Jump to content

Rocco_Crocco

Members
  • Content Count

    805
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    7

Rocco_Crocco last won the day on August 26 2017

Rocco_Crocco had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

147 Good

About Rocco_Crocco

  • Rank
    Gear Head

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Registered Products
    4

Recent Profile Visitors

1,030 profile views
  1. Your preset sounds good to me. Everything always sounds harsher to me in headphones. I leaned early on with the Helix to NOT create or edit presets with headphones, because they never sound right when I go back to using speakers. For me, anyway. For headphone use, on your amp model, turn down the treble and presence, and turn up the bass. A little goes a long way. This will sound better in your phones, but will sound too dark when you go back to speakers. IME anyway. Good luck.
  2. I just like when they add new models. It's fun to hear what these amps (that I will probably never be able to play with in real life) sound like. Then, after a couple days, the shininess usually wears off and I go back to the Freidman or the Litigator or the Epic. I will say, however, that the second Rev model they released in v2.9 (can't remember if Red or Purple) has pretty much replaced my Badonk when I want that type of distortion.
  3. I was initially bemused when I realized my new Helix didn't have an aux input. The reality is, however, the Helix is configured perfectly for my workflow. I realize not everyone would want my particular practice setup, but I run my Helix directly to my PC via USB, where I can sit in front of stereo monitors (decent computer speakers work just fine, too) and learn new material on guitar. I can jamb along to backing tracks on YouTube, learn songs and solos with slow-down software (Transcribe), or just noodle. I have a tiny amp and the Boss Waza headphones I got for Christmas last year if I want to play while watching TV. I wouldn't trade my Helix setup for anything, despite no aux input.
  4. Just engage the volume pedal... the sound should kick in. Then save the preset or it will happen every time you open it. Hope this helps.
  5. Call customer service when they open. They will get you right.
  6. Rocco_Crocco

    rate my tones

    Love the tone! That's really the only "type" of fuzz sound I like.
  7. Having a hard time getting this to embed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=088Yc7V_6T0
  8. This video highlights five great presets from Line 6's preset sharing website -- CustomTone. These are my favorite presets for the week of May 10th. Each preset is demonstrated on its own, as well as in a full band mix. Backing tracks have had the guitars removed. Some slight EQ changes may be necessary to help the guitar sit in the mix of a full band.
  9. Call or email them and open a ticket and they will tell you if they are accepting repairs.
  10. I tried this and I am not seeing what you're talking about. You can highlight the exact web page then copy and paste it here.
  11. Look on Customtone for "Modern Plexi" and "FMM Epic". They both sound good with my rig for Classic Rock.
  12. Hello and thank you for this document. The way it is formatted is perfect for me. Are you planning on revising for the new firmware version?
×
×
  • Create New...