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Quick Eleven Rack question.

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by thrashmetl, May 15, 2011.

  1. thrashmetl

    thrashmetl Supporting Member

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    Picked up a used Eleven Rack and started messing with it. Started playing with all the factory presets and kept scrolling and scrolling. Went through A-Z, then a-z again, came to the end and that was it. Does the Eleven Rack not have a section for you to create your own patches? Do you have to just overwrite the factory presets? Or did the guy I bought it from just fill them all up? OR is there some other mode I have to go into for user presets?
     
  2. JefeMaximo

    JefeMaximo Huge Member Silver Supporting Member

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    When shipped from the factory, there are two sets of duplicate presets. The first set (capital letters) can be over-written. The second set (lower case letters) cannot. If your two sets of presets are not identical, it means that someone else has changed the first set.
     
  3. jvstrat

    jvstrat Member

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    One of those A-Z banks is factory presets forever and the other one you save your own rigs to. Can't remember whether it is the capital or lower case letters.
     
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  4. thrashmetl

    thrashmetl Supporting Member

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    Is there a quick way to put a patch to blank, or do you have to go in and just change everything?
     
  5. Danny W.

    Danny W. Member

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    On the Eleven Rack there is no such thing as a blank rig. Just pick one of the rigs with a capital letter in front, go to "Rig View" and change things around until you're happy with the result, and then save that.

    You can easily bypass everything by making sure all the effects buttons are unlit--the amp has a bypass indicator on the amp screen, too.

    Danny W.
     

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