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    Thank you in advance for the 2.50

    @Inerzia I was wondering how the vocoder works in the Helix environment. Have you done some experimenting with multiple uses (before the helix, in a loop)? I can't find any good examples or user stories out there.
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    Oops. Lost Factory 2 preset 31D

    Got my Helix yesterday and unfortunately copied a new preset over Factory 2 31D. Anybody who can send me the preset to get my stuff back in the original state? Thxs in advance
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    One preset to rule them all?

    I actually solved it. I have hooked up the AUX input with my stereo guitar using a Fender ABY I had lying around. So I now have my GL&L using the G30 feeding into a VOX wah into the guitar in. Then I have my Sheraton piezo into an acoustic exciter to A of the ABY and humbuckers into the B, going into the AUX. Works like a charm.
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    One preset to rule them all?

    That's good te know, but then I still am one input short. The guitar I usually play (G&L) is a mono, that I hooked up to a G30. So I guess that would go into the guitar input. Would it be possible to use two unassigned Return inputs for the stereo guitar?
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    One preset to rule them all?

    Thx. I understand that creating different banks for different setups works. It's just that it might be quite a bit of maintenance to create all presets in duo and keeping them synched. I guess it's probably best to create most presets for FOH and just a few with the best tones for my amps. Probably will involve some additional tweaking as well.
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    One preset to rule them all?

    Ok, so I love my amps. I own a vintage AC30, Marshall Valvestate and actually thinking about getting the Mesa Boogie TC-100. Currently, I am using a Firehawk. I am thinking of upgrading to the Helix. I play in a cover band with quite a number of people. Sometimes bigger venues, but mostly small stages. So I would be playing my amps in some cases (preferably WDW, 4/7/10 cable), but in most cases probably use FOH directly from the Helix. So here's my questions: Are the presets of the Helix much better quality than the Firehawk? Is there an easy way to create presets that would allow me to toggle between playing on my amps and FOH? (I dread creating the same presets in different banks and keeping them synched) How does WDW work when sending the signal FOH? I have both a normal mono output guitar ánd a guitar with stereo output. Is there a way to use three input signals? Or do I have to use a splitter before the input? Any guidance of experienced users or Line6 would be great.
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    How to Setup Firehawk with 4 cable Method

    OK, so getting my 4 cable method going using the correct connections from mono/left and applying the FX patch in the right part of the signal chain I end up with a very nice sounding amp and effects. Great! But now I want to use two amps. So, I tried the 7 cable method with my little Hotone amp. I thought this might be very sweet with stereo delay. Using the right channel cabling something really weird happens: The pre-amp section of my Hotone starts getting into the signal path, effecting my left channel (adding a bunch of gain). In fact, the volume of my Hotone now starts to govern my Marshall on the left signal path. Detaching the Send Right/Hotone Input cable allows me to just add the effects to the Hotone, but then I can't use the volume of the little amp to increase. Am I missing something here? Is it at all possible to use a 7 cable method?
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    Loud humming noise from amps

    I am experiencing a loud humming noise from my amps when using the Firehawk. Until now I have not been able to find the source. groundlift doesn't help. My setup is as follows: guitars / behringer micromix 400 / firehawk / One channel to VOX AC30TB / Other channel via 4-cbl method to Marshall combo Directly connecting the behringer to the amps solves the problem. But hey, that's not an option really. I have also tried connecting the marshall directly, resulting in the same humming noise. I have also tried a clean channel without any amp models or effect, but to no avail. The noise is pretty loud. I estimate around 40db. At a concert this is not a real problem, but during practice my bandmembers are really getting freaked. Suggestions? Anybody else experiencing these problems?
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    2 different outputs

    What are you trying to accomplish Bartvo? Left for acoustic, right for electric?
  10. I just added a plea in the ideascale library for adding the Boss DS-1 to the sounds of the Firehawk. All in favour, please add your vote! http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Add-Boss-DS-1-sound-to-Firehawk/795018-23508?submitted=1
  11. It is great the Firehawk already contains a ton of great quality sounds. Is there a list of the songs that the sounds were based upon? They have cryptic names and although I can retrieve quite a few I was just wondering if there is a complete list available somewhere. Would be very helpful. ;)
  12. I thoroughly enjoy the Firehawk and have been fooling around with it for a bit now. I am puzzled as to why there is no distortion available that is based on my trusted DS-1. It would be great to have a similarly sounding distortion available. Two questions: 1) is there an existing distortion that comes close to the DS-1 sound? 2) how can I make Line6 include the sound in a new update? musical cheers Jan
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    How to Setup Firehawk with 4 cable Method

    Very helpful Urbanspaceblast. Question you might be able to help me out with: what if I want to use two amps? The device is stereo enabled, but trying the ipad software I can't find a way in which to split the signal into two chains. For instance, I would like to enter two different delay settings to the effect loops of my two amps. Would that work?
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