Are you running any external pedals with your Amplifire?

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  1. jet66

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    Would you mind sharing the settings for that? Sounds like a more useful configuration than my current 0-100% volume pedal on individual patches. I tried making some adjustments on my own, but I must not have changed the right parameters.
     
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    You just set the min and max values to 90% and 100% in the loop block for the A or B expression pedal. And make sure you've placed the volume block post amp. Its the same screen where you select that the pedal will control volume.
     
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    I was changing them in the Volume block, not the Loop block. Thanks for the tip.
     
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    You're welcome, as far as I know all the expression settings live in the loop block
     
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    I have a patch set up with my Morley/ Award JD-10 where the Atomic amp is turned off and the JD-10 in the effects loop becomes the amp sim, sounds great and tweaking the JD feels more like a guitar amp.
     

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