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Q: Where will Ampeg be located? A: We will be managing the Ampeg brand from YGG’s headquarters in Calabasas. Yamaha Guitar Group and LOUD will be working together over the next few months to ensure a smooth transition for all customers, dealers, and distributors, after which Ampeg operations will be headquartered in Calabasas, CA at the Yamaha Guitar Group, Inc. offices. Q: How will Ampeg products be sold? A: YGG’s sales team will manage the distribution of Ampeg products like they manage the Line 6 branded products. On day one, we will have a transitional service agreement in place with Loud that will allow existing Ampeg dealers and distributors to continue to order and receive Ampeg products as they had before the acquisition. Q: What if I need technical support on my Ampeg product? A: LOUD will continue to supply support from firstname.lastname@example.org and their Technical Support Library website during the transition period, after which support will move to YGG’s support team and our website. Q: What if I need service or parts for my Ampeg product? A: Service and parts will continue to be supplied by U.S. and Canadian Ampeg Authorized Service Centers. Customers outside the U.S. and Canada should contact their local distributor.
Hey Guys! I put together another video highlighting a bass tone inside of Helix. It uses the Del Sol 300 amp block which is modeled after the "Sun Coliseum 300," with eh Obsidian 700 which is a model of the Darkglas B7K. The impulse is a ROSEN DIGITAL AUDIO Ampeg SVT. I tried to zoom on all of the important settings. If you have questions, feel free to leave a comment.
I want to ask if someone can verify that the following happens on their Helix as it does on mine before I file a bug report. I searched for this before creating this topic, if it's a dupe I'm excusing myself beforehand. I use Firmware 2.21 . I recommend using a DAW or method B to make sure there's no additional noises coming from pickups, cables etc. Symptom: Both the SV Beast Nrm and Brt models exhibit a clicking noise after sound was processed if the "Sag" parameter is set to a value of 0.6 or greater. Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a patch with just an SV Beast Amp in it. Set the "Sag" to a value equal or greater than 0.6, the other controls don't seem to have an influence. Set the input block to something quiet, e.g. USB. Method A: 2. Connect the Helix to a DAW and use a routing with sound only going in and out via USB (Reamping). 3. Monitor the Helix' main output (Channels 1&2), e.g. by arming a track for recording. 4. Play anything for any amount of time, then stop playback. Method B: 2. Set the "Hum" value to anything that produces an audible sound, then move it rapidly to 0. For both methods, there should be a crackling noise following that sounds like static discharge going through a lowpass filter. For "Sag" settings of 0.5 or less, I could not reproduce the symptom. If someone can confirm this, I will file a bug report, otherwise I'll scratch my head. With a confused face.