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So I'm currently playing through a Pod HD Pro. I was initially able to find some serviceable tones, but was honestly a tad bit discouraged. Then I found out about the "Input 1-Guitar Inputer 2-Variax" thing and holy lollipop, it worked like a charm. However, I stumbled across a thread from someone stating that using this method also lowers the volume. I tested his observation, and found it to be true. I don't quite remember the specifics, but I think it had to do with the Pod's pre-chain area being 2 mono signals rather than 1 stereo. So when you set input 2 to Variax, the Pod somewhat averages the Input 1 signal and Input 2 signal, and since Input 2 is essentially set to 0, the overall signal is reduced. Does anyone have any experience/insight on this matter? Is there a way to get the desired sound of "input 1-guitar input 2-variax" without having the drop in dB? thanks!
Alright, here we go. Last November I purchased a Pod HD Pro X to use for studio and live performances. The studio sound is great, I've created a wide variety of tones that I use on a daily basis. However, when it comes to live shows, I find it nearly impossible to cope. I'm constantly having to stop playing so that I can turn the tone knob to the correct setting. I also have an FBV MkII which I was told is compatible. Yet I can't change tones with that either, it simply allows me to turn off certain pedals in my signal chain. The only way to change tones with the pedal board is to access the tone bank, which you again have to scroll for. Is there no way to assign tones to the pedal board so that playing live is simply a click away? Thanks in advance!