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  1. 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!
  2. Can anyone explain what is happening here, I'm using this patch http://line6.com/customtone/tone/208422/ It looks something like this: __ EQ__Amp A __ __EQ__Comp__EQ__ / Mixer \ __ EQ__Amp B __ Both amps are switched off. I have my guitar lead going into the 'Guitar in' and my output lead going out via the '1/4 out L mono'. I've changed Input 1 to Guitar as has been recommended, it was originally Guitar + Variax. Input 2 was originally 'Same' but I've read 'Variax' is recommended for a clean sound. When I'm scrolling through the input 2 options, I find that 'Guitar + Variax' gives it a very full sound and 'Variax' for input 2 sounds rather flat. Why is this? My guess is because there's no signal going to the lower 'Amp B' path, correct? There is also a loud hiss when I select 'mic' even though I have no mic plugged in, what's going on there? s
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