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psarkissian

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  1. Being a recently acquired, second hand guitar that does not function, you might want to take that up with whom ever you got the guitar from. Also get with Mark Wright Music in North Hampton to see what can be done.
  2. " Can I get Repair Manual and Circuit Diagrams for my Variax 700 Acoustic so my tech guy can try to fix it? " --- We don't publish service info. Too much intellectual property and proprietary stuff. And we can't vouch for the tech skills of the general public. " Line 6 support provided zero help when I asked them with a support ticket request. " --- Being a 14+ year old product, more than likely not supported for the most part. Some get extra units from eBay like sources and use those for spare parts. Best bet would be E&M electronics near Bletchley, or my mate Mark Wright Music in Northampton. Mark was a top tech at these guitars, back when we had location in Rugby.
  3. The switch on the DT main board would be done at the shop.
  4. Lost it,... wow. Never heard of that happening with them. How odd. Howick Electronics 175 Cook St Howick Auckland, 64 9 537 2592 roger@allegromusicstudio.co.nz What about Howick? "... recognising the amp as being a combo, not a head......and sounding completely different " --- there's a switch on the program board for that. Must have been switched incorrectly. Yes, it would sound different. " Why is it looking so simple for the DT25 (based on the info i found on the forum) and impossible to do with the DT50??? "--- The thing with the differences is the size and the overall lay out,... and especially the voltage shock hazard. Those 200V capacitors really hurt when you get zapped by them, even with the power off. One slip,.... BTW, say hello to the Kea down there. Cool birds.
  5. 15 year old product, recently acquired second hand. Components of the time were good. Contact E&M Electronics in Milton Keynes near Bletchley, or Mark Wright Music in North Hampton, see if they can be of assistance. Mark used to be a tech at Line 6 Rugby, when we had a location there. He still services Line 6 gear.
  6. See my response on your other post.
  7. There aren't any on the DT50 that are easily accessible to to the user. Due to the high voltage shock hazard, it is something that should be left to an authorized service tech who knows the insides of these amps. Due to certain proprietary considerations, there is no published service information on our products. Service centers,... there are two in Auckland, on the north island. The only options, darn. Maybe arrange to take the amp chassis in and they can run tests using a dummy load. They would have access to service info and me, through our normal service channels. I deal with and assist,... Music Link New Zealand Servicing: Electronics,Guitars Warehouse 5-174 Marua Road Ellerslie 5, Aukland, 0064 9 5792220 rogerajeffery@lycos.com ... from time to time when they want to consult me about something.
  8. No problem. It's one mod that would be expensive and very time consuming. And maybe impossible.
  9. Esta es la categoría incorrecta, es para guitarras y no para POD Go. Registre un ticket de soporte en su cuenta, automáticamente entrará en la cola donde lo recibirá una persona de soporte.
  10. -Use a guitar cable with a TRS tip on it. -Make certain you get four LED's lit when putting the battery in. -Make certain the battery is fully charged.
  11. What phil_m said, and the reason he said it.
  12. No, they are not compatible. Different hardware and different program. They are NOT interchangeable. BTW, that's the wrong part number, that's the number for an un-stuffed board, try 50-00-0137. I don't see any on the Full Compass website. You may need to try a broader web search.
  13. https://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/data/6/0a060b316ac34f05934eb68b9/application/pdf/Duoverb User Manual.pdf Page 2-6, #13. And which floor boards work with it,...
  14. -Avoid using longer piezo leads as much as possible, there are impedance issues. -Piezo wiring needs to be flipped so the wires go to the correct input for that string, or it won't sound right. " It’s not practical to simply flip a right handed one, as resting your arm on controls that push-push isn’t realistic. " --- Yes, that is something to deal with as well when doing this kind of a mod (and I've done a few).
  15. Wiring has to be changed and flipped on the piezos, string nut has to be cut for left hand use, the cable harness lengths have to reach.
  16. That wasn't the plan, went with the four screw configuration, knowing some one would want to go down that path. It is a fast neck. Maybe Warmouth would come with one. Yes, warranty is a consideration,... if it is still under warranty. I only discourage mods for those who aren't experienced at it. Especially with these guitars. Besides, I'm a guitar tweaker too.
  17. -Could be amp at input or output of CoDec. -Chip on the amp board. -Could be master volume is pulled up and in "pad" mode. Does it motor boat when you use the master volume control?
  18. What Punkyboy said. There is an edit page and select the inputs you want to use.
  19. Sweat? Slim possibility. You use a 9 gauge string set? Didn't mention the gauge on the FB group. Lots of string pulls? Could be the set-up if the tension is too high. Get with Mark Wright Music in Northampton. He used to be a tech at Line 6 Rugby, back when we had a location there. He knows guitars really well.
  20. Sounds like you ended up with the saddle height adjusting screw. See my prior posting for the correct one.
  21. OS 10.8 is the highest for Workbench with early Variax. Check the heading notes above regarding OS 11 compatibility status.
  22. Yeah, stuff happens, works good today, something comes up short tomorrow. That's why I'm here, I deal with it. BTW, love the old Viking Sagas. Magnus Magnusson's "Viking Hammer of the North" is a classic among his works.
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