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Hi! Anyone using the tube comp (or other model) with bass? What settings are you using and where to you place it in the signal? IÂ´ve been using it for a while as the first block at threshold 42 % and volume at 0 %. At first i thought it sounded really good like this (low volume with headphones) but as I turn the volume up i noticed that it sounds just "wrong" and way to compressed + it is boosting the volume a bit to much. Now I have a hard time getting good settings out of the tube comp, and I think I do need a comp because itÂ´s seems like itÂ´s at least making something better with the tone when turned on. I just want some light compression for my active bass. I also just got and Sansamp GT2 pedal (btw awesome for bass!) and although it sounds the best in front of the Pod, I had to put it in the fx loop since it made the pitch glide/whammy useless. I think itÂ´s the tube comp making the GT2 not sounding good by compressing and/or boosting the signal to much before hitting it. Placing the comp after the pitch and fx loop seem to have a bigger (and worse) inpact on the tone compared having it first, although this might also be me setting it "wrong". Any sugestions about how to set it up? On a side note, since taking the step from dual amp to single amps, IÂ´ve noticed that the signal is louder when using the tuner compared to the actual patch. Any ideas?
Hello all I've got a HD400 updated to the latest firmware and all but there are two effects I do not have that should be there according to the Model gallery manual, specifically the Panned phaser and the Tube comp Does anyone have the same issue? Thanx in advance!
IÂ´m trying to get the full stereo capabilities from pod hd 500 and therefore want to use a chorus at the end of my chain. Unfortunately I high notes sound terrebly painful. Without chorus the sound is good. My effect chain is TubeComp, Graphic EQ, BF Lux nrm, Stereo Delay, Plate Reverb. Treble is not boosted anywhere I can place my chorus at the very beginning, sounds ok, but no stereo of course. If I use it after the tube comp, it sound like treble is boosted at maximum. Any Ideas? Is my devce broken? Thanks for any advice
Has anyone found a successful way, or is there a method in which you can use the tube comp to give patches when for example if you are playing into your computer you get a tube kind of feel and tone? Placement, settings suggestions etc. welcome. Thanks!