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toneman2121

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  1. http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?s=bece632313aefeecbb28b4c6c0545a42&app=core&module=search&do=viewNewContent&search_app=forums
  2. well i would like to hear a better recording. i really can't hear the music. good playing, though
  3. i really didn't do anything intentionally, except what i've suggested already. the problem just hasn't re-appeared.
  4. i've experienced the same thing. it hasn't happened recently. have you tried turning the affected effect off and on? or switching between patches? re-flash?
  5. ...and i have a 50 year old skil saw that still works. ha!
  6. http://foobazaar.com/podhd/toneGuide/
  7. are you sure you are holding the correct button? the navigation key is the one to the right of the screen. it has up, down, left and right. press the left arrow then turn on the pod.
  8. i have a fender deville. 4 tens. my set up is ax, pod, pwr amp in. i've found this my favorite. but i do have to play relatively loud to get the best tone. considering hot plates or something similar.
  9. if you're still here to read this, it wasn't what you said, it's how you said it
  10. To address "Guru"... yep it's possible that your neck needs adjustment via the truss rod. I'm sure there are YouTube videos on how to check your neck and adjust it if needed. The trick is to turn the truss rod a little at a time... that is an 1/8 to a 1/4 turn at a time... then let the guitar sit for a bit to let the neck catchup 100% to the torque just applied to it. Another possibility is that your guitar needs a fret job (replacment of the frets). I have a guitar that is 1/2 unplayable cuz it needs one. Typically many of us learn the blues/rock stuff that heavily favors the key of "A" in the 5 the fret neck area and the key of "E" which favors the 12th fret area of the neck. Bending strings and vibrato are the main culprits that wear down the frets. And fret jobs are not cheap... often costing $300 to $600 depending on the type of guitar. Take it to a registered luthier not some hack. A bound neck (ala Gibson Les Paul) is going to cost on the high end cuz the neck binding also needs to be redone thanks
  11. speaking of tuning, my guitar has been acting this way for a while now and i don't know how to fix it. when i tune to concert pitch. open chords and barre chords formed around the E string sound in tune but if i play chords formed around the A string, the B and hi E string are a half step sharp. new strings, intonation doesn't help. i have to tune in between to play, so it's close to sounding in tune. using a chorus helps a lot. answers? questions? warped neck? what the heck is going on?
  12. i'm lost. would you mind repeating that...from the beginning :)
  13. the only advice i can give is reflash, perform a global reset (mandatory), pedal recal
  14. the update will be available October 18th at 1642 hours. confirmed.
  15. i assume it wasn't scratchy at first. the volume pot in my xt was scratchy and i took the pod apart and cleaned it with contact cleaner and exercised it but it only worked a short time. i wrote to line6 and they sent a new one free of charge in less than a week.
  16. Be sure that these tubes are Line 6 authorized Electro-Harmonix power tubes (and the pre-amp tubes as well), why?
  17. reflash the firmware, do a global reset and calibrate the pedal
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