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  1. Hey y'all, I recently purchased some patches from WorshipTutorials.com for my Pod Go. I REALLY love their patches! However, I am having an issue. P&W patches are very ambient a wet. Often the delay and reverb is backed off on the rhythm parts but not turned off completely. For the lead tones the delays and reverbs are much more present. No shredding in P&W generally speaking. On to the issue... The snapshots are as follows: 1 = Clean ish Rhythm w/minor delays and reverb 2 = Gain Push 3 = Ambient Lead with Long Delay/Reverb 4 = Clean Ambient Swells When switching snapshots there is a very audible sound anomaly whenever there is a large change in the delay/reverbs. It's hard to explain what it sounds like. It's like an alien spaceship sound. The pitch also changes temporarily. It's not like this on every patch. It seems to happen only on the wet effects like delays and reverbs. The other weird thing is that on some patches the sound anomaly is still there but more faint. In other patches it is very noticeable. It's annoying when at church we finish a rockin' part of a song and we bring down the volume to transition to prayer and lush ambient swells. But then your congregation is chuckling trying to figure out what that weird alien sound was. Are there any of you having the same issue? I imagine you David Gilmore fans might encounter this issue as well? It seems that the more FX parameters that change at once from snapshot to snapshot the more likely the sound anomaly will be to show it's ugly face. @Line6 Tech Support, will there be an update to fix this issue? Thank you all for your input. My equipment: Pod Go + 112 PowerCab Epiphone Sheraton II Pro Fender Strat w/Fishman Fluence SSS
  2. I'd LOVE to see a firmware update to include: 1) Naming snapshots instead of just numbers or letters. 2) The ability to add an additional impulse response block. This would allow me to switch between cabs or even use an acoustic impulse response in conjunction with an amp/cab of choice. Or even an electric IR like making a Les Paul sound like a Tele or making an acoustic sound like a banjo etc. This would open up A LOT of possibilities and functionality imho.
  3. Hello all, I notice on the software "Pod Go Edit" on (Windows 10) the menu it has an "import set list" option. It uses a file type called .pgs if memory serves me. I contacted Line 6 support asking how to use this function but didn't really see to get an answer that was helpful. Does anyone have experience using this function? There is nothing in the manuals that I could find either. How do I create a .pgs file and what does it do? Thanks in advance y'al
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