Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'accessories'.
Found 5 results
Sonic Port Lightning Connection
jon_harley_ posted a topic in Sonic Port devices / Mobile InLine 6 don't sell replacement cables or accessories. Recently my Sonic Port VX stopped working and I think -working with Line 6 Customer services -I've narrowed down the issue to the lightning port cable. I found: Sonic port VX >line6 lightning cable>ios device = No response Sonic port VX >standard mini USB out> official apple USB to lightning adaptor>ios device = message on apple device saying "accessory requires too much power" Sonic port VX> standard mini USB out> powered USB hub connection> official apple USB to lightning adaptor>ios device = everything works... but this is not a convenient and portable solution. Sonic port VX> standard mini USB out> windows computer = works fine So whilst I can use Sonic port VX> standard mini USB out> powered USB hub connection> official apple USB to lightning adaptor>ios device, to get it to work -the whole thing is no longer mobile, losing one of the main elements that attracted me to device in the first place. Customer services say they can't sell me the lead, and have only 1 supplier in the UK I can use Sontec. Sontec told me a replacement cable is £56.81 -and it's Line6's fault. This is nearly same price as a brand new sonic port (which you can buy new for £63). If anyone has a spare they'd be willing to part with let me know! Otherwise I suppose I'll have to buy 2nd hand sonic port from ebay or something in hope the cable works...
expression pedal External expression/trigger pedalSo I decided I need to make a external pedal for the Helix so I can change settings or enable effects without being right in front of the Helix. Needed for bigger stages or stages with banks. Parts I used for this project 10k ohm linear potentiometer 10k ohm resistor 3PDT Switch Mini MTS-102 SPDT ON-ON switch Adafruit Perma-Proto Quarter-sized Breadboard Boss TU-2 cassis Jack inputs from the Boss TU-2 LED diode 470 ohm resistor for LED diode Wires Metal sheets for faceplate I started out with the cassis from an old Boss TU-2 that I mended a new faceplate for and sanded down to the metal. Having basic skills with soldering and electronics I decided to buy a finished breadboard to make things easier for me.Went with the Adafruit Perma Proto. Here is the schematic for the wiring. I used a 10k potentiometer and a 10k resistor with a two way selector switch to select if I want to use the potentiometer or the resistor. Basically making the pedal variable or 100% expression in the Helix. There is also a simple LED diode circuit connected to the 3PDT switch. I removed the old momentary switch from the Boss TU-2 pedal and replaced it with a 3PDT switch using the plastic washers from the 3PDT switch. Using some metal sheets from an old computer chassis I made a new faceplate for the Boss TU-2 chassis. Drilled seven holes in it for LED, pot, switch and mounting screws. Since this is the first prototype the wires are not cut to length and the breadboard isn't mounted to the chassis. (Sorry for the mess) Using the switch I can now change this pedal between being a type of expression pedal and being 0/100% expression pedal. The Helix sometimes glitches a bit while changing between the two modes making the potentiometer stop at everything between 60% and 90%. Taking the jack out and plugging it back in again fixes that bug. All in all I think it turned out great! Link to album with photos from this post https://imgur.com/a/yQoIikU
Version franÃ§aise. Deutsche Version. Every James Tyler Variax guitar includes the following accessories: One Workbench interface One USB cable One Category 5 Variax Digital Interface cable One Allen wrench tool set One battery (*US made JTV guitars are shipped with 2 batteries) One battery charger One battery charger power supply w/ international adapters Allen wrench sizes: (for JTV 89) 1 -“ 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1 -“ 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 -“ 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 -“ 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 5/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 -“ 0.050", for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 1.5mm, for tremolo set screw [even though the 89 is a set bridge] 3/32 and 5/32 are common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for JTV 89F) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-89F (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for Locking nut and bridge string locks 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits ==================================================================================== (for JTV 59 and 69) 1 - 1.5mm hex, for tremolo set screw adjust on the JTV-69 series 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust JTV-69 (relief) 1 - 4mm hex short arm, for truss rod adjust JTV-59 (relief) 1 - 5/64" hex, for individual piezo level intonation adjust (intonation) 1 - 7/64" hex, for bridge post adjust (action) 1 - 3/32" hex, common generic tool in most guitar tool kits 1 - 0.050" hex, for bridge set screw horizontal overall Bridge intonation adjust (intonation) 3/32 is a common generic tool in most guitar tool kits that use linear, rather than metric parts. ==================================================================================== (for the Variax Standard) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 1.5mm or 1.25mm hex (for earlier units), piezo saddle height adjust (action) ==================================================================================== (for the Shuriken) 1 - 4mm hex, for truss rod adjust (relief) 1- 0.050 inch hex, piezo saddle height adjust (action) If any of these items are missing from your new JTV purchase, feel free to submit a support ticket at line6.com/support. We will route your request to our Parts department for fulfillment. Les Ã©lÃ©ments suivants sont inclus avec tous les guitares James Tyler Variax : Lâ€™interface Workbench. Un cÃ¢ble USB. Un cÃ¢ble Cat 5 Variax Digital Interface. Un ensemble dâ€™utiles Allen. Une batterie (les guitares de la sÃ©rie US ont 2 batteries). Un chargeur de batterie. Une alimentation pour le chargeur de batterie. Avec des adaptateurs internationales. Toutes les clÃ©s Allen : 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Si un de ces Ã©lÃ©ments manque, n'hÃ©sitez pas Ã soumettre un ticket de support sous : www.fr.line6.com/support Alle James Tyler Variax Gitarren beinhalten folgendes ZubehÃ¶r: Die Workbench Interface. Ein USB Kabel. Ein Cat5 Varaix Digital Interface Kabel. Ein Set InbusschlÃ¼ssel. Eine Batterie (im Falle der US Serie sind 2 Batterien enthalten) Ein BatterieladegerÃ¤t. Ein Netzteil fÃ¼r das BatterieladegerÃ¤t. InbusschlÃ¼sselgrÃ¶ÃŸen: 1x 1,5mm 1x 4mm 1x 2mm 1x 2,8mm 1x 2,4mm 1x 1,3mm Sollte eines dieser Teile fehlen kÃ¶nnen Sie jederzeit ein Supportticket auf www.de.line6.com/support erstellen.
Gig Bag for the AMPLIFi TT?Has anybody found a well padded gig bag that will securely hold the TT, power supply, cords, and possibly (decent) headphones? If so - please provide a link. Thanks!
line 6 adapter real or fake
dhawalshah posted a topic in Line 6 LoungeHi I have recently bought a line 6 power adapter from a local dealer in India. how can i be sure if its an original piece. thanks