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Hey what’s up! I’m brand new to the Helix family and purchased myself a Helix LT. As we all know, in a real amp situation, putting an OD in the Loop gives you a volume boost. I’m trying to create the same type of volume boost using only the Helix LT. How can I achieve this? I have no idea how to make an FX Loop given the signal chain within the Helix LT and/or how to get any type of volume boost without altering the tone I’ve already created. Any help with this will be GREATLY appreciated. I’m running my LT straight into the board, so no amps of any kind are being used. Strictly the Helix LT and it’s on board tones. Thank you!
Hello. I am interested on Buying an Echo Park but I have run into some talking about a slight volume boost that occurs when the pedal in "on". Is this a real issue...? I have also read that this can be fixed by an internal switch that is placed on the pcb of some newer batch of Echo Parks... Please tell me what is the truth about it, because I want to purchase this pedal but I found this (if true) really disturbing... thank you
I have a PODxt live foot pedal, and I have tried using the Line 6 Comp to try and get a volume boost for my leads, but it just isn't loud enough. It works really well when I run the LIne 6 through my amp's effect loops, but then all my modulation don't sound very good, so I have to run it through the front of my head. I was wondering if the Boost+ EQ would help if I crank the gain on it without adding more distortion to my sound. Or if I should use either the Blue Comp or the Red Comp for a boost. I really don't want to add a volume boost pedal if there is a solution on my line 6. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated, thanks.