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Everything posted by Nylander88

  1. Not free.... but. ez drummer is fantastic! totally worth it. spend some cash now, and the amount you'll use it will be worth much more than the cash you'll put up for it at first. you can get expansion packs for it as well, they have some good deals check it out! if you do recording as well, this is a great asset if you don't have a drummer on hand!
  2. I scrapped this idea for now, bought a Fender Player Telecaster, real nice guitar.
  3. Pete and Meat modded amps Billie Joe Armstrongs amps
  4. it's the internet, people are animals behind the screen, but yes line 6 manual is very easy, the modal types are very easy to read and understand. but yes Brit J45 (JTM45) Brit Plexi (Super Lead / Plexi) Brit 2204 (JCM 800) Line 6 2204 Mod (Alternate JCM 800) I'm hoping they add billie joe armstrong's modded amps to the list,
  5. Ok, so. I'm looking at buying a semi hollow telecaster kit, I'm a big tele guy, I got my first one last year, which was a jim root telecaster. it has all I want for a great metal or pop punk tone, now i'm looking to expand my sounds and get a tele with single coils in them, I'll be buying the kit and a set of fender vintage tele pick ups. but where I'm lost is the finish. my jim root has a black satin urethane finish, I want to replicate the look, and some of the feel of the satin finish on it, what is my best bet for a product for the finish?
  6. update: I tweaked the Bass to 4.3, treble 5.8, mids 5.3
  7. If you have time for during a lunch break, Rabea is great!
  8. I got the MXR Dookie drive the other day and was experimenting using with the amps and cabs. before jumping in, i wanted an amp that wasn't going to be driven into a gainy crunch by the 'pete' side, and i needed to have a marshall cab. I tried using a Brit Plexi Brt model with the gain all the way down and everything at 5, i thought that was a good sound, but I needed all volumes at 10, with the cab DB to +6 and a gain block, I don't like having to do that. then i kept experimenting. I came Cali IV Rhythm 1 with the same settings, into the 4x12 1960 T75 with the 57 Dynamic. it sounds pretty good. I was also using my Jim Root Tele. Next step is to tweak it through studio monitors! And, if you have the dookie drive and the stomp and try these settings, don't attack me. tone is in the ear of the beholder! Vote here if you think line six users should deserve to have pete and meat!!!
  9. I say when they max out the capability's and have every single guitar effect, amp and cab, then they make a new series.
  10. Lol, sometimes i think people just make it up to gain attention.
  11. I feel like this question is asked often.... too often
  12. If that doesn't work try a different cable, I have a noiseless cable that when connected to stomp and out to a monitor it cut's out sometimes, but when I use it with the stomp wearing headphones it's fine. also when I'm near my electronics it creates a bad noise, is this apart of your problem?
  13. I just use standard 9 gauge, then use a bigger number as I use lower tunings etc. drop B = 012's
  14. So I guess your silence means I don't get your stomp
  15. Since My original post I've moved from Punk rock to a Symphonic Hard Rock/Mock metal sound, Since July-ish I've recorded 20-30 Demos full fledged instrumental demos that need vocals, (a few with lyric written) also 12 30sec songs that have a music idea or riff. so that's my life story so far. Lol Since the original post I've added a Jim Root Tele which sounds kicking hard! neck is awesomely fast. I've also added a Boss Katana 100 212 really good amp, the tube emulator tech sounds pretty good, I normally just plug my Hx Stomp and use an amp modal with the cab. So far pretty good Here is some stuff I'm looking at in the future Studio Mic. Audio Interface, Premium headphones, Studio Monitors, pop shield, stand and xlr canles Guitars PRS SE Baritone Squier Jim Root Tele (THE BLACK ONE! That why i've got two, one drop C One drop D Amps PRS MT15 Traynor 2x12 V30 cab Misc. pedal board supplies
  16. Here is my profile feel free to vote on any of the ideas i have out out!
  17. I am a guitar player first and have better times finding good tones for my guitar, but when it comes to bass it's a bit harder, so my question is, If you were to play Some Punk, Hard rock and Metal with a Fender Jazz bass or a similar bass, what settings would you use with Hellix or Hx Stomp. If I could get 3 tones, Clean, mid dist, (just with some growl, and Distorted tone. Thanks!
  18. I hope the HX Series gets some more Revv stuff
  19. To touch on helping others countless times for the same thing, this was my first post here on the site. Twenty minutes in and I was a pro at telling people to update the whole thing! I at first had the same problem, but instead of asking someone for help I prefer to be able to fix it myself. that's what is missing from a lot of people nowadays is a drive to do something for your self and to understand what it is your doing before you do it (fellow teens this is directed at you too!)
  20. Remember to READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE UPDATING FIRMWARE!! Some people devote themselves to helping people (which is what the forums are for!) but people need to read the instructions to know what they are doing by themselves!
  21. The 2.1 side would be connected to the CURRENT doubler the goes into two 9v 500 mA, the HX Stomp takes the Center Negative side.
  22. I wanted to make a list of power supplies that can work with the Stomp, most of these come from online and YouTube by seeing other guitarists (And bassists!) and how they power them. Even though they seem to work with Stomp, Line 6 has Clearly said in their HX Stomp FAQ that they advise to use the provided power supply. To make these power supplies work, you'll need some extra accessories. You'll need a current doubler, (NOT A VOLTAGE DOUBLER!) and a centre negative 2.5mm adapter (Center for you yanks!). The HX Stomp has a power draw of about 800-900 mA, most power supplies will have 9v 500 mA or higher, these are the outputs you are looking for on a power supply. Power Supplies like the Cioks dc7 will have 9v 660 mA, this will not hurt the stomp. So here are the Power Supplies that should work. Voodoo Lab Pedal Power X4 Isolated Power Supply Voodoo Lab Pedal Power X8 Compact Isolated Pedal Board Power Supply Voodoo Lab High Current Power Supply Strymon Ojai High Current DC Power Supply Strymon Zuma Power Supply Truetone CS12 Pure Isolated Power Brick Truetone CS6 Pure Isolated Low-Profile Power Supply Cioks DC7 CIOKS DC7 with this current doubler and this adapter cable to get to the 2.5mm plug for my HXFX. Both are made by CIOKS. For the Cables Strymon Power Supply and Line 6 Pedal Current Doubler Cable Voodoo Lab Current Doubler Adapter 2.1mm to 2.5mm DC Crossover Cable Amazon Cable CIOKS DC7 with this current doubler and this adapter cable to get to the 2.5mm plug for my HXFX. Both are made by CIOKS. Wall Plugs Upbright LH-12300 *If your wondering why everything is so expensive, some of it is in It's in CAD* @Digital_Igloo I hope what I've said is correct! If not please let me know!
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