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  1. Thanks everyone for the input! When the answer is "that's just the way it is" that's ok with me. It just seems odd to me that Line 6 would build all of this versatility in to this system and then limit our ability to change the output mode.
  2. Thanks for the reply. Here is what I can already do using the 4 cable method: 1) I can set up a patch with out a modeled amp or pre-amp and just use the POD as a stomp box substitute. I have some effects running into my pre-amp like distortion etc. I have some effects in my loop hitting only the power-amp through the return. In this mode my knobs on the Cornford still work. I can adjust gain, tone and volume. 2) I can set up a patch with a pre-amp model, like a blackface for instance and an FX block. Now I'm by-passing the pre-amp on the Cornford. I have confirmed this by trying to adjust the gain and tone stack knobs - no effect, they are bypassed at this point. So, example 1, I'm putting signal into the pre-amp and the power amp. Example 2 I'm putting signal into the power-amp only. If I'm only putting signal into the power-amp there is no need for the cable that goes into the front of the amp. All I would need it the cables in the FX loop. This is why I think I should be able to select the output configuration by patch, not be locked into 1 mode.
  3. Hi everyone, I'm using my new POD HD500X with a Cornford Carrera connected 4 cable method. I want to create a bank where I can toggle from a patch or patches where I'm using an FX block and my tube pre from the amp. Then kick to the next patch where I'm using a POD pre and just using the power amp section of the Cornford. Then kick to the next patch where I bypass the tube amp and output to my PA, for an acoustic sound. I have not been able to figure out how to select the proper output mode. When I am using the pre from my amp I'm thinking my output setup should be combo front or stack front. When I'm using the pod pre I think I should use combo power or stack power. Those seem like global settings to me, can't figure out how to make them change patch to patch. Also can't figure out how to mute the tube amp and use the PA for an acoustic patch. Thanks in advance for any help.
  4. Hi everyone, I'm using my new POD HD500X with a Cornford Carrera connected 4 cable method. I want to create a bank where I can toggle from a patch or patches where I'm using an FX block and my tube pre from the amp. Then kick to the next patch where I'm using a POD pre and just using the power amp section of the Cornford. Then kick to the next patch where I bypass the tube amp and output to my PA, for an acoustic sound. I have not been able to figure out how to select the proper output mode. When I am using the pre from my amp I'm thinking my output setup should be combo front or stack front. When I'm using the pod pre I think I should use combo power or stack power. Those seem like global settings to me, can't figure out how to make them change patch to patch. Also can't figure out how to mute the tube amp and use the PA for an acoustic patch. Thanks in advance for any help.
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