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ext1jdh last won the day on November 19 2013

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  1. yeah it's not the most intuitive application out there. It does the job though
  2. Send and receive are sitting in a "Panel" of the program where you can "Save" presets either to your computer or to your unit. The terminology is correct.
  3. You've dragged the file to your setlist, or selected the place ypu want that patch in your setlist then double clicked the file? Is the patch the correct one for your unit?
  4. I ended up with a Gator GK-2110. Fits the HD500 nice and snug. Pocket holds plenty with no problem.
  5. Never heard of that...I have a hard enough time getting the preset into the proper slot, let alone two slots simultaneously... I do know that if I edit a preexisting patch, say from setlist 1-2C, then want to save it to setlist 5-12B...when I dial in setlist 5 it defaults to SL5-2C regardless of what already exists in that bank. A bit annoying but I can't expect the board to read my mind in this case.
  6. Use the unit properly then. Create your own preset, in your own setlist. When you need it, you use it. It's a hell of a lot faster than hunting down a particular preset from a spreadsheet :rolleyes: The HD500 comes from the factory with 256 presets across four setlists. Those four setlists contain several repeated patches, meaning that they exist exactly the same across multiple setlists. Those setlists are nothing more than something to demo the capabilities of the unit. Feel free to erase those factory presets, then you have 512 possible patches you can call up at a moment's notice. If the unit is that difficult for you to use, maybe you should not have bought it in the first place. Telling the company to makes the unit that they need to give you a list of the factory settings is just plain silly. If you want it so much, make it yourself. All the HD series units are designed to be a tone-hunter's heaven. You sit down with the unit for some time prior to using it, you dial in the tone you're looking for, then you call it up when you need it. The HD500 contains 4 totally blank setlists, each capable of holding 64 individual patches. There's your 256 blank entries. Build what you want in there. Name them what you want and make them easy to find and use on demand. And frankly, if you've been recording for 30 years and you're heavily involved in creating music, why would you be using a mid-level device rather than 1) the real thing or 2) a more powerful and realistic unit?
  7. It's always good to check the compatibility for anything that you buy before you buy it. This information is on the front page of the model pack page for every pack. For example, the compatibility for the Metal Shop pack is below. Really difficult to miss, actually.
  8. Fairly certain that if I worked for them I wouldn't have the stupid questions that I do
  9. That's exactly my point. It's no longer a profit center, so it does not make any business sense to continue targeting updates for it. Target the new produce, and if backwards compatibility can be achieved at no cost then do it, but don't spend any time focusing on a discontinued product. Line6 is a technology company that focuses on music tech, not a musical instrument company that focuses on technology.
  10. ES335 for the guitar - so a nice hollow/semi with humbuckers, a Fender Tweed combo, and an analog delay for slap. Also play with the amp's EQto fill it out.
  11. Only after the rectifier, otherwise it's impedance ;)
  12. The tubes are 8years old...there's your problem. Would you expect an incandescent light bulb to last that long? Yes, you pushed the tubes further than normal by using 4cm. No that's not the POD's fault. More energy through the tube and you popped them. Basic amplifier maintenance. You can't expect tubes to last forever.
  13. I was also running Logic Pro X, VLC, and Chrome at the same time, but it occurred precisely as I pulled power from the pod. Who knows what happened
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