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  1. Sweetwater has the cables, even if it says no stock, you should call them and check. When I ordered them the website said out of stock, but they actually had them...
  2. I have this stuff: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PowerMAX--eventide-powermax https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PowerM8800--eventide-8800-10cm-rca-f-2-rca-m-parallel-adapter-flex-gray And I need this: https://www.perfectcircuit.com/cioks-3050-flex-cable-type-3.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAqt7jBRAcEiwAof2uK2-FLeUNikgmBbe1_VniBWnNmnjFAH9VJcG4itpSvW3U8DXFhi9DdhoCTJ4QAvD_BwE That 3050 cable is out of stock everywhere unless you want to order it overseas and pay crazy shipping costs. Does anyone know of another cable that would work in the situation, or a workaround or something? For those new to this, the HX Stomp needs a center negative, 2.5mm cable. Most cables are center positive and/or 2.1mm (like Boss standard)
  3. Yes! I didn't know you could put a dry through send block like that, thank you! By the way, are there any 3rd party IRs/blocks that have delay and reverb on one block?
  4. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this should work for the Stomp: https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PowerMAX--eventide-powermax https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PowerM8800--eventide-8800-10cm-rca-f-2-rca-m-parallel-adapter-flex-gray https://www.perfectcircuit.com/cioks-3050-flex-cable-type-3.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAqt7jBRAcEiwAof2uK2-FLeUNikgmBbe1_VniBWnNmnjFAH9VJcG4itpSvW3U8DXFhi9DdhoCTJ4QAvD_BwE
  5. Thanks for the replies guys, I'm sorry, I made a mistake. The setup in question is the following: Guitar in to stomp - Path A: dynamics, overdrive, etc. to front of dry amp via Stomp Main Left Mono Out Path B: wet effects (delay, reverb etc.) 100% mix out via Stomp Effects Send Left Mono in to either front of wet amp or effects return of wet amp So in path B, the reverb will only get the wet signal of the delay. I guess I could just put the delay mix to 50% or something, and then some dry signal will be going through the wet amp, unless there's a better way...
  6. Only using the Stomp for delay and reverb with the reverb last, both 100% mix so that there is no dry signal in that path going to the wet only amp. So just those 2 blocks. My friend has a Helix and get's around this problem by using multiple parallel paths, but the Stomp only has 1 parallel path available...
  7. Hi folks, I'm trying to get my 2 amp wet/dry rig up and running. Am new to the Stomp, only had it about a week so far. Currently I have delay and reverb on one path and send it out mono out of the stomp. I go guitar straight in to another amp for my dry signal which then has a direct out going in to the input of the stomp. So I want 100% wet through the wet amp which means I'm setting the delay and reverb mixes to 100%. The problem then is that the reverb which is last, only get's the 100% wet signal from the delay, which means it's only adding reverb to the delays and no reverb to the dry signal. Because the Stomp only has 1 parallel path available, the only workaround I see to this would be to have the delay on path A and reverb on path B. Path A would be the main output of the Stomp and would go to the input of the amp, and path B would go in to the effects return of the amp. That way both the delay and reverb will be effecting the dry signal. Is this correct or is there a better way to do this? Thank you in advance! EDIT: the above is incorrect, the path in question is actually this: Guitar in to stomp - Path A: dynamics, overdrive, etc. to front of dry amp via Stomp Main Left Mono Out Path B: wet effects (delay, reverb etc.) 100% mix out via Stomp Effects Send Left Mono in to either front of wet amp or effects return of wet amp
  8. Hey guys, thanks for the help! Sorry I thought there was an overhaul on the HXS that needed to be done on a systemic level. Not just IR's but something with the fundamental samples that it uses to build off of. Maybe I am confusing that with IRs. Kilrahi - did you try the ownhammer IRs? I keep reading about them... So in terms of "upgrading", basically after you update the firmware, the only other thing you can do is load 3rd party IRs?
  9. Hi folks, I've been searching around for over an hour now and I can't find a step by step guide on how to optimize the HXS. I'm not talking about just updating the firmware, I'm talking about the other stuff like loading better samples, better IR's, etc. I keep reading a lot about getting the ownhammer IRs and such, but is there a way to get the HXS to its full potential by only using free resources? If not I don't mind spending the xtra money, but I just want to do in the most efficient way possible. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
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