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  1. Hello Mcbeddall I thought your help, I think is very good, but in Fx box loope would put the Dyna Comp after wha and before the dynamic stall. I would do this for two reasons: ~ I saw that Fx shop there is HD TS9. While the compressors are not HD. ~ rev, eq and comp box are those who cannot move, then I would use the Fx Loop to the box that I can't move on the line. What do you think? Greetings Alberto
  2. Hi Jim you have discovered my nationality of my bad English? ...;-) Thank you for you advice. I wish you a good music. Thank you
  3. Initially I thought that the fx you could move the blocks at will and decide the type (stomp, mod, deley. ...). I understand this topic and working on the app, which, rightly, he chose to help the guitarist not to make mistakes, preventing effects sequence to put some effects in "wrong" places, if you don't know what you are doing. I think the choice of Line6 for fx is correct for someone like me its at home or could play in small venues. the "limitations" of fx are actually concessions to achieve optimum rig without wasting too much time, while guaranteeing the quality of sound and immeditezza pedal adjustment via tablet. HD 500 x is a machine maybe more comprehensive and flexible, but requires the use of a mac/pc, working on the pedal Board I think it's very uncomfortable and not paragonamile to the laptop. However they are increasingly directed towards fx ... the rest I want to play guitar not spending hours in front of a computer. Thank you
  4. I apologize for the unfortunate mistake, but I had trouble connecting and did not know if the first topic was unsuccessful. I understand now thanks to your answers and having "played" a bit with the program edit what are the "limits" of FIREHAWK fx than the pod hd500x. I am still hesitant about where to buy the one hand I have a pre-packaged product by the excellent interface, on the other I have a product that has maximum versatility, but that certainly requires more time to be honed. Some of you have made the switch from hd500x to FIREHAWK? as you have been found? from what I read I think the sound quality is the same, confirmed? I play mainly at home but I'd one day be able to start playing in small venues. for completeness of the edit Silverhead "Posted Today, 07:14 AM You can do this to some extent but it is limited. Firehawk FX block assignments Within presets are fixed in some respects and flexible in others. For instance, every preset has to block Comp. You can reassign the type of compressor fatto che block, and relocate the block in the signal chain, but you can not replace the Comp with, say, an Overdrive block. Similarly every preset has a moveable but not replaceable Reverb block. There are three (I think - or is it 4?) Fully flexible FX blocks in the chain. You can assign These to anything, I know you could have 3 Stomps, or 1 and 2 Stomp Delays, or any combination adding up to 3 (or 4?) FX blocks. But These Are the limits. Certainly you can not build in presets as you described above, with a total of 7 stomp, mod, and delay blocks. You would be portatili build That preset on the Pod HD500X Which supports a total of up to 8 fully assignable FX blocks, but you might run into DSP capacity limitations. And you would have only one remaining block for all other FX types (EQ, reverb, volume, wah .....)." Thanks for your help I will keep you updated on the choice made. good weekend everyone B) B)
  5. Hello to all I am new to the forum. I would like to switch from analog to digital instrumentation, to have more flexibility. when my line effects expected crybaby ----> dyna comp ---> mxr distrortion iii ---> Ibanez TS9 ----> mxr corus analogic ----> Boss DD3 and I would copy it in digital. I find very interesting is FIREHAWK fx, for its simplicity and directness. I downloaded the app for testing and it seems well made. But I have strong doubts that maybe you can answer. I watched many tones to FIREHAWK fx, but I see that all have always only one "stomp" or some maximum two delays ... you can have multiple Flex FX blocks of the same type (Stomp, Mod, Delay, or Pitch / Synth) below ? eg Stomp ---> Stomp ---> Stomp ---> Mod -> Delay ---> Daley ----> Delay etc ... How can it be done? you have a link where I can find the instructions. Or I would estimate the pod hd500x, but provides another type of interface. Thanks for all your reply. Albert
  6. Hello to all I am new to the forum. I would like to switch from analog to digital instrumentation, to have more flexibility. When my line effects expected crybaby ----> mxd dyna comp ---> mxr distrortion iii ---> Ibanez TS9 ----> mxr corus analogic ----> Boss DD3 and I would copy it in digital. I find very interesting is FIREHAWK fx, for its simplicity and directness. :wub: I downloaded the app for testing and it seems well made. But I have strong doubts that maybe you can answer. I watched many tones to FIREHAWK fx, but I see that all have always only one "stomp" or some maximum two delays ... you can have multiple Flex FX blocks of the same type (Stomp, Mod, Delay, or Pitch / Synth) below ? Eg Stomp ---> Stomp ---> Stomp ---> Mod -> Delay ---> Daley ----> Delay etc ... How can it be done? You have a link where I can find the instructions. Or I would estimate the pod hd500x, but provides another type of interface. Thanks for all your reply. Albert
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