Hello I have a couple of questions I need some help with. (I am a beginner !!!) I have looked at Craig's Corner Videos (Which Is very helpful/good btw thanks Craig!) But I haven't found an answer yet 1. Best way for connections and Settings between my Harmony G-XT and the FX150 when using the FX150 as a PA with a Mic and Acoustic guitar Harmony G-XT has its own settings for volume/ Mic and Guitar mix Harmony G-XT has its own FX for Reverb Harmony G-XT has "tone" option similar to "Vocal Tone" button on the FX150. Which one to use? which outputs from the Harmony G-XT goes where as I want to separate my guitar and Mic signals into the FX150 if possible. FX150 has its own Reverb Effects and levels FX150 also has EQ to set? Which ones to set and which ones to leave alone 2. Now I want to add my Roland AC60 Acoustic amp in the mix! So my mic and guitar goes into the Harmony G-XT. which connects to the FX150 (Now used as monitor) and then out to the Acoustic Amp. Now the Acoustic amp sounds really fantastic with my guitar (Hence I was hoping to separate the mic and guitar signals ) has various inputs but also the Mic and Guitar inputs on the AMP comes with a complete set of Chorus/reverb and EQ as well. Which leaves me very confused.com!! Would really appreciate anyone's help with this! Is this all possible? Thanks so much in advance for this!
Hi Guys Got my FX150 this week and am very excited to start experimenting with it! :p First thing I noticed though is when I use the mic or play guitar (acoustic) there is a funny noise coming from the Unit. Sounds like vibration of some sort. This is very annoying. The Levels of the input is not the issue here, when the noise is heard I put my hand on the front grille of the speaker and the noise stops. So I thought its just the grill screws that need tightening. But this doesn't appear to be the case. I think it my actually be the TC-Helicon badge on the grill that is moving/vibrating Has anyone else experience this? I don't want to remove the grill to check the back of the "badge" as I don't want to void any warrantees.. Any pointers here? Thanks in advance Christo