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  1. Reverb and Fuzz deserve some love and an auto delay would be nice. IMHO, everything else is spot on.
  2. They have caught lightning in a bottle with this pedal. It is pure magic.
  3. A video of one of these classes or a live stream would be most appreciated.
  4. Sounds great, looking forward to it.
  5. In this day and age that is just a shame.
  6. Since this pack was made some time ago, does it suffer from the EXP issue in the latest patch? http://line6.com/support/topic/24048-fw-210-expression-pedal-question/ If so will you be updating the patch to fix it?
  7. Thank you Phil. This is all I needed to hear.
  8. What is the fix Glenn? Should I contact you through your site?
  9. Holy thread necromancy Batman!
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    Helix vs AX8

    I own both as well and can get all the tones through the Helix that I can on the AX8. The only reason I like the AX8 is for the amount of amps and FX compared to the Helix.
  11. How will I know what IR to use with what preset?
  12. Hello, You may wish to check out Dan Capeau's Youtube channel. He uses the Helix and his tones are sublime. I'm sure he would be happy to answer any question you had as well. https://www.youtube.com/user/XxNecrofreak13
  13. The Helix will evolve with each new update. When Line 6 adds new features, they will invariably go into the manual. A digital manual is really the best solution unless you wish to print out only the new bits that are applicable and discard the bits that are obsolete, to keep your hard copy canon.
  14. Solution: I had had the exact same issue with the Helix Rack for the past week. I tried everything in the suggestions including rolling my computer back. Here is what worked for me. For whatever reason when new video/audio drivers or software are installed, windows at times but not always, reverts UAC (User Account Control) to its default setting. So long story short, Right click on your Helix updater and tick the box "Run this program as administrator" and do the same for the updater as well. I know, this baffled me as I am the sole user on my computer and am by all intents and purposes, the administrator. Regardless of this fact windows in all its wisdom sometimes reverts drivers to default UAC privileges. I hope this solves your issue. It is most certainly a weight off my mind. Back to rockin' on the Helix!
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