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  1. I've been having issues with this on my PG (not a wireless). It happens both when I have it hooked up to my FRFR speaker and my PC. Has to do with cell phones causing interference with the unit somehow. Like I said, it happens at home when I have it hooked up to my PC, and I thought it was maybe my headphones, but at a gig we verified it as well with the speaker. Anyone seen this? Have any solutions?
  2. What I wish would've been done, was giving all the amp/effect the explanations the patches give with the new stuff. The notes on what each knob/switch is meant to do is a real help when playing around with something. All the original stock stuff would've benefited greatly from that, IMO.
  3. I can't agree more here. Being able to just quickly turn a knob is something that's seemingly overlooked these days. I'm really liking the new amp model. I'm also a mostly blues player, and it's got some great tones for that. I'm always happy to get an amp that has a good clean tone which can be built on. And the HP filter control really allows you to dial in a fat/thin tone depending on what you're going after. I can really get that "edge of breakup" that is often sought after which then cleans up nicely with just a slight volume adjustment on my guitar.
  4. It seems to work just plugged in. I use mostly clean tones, and it's a very noticeable difference on the high ends.
  5. I just learned about this issue and IMO it really needs to be addressed. I suspect Line6 doesn't want to have a mass recall of units however. I've been using a joyo roll boost pedal on my input for months and now I know why it sounds so much better. I use mostly clean-ish tones so it makes a huge difference. I'm sure my PG is still under the 2 year warranty, so I think I have to send it back for service, but I have gigs which I need it for in the near future.
  6. I came across this issue quite by accident. I've been using a Joyo Roll Boost pedal for a simple volume boost when I need one, and I use it directly inputted and not in the effects loop. I noticed my guitar tone changed (and for the better) when it was plugged in, so I've been using it the last couple weeks. Come here and read all this, and now I know why. So, a simply Joyo Roll Boost works well as a cheap pedal if you want to add it to the list.
  7. I'd love to get a sound approaching that so I could play rhythm and mimic a B3. Nothing crazy with solos, really just simple slow, held chords. Anyone tried this? I'd guess using one of the rotary speakers would be a good start, but beyond that I'm starting at zero. Edit: well...why not try myself? https://line6.com/customtone/tone/5719104/ It's not terrible I think. It's best fingerpicked instead of strummed.
  8. Just curious: do you know what USB type you have on the front vs the hub/back? I know my PC has 2.0 on the front and 3.0 on the back. I wonder if that makes a difference.
  9. I just bought a laptop bag from a thrift store. All my local thrift stores have large selections of laptop bags. IMO they are almost perfect - many are padded and some even have hard inserts which provide even more protection. And they all have multiple pockets for cables, power supplies, etc. Just make sure you measure and get one right sized. Cost me $3.
  10. My Headrush arrives this week and I'm curious what EQ or other settings people may have noticed they needed to change when going from headphones to the powered speakers? Also, any tips for when playing with a live band? I'd assume you'd maybe need more midrange to make sure you stand out a little better?
  11. Doesn't seem like your link actually goes to your patch. I'd like to try it tho. https://line6.com/customtone/tone/5454075/ This is v4 of my BB King patch. It's meant to be used with my semi hollowbody and have an eq setup to approximate Lucille's variac switch in position 2 (which is apparently what BB used). Snapshot 1 starts of clean with a bit of breakup and each one gets progressively more gain and really doesn't sound very BB King by #3 I'd say. But it works for a wide variety of blues guitar sounds on my hollowbody guitar.
  12. Nice! Gonna definitely give this a try. Thanks for the head's up.
  13. Not yet. Didn't Jason (the youtube video guy who we all know and who's last name I don't remember) say it was supposed to come to the Pod Go? I don't see any reason this change can't be made for us.
  14. Ok, some interesting choices I didn't consider. For just going to the FX return on the amp, what output would I use from the Pod Go? The Mono main out? I've read a bunch of stuff about the amp and speaker coloring the sound too much when using the Pod Go's own amp/cab models in conjunction with the physical amp and speaker, so that would worry me a bit in this situation where I need to be plugged in and ready to go ASAP. I'm probably playing though an older Fender(and I wouldn't be 100% that it even has an FX loop), so I really just wanted to add the Klon to color my sound a little and maybe the Tube Screamer if I needed a more distorted lead. The EQ for lead boost is a good idea tho, I'll certainly give that a try. Thanks.
  15. I want to take my Pod Go to a local jam where I'll be using someone else's amp. I don't have an amp at home to practice or test this on, which is why I'm asking here. I only want/need to use maybe a couple different overdrives and the wah/volume. So please tell me if I have this correct for this sort of setup: In the Pod Go, I'll turn off all the amp and cab blocks and just setup the overdrive and distortion I want. Then: guitar into the Pod Go, and which output do I want to use to the front of the amp? Do I want to use the Main Out/mono or the Amp Out? Also, any tips or things I might want to know about setting up this way? I want to make this as quick as possible to setup.
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