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  1. ...found it! I didn't loose the foot switch assignments. I just had set the device to snapshots without noticing. Hence the led rings were just white and didn't change anything in my patch, as I don't use different snapshots. Since the screen showed the fx blocks section, I couldn't see the snapshots changing (in the background). Once I realised that, the solution was simple - press the page button until you get to the stomp mode again. Duh.
  2. I just contacted support. If you're using the MD-BT01... Do you have a great solution where to put the controlling device (iphone etc)? I'd love to keep it near the guitar or even attach it to it, but I haven't seen a great solution for that. Music or Mic stand is an option, but that's already too far away...
  3. I have an HX Stomp and I managed to lose all the footswitch assignments on all patches. The three led rings are /stay white and I can't assign fx blocks to them. According to the manual touching the capacitive switches for 3 secs will bring up a dialog - which doesn't seem to happen in my device. I haven't reset the device yet, as I don't want to lose my patches / IR settings. Any ideas how to fix this? Is it a known bug? I suspect this happened when I played around with a Yamaha MD-BT01 Bluetooth midi adapter, but I never changed all presets (which would require saving them individually) and I currently don't know how that happened. Thanks for your help, M.
  4. I had a few direct messages because some of you are interested in this, but don't have a 3D printer. I don't do this as a profession, but can print one for you. It takes about 3 hours to print one on the finest quality setting of my machine. I charge 5 bucks an hour to cover the plastic and the use of the machine - plus shipping from Switzerland to wherever you are. Send me a message if you want one.
  5. I know, I know - the G10 is not meant to be mounted on a pedalboard. However, people still do it. And those who do probably noticed that the sender protrudes quite a bit compared to simple pedals. So - in theory, if you did that - you'd probably want to remove the sender from the receiver when transporting your pedalboard. But you also don't want to just have the sender fly around in your road case or pedalboard gig bag. To address the issue, I created a 3D printed holder for the sender, that allows you to attach the sender sideways. See the pics - the bottom plate can be attached with double sided tape or dual lock. You can download it for free on Enjoy, M.
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