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Acel6

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  1. Warning: I was able to install and run the demo version on OSX 10.9. It was only after I bought it and registered it that it suddenly stopped working. Apparently there is something about the registration process that prevents it from working in OSX 10.9, even though the demo version runs fine.


  2. You just have to work with what you have. Here is how I do it at church:

     

    1. Waiting for next song more than 4 minutes, G10 goes into sleep mode. 

    2. I KNOW that G10 will be in sleep mode. I always look at the G10 indicator LED to see the status before playing. 

    3. I roll back my volume pedal to ensure I am not sending signal to the mixing console. 

    4. Turn up the volume pot on guitar. 

    5. Hit the strings

    6. G10 wakes up

    7. Turn up volume pedal, play. 

     

    That entire process takes about 4 seconds. If I forget to do that, it is my own fault. I don't suggest that Line 6 adds motion sensors, buttons, or anything like that. I know how the equipment works, and I can control when it comes out of sleep mode. The key to using ANY piece of equipment effectively is to understand how it works, and make it work for you. 

     

     

    Thank you for taking time to reply. I am familiar with how the G10 works. I am just offering feedback to Line6 to help them make better products in the future. Boss solved this problem very elegantly, so it seems reasonable to expect Line6 should be able to do the same.


  3. There are times when I'm standing around during a church service and someone is speaking, and it may be 4 minutes or longer.  The unit has entered sleep mode and it doesn't wake up immediately.  I can miss the first chord or few notes of what I'm playing.  Happened twice to me on Sunday.  Any way to lengthen the amount of time for Sleep Mode to kick in?  Or disable it altogether?

     

     

    I'm having this same problem. I don't how many times I've gone to hit an important chord after a few minutes and I get...silence. Using signal to wake it up seems like a bad design. There should be another way to wake it up. Maybe a motion detector or a button you can press to wake it up.

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