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  1. :-) Line6 got in ahead of you - see release notes: Update Firmware From HX Edit Helix Floor, Helix Rack/Control, Helix LT, HX Effects, HX Stomp Instead of hanging out on social media, desperately asking when the next firmware's dropping, you can now, I dunno, actually play guitar? As soon as a new update becomes available, HX Edit will tell you, and all you gotta do is follow the prompts.
  2. I had the same issue (mine froze at 503). I tried a rebuild preset boot (holding down fs 10 & 11 while switching the unit on) and that didn't work, but it might for you. Eventually I turned the unit off and left it for a couple of minutes, then when I turned it back on it started rebuilding from 503 and completed. HX Edit then recognised my unit and showed firmware 2.90. Are you sure you're leaving the unit for a minute or two before switching back on again? That's sometimes an issue with some devices. Otherwise, try a launching in update mode by holding fs 6 & 12 while swiching on (see Helix/Rack/LT/FX/Stomp Reset Procedures and Troubleshooting Tricks in the Knowledge Base).
  3. SOLVED - I tried doing a reset build reboot (holding FS 10+11), and again it got stuck at preset 503. I switched off the power, and when I powered it back up, it just started the preset rebuild from preset 504 and completed successfully. HX Edit recognises the unit and shows firmware 2.90, so hopefully all is now ok.
  4. Hello all - as the title says, I followed the update instructions to the letter, got the firmware successfully updated, but now my LT is stuck at 'rebuilding preset 503'. I haven't touched anything yet, but it's been about 20 minutes now. What should I do? Thanks
  5. As the title says really - does anybody have any tips they've discovered for tweaking some of the model sounds with Workbench to get them closer (to their ears) to the originals, or to create interesting new sounds, like Richie Castellano did with his emulation of Brian May's Red Special?
  6. Hi all - does anybody have any recommendations on the best way to block out the trem on the Standard to prevent it from moving? I never use trems and I want to get my tuning more stable. Thanks.
  7. This, exactly. I've found them to be an incredibly powerful tool, and I can't think of anything I've wanted to do that I haven't been able to, by using a snapshot. Incidentally, I also have a patch where I switch from acoustic to hi gain using... you guessed it, and I don't understand why so many people seem to have such a hard time grasping the concept, either.
  8. I've been experimenting with creating a midi track in Logic to control the patch and snapshot changes on my Helix LT in time with my backing tracks, and I've got a question that I can't seem to find the answer to in any documentation. When I create a programme change event in Logic to select a patch on the Helix, the patch only selects momentarily before switching back to patch 1B. I've found a workaround that make the selected patch stick - I have to also create controller change event to select a snapshot (cc69 0-7) - but I don't believe that should be necessary. My question is, what have I missed (or is this actually normal behaviour)? Many thanks in advance.
  9. Swapped out for new without question by Professional Music Technology in Old Street, here in London. Can’t fault the service from them or Line 6, thanks. Edit: And if anyone's interested, the new one performed faultlessly at last night's gig. So if anyone gets the same problem, my advice is don't mess about - take it straight back to your dealer.
  10. littleeden

    It arrived!!

    Ah you’re gonna have fun. Welcome to the rabbit hole!
  11. Yes that’s fine, thank you very much. I prefer my picks cold, though.
  12. Yeah, well, I'm still holding out for an apology for your baseless accusation. Guess we're both gonna be disappointed. Boo hoo.
  13. Well, according to the response to my ticket (very quick, thanks), it’s a hardware problem that needs a tech to look at it, and I should take it back to where I bought it. So that’s what I’ll do.
  14. Well, according to the response to my ticket (very quick, thanks), it’s a hardware problem that needs a tech to look at it, and I should take it back to where I bought it. So that’s what I’ll do.
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