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problem Help me! Pod hd500x and midi problemHi! I have a problem, I use the pod hd500x and an engl invader, I connect the midi in of the amplifier (configure omni engl) to the pod, I configure omni in the pod, and it changes the channel, that is, it communicates well, I can change the variax preset, the effects preset by fxloop, and the amp channel with its gains, noise gate, volume A / B, etc. my problem is that when I connect the guitar cable it makes a lot of noise, like fireworks, and it only disappears if I remove the midi, which prevents me from changing the channel of the engl, although if I use the FX loop, If I do without the 4-wire method, it happens to me that with the guitar's wireless it goes well, but as soon as I put a cable instead of wireless it puts noise again, until I disconnect the midi out of the pod .. I don't understand what happens What is different about the wireless cable? ... In the end in summary I can use the pod well as long as I use the z15 to change channels. But I want everything from one, that I have already seen that it is possible, but the noise prevents me. I have to find the one who communicates well via midi and voila Can you give me any suggestions? I change the omni of the pod for a specific channel? Any opinion or criticism is welcome.
I have recently purchased a Pod Go with the intention of using it with my Marshall JVM 410 in the 4 cable method into the effects loop. I want to be able to use my amps gain tones as well as put effects in front and behind my amp. I have watched a few You Tube video's on how to do it but it only seems to work ok on the clean channel. The JVM has 4 channels with 3 modes on each channel and as I progress through the higher gain channels and modes, the hum/buzz gets louder and louder to the point that it is louder than the sound coming from the guitar. I have tried making adjustments in the global settings and on the back of the amp with no success. I was in the process of putting together a pedal board but the thought the Pod go might be an easier option and for this reason I brought it. I still need to run some pedals through the effects loop to make sure there isn't a problem there but I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and/or knows of any solution. Cheers