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  1. Distortion is a dark yellow, dynamics and EQ are both bright yellow, modulation effects are blue, delay is green, reverb is orange, pitch and filter are both purple, looper is grey. You can assign effects manually to a specific switch, so you know where it will always be. So for example, you can assign distortion to be on the switch with the up arrow and delay could always be on the D switch; then just do it like that across all your presets.
  2. I was pretty disappointed in how the pod go sounded when I first got it. Very dull and fake sounding. It almost makes me wonder if I have a defective unit. Everything works fine though. After loading a custom IR and heavily EQing though it changes radically. I find myself using the 10 band EQ and boosting the 8khz and 16khz ranges both by 10 to 15 db. It sounds absolutely amazing now. Here's a link to some IRs. My absolute favorite is one of the soldano cabs. Not sure which pack its in though. https://seacowcabs.wordpress.com/
  3. I'm getting no sound in reaper for monitoring or playing back a recorded track, even though the meter is displaying normal input and it shows audio is being recorded. If I switch from the line 6 specified asio driver back to waveout or microsoft sound mapper everything works but there is way more latency. Anyone know whats going on or having the same problem? I went into asio configuration and changed the playback from the pod go to the system speakers but that didn't fix the issue.
  4. I just bought a pod go and was looking at which headphones to buy. Looking at the FAQ it says the headphone impedance output is 63 ohms?? That can't possibly be right can it? The helix floor is 12 ohms. Why is the pod go more than 5 times higher? Using the rule of 8, that would mean you need to use headphones with over 500 ohm load with the entry level pod. Did the FAQ mean we should use headphones with over 63 ohms? I'm really confused.
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