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  1. I don't know if its the fact that I'm getting old or I'm too lazy to memorize chord changes, it's probably both. I normally use a bank per song when I play live. If I don’t use all 10 places for patches, I’ll use the scribble strips as a cheat sheet. I’ll put the chord names there if it’s a song I don’t feel like remembering or just don’t care to remember.


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  2. I use two Line 6 L3M's in stereo on stands. They are a 3â€way, triâ€amped speaker system. For smaller venues they can fill the out the direct feed to the PA, for large venues I use one for side fill and one in front of the Helix in a monitor configuration. They not only reproduce the models faithfully, but the Helix can switch speaker programs in the L3M's that are saved with the patches. Very transparent and each L3m can produce 1400 watts.

  3. It would be more useful if it had the Line 6 Link output. I use my JTV-89 with my HD500 into 2 L3m Stagesource Speakers via the Line 6 Link. I write scenes that switch the guitars, amps, effects, speaker contours. I hope they develop a pro version that will allow me to continue with my current setup.

  4. I am starting to do the demos for my new album. The album concept is "keyboard free". All tracks are played using only Guitar, Bass and Drums. So to record the bass for "Lujon" by the great Henry Mancini, I dusted off my Variax 700 Bass. I used the 1949 Kay Upright Bass for the track and I think the model is kind of flat compared to the models in my James Tyler 89 and 69. It made me wonder if Line 6 is going to produce an updated bass. I've included the link to the demo, the bass is ok, but not as resonant as my real upright bass.

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