#1
Hey peeps,

I did a quick search and nothing came up so heres my dilemma.

I was wondering if there was a way I could wipe my RP250 and put on about 6 custom presets from X-Edit. I like the RP250 but I dont need 60 preset that I never use. Plus trying to find the one I'm after can be inconvenient as it cn take a while.

Any ideas or help is much appreciated.
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#2
the RP 250 gives you two types of banks. The first bank has the original 60 presets, but they can be customized into or replaced by your desired presets. The 2nd bank permanently retains the 60 original presets. All you have to do is save those 6 that you have to the first slots of the first banks, but you can't totally wipe it clean tho
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PRS SE Custom
Takamine G Series Acoustic
Peavey Vypyr 30
Digitech RP 250

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#3
Fair enough mate. Thanks for the heads up!!
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Then grab onto it, it's just for you.
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#4
You could probably write a bypassed signal to all 60 writable presets then replace the ones you don't want.
#5
I don't know of any multifx that can "hide" the unmodified presets. But that would be a good option.