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  1. I have the Reverb unit in the FX Loop. I have the Cabinet IRs as well, but haven't tried it yet. From what I have read people didn't find much difference using the IR's that come with the EPSI, but loading IRs from other libraries might. I was planning to do the same with the Cab IR Pedal (in FX loop). I haven't figured out how to use both yet (I am thinking that I will put the Cab IR in front of the Reverb one, but I guess I will just have to try different combos). I have the FX loop for the Verb pedal at the end of the chain. Not sure how that will work with the Cab IRs. I am hearing conflicting opinions on whether to put the Cabs right after the amp models or after the post-amp effects.
  2. Logidy EPSi Version C.00: $200 with free shipping. I just ordered it myself. They also have a Convolution Reverb stompbox which sounds fantastic. http://www.logidy.com/?pid=1 The EPSi is a DSP powered effects processor using convolution to simulate various sounds. The impulse responses used to generate the effects are stored on an included SD Card and custom impulse responses in the standard Wave format can be added to the factory collection. Two versions of firmware are available for it: Version 1.00 is optimized for long time windows turning the EPSi into a high quality reverb pedal. The SD Card lists 114 sounds from acoustic spaces to spring and plate reverbs to various special FX sounds. Version C.00 is optimized for low latency dry path convolution which allows the processing of Speaker Cabinet + Room type impulse responses. Together with an onboard guitar amp style EQ, the EPSi alone can simulate stunning clean channel sounds from a mic’ed guitar amp. The EPSi has a high impedance input where a guitar can be plugged in directly and it also has an analog zero latency dry path. The EPSi is firmware upgradable via the SD Card.
  3. You have to scroll past 2000ms on the "Delay" setting to get the note values.
  4. No, the adjustment has to be made from the side, not from above. This means that the long part of the wrench is actually resting on the top of the pickup and the short part hits the strings while you are turning it.
  5. Well that would work if the allen set included a "special" key. The one for adjusting the saddles for intonation has a small "ball" at the end of it. You can't adjust the saddles without that particular tool. Not sure if there are others like it available. The issue with the bridge pickup comes in because the ball is on the "long" arm, not the short one. No idea why Line6 chose to make them that way.
  6. I was able to get it to work by lowering the pickup. Be careful! I lowered it too much and the screws actually came out. It was a MAJOR pain getting them back in. I have had an issue where the low E is still too long. Unfortunately the string slot is already all the way back in the saddle and I haven't had any luck figuring out how to adjust the saddle. Anyone had luck adjusting the saddle "down" (i.e. away from the pickup)?
  7. Thanks Dunkin. Got my 12' last week when I returned from vacation. Used it this Sunday at church and it worked great. Much better cord than the stiff one that came with the JTV.
  8. I had the same problem this morning during a church service, which was a really inconvenient time to discover that my tunings were not in effect. I also found that the built-in tuner in the Pod was no longer reliable as I wound up woefully out-of-tune.
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