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  1. Forgive my ignorance, but I picked up a used Variax 300 recently. It was my understanding that you could set it up with different synthesized tunings, but the standard "Pilot's Guide" doesn't mention this. Am I wrong? Is there an "advanced user" manual that describes how to access extra features?
  2. You can download it here: http://line6.com/data/6/0a020a3f991d5a1de0bc033cb/application/pdf/HX%20Edit%20Pilot's%20Guide%20-%20English%20.pdf (...don't know how long it's already available ;) ...)
  3. I bought a Line 6 Moto Pod 2.0 on eBay. It did not come with a manual. I've searched all over and can only find a manual for a regular pod 2.0. Does anyone have a file or picture of the actual manual for the "Moto Pod 2.0"?
  4. If I hit the manual button, I have nothing. I turned all knobs, even volume and master volume to max and still nothing. I thought "maybe I have to save to a preset", so I tried to do that. Still nothing. Just silence when I select that preset. What am I doing wrong? Recap: I have no sound when going to manual button or trying to save any settings while in manual setting.
  5. So... I bought the Spider V 120 a few days ago, and I've been creating some tones using the iOS Spider Edit app. Except for the fact that I keep losing contact with the amp (I think because the thunderbolt input on my iPhone 6 is flaky), I've managed to tweak a few tones to my liking. My question is: why doesn't Line 6 at least have a FAQ on how to use the Spider Edit app? (Or have I just been unable to find it?). It took me three days to stumble upon how to assign an expression pedal to a specific parameter (in case you don't know: by tapping twice on the parameter). I still don't know exactly where my tones are being stored (on the phone? in the cloud?). Nor do I know, except by trial and error, which stages of processing can be manually dragged to other other positions in the signal chain. I understand why Line 6 might have decided that it was just too much trouble to support both mobile device apps and Mac/PC apps, but is it really that much trouble to create a simple user guide for the mobile app? Is Line 6 really that financially stressed?
  6. TYancy

    Helix - the missing manual

    The Helix manual contains some information about receiving MIDI plus the list of CCs and whatever. What it does not cover is how to program the Helix to set up MIDI for controlling other devices. There are all sorts of features and controls that are not even mentioned in the manual. People who are into MIDI in a very big way are used to building elaborate and complex systems that, once the fiddly work is done, are easy to use and make a huge impression on the audience. We are eager to incorporate the Helix in to our setups - taking it from being a cool and fancy FX device to the level of being a key part of the MIDI system. I saw a YouTube video about how use the Helix to switch channels in a lunchbox amp, but I haven't found much more. If there is someone out there (preferably a techie from Line 6) who could put together a couple of pages on this, I am certain that most of us could make good use of it and would be most appreciative.
  7. Erojiji

    POD HD 300 Manual

    Hi , I just got a second hand POD HD300 but without the user manuals, and I can't find it on the download section. Where can I get it? :huh: Thx
  8. Tmidiman

    Amplifi model gallery

    Is there an Amplifi model gallery that explains in detail what amps and effects are in Amplifi? Thanks, T
  9. For anyone like myself who did not realize there is a "Rev. D" version of the Helix manual out now, here is the link: http://line6.com/data/6/0a06439c975d5787c3e351aa0/application/pdf/Helix%202.0%20Owners%20Manual%20-%20Rev%20D%20-%20English%20.pdf
  10. creativepeace

    Operators manual for POD HD Pro X Edit

    does a link exist for a POD HD Pro X Edit software operators manual? Thanks, ttrenchj
  11. Was this just me? Or does the user manaul not come with the Line 6 Helix? I went through the brand new, sealed up box 10 times, and no user manaul. Do they expect us to always download one now? If so, that's kinda cheap for a $1,500 price tag. I have to assume this was a glitch?
  12. ringmany

    Creating amp settings for songs?

    Hi everyone, I purchased the Line 6 Amplifi a couple months ago and it's been quite enjoyable. I've just started playing guitar so I find the pre-set tones that users have created to be very helpful as a beginner as I don't know the amp settings for a lot of songs. My main problem is that a lot of songs I want to play don't have tones already created or haven't been made by the community yet. Or they are quite low rating. So my question is, how do I create my own amp settings for songs I want to play? As I'm a beginner, I'm very unfamiliar with creating amp settings as I don't know is needed and it's hard for me to replicate a sound by ear. I'm a big fan of Muse and I want to play some of their songs such as: Supermassive black hole Stockholm Syndrome Showbiz New Born And various others. Some of these don't have any tones created and others have low ratings so I'm wondering how I can create my own? The manual isn't brilliant for this amp so I'm uncertain whether I can download a tone from online. Does anyone have any suggestions on how a beginner can create their own tones for songs? Thank you.
  13. I'm printing up the manual and cheat sheet for the Helix (c'mon....27th). I'm a documentation junkie with a serious highlighter addiction. My understanding (as read from other threads) is that the interface for specific amps and stomp boxes are modeled on the interface for the originals. In another thread I suggested that we compile a list of links for the original stomps, amps, etc., that are modeled in the Helix. Here is what I have so far. Please note that Line 6 originals are not part of this list. I've done my level best finding actual source content. I've included notes where I felt they were needed. Feel free to jump on correcting anything or adding items. If any of the L6 guys happen to feel the love, I'm number 40 in line at MF, my Gear Head is Tom at 3077, and I would LOVE to be bumped up on that list. :P Distortion Models Minotaur: Klon Centaur https://aionelectronics.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/aion-refractor-centaur-documentation.pdf Compulsive Drive: Fulltone OCD http://www.fulltone.com/sites/default/files/documents/fulltone-ocd-user-manual.pdf Valve Driver: Chandler Tube Driver http://files.effectsdatabase.com/docs/files/chandler_tubedriver_manual.pdf Top Secret OD: DOD OD-250 (note: Not much here) http://dod.com/en-US/products/overdrive-preamp-250-2013#documentation Scream 808: Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/manual/effects/TS808.pdf Hedgehog D9: MAXON SD9 Sonic Distortion http://www.maxonfx.com/nine-series-effects-pedals/sd-9-sonic-distortion Vermin Disto: Pro Co Rat http://ratdistortion.com/pdf/RAT2_Sheet.pdf Arbitrator Fuzz: Arbiter FuzzFace http://www.jimdunlop.com/files/manuals/JDF2FuzzFaceDistortionManual.pdf Triangle Fuzz: Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi http://www.ehx.com/assets/instructions/big-muff-pi.pdf Industrial Fuzz: Z.Vex Fuzz Factory (note: I’m not sure this is the correct one, but it is the only one I could find) http://music.codydeschenes.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/ZVex-Fuzz-Factory-Instructions.jpg Tycoctavia Fuzz: Tycobrahe Ocatavia (note: This link is for a replica. Best I could find. If somebody can find a link to the actual original, please provide) http://www.generalguitargadgets.com/pdf/ggg_toct_instruct.pdf Megaphone: Megaphone (note: I’m presuming they are talking about the Voicetone X1. If not, somebody please correct) http://www.tc-helicon.com/en/products/voicetone-x1/support/ DYNAMICS MODELS Red Squeeze: MXR Dyna Comp http://www.jimdunlop.com/files/manuals/M102DynaCompManual.pdf LA Studio Comp: Teletronix LA-2A https://media.uaudio.com/assetlibrary/l/a/la-2a_manual.pdf and http://lcweb2.loc.gov/master/mbrs/recording_preservation/manuals/Teletronix%20Model%20LA-2A%20Leveling%20Amplifier.pdf EQ MODELS 10 Band Graphic EQ: MXR Ten Band Graphic EQ http://www.jimdunlop.com/files/manuals/M108_man_web.pdf MODULATION MODELS Optical Trem: Fender Optical Tremolo Circuit (note: This is for a feature, so here is a link to an article on the circuit) http://www.clarkhuckaby.com/NewVibe/CloseLookVibe.html 60’s Bias Trem: Vox AC-15 Tremolo (note: This is for a feature, so here is a link to the amp) http://www.voxamps.com/uploads/SupportPage_Downloads/AC30C2_X_AC15C2_OM_EFGS2.pdf Script Mod Phase: MXR Phase 90 http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/m101-phase-90 (note: It is a flashed-base site so you need to click on the "manual" tab Ubiquitous Vibe: Shin-ei Uni-Vibe https://reverb.com/item/151037-nos-1969-shin-ei-uni-vibe-in-box-with-control-pedal-collector-alert-jimi-lives (note: I have not been able to find an actual scan of the manual. This is a site which offers one unit for sale and includes a picture of the manual's text seventh picture from left) Gray Flanger: MXR 117 Flanger http://www.jimdunlop.com/files/manuals/M117_man_WEB.pdf Harmonic Flanger: A/DA Flanger http://www.adaamps.com/Media/Original%20FLNGMAN.pdf Courtesan Flange: Electro-Harmonix Deluxe EM http://www.ehx.com/assets/instructions/deluxe-electric-mistress.pdf 70's Chorus: BOSS CE-1 http://www.tonehome.de/boss-effects/ce-1-chorus-ens/ (note: Click on Manual and/or schematics link to DL pdf) Trinity Chorus: DyTronics Tri-Stereo Chorus http://www.italodeangelis.com/public/contents/eventide_and_other_stuff/eventide/DynoMyPiano/DynoMyPiano.pdf (note: I believe this is the correct one to that which they modeled)
  14. Hi! I recently get a Spider iv of 75 watts. I was so excited about it, but then i start with trouble. I was playing...testing the presets and making mine but suddenly I realized that the volume was too high in some of them, I didnt want to change the master volumen every time I change my channel...so I start reading the manual and I start changing my channel volume....I was doing fine, until I try to change the channel volumen of one of my presets. An example Drive Bass Mid Treb Channel Vol. 7 6 4 8 3 (On the display and knobs) This is how i safe my preset Then I move chanel volumen becouse it was a little bit down so it end like this... Drive Bass Mid Treb Channel Vol. 7 6 4 8 5 (On the display and knobs) BUT!!! the volumen just went all the way down.... so I needed to turn the channel volume all the way up just to get a lower sound than the initial one. What am I doing wrong?
  15. Hi, New to playing through devices other than my tube amplifiers and possibly technology challenged... I have the Mobile POD App on my iPad Air and am using it with Sonic Port. The app comes up fine and I do get sound from it, albeit somewhat more noise and distortion in the output than I desire but have managed that through level adjustment. I have been looking for a manual/pilot guide for the app and find absolutely no support for the product. I am trying to get a handle on the signal chain and level management. My understanding of the signal chain is: The instrument input signal goes into a bank of 4 available effects slots for pre-amplification signal processing. Signal then goes into: NO AMP TUBE PREAMP A modeled amplifier Signal then goes into: NO CABINET A modeled cabinet Does the app have AIR settings ? Signal then goes into a bank of 4 available post amplification or post speaker output effects slots. Output signal is routed to Sonic Port for direction to: Backline amplifier Mixing console Headphone or ear buds. The input signal is shown through a stereo level meter (lower left side of screen) and the output signal is shown in a stereo level meter with a trim pot slider (lower right side of screen). With the above stated understanding of the app I am able to do some things with Sonic Port and probably will be able to figure out how to use it effectively. However, it would be great if someone could point me to some documentation on how to use the app and Sonic Port based on specification. I am disappointed by the apparent oversight of Line6 to provide documentation of it's app. Thanks,
  16. Pardon me for an elementary question. Newly purchased Spider IV. Presets work great. When I attempt to set a channel manually to distortion, such as "Metal", Drive maxed out, I get very little if any distortion. I watched video on Line 6 website to set amp to get a "Van Halen" sound. Followed settings as shown and still get not much in the way of distortion. What am I doing wrong?
  17. Here is the user's guide found in the Help section of the Variax Workbench software. Please click on each image to view the instructions: Workbench Setup Workbench Tonelocker Workbench Editor Pt. 1 Workbench Editor Pt. 2 For further information on using the Variax Workbench software, please check out the following Variax Workbench FAQ's.
  18. For Spider Jam users having difficulty accessing our Product Manuals page: http://line6.com/support/manuals/spiderjam Here are the direct links to the manuals: 1. Spider Jam Pilot's Guide 2. Spider Jam Advanced User's Guide In case those don't work out for you, we've attached the Pilot's Guide as a .pdf file to this FAQ Document. Spider Jam Pilot's Guide - English ( Rev I ).pdf (915.90 KB) Spider Jam Benutzerhandbücher: http://de.line6.com/support/manuals/spiderjam Und hier die direkten Links zu den Handbüchern: Spider Jam Benutzerhandbuch . Spider Jam Advanced User's Guide (Achtung, nur in Englisch verfügbar.) Falls diese Links bei Ihnen nicht funktionieren, hier ist das normale Benutzerhandbuch als Anhang: Spider Jam Pilot's Guide - German ( Rev F ).pdf (752.13 kb) Modes d'emploi: Spider Jam: http://fr.line6.com/support/manuals/spiderjam Et voici les liens directes: Mode d'emploi Spider Jam . Spider Jam Advanced User's Guide (Attention, ce document est seulement disponible en anglais.) Si ces liens ne fonctionnent pas pour vous, nous avons attachés le mode d'emploi directement comme fichier PDF: Spider Jam Pilot's Guide - French ( Rev F ).pdf (786.96 ko)
  19. Q: How do I turn on/off the Flextone's Noise Gate? A: On the original Flextone, just hold down the Tap Tempo button and rotate the Effects Select knob to Bypass to turn it off, or anything other than Bypass to turn it on. In firmware versions earlier than 1.4, the noise gate defaults to ON, 1.4 or later defaults to noise gate OFF. On the Flextone II, hold the tap tempo button and turn the REVERB button past 12 o'clock to turn the noise gate on, below 12 o'clock to turn it off.Q: Q: When I'm using the Flextone with the controller, why can't I turn on (insert effect name here)? A: Because the Flextone doesn't have as much raw processing power as the Vetta, it cannot run all of the different effects at the same time. You're limited to only one of the selections on the Effect Select knob per patch (Reverb is always available, though). If a patch is saved with, say, Delay/Flange 1 enabled, there's no way you can turn on a Rotary Speaker effect in that patch. You can, however, create an adjacent patch that is identical, except for the effects selection. Q: Do I need the Line6 Floor Board (Flextone I and II) or FBV controller (Flextone III) to access the 36 channels of the Flextone Series? A: Yes. The Line 6 controller will not only enable you to access all of the banks and channels in your Flextone amplifier, but the controller will also give you the ability to turn individual effects off and on, access the tuner and tap tempo functions, and includes a wah and volume pedal. Q: How do I find out the software version of my Flextone? A: In order to find out the software version of your Flextone, simply hold down the "C" button while you turn the amp on. If you continue to hold the "C" button down, you will notice that the "D" button will blink once or twice and then the "SAVE" button will blink a number of times. The number of times the "D" button blinks indicates the release number and the number of times the "SAVE" button blinks indicates the sub-release. For example, if the "D" button blinks once and the "SAVE" button blinks four times, this indicates software version 1.4. Q: How do I find out the stored settings in a particular Flextone Patch? A: To find out the stored settings in any given Flextone program, hold down the SAVE button while turning a knob. The Manual button will light until you reach the knobs stored setting, at which time the Manual light will turn off and the location of the knob will reflect it's stored setting. Hold down SAVE and TAP to view the secondary settings. Q: Can I download tones to my Flextone? A: If your amp is an original Flextone series, then Line 6 Edit software will not work, as there is no MIDI on these models. If it's a Flextone II or III series, you're in luck. You'll need a Mac or PC computer with a MIDI interface capable of handling large MIDI transfers. You can then download the tones from www.customtone.com to the amp, via the free Line 6 Edit software. Q: Will my Flextone II/III plus power a 4x12 cabinet? If so, about how many watts would this be? A:It's fine to connect a 4x12 cabinet to the Flextone II/III Plus, make sure the cab is set to "8 ohm mono ( Left only )" to protect your Flextone plus. The total watts connected in the manner will be about 50 watts per side 100 watts total. You can also use a Power amp and external cab with the Flextone II/III Plus by connecting from the XLR left mono line out to the power amp and on to the speaker cab. Q: What are the differences between Flextone models? A: The main differences between the Flextone, Flextone Plus and, Flextone XL lie mainly in the amplifiers' speaker configurations and wattage. The Classic Flextone comes with one 12 inch Celestion speaker along with one 75 watt amp to power it. The Flextone Plus also comes with one 12 inch Celestion speaker but has two 75 watt amps, one to power the existing speaker and one to power an extension cabinet through the Flextone's cabinet extension jack. Alone the amp will run at 75 watts. However, with the extension cabinet, the amp will run at 150 watts. The Flextone XL comes complete with two 12 inch Celestion speakers and two 75 watt power amps that put out a combined 150 watts of power. The original Flextone HD has two channels of 150 watts each into a 4 ohm load and 100 watts into 8 ohms, but lower impedance loads should be avoided . The amplifier will drive a 16 ohm load, but will not be as loud as if it were driving an 8 ohm load. The Flextone II HD is 100 watts per side at 4, 8, or 16 (switchable) ohms. The software within the Flextones are basically the same in each model as well as each generation. The main change is with the tones. At Line 6, we try to recreate as close as possible, the tone we are modeling to the original amp. As the modeling software for the POD and POD XT has become more accurate, these same characteristics have been passed along to our series of Flextone amps. As well as tonal changes, we've also added some new modeling in the newer versions of the software. The original Flextone comes stock with 16 amp models while the Flextone II and III families come with 32. The Flextone II also has 36 user presets instead of 12, 15 mix and match Cabinet Models, MIDI In and Out and most knobs have a secondary function. Plus, the Flextone II Plus, XL and HD feature external speaker outs and XLR outputs that can be used to connect the amp directly to a mixer. See your user manual for more information. Q: Can I use a MIDI controller with my Flextone amp? A: The Flextone will respond to MIDI Program Change and MIDI Sysex messages when used with an external MIDI controller. For more details on how MIDI functions with your Flextone download the user manual. Q: What upgrades are available for my Flextone amplifier? A: Unfortunately, for Flextone I, II and II HD owners, Line 6 no longer has or produces EPROM upgrade chips. For Flextone III users, certain Flash Memory updates can be made via our Line 6 Monkey software with your computer through a USB to MIDI interface. After updating to 1.1, you may see different behavior in the effects on some Flextone III amps. Why only some? Flextone III had a minor change to its OTP (one time programmable) BIOS chip after several months in production (from version 1.00 to version 1.02. Nobody knows what happened to 1.01, and nobody likes to talk about it). This change affected the way some of the effects controls respond when an effect is loaded. None of the functionality was lost, and patches that you've stored are not changed. Flex III's behavior on recalling stored channels has not changed at all. How can I tell if my amp is going to change behavior or not? If you power up holding down the 'B' channel select button, the LED on the 'B' button will blink to indicate the major revision (in this case, it will blink once) and the LED on the 'D' button will blink to indicate the sub-release (in this case either it will blink twice or it won't blink at all). If this indicates that you have 1.00, your amp's behavior will not change from what it has been. If it indicates 1.02, it will change be as follows: The only change that you should see is that, on the affected (1.02 OTP) amps, when you first select an effect from edit mode (in other words, when you're first editing channel settings), its setting will reflect the current knob position, rather than an arbitrary default, and on two of the effects. You will also notice that the Tweak and 2nd Function controls are not reversed for the Chorus and Flanger effects. The changed control functions become Depth and Rate (Speed) instead of the previous Speed (Rate) and Depth/Feedback.
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