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  • Quote Originally Posted by nabeel
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    ...Yes only one effect per patch










    Quote Originally Posted by GCDEF
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    One effect per group at a time.




    Thanks! I suppose if you wanted overdrive with wah you could choose wah and amp model and dime it?

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    • Quote Originally Posted by New Trail
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      Thanks! I suppose if you wanted overdrive with wah you could choose wah and amp model and dime it?




      That's one option. That's the one really serious design flaw with the Tonelab.



      I use the LE just for its amp models and have a M-13 for effects just so I don't have to deal with the silly limitations.

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      • I really dig the Tonelab LE's tones and 'all-in-one' usefulness. I use it all the time for gigging really, and get many compliments on my tone....but most importantly I like the tone and it makes me play better IMO.



        But I hope a new unit comes out and addresses some of the things I would like to see changed...



        - USB connection for patch storage/loading

        - pedal can be a volume pedal and when stepped on turns into a wah...then back into a volume (like the Pod XT Live)

        - less limiting the effects you can use at once (I like compression and a wah on my clean channel, but I can't have both)

        - XLR outs ??? (like the new Pod floorboard unit)



        Basically, I love the sound and feel of the unit, but it needs to jump into the year 2009 and offer the things other competitive units are offering.

        I find it quite limiting at times and wish a newer version would come out to replace it and offer more flexibility to the patches...I don't care if it costs and bit more, it would be worth it!

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        • I just got a VOX Tonelab LE (being a tube-nazi I just couldn't go with the Line 6 stuff).



          Is there any way to use BOTH the compressor AND the Wah Wah pedal at the same time?



          I just downloaded the sound editor software and I'm off to get a pair of MIDI cables to see if that makes things more clear.



          Thanx

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          • 1111111111

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            • How can I hook up a Roland EV5 and use it as a wah pedal to my Tonelab LE?



              Purpgld

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              • Quote Originally Posted by osmancigil
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                As far as I remember,you can't.



                You can only select one effect in an effect block!



                I don't know why Vox doesn't update that




                Thanks osmancigil, it looked that way but now I know.



                I did get the VOX sound editor software up and running and talking to the Tonelab LE.

                Looks like a much nicer way to program the thing.

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                • Quote Originally Posted by Purpgld
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                  How can I hook up a Roland EV5 and use it as a wah pedal to my Tonelab LE?



                  Purpgld




                  I think trying to use the EV5 for the wah would be a lot harder than using the EV5 as a volume pedal in the effects loop of the TLLE, and using the on-board expression pedal for wah. This is how I use an EV5 with my TLLE. It's not perfect, because backing off on the EV5 isn't controlling the overall patch volume, it's just reducing the guitar input to the rest of the effects chain, but it works pretty much the same way as turning the guitar volume knob down.



                  The only way I can think of to use the EV5 the way the OP is asking would be to use a MIDI continuous controller like the MIDI Solutions Pedal Controller, programmed to translate the EV5 position to the wah effect of the TLLE. It could be done, but it would take some programming, and you'd end up with another box on the floor in addition to the TLLE and the EV5.



                  I hope this is of some use.



                  Tom Hyzy

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                  • Quote Originally Posted by tomhyzy
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                    I think trying to use the EV5 for the wah would be a lot harder than using the EV5 as a volume pedal in the effects loop of the TLLE, and using the on-board expression pedal for wah. This is how I use an EV5 with my TLLE. It's not perfect, because backing off on the EV5 isn't controlling the overall patch volume, it's just reducing the guitar input to the rest of the effects chain, but it works pretty much the same way as turning the guitar volume knob down.



                    The only way I can think of to use the EV5 the way the OP is asking would be to use a MIDI continuous controller like the MIDI Solutions Pedal Controller, programmed to translate the EV5 position to the wah effect of the TLLE. It could be done, but it would take some programming, and you'd end up with another box on the floor in addition to the TLLE and the EV5.



                    I hope this is of some use.



                    Tom Hyzy




                    Due to the limitations of the Tonelab LE I have resigned myself to making yet another pedal board with the Tonelab LE as a component thereof. I'm planning to use a VOX 847A Wah Wah (my favorite kind, and 50% of why I bought the TLLE in the first place) and a DOD FX84 compressor. That way I only need the delay and modulation effects from the TLLE, although I will most likely use the pre-amp to some degree at low gain settings so I can program in various tone settings. I like the pre-amp in my Orange amp better any way.



                    So far, I have seen no single unit pedal board that "does it all". The TLLE is pretty good though.

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                    • I have the TLLE and I went by and picked up the GT10 to test if I liked it more. On first impression it is too much to program. Questions:



                      1. The Vox Catalog indicated that there were two amp choices per program. How can this be since I have seen nothing in the manual?



                      2. With the 4CM is the guitar preamp the first item in the chain? What would happen if I plug my guitar into a vox wah and then into the input?



                      3. What does this mean if I want to put an effect before the amp?



                      4. Where is the noise gate in the chain?



                      Purpgld



                      5. Where is the foot volume in the chain?

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                      • I seemed to be getting low output from my modeling program until I found the gain settings in this button. It confused the hell out of me since I never saw any information in the manual on how to use the setting:



                        low gain

                        meddle gain

                        high gain



                        Can someone give me some advice on this setting and how to use it.



                        By the way, is it global for all amp model on only for the patch



                        Purpgld

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                        • Can the Tonelab LE be used as a MIDI controller?
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                          • Hi Purpgld,



                            the setting you are talking about is a global setting, therefore "valid for every patch". How to set up...? matter of taste. Personally I use the factory setting for it I guess. Anyway I don't like the amps, so I use the line.

                            The main rule if you have no literature, set everything on middle value-position , and change them step by step slowly untill your ear finds it right. My personal advice, do this very slow, because your ear will be "lazy" and "deff" for details after a while.

                            Hope you can use these simple advices.

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                            • Quote Originally Posted by sahlomonic
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                              Can the Tonelab LE be used as a MIDI controller?




                              No.

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                              • Quote Originally Posted by Purpgld
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                                How can I hook up a Roland EV5 and use it as a wah pedal to my Tonelab LE?



                                Purpgld




                                See post 524 on p 27 for using an Expression pedal via MIDI - might be easier

                                /Jake

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