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mrjosephje

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About mrjosephje

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    Tucson, Az.
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    Jammin Guitar. What else is there?. LOL
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  1. THE DOUBLE CLICK IS NECESSARY IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO ADD "TRACKS i'LL CALL THEM" TO YOUR INITIAL LOOP. 1 CLICK YOUR OVER DUBBINGH, 2 CLICKS STOP. PERSONALLY WHAT BOTHERS ME IS THE LOCATION OF THE LOOPER SWITCH. HALF THE TIME I CLICK IT TO ANOTHER PROGRAM STEPPINF OVER THE ASASIGNED CHANNELS THEY SHOULD HVE LEFT IT ION THE SAME PLAVCE AS THE FVB 2 IT ACTUALLY WORKED BETTER THERE. THESE DAYS IF SOMETHING WORKS , EVERYBODY WANTS TO CHANGE IT. SOMETIME IT MIGHT BE BEST TO LEAVE IT ALONE. I Ramble on. lol cheers
  2. Andy, I think that is true with with that particular knob for the spider v. I have the 240 combo. I love it. it has had a problem with the rotary knob actually coming loose and breaking. an indication was if i spun it fast it would only decrease in values. didn't matter which way i spun it. tha en eventually it broke. But line 6 took care of that immediately and i couldn;t be more happy with their service and the work. but generally speaking. spinning it fast just makes it jump around. spin it slower, you'll actually get to where your going faster, and less likely to have a problem. It's hard for me too. all i want to do is play my guitar, I don't have time to program, what the hell !!! LOL at least that's how I feel about it. but you gotta do it, Cheers
  3. It sounds like you have the matter resolved. - But, personally, I like to keep my noise gate off. If I can help it anyways. I discovered when I used "XLR" to 1/4" Balanced & or Unbalanced (either will work) Into the board, The noise impact, well was too much. I was pretty bummed. And You may or may not have been doing this. - But, I switched to where i am coming out of my amp with "XLR", & into my board with "XLR". And now I am noise free. I do not need the use of a noise gate to be silent. - As long as I am not playing of course. And screaming when I do. LOL, Love it. Especially the fact that I have separate volume control between the amp & board itself. It's a first that I know of. Anyways , Maybe this helps? Good luck.
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