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  1. I am still using mine. I am not a professional, just an older man entertaining his friends ;-) while sipping wine. It works somehow. I have 2 relays/units and swap them. One works the other loads. But I, although a Line6 fanboy, will probably not buy more of them. I liked the loading stand and simplicity of use. Currently I look at this https://www.thomann.de/de/the_t.bone_giga_pro_pedal_set.htm . The joint is important, I broke mine G10 relay while sitting and playing. Being able to load the relay on amp is nice, but the amp needs to be switched on, and that wears it down, same for the base station, so having a separate loading stand is actually a good idea.
  2. I tried it again. When charging with Spider, it goes in couple of hours (2-3h) up to 2 bricks, then it discharges again, on the next day it was again down to one brick. I took it out of the amp and plugged it in the old G10 stand and the relay was charged (green) in under an hour.
  3. I do not knot how exactly to "re-sync", but the Spider Amp is recognizing the Relay and there is pictogram on the home screen, showing one "brick" (out of 3?).
  4. Mine is still not working, firmware uptodate 1.05.
  5. I have a Spider V mk II 120 and a Relay G10 with a Loading stand (not updated) - since update the Spider Amp does not load the Relay, it blinks green or red sometimes first green then red. When I load it on the old stand, everything works as ever. I loads quickly and stays green. Before the update the Amp worked as well. I have 2 G10 and I too NEVER had heat problems.
  6. Hallo, I purchased an FBV3 pedal to control my Amplify. It works great and the midi controll software is easy to use too. Since Amplify has no looper and there is no easy way to integrate a classic external looper, I thought maybe I can connect both, Amplify AND computer and use a software looper controlled by FBV pedal. Can I switch FBV3 back to control Amplify mode while the USB cable is attached? Thank for any advice and/or oppinionon the topic. Yours recoder
  7. Hallo, I purchased an FBV3 pedal to control my Amplify. It works great and the midi controll software is easy to use too. Since Amplify has no looper and there is no easy way to integrate a classic external looper, I thought maybe I can connect both, Amplify AND computer and use a software looper controlled by FBV pedal. Can I switch FBV3 back to control Amplify mode while the USB cable is attached? Thank for any advice and/or oppinionon the topic. Yours recoder
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