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jeremyb wrote:
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griff7628 wrote:
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Have you guys found out how to change the amps on the dial that has acoustic, crunch, metal etc?
I only know how to change amps on the 1 to 4 presets next to the tuner button
You mean to change the default amp for each option on the amp selector switch? I dunno if thats possible!
Yeah that's what I mean, was hoping it was possible. So it seems that it just randomly selects amps on the dial eh

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Anyone else having issues with looper practicing tab in the song script page?
I can't move the tabs for the loop to change the size of it.

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pretty fast so far....
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Just checking out their website and about every 10 seconds or so a pop up tells you who bought one. I wonder how many they are manufacturing per minute??
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sizzlingbadger wrote:
Mon Aug 10, 2020 6:47 pm
pretty fast so far....

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That's crazy fast! I ordered a new watch strap from Hong Kong yesterday and the estimated arrival date is October 10th :?
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Cleared customs this morning too...
Indeed I often wonder where Norman is now. Probably wintering with his mother in Guildford. A cat, rain, Vim under the sink, and both bars on. But old now, there is no true beauty without decay.

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Shipping was really quick for mine too, impressive really, great time to buy now :lol:

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Eight pages I can't be arsed to read. What's the consensus among owners? Recommended buy?

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Molly wrote:
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Eight pages I can't be arsed to read. What's the consensus among owners? Recommended buy?
Tuna fish or pasta maybe....










read the thread you lazy bastard.
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Molly wrote:
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Eight pages I can't be arsed to read. What's the consensus among owners? Recommended buy?
May as well add to the amps you’ve had in passing 😉

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Molly wrote:
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Eight pages I can't be arsed to read. What's the consensus among owners? Recommended buy?
Was playing mine today, great tones at low volumes or high, I have it beside my PC so I can watch YouTube instructional videos and play along, haven't tried the drummer thing yet but won't be far away, nice bit of kit.

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Yeah I agree with JB, its a real cool bit of gear. I love the tone, through headphones especially.
I figured out the looper so I use that a lot for practicing song sections.
The bluetooth functionality is a godsend, so quick to fire up a song/backing track and get started.
My only complaint would be the drums actually. If I set the metronome for around 90 to 100 bpm and play a punk style riff with fast pal muting, it spits a slow rock/blues beat back at me. So yeah, its not perfect at giving you a drum beat you want. So in that scenario I try and find a loop on youtube that I like and load that up to play against.

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Jay wrote:
Mon Aug 10, 2020 7:31 pm
Just checking out their website and about every 10 seconds or so a pop up tells you who bought one. I wonder how many they are manufacturing per minute??
I saw that. For privacy reasons you'd think that'd be a loop of fake orders.

Still can't decide if I want one.

Edit: Ordered one. I'm so impulsive...

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jeremyb wrote:
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Shipping was really quick for mine too, impressive really, great time to buy now :lol:
Yeah! I ordered mine on the 1st... currently out for delivery.

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Molly wrote:
Wed Aug 12, 2020 10:49 am
Jay wrote:
Mon Aug 10, 2020 7:31 pm
Just checking out their website and about every 10 seconds or so a pop up tells you who bought one. I wonder how many they are manufacturing per minute??
I saw that. For privacy reasons you'd think that'd be a loop of fake orders.

Still can't decide if I want one.

Edit: Ordered one. I'm so impulsive...
you won't regret it!

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