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thorneven last won the day on November 10 2018

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  1. This must be somewhere in this forum but damned if I can find it... How does one update the G10 transmitter firmware? I've got mine plugged into USB, tried USB version 2 and 3 ports, and Line6 Updater nor Monkey recognizes the device. I'm using the 1/4" USB cable to plug into Windows 10 PC. I have the receiver base but don't see any USB port so I assume I can't use the receiver to update the firmware. Thanks, Thorne UPDATE: Never mind. I see the receiver power cable is a USB cable. I'm ok now.
  2. By any chance does the frequency of the clicking relate to the speed of the TAP control? If the TAP light is blinking, it may be that EMI from the TAP circuit is bleeding through to the amp circuitry. I wouldn't think so, but it is technically possible. If you can, turn the TAP light off and see if the clicking stops. Thorne
  3. It's more ANGLE-adjustable than height-adjustable, but I use this one: In order to adjust to a consistent angle at each gig, I scraped off a small amount of the black metal coating on both posi-lok adjustment gears. Thorne PS - Surely you've googled stands, but I found this one that is height-adjustable:
  4. You say "never dropped below 123V." But a power fluctuation above 123V would cause the symptoms you cite. Are other devices hooked up to that power cable also experiencing these losses?
  5. Don't you have an LCD meter on the pedal that shows when a note is flat or sharp? What model pedal are you using?
  6. Contact Line6. Of course they'll help you best they can. At least they can tell you where to get a replacement if one exists.
  7. Everything can be accessed via the amp controls. Have you consulted the manual? It would go something like this... Press the FX button, use the rotary knob to access the WAH effect category, press FX again to get a list of effects, use the rotary knob again to dial in the WAH effect parameters. When done, save the changes you made and press HOME to exit. I think WAH has its own category. Thorne
  8. For playing at home the 120 is more than enough. I rarely have it past 10'oclock. Lately I've been using my volume knobs on the guitar to switch between rhythm and lead volumes and wow, I'm into it !
  9. If you'll explain what state your amp is in (what is displayed on the amp and LCD screen) when you save settings and where you are adjusting the volume that isn't being saved, maybe we can help you better. Thorne
  10. How about it, canastoda? Some audio files would be nice so we can hear the differences. Thorne
  11. Have you looked here? Or check out my attachment: Spider V Effects List.odt
  12. Yes, I was able to get the Longboard to work, but not all Spider functions can be controlled as with the LIne6 pedal meant for the Spider. If memory serves, you can change banks (UP and DOWN buttons), but you'll have to do trial and error to see which buttons affect which functions as I forget. I finally bought the FB3 pedal so I could control more features. Thorne PS - I just found my notes on this... Longboard buttons you can use are: stomp box 1 (pedal button) --> (controls on Spider V) FX1 on/off (yellow, distortion/comp) modulation --> FX2 (blue) delay --> FX3 (green) amp1 --> looper on (1st press)/overdub (2nd press) amp2 --> looper off FX Loop --> compressor Reverb --> reverb Couldn't find any pedal buttons that control pitch/synth (purple)
  13. It's done in the PC app, not the mobile app. If memory serves, it's File > Backup, or something > Backup. Thorne
  14. There are 2 XLR outs because there are stereo effects and you can program presets to have 2 amps (I think, without looking). But if you don't use the stereo effects (for example, you use only 1 amp model), one side is marked "mono" and you would use only that one XLR out. If you have the Spider V 240, that's a stereo amp with 2 speakers, so you have left and right channels and hence left and right XLR outs.
  15. What is "dimed" ?
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