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  1. I wouldn't mind having less DSP as long as we have some kind of information about the DSP usage percentage, and maybe the percentage of DSP every effect uses. Even if that information is only available when the HD edit is open. All in all it would be an extra tool for tone shaping, and damn if Pod users don't find ways to squeeze every last drop of tone in creative ways (see setting input 2 as mic or variax, etc). On the general subject of improving the internal cabinet usability , I'm going to repeat 2 of the suggestions an older user by the name of Meambobbo had put to the table: The ability to use a single amp with 2 cabinet emulations The ability to introduce a custom delay to the signal in order to phase correct the cabinets. Ideally that would be calculated and applied automatically for each pair of amp and cabinet when using dual amp mode, as well as when seperate effects are applied to each chain. A bit more realistic perhaps for it to be automatic in case single amp-dual cab mode is introduced. Given that the processing power of the HD series is limited, I believe the above suggestions pose the best alternative that doesn't cripple the amount of effects that can be used in a patch. In order to make it more marketable a bit more sweat would be necessary by the engineering department for automatic signal delays to be applied, but I'd gladly pay for it.
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