great combination for getting an even more authentic tone from your HD/DT Head. :D
  16. Hey kmcnair1, Set the L2 to the stage volume you desire, then go through each preset and set the voulme to what you want, then save that preset.
  17. Hey trueinsider, Was the Clean flashing? The tuner will always look for notes that correspond to the standard guitar string tunings (EADGBE). Crunch and Metal (Channel B & C) indicates the string is in pitch. If one of the string is a little flat from being in tune the Clean will flash. When Channel A (clean) is lit it is indicating the note is 20 cents flat, Channel B (Crunch) indicates 5 cents, Channels B & C (Crunch & Metal) indicates the note is in tune. Channels C and D is the same concept, except indicating higher pitch.
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