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    Waitlist Email

    Only if one's name is Karen ... or Kyle
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    Opinion on Revv G-MK3 120

    Awesome... Thanks man🤘🏻
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    Opinion on Revv G-MK3 120

    @Jumpback hey... Just wondering if you saw this, and if you could fill me in on what you know about it?
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    Opinion on Revv G-MK3 120

    Hey.... How's the channel switching speed on this amp? Is it at least as fast as switching an amp channel on the AxeIII?
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Don't tempt me man🤣🤣🤣 Kidding aside, I really like the idea of having just eight switches for all of the scenes (I have two other switches which are dedicated for tuner and preset up and down (via tap [↑] and hold [↓])...so if the switch on its way doesn't solve any of this, I'll just have to...
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Just direct wired. I made sure everything was lined up tip to tip, ring to ring and ground to ground...all verified with a meter. There aren't any caps or LEDs. But that brings up another question I was going to make a new thread for (might as well ask here though 😃). Is there a way to have a...
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Okay, I tried four different TRS cables (all of them basically brand new)...all of them had the same lag. Interestingly though, manually shorting the unplugged cables produced an instant scene change (tested this with all four TRS cables). So it seems it's either the switches or the wiring...
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    I verified one set is NC and the other is NO. I swapped them out and they were identical in lag. And yeah they (all) performed the same in the 1+2 jack. I very much doubt it, but suppose it's worth asking: is it even remotely possible the 18 gauge wire I used is causing this? As a side note...
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Cool thanks, that's what I figured... I'll test them & see.
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Yeah, they're all momentary but I'm not sure if they're NO or NC. Is there a way to distinguish that, like with a meter or something?
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    Yeah mine's on 1.12
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    I did try both toggle and follow. Toggle produced a second or two of a hesitation.
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    Stand-in switch behavior

    I have stand-in switches in port 3/4 (FC-6) that trigger scenes 7 and 8. They work as expected and are set up with only a tap for each scene respectively. I did have to reverse polarity on both of them, otherwise there was around a one second hesitation. They are both set to follow hardware as...
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    Celestion F12-X200

    Awesome, thanks!!
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    Celestion F12-X200

    Where are you purchasing the cabs from?
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