Sounds like you had a similar thing happen to you. Did it you lose sound completely, until you turned it off and back on?That worked for me.
It wasn't nice that I was playing with headphones!
Everything is working great here. I bumped one of the factory Double Verb IR's into that preset and it's a perfect fat clean with my Hamer semi. There's my Sunday sorted.Here's a preset for you. Best used with a semi-hollow body probably but I created it with a Suhr Modern
Now this is intriguing. When Mic + DI captures became available, I figured we had at least the rudiments of the ability to capture IR curves. It'll be cool to watch how this plays out.If you are using a conventional guitar cab and solid-state power amp ideally you would want to know the impedance curve of the cabinet. This requires special test equipment although I'm working on a idea to use the outputs of the Axe-Fx directly along with a special cable to allow field measurements by users. At this time the impedance curve matching is a Matlab program though and requires some hand-tuning.
This is what I did:Sounds like you had a similar thing happen to you. Did it you lose sound completely, until you turned it off and back on?
Did you have Axe Edit on at the time? I did, but I was editing from the Axe FXIII because the new feature isn't in Axe Edit yet. I was wondering if having Axe Edit on while I was editing from the unit itself caused the problem.
Ideally. For example if you are using an IR of a 4x12 Marshall JCM800 you would ideally select the 4x12 Brit 800 cabinet type. You can mismatch though for different sonic textures.So if i am understanding this correctly
Regardless of IR you choose you just
Pick the correct impedance curve
So this works with ML OH all Irs
Provided the match is in the list