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  1. Folks, here are a couple of videos to introduce you to Workbench HD: Introduction to Workbench HD Software for Variax Guitars Introduction to Workbench HD software for Variax Guitars (en Espanol)
  2. nicman

    HD500 questions

    Alright so Ive had my 500 for a while and I hear so many recordings that sound great with it. Now Im pretty good with equalizing and balancing the lows, mids, and highs. The thing is though, I can't make a great sound like those in the recordings, I mean I've tweaked but its so far out there I know there isn't going to be some magic spot where it comes alive. Point is it sounds like a solid-state not even tube like which I hear in many other videos. Ive even downloaded the tones that I thought were amazing from custom tone and still sounds like a transistor! So is it in the mixing of the recording? If so then how do they have such a realistic live sound? if you can create a great sound with this, whether you know how you came up with it or not I just ask for every little detail you use when making the tone the recording or playing live, thanks.
  3. So i run my Pod HD Pro into a Mesa 50/50 power amp and a 4x12 V30/G12T75 Cab. On my pod, i run in stack pwr amp mode with the cab modeling off. When setting my tones up, i've always felt like i get a better tone using the full models (power amp included) vs preamp only models, but i have not tried the pre-only models yet in a band setting. Once i get to practice, i'm always wanting to test my latest tweaks to my usual full amp model patches - and i never really tweak at the gig. GRanted, i really feel like i'm getting some great, realistic tones from the full models, but i'm always looking to improve my tone. I realize in theory the "pre-only" models make more sense with my setup, but i'm going by my ears. So my question for those using the pod live with a power amp and cab - do you use the full models or preamp only models. Would love to hear some other folks' experience on this and what you think of each. Thanks!
  4. I just recently updated my Spider IV 150 to current specs and am exploring the new Gain effects. One thing that has always bothered me with modeling amps is the slight delay when switching amp models or channels (from A to B etc.) It occurred to me that with the new Gain effects, you don't have to switch channels to switch to your dirty sound. It's almost like the difference between switching channels and stepping on a distortion pedal (which I assume is what Line 6 was going for). My only issue is that the Gain stomps just don't quite have the same feeling as the amp models with drive cranked up. I've found that Tube Driver gets pretty close for a good rock to metal sounds, when compared to the cranked Class A Red or Insane Red. The Screamer is nice too but, I don't know how to describe it... I suppose what I kept running into is two conflicting EQs between the amp model and the stomp model (which just took time to find a good balance or just pick a new FX1 option) and a difference in output level, the cleans always seem to be more full and a little louder then when I kick in the Stomp effect. In the end I guess what I'm asking is if other people run into this to, how they deal with it, how they use the Gain effects, if anybody has some tips how to apply those effects along with channel volume, gain, drive etc. and lastly do people prefer to switch from A to B for clean/dirty or use the effects? Thanks!!!!
  5. Why not open up the HD model software so that users can create their own guitars, bodies, pickups... In short Workbench on steroids. I hear the griping about Strats 1.9 and 2.0 - why not model EXACTLY the sound you want ? :-) I understand if there is IP Line 6 wants to protect - but surely "open sourcing" the HD models would be a great thing! I am sure most users wouldn't want to go to the level of sampling guitar waveforms and tweaking fft parameters - but enough might!
  6. When using a James Tyler Variax Guitar with a PODxt Live, POD X3 Live, or X3 Pro, the POD presets will not recall Variax models as originally saved with a Variax 300, 500, 600, or 700 electric guitars.? You would need to re-save your presets with the desired model with the James Tyler Variax plugged in. When attempting to set the Variax model with a JTV guitar using a POD X3 Live/Pro and GearBox 3.72 software, you will experience a condition where the "Don't Force Model" message appears and will not allow for you to save Variax Model associations to your X3 Live/Pro patch. The current workaround is to save JTV model associations manually (without GearBox open) after you've performed any GearBox-related patch edits/organization. This behavior does not exist with POD HD500 via HD500 Edit; only with the older X3 Live/Pro (GearBox) editing scheme. We apologize for the inconvenience to JTV and X3 Live/Pro owners wishing to use the software editing aspect for Variax model-X3Live/Pro patch associations at this time. Deutsch: Die Nutzung einer James Tyler Variax mit PODxt/X3 Live und X3 Pro. Wenn Sie eine James Tyler Variax Gitarre mit PODxt Live, POD X3 Live oder X3 Pro benutzen, dann werden die POD Presets nicht als Variax Modelle erkannt, welche Sie mit einer Variax 300, 500, 600 oder 700 abgespeichert haben. Zur Lösung müssen Sie die Presets neu abspeichern, während die Gitarre eingesteckt ist. Wenn Sie versuchen das Variax Modell einzustellen auf einem POD X3 Live/Pro und GearBox 3.72, erhalten Sie die Meldung "Don't Force Model", welche es Ihnen nicht mehr erlaubt Ihr Variax Modell-Einstellungen auf das X3 Live/Pro Patch abzuspeichern. Zur Zeit sieht die Problemlösung so aus: Sie müssen die Einstellungen manuell abspeichern (GearBox darf nicht geöffnet sein.) nachdem Sie GearBox jegliche GearBox Patch-Änderungen durchgeführt haben. Dieses Problem exisitiert jedoch nicht bei POD HD500 via HD500 Edit sonder nur mit der älteren X3 Live/Pro GearBox Software. Wir entschuldigen uns hiermit für mögliche Unannehmlichkeiten die bei Nutzern von JTV und X3 Live/Pro entstehen können, die den Software Editing Aspekt benutzten wollen. Français L'utilisation d'une James Tyler Variax avec PODxt/X3 Live et X3 Pro Sie vous utilisez une guitare James tyler Variax avec PODxt Live, POD X3 Live ou X3 Pro, les presets POD ne reconaissent les modèles Variax pas comme enregistré avec une Variax 300, 500, 600 ou 700. Pour resoudre ce problème, vous devez reenregistrer les presets pedant que la guitare JTV est connecté. Si vous éssayez de mettre le modèle Variax avec une JTV en utilisant le POD X3 Live/Pro et le logiciel GearBox 3.72, vous rencontrez le message "Don't Force Model" et vous ne pouvez pas enregistrer les reglages des modèles Variax sur votre patch X3 Live/Pro. La solution: Enregistrez les reglages séparément et manuellement après vous avez faits les éditions des patch GearBox. Cet erreur n'existe pas pour le POD HD500 via HD500 Edit mais seulement avec les X3 Live/Pro. Nous nous excusons pour les inconvénients des utilisateurs JTV et X3 Live/Pro qui veulent utiliser l'aspect d'édition des patch Variax avec X3 Live/Pro.
  7. GUITAR AMPS 1. Line 6 Agro 2. Line 6 Bayou 3. Line 6 Big Bottom 4. Line 6 Boutique #1 5. Line 6 Chemical X 6. Line 6 Chunk Chunk 7. Line 6 Class A 8. Line 6 Clean 9. Line 6 Crunch 10. Line 6 Fuzz 11. Line 6 Insane 12. Line 6 JTS-45 13. Line 6 Lunatic 14. Line 6 Modern Hi Gain 15. Line 6 Mood 16. Line 6 Octave 17. Line 6 Piezacoustic 2 18. Line 6 Purge 19. Line 6 Smash 20. Line 6 Sparkle 21. Line 6 Sparkle Clean 22. Line 6 Spinal Puppet 23. Line 6 Surfer Clean 24. Line 6 Surfer Sparkle 25. Line 6 Throttle 26. Line 6 Treadplate 27. Line 6 Tube Preamp 28. Line 6 Line 6 Twain 29. Line 6 Variax Acoustic 30. 2002 Angel P-Ball 31. 1964 Blackface ?Lux 32. 1963 Blackface Vibro 33. 2002 Bomber Uber 34. Bomber X-TC 35. 1968 Brit Plexi Bass 100 36. Brit Gain 18 37. 2003 Brit Gain J-2000 38. J-2000 #2 39. 1990 Brit J-800 40. 1992 Brit J900 CLN 41. 1992 Brit J900 DIST 42. 1996 Brit JM Pre 43. 1969 Brit Plexi Lead 200 44. 1967 Brit Gain SLVR J 45. 1985 Cali Crunch 46. Citrus D-30 47. 1960 Class A-15 48. Class A-30 Fawn 49. 1967 Classic A30 Top Boost 50. 2003 Connor 50 51. 2002 Criminal 52. 2003 Deity Crunch 53. 2003 Deity Lead 54. 2003 Deity?s Son 55. 2001 Diamond Plate 56. 1967 Double Show 57. 1965 Double Verb 58. 1960 Gibtone Expo 59. 1973 Highway 100 60. 1987 Jazz Clean 61. 1996 Match Chief 62. 1993 Match D-30 63. 1996 Mini Double 64. 1965 Plexi 45 65. 1968 Plexi Jump Lead 66. 1968 Plexi Jump Lead 100 67. 1968 Plexi Variac?D 68. 1967 Silver Twelve 69. 1972 Silverface Bass 70. 1953 Small Tweed 71. 1993 Solo 100 Head 72. 1960s Super O 73. 1962 Super O Thunder 74. 1960 Tiny Tweed 75. 2001 Treadplate Cual 76. 1958 Tweed B-man 77. 1960 Two-Tone 78. 2001 Zen Master 79. NO AMP GUITAR CABS 1x6 60s Super O 1x8 Tiny Tweed 1x10 '59 Gibtone 1x10 '60 G-Brand 1x12 01 Line6 1x12 '53 Small Tweed 1x12 '64 Blackface Vibrolux 1x12 '60 Class A 15 2x2 01 Mini T 2x12 01 Line 6 2x12 '65 Blackface 2x12 '96 Match Chief 2x12 '87 Jazz Clean 2x12 '57 Cleass A-30 4x10 01 Line 6 4x10 '58 Tweed Bassman 4x12 01 Line 6 4x12 '67 Green 20s 4x12 '68 Green 25s 4x12 '78 Brit Celest t-75s 4x12 '96 Brit Celest V30s 4x12 01 Treadplate 1x15 '62 Thunder 2x12 '67 Wishbook No Cabinet GUITAR MICS 1. 57 On Axis 2. 57 Off Axis 3. 421 Dynamic 4. 67 Condenser BASS AMPS 1. Line 6 Brit Invader 2. Line 6 Classic Jazz 3. Line 6 Doppleganger 4. Line 6 Ebony Lux 5. Line 6 Frankenstein 6. Line 6 Sub Dub 7. Line 6 Super Thor 8. Line 6 Tube PreAmp 9. 1998 Adam & Eve 10. 1975 Alchemist 11. 1972 Amp 360 12. 1968 Brit Bass 13. 1965 Brit Class A 100 14. 1969 British Major 15. 2003 California 16. 1964 Double Show 17. 1989 Eighties 18. 1968 Flip Top 19. 1973 Highway 100 20. 1971 Highway 200 21. 2003 Jaguar 22. 1998 Jazz Tone 23. 1967 Motor City 24. 1974 Rock Classic 25. 1967 Silverface Bass 26. 1978 Stadium 27. 2002 Studio Tone 28. 1958 Tweed B-Man BASS CABS 1. BASS-1X12 Boutique 2. BASS-1x12 Motor City 3. BASS-1x15 Flip Top 4. BASS-1x15 Jazz Tone 5. BASS-1x18 Session 6. BASS-1x18 Amp 360 7. BASS-1x18 California 8. BASS-1x18+12 Stadium 9. BASS-2x10 Modern UK 10. BASS-2x15 Doubleshow 11. BASS-2x15 California 12. BASS-2x15 Class A 13. BASS-4x10 Line 6 14. BASS-4x10 Tweed 15. BASS-4x10 Adam & Eve 16. BASS-4x10 Silvertone 17. BASS-4x10 Session 18. BASS-4x12 Highway 19. BASS-4x12 Green 20s 20. BASS-4x12 Green 25s 21. BASS-4x15 Big Boy 22. BASS-8x10 Classic 23. BASS-No Cabinet BASS MICS 1. 20 Dynamic 2. 112 Dynamic 3. 47 Tube Close 4. 47 Tube Close WAH 1. Vetta Wah 2. Fassel 3. Weeper 4. Chrome 5. Chrome Custom 6. Throaty 7. Conductor 8. Colorful STOMP 1. DISTORTION Facial Fuzz 2. DISTORTION Fuzz Pi 3. DISTORTION Screamer 4. DISTORTION Classic Distortion 5. DISTORTION Octave Fuzz 6. DISTORTION Killer Z 7. DISTORTION Tube Drive 8. DISTORTION Boost + EQ 9. DISTORTION Bass Overdrive 10. DISTORTION Bronze Master 11. DYNAMICS Red Comp 12. DYNAMICS Blue Comp 13. DYNAMICS Blue Comp Treb 14. DYNAMICS Vetta Comp 15. DYNAMICS Vetta Juice 16. DYNAMICS Auto Swell 17. DYNAMICS Female De-Esser 18. DYNAMICS Male De-Esser 19. FILTER Auto Wah 20. FILTER Dingo Tron 21. FILTER Clean Sweep 22. FILTER Seismik Synth 23. FILTER Double Bass 24. FILTER Buzz Wave 25. FILTER Rez Synth 26. FILTER Saturn 5 Ring Mod 27. FILTER Synth Analog 28. FILTER Synth FX 29. FILTER Synth Harmony 30. FILTER Synth Lead 31. FILTER Synth String 32. FILTER Sub Octaves 33. FILTER Bender MOD 1. Sine Chorus 2. Analog Chorus 3. Line 6 Flanger 4. Jet Flanger 5. Phaser 6. U-Vibe 7. Opto Tremolo 8. Bias Tremolo 9. Rotary Drum + Horn 10. Rotary Drum 11. Auto Pan 12. Analog Square Chorus 13. Stereo Square Chorus 14. Stereo Expo Chorus 15. Random Chorus 16. Stereo Square Flange 17. Expo Flange 18. Lumpy Phase 19. Hi Talk 20. Sweeper 21. POD Purple X 22. Random S & H 23. Tape Eater 24. Warble-Matic DELAYS 1. Analog Delay 2. Analog with Modulation 3. Tube Echo 4. Multi-Head Delay 5. Sweep Echo 6. Digital Delay 6. Stereo Delay 7. Ping Pong Delay 8. Reverse Delay 9. Echo Platter 10. Tape Echo 11. Low Rez Delay 12. Phaze Echo 13. Bubble Echo VERB 1. 'Lux Spring 2. Standard Spring 3. King Spring 4. Small Room 5. Tiled Room 6. Brite Room 7. Dark Hall 8. Medium Hall 9. Large Hall 10. Rich Chamber 11. Chamber 12. Cavernous 13. Slap Plate 14. Vintage Plate 15. Large Plate
  8. Note: The Duoverb was released in 2002 and is now discontinued. Legacy Products Q: What is the Duoverb amplifier based on? A: The Duoverb is based on the Vetta technology, designed for the guitarist that wants multiple amp tones at once and simplicity of use in a vintage, boutique-y package. The Duoverb features a 100 watt stereo power amp, 16 legendary classic amp models, classic, easy to use tube amp-style controls and killer reverb sounds. Duoverb Specifications Setup/Connections Q: Can the Duoverb use an extension cabinet? A: You can plug into any extention cabinet, including the optional Duoverb Extension Cab (an open back 2x12) that really makes the most of the Duoverb's stereo potential. You can use the Split switch to send one amp model to each cab, or blend them together. Q: What foot controller can I use with the Duoverb? A: The FBV series are the correct foot controller to use with the Duoverb. Compatibility chart Q: What are the functions of each pedal on an FBV controller? A: See the following information for the FBV Shortboard, and see the manual for further information: * A, B, C, D: channel control * Tap tempo/Tuner: activates the tuner after holding for 2 seconds * Stomp: Amp 2 in/out * Mod: Amp 1 in/out * Delay: blend or split amps * FX Loop (Function 1 or FBV Shortboard Mk II): Effect Loop on or off * Function 2 (FBV Shortboard Mk II only): Amp 2 in/out Q: Can I connect an external pre-amp (i.e. Line 6 POD) to the Duoverb? Can I connect the Duoverb into a PA system or mixing console? A: You can connect an external preamp into effect loop return. The XLR outputs of the Duoverb can be sent into a PA or mixing console. Q: Does the Duoverb have an effects loop? A:* Yes, there is a "true stereo" (separate left and right inputs and outputs) effect loop on the Duoverb. Registration/Warranty Q: What is the warranty on the Duoverb? A: The warranty on the Duoverb is twelve months from the date of purchase. Q: How can I register my Duoverb? Product Registration F.A.Q. Troubleshooting/Service Q: How do I perform a factory reset on my Duoverb? A: The factory reset for a Duoverb is to hold down the A & D buttons while powering the unit on. Q: My amp seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Line 6 Amp Trouble Shooting Q: Where can I get replacement knobs/speakers/logos for my Duoverb amp? A: From the Line 6 Web Store. Q: Where can I download a Duoverb manual? A: From the Line 6 Manuals page.
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