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Hi all,

 

My JTV 89 has started acting screwy with alt tunings. Didn't find anything that matched in my forum search, so I thought I'd go ahead and post. Plugged into my jtv 89 tonight, switched to an alt tuning and the tuning was off, as in not correct. For example, switching to drop C gave me a tuning of DGCFAD. I noticed most, but not all of my alt tunings were incorrect. I kept screwing with it and noticed that sometimes switching from one alt tuning to another didn't affect any change in tuning at all. At other times, switching to a different tuning would yield an oscillation, as though the computer couldn't decide which tuning it should be in. I've had this guitar for well over a year now and have never seen this kind of behavior. What do you guys (and gals) suggest? Thanks.

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I have an 89 and I have never experienced what you are describing? 


 


I'm not sure what firmware you are running but you should be at 2.10.  Are you running through a POD HD?


 


Did you go directly from 2.0 firmware directly to 2.10?  If so I would suggest to roll back to the 1.90 and then go directly to 2.10.  I had a lot of issues going to 2.0 and so I would avoid loading it if possible.  I would think a re-flash would fix the above issue if not, then are using a POD? If so, I would start looking in the mixer area of HD500(x)EDIT and make sure nothing is forced. 


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