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  1. your fine. I loosen the locking nuts, tune it, lock them back down then use the bridge tuners to fine tune it and when tuning before playing. I find I only need to loosen the locking nuts when changing strings or on the rare occasion that the bridge tuners won't bring it in tune.
  2. Throwing cash at the screen isn't working :( I would pay 1000 for this.
  3. very cool! just to verify it's the 30 can zipperless cooler here?
  4. i have a jtv-89f and use xvive when I'm at my guitar lessons and it works great. Haven't tried it gigging or in the studio though. I plug into the helix when not in the lessons.
  5. May be an old thread but it's the first real answer to the question. Thanks!
  6. same here and my restore from 2.3 went fine also
  7. the only time i had any issues like this is when I had the editor open and connected to the helix. Only one program at a time can be connected to it. Shutting down the editor worked for me.
  8. the little knobs on the bridge are for fine tuning. when you reach the max/min those will turn use the allen key to loosen up the locking nut then use the tuners, lock the nut then tune with the little knobs. Here is toneking explaining it or search for floyd rose tuning on youtube.
  9. That's correct, but the TU3 has a single red light when the helix tuner isn't activated. So, yes, it's on but It's not active.
  10. I use a TU3 plugged into send 1 and set the helix tuner to 'Send 1/2', when I activate the helix tuner it outputs to the tu3.
  11. There is an installed program on your system. It has access to the disk. Dropping a .hlx file to disk and reload them in reverse order of drop would be trivial. Even cross platform this is the most basic of system programming. The hlx files are so small I wouldn't even try to do diffs. I would just drop a full hlx file for every change. This could also take advantage of the hlx import code already available in HX Edit. Communication between edit and the hardware wouldn't have to change at all.
  12. +1 more memory for extra stuff... ;)
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