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  1. Here's a request I posted today about removing the limitation on the number of amps in an HX Stomp preset: https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Please-remove-the-limit-of-only-2-amps-per-HX-Stomp-preset/995797-23508 And here's another from a year ago about adding more Tech 21 SansAmp models: https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Tech-21-SansAmp/959408-23508
  2. Does Rickosound work similar to the stereo output of a Chapman Stick? I use the HX Stomp to process both sides of my Stick separately, melody strings into L input and bass strings into R input. My signal path is basically the same as the image shown above. It is important to have Balance A and Balance B panned fully left and right at Split Y (start of the path) AND ALSO at the Mixer (end of the path), if you want two separate mono signals at the L and R outputs. Recently, I've started routing path B (mono bass signal) to the Send output, so I can have melody strings running stereo out of the Main L/R outs. Not sure about using a footswitch to cut the amp feed on path B.
  3. I added a new request for a few more bass DI options. "I'm looking forward to the addition of the SansAmp Bass Driver DI in Helix Firmware 2.80. Please also add the following SansAmp DI units in the future: VT Bass DI GED-2112 RBI" https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Tech-21-SansAmp/959408-23508
  4. I believe the MOD DUO does exactly that.
  5. I've added a new idea. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/L-R-Swap-Parameter-for-FX-Loop/952056-23508?submitted=1 Would it be possible to add an "L/R Swap" parameter to the FX Loop blocks? With snapshot assignments, we could then switch between the left and right FX Loops using only a single block. And on the HX Stomp, each block can be quite precious. In my particular case (which I talk about a bit here: https://line6.com/support/topic/44442-blocks-required-for-fx-loop-lr/) this would allow me to switch between a short delay and a long delay that I never have on at the same time. I suspect it might be convenient for other uses as well.
  6. I submitted this on Ideascale. Please vote it up if you think it would be useful. https://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/L-R-Swap-Parameter-for-FX-Loop/952056-23508?submitted=1
  7. After a bit more trial and error, I came up with the following signal route: Split Y (L100) (R100) | | G amp (L) B amp (R) | | FX Loop L/R | | | Stereo Width | \ / | | Mixer (L100) (R100) | Output (Pan = Center) So, that gives me two mono chains (guitar and bass) to send to FOH. FX Loop L is my short delay, and FX Loop R is my long delay. With the FX Loop stereo block on my guitar amp chain (panned left), only the short delay is heard. By placing the Stereo Width block after that, I can snapshot enable the "LRSwap" parameter to swap between the short and long delay. Now, this isn't a solution to my original issue, because I'm still using 2 blocks and delay trails aren't maintained properly. But, I think it provides a clue for a possible solution. I wonder if it wouldn't be possible to add an "FX Loop Swap" parameter to the MONO FX Loop blocks. If so, I could save a block while hopefully maintaining delay trails. (From the Stereo Width example, the more obvious solution is to add an "LRSwap" parameter to the STEREO FX Loop block, but it seems simpler - maybe just to me - to use a MONO FX Loop block for a mono signal chain, if possible.) I'm curious if anyone else is interested in this, and thinks it is worthy of an idea scale submission.
  8. Nope. Not gonna work for what I want. Manually engaging the delays doesn't allow me to maintain the delay trails when I switch them off. So, it looks like I'm back to using two mono FX loop blocks if I want to control two external delay pedals.
  9. Thanks for the reply. Yeah, I had considered your suggestion before posting my question, and even had my 2 delays wired in series on the same loop for a short while. But, I decided I preferred having each delay on a separate loop mostly for using snapshots. On the other hand ... it might be beneficial to operate my long delay independent of whatever snapshots I set up. (My short delay will always be on.) Thanks for giving me some things to think about.
  10. Hi, I've had my HX Stomp less than a week, so still have much to learn. I'm using it to process both sides of my Chapman Stick, with a Deluxe Reverb or Twin Reverb for the melody strings (Path A) and an Ampeg SVT for the bass strings (Path B). That uses up a lot of DSP, so I'm trying to be as economical/efficient as possible with the remaining DSP and blocks. I have an MXR Carbon Copy delay and a TC Electronic Flashback Mini delay that I run mono into the FX Loop L and R channels. The delay pedals themselves are always on. The two blocks (FX Loop L and FX Loop R) are on Path A, and I route the signal between them with snapshots. I never route the signal through both delays at the same time, so if one block is on the other is off. This uses two blocks, but I wonder if there isn't a way to achieve this with only one block? Maybe there is a way to do it with a single FX Loop stereo block that I haven't figured out yet? If not, I might add a request to Ideascale, to use a snapshot to toggle between FX Loop L and R on only one block. Thanks! ramuji
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