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  1. I would like to lower the action on my JTV59. Looked high and lo for any specs on recommended pickup height to no avail. Any suggestions?
  2. Yes, I got that part, no amp. In fact I think you gave me that great advice already and thanks for that. I try to set the EQ to low Treble to smooth out the high strings so it sounds like a brush being used on a drum, no luck. Any ideas?
  3. I am learning my JTV59 and POD HD 500X. I "accidentally" created a sound I can't recover. Was just strumming and testing my equip with computer Quicktime recording. I had the JTV59 set to Acoustic and just haphazardly fiddling with the Edit program. Did this about 3/4 times. To get to the point I had a acoustic sound that i really liked. My best way to describe it would be like a brush on a snare drum on the D-G-B-E strings. Dammed if I could reproduce it, I did not save anything. This is frustrating me to no end. Really looking for your reply. Thanx in advance.
  4. So I went and got a composition book to note to not let that happen again.
  5. Have a new 500x. Was hooked up to computer trying different presets to record. Was using the factory installed ones and was tweaking them. A few strums and playback on QT to check them out. Did that a few times. Picked one to play back and left others alone. Turned everything off and put it away. Come back later at night and hit a "test" track I did not play first time around and almost passed out. Perfect little beginnings of a great song. It had bass, drums, guitar and a voice actually humming a melody, in fact a second voice chimes in half way through. I am freaking clueless to the preset I used and what I tweaked. yes, i am a moron. Any way to walk back what the heck i did?
  6. What amp model sound truest with the acoustic models? In Garageband? In HD500? Any tips?
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