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  1. Try placing spring in front of amp instead of after. I've found that it gives a better representation...I had same thoughts about it awhile back and this blew me away when I tried it.
  2. Thanks all for the great feedback, and especially the in depth explanations. I read through the manual when I got the thing, but I wish L6 would maybe provide more guidance for us users who aren't all that familiar with anything but analog pedals and a tube amp.
  3. So are you saying if I plug straight in to power amp input and include a cab model, it won't matter because Helix is using my amp speakers as cab? I feel like I'm missing something here. As far as I can tell, I can add a cab model anywhere I want and in any setup, the sound will just change depending on which setup is used.
  4. Thanks for the feedback, guys. That's the way I've been running it most recently and has been giving me the best sound. I'm wondering if my global settings and chain need to be tweaked a little more.
  5. I know this has been addressed in numerous other places, but I'm too lazy to search. I have a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 that I have been using with my Helix. As of right now, that is my only option (besides headphones) as I'm not currently playing live, etc. and purchasing FRFR or anything else is probably not an option if I want toe keep my wife around much longer after buying the Helix. I am still confused as to what the best route is for running in to the amp, as far as 4CM, ideal global settings, and the amp/cab, amp, or preamp options. While I know many will just say do what sounds best, I think there are simply too many combinations and variables at play, and I want to make sure I am getting the most out of this thing. I feel like I have been "almost there" for awhile now, but something is missing, and I know I've seen others that have been happy running in front of amps. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
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