#1
Can someone please tell me how to a new ,clean amp in line 6 hd500 edit?this software is really annoying
#3
I thought they made a manual with information like that hidden within
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#4
The Line 6 gear is honestly pretty intuitive. I have an M9 and an HD500X (and an HD Bean). Just figured them out on my own. No manuals. I don't understand the large amount of people that have issues with the stuff.

Use the D Pad to navigate your slots. One of them is the amp, the rest is for FX. Get to the amp slot (it looks different than the rest). On the screen it tells you what the knobs right below the screen do. The first knob cycles through the amp models.

Hit the Save button twice to save your patch. Getting that down will basically get you anywhere you need to go on the POD. 90% of what you need is all in the D Pad, 4 knobs, and Save.
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#5
I was thinking of the line 6 hd 500 edit program you got on the computer, not manually handling the pod..

If a had a complete preset, how can i add a another clean amp , so i could record both clean signal and the preset? pls help with direct answers
Last edited by davor2705 at Jul 2, 2014,
#6
Highlight your amp model, press the Move button, then press right on the D Pad. Good luck using two amps without the X version though.
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#7
Quote by Offworld92
The Line 6 gear is honestly pretty intuitive. I have an M9 and an HD500X (and an HD Bean). Just figured them out on my own. No manuals. I don't understand the large amount of people that have issues with the stuff.

Yeah, I don't understand it either.

With the exception of my bassist brother, every member that ever passed through my band needed me to set up their multi-fx units for them, and they only learned how to use 1% of their capabilities (despite the fact that I've tried to teach them to do everything they might want and/or need).

And when they see me messing around with multi-fx units, they get amazed like if I was successfully performing open heart surgery.
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#8
Quote by Offworld92
The Line 6 gear is honestly pretty intuitive. I have an M9 and an HD500X (and an HD Bean). Just figured them out on my own. No manuals. I don't understand the large amount of people that have issues with the stuff.


+1 to this. Have to say, when it comes to understanding the actual sounds & parameter responses, Meambo's guide is very useful though.