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Thanks to everyone that steps up to help those that need help (like me)! Iâ€™ve had my Helix about 5 weeks and yesterday I made the leap from discouragement to elation with the tones I am getting. I have spent about two weeks really digging into this, asking questions, reading the Forum, other sources, and watching videos, and it finally all came together due to the Forum. I was one of the folks having unwanted noise and a weak/dead tone due to how I was dealing with that. I canâ€™t point to a single thing that â€œfixedâ€ my sound issues, but I had been doing all my editing with my laptop, and thus had not looked at the Global Settings, apparently only accessible using the Helix. Once I tried some things with those settings, I got where I wanted to be with my tone. It was probably more than just that since I've tried many, many things but the key is that I'm there! Many people said it took months to really be satisfied with their sound so I'm very fortunate. I have a lot more to learn and to try, but at least now I can enjoy playing and experimenting. Thanks! I have another question I will post separately since it has nothing to do with this. If thatâ€™s bad Forum etiquette, let me know.
I am experiencing a loud humming noise from my amps when using the Firehawk. Until now I have not been able to find the source. groundlift doesn't help. My setup is as follows: guitars / behringer micromix 400 / firehawk / One channel to VOX AC30TB / Other channel via 4-cbl method to Marshall combo Directly connecting the behringer to the amps solves the problem. But hey, that's not an option really. I have also tried connecting the marshall directly, resulting in the same humming noise. I have also tried a clean channel without any amp models or effect, but to no avail. The noise is pretty loud. I estimate around 40db. At a concert this is not a real problem, but during practice my bandmembers are really getting freaked. Suggestions? Anybody else experiencing these problems?