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  1. Great! Thanks to you both for responding - I have now removed the volume knob, peeled off the plastic and replaced the knob.
  2. Understood. So, just to make sure I understand - the volume knob slips off by moving it up vertically - there's no set screw or anything else holding it. Is that correct?
  3. Thank for the response. When I removed the plastic from the pickguard a large piece refused to come loose from under the volume control knob. Part of it is still under there and sticks out. Just would like to clean it up. Personal pride thing I guess... nothing functional.
  4. Is there any trick to removing the volume knob from the JTV69? It doesn't seem to want to budge and I don't want to mess it up by pulling on it if it's not going to come loose.... Thanks for any help here. Best to all, Bradley GT
  5. I play on multiple stages, both via my church and in the day-job band. Both put me on pretty sizeable stages. Our church venue seats a little over 3,000 and the band is on the road and plays multiple larger casino rooms. I do move around during a show quite a bit and I've never had a single drop-out from either the G90 or the Shure. I have had numerous drop-outs in the G30. I have never tested the Shure to see just how far it would reach, but in all the rooms I've played with it (quite a few), there's never been a single issue. I don't use the G90 much anymore - it's in a rack with my Axe FX which I have semi-retired in favor of Helix. I feel like I could go to a show without a hard-wired (physical) back-up and not be worried about anything with the Shure. Can't say that about the G90 since the power switch is delicate and has failed more than once.
  6. I have both the G90 and G30 and have used each with my Helix rig. But - without a doubt - my favorite is my Shure GLXD 16-Z2. No close second. Not only does the system have great range, but the onboard tuner can be left on at all times when playing. Great form factor and functionality. Battery life is great and the factory lithium-ion battery can be recharged in the body pack with a standard mini-USB cable (ie non Apple phone charger). I can play two 3 hour shows in the same weekend and not recharge the body pack (although I usually do...). The G90 is "OK" but I've had the power switch fail twice. Tone is fine, just not made as well as the Shure. Range is the same. Hope this helps!!!
  7. I just picked up a second-hand JTV-69US and would like my Line 6 account equipment inventory to know it’s mine when I connect it to their software. Is there a simple way to make this ownership/registration change using the JTV interface? If not, how does this get done? Thanks in advance!
  8. Totally agreed on the QSC's. I run a pair of QSC K8.2's for backline/stage volume and LOVE what I get. FYI, I frequently use my headphone output of my Helix floor with a stereo splitter - TRS Stereo out of the Helix split to L/R mono to each of the K8.2's. This gives me independent volume control over the K8.2's vs. what I send to FOH and I get the fully-baked tone with IR's to the K8.2's. I have 2-DT25's and a Mission Gemini 2 and still think that - all things considered - the K8.2's give me the best overall stage combination of tone quality, output volume (if needed) and convenience. FYI - I do use the "Studio Mon" preset in the QSC's. And the 8.2's are SO EASY to lug in the factory totes.
  9. Phil - could you explain use cases where the Remote: Off, Remote: Preset, and Remote: Global functions might be used or useful? Apparently 2.8 shipped with "off" as the default. BTW - I ran the DT-25's at a fairly large venue show (3,000 seats) on Saturday night and was really happy with my tones. Our FOH engineer commented that he liked what he was getting from the XLR outs on the back of the DT amps. I did take my Mission Gemini 2 as a backup in case the DT's misbehaved or our engineering team didn't like what they got. But the G2 sat behind me all night plugged-into AC, but powered down. Still will run it a lot, but having the DT's is a really fun option. Thank in advance!
  10. Thank you for the explanation Phil!
  11. Would that be the case with both the scenarios above? Or, just B? Last night I plugged the helix into my in-ears mixer into the Helix and the L6 link into my DT 25’s, in stereo. And my presets sounded about like they normally do through my ears, even with the L6 link active. I was using channel A on both the amps. … More specifically, under scenario A above, when running the L6 link in stereo out to both my DT 25s, when running channel A on the amps, will I get the fully baked signal chain out of the helix XLR outs, or do I always have to go over to the amps and use those XLR else? I need to send direct outs of my complete tones to FOH console.
  12. ? So is it safe to say that: DT Amp Channel A utilizes the Preamp modeling from the Helix and the only control that works on the Amp is the Master Volume. DT Amp Channel B utilizes the Preamp in the physical DT amp and is controlled by either (1) the settings in the Helix found at output>midi>DT amp or (2) on the amp itself. Regardless of which scenario above is used, the XLR outs on the Helix unit will send the fully-baked signal chain out of the XLR's, including preamp model, amp and cab. Is this correct?
  13. GeeTah

    FRFR speaker !!!

  14. GeeTah

    FRFR speaker !!!

    Generally any stage larger than 30x20 with room capacity of 1,000 or more. Casinos are a good example. Here's an image of me and my Gemini 2 in action recently.
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