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  • micketracks
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-19

    Hi All. Does anyone know if G-Major display spares are available?

    Does G-Major 2 display fit into older G-Major?

    Thanks! Mike

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  • Trig242
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-19

    Hi, 

    I understand that the BG250 series of products has been discontinued.  I was able to purchase a new one at Guitar Center recently, will be delivered in a few days time.  The Tone Print feature was one that was a bit of a selling point for me.  I only recently discovered the series, as I only now was in the market for a bass amp.

    I downloaded the Android app and noticed the BG250 is not an option for Tone Prints.  Are these still available if I use the computer application and send via cable to the amp?

    Thanks,

    CM

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  • Converse26
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-02-15

    Hello everyone, I'm looking for help with my flashback triple delay. I recently purchased the micro clock from disaster area after confirming with them that it would work as a global tap tempo as I turn on and off the delays on my FTD. I cannot get the FTD to receive the midi clock. Please help?! I've tried settings on the micro clock and I'm wondering if there is something on the FTD that I have to do. Are there any internal DIP switches that I need to configure? I am not well versed with midi and this is my first attempt to use it on my pedal board and would greatly appreciate any help or advice. Thanks in advance. 

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    • Converse26
      TC-Rasmus

      Hi Converse26


       


      The Flashback Triple Delay only recieves MIDI signal on MIDI channel 1, so you need your Micro Clock to send the tempo on that channel. I'm not well versed in MIDI either, but you should be able to control which channel your sending from the Micro Clock unit.

      • February 17, 2020
  • armandospiffy
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-01-27

    Is it possible to use TonePrints across models of pedals? Say a Flashback TonePrint on a HOF pedal?

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  • Anto
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-11-03

    Hi

    I'm a huge fan of the Crystal delay on the  flashback 2. Does anyone know if a new triple delay is coming out with the same feature? 

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    • Anto
      TC-Mike

      Hi Anto,


      there is currently no triple delay version of the Fb 2 planned, but there might be another product soon that will be able to cover the same functionality.


      Best,


      Mike


       


       

      • November 5, 2019
  • brodromal
    Contributor - Level 2
    2020-02-12

    Hello!

    I'm a newbie, so my question may seem stupid, but

    There is the only one tube replacement light on Bugera V5 Infinium. So wich tube it is associated with: 12AX7 in preamp, or EL84 in output? In other words, which tube should I replace when the light lit?

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    • brodromal
      brodromal

      Am I right in thinkin that this super popular forum is the only one form of technical support of Bugera? Well, bravo 

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      • March 2, 2020
    • brodromal
      RexBeckett


      @brodromal wrote:


      Am I right in thinkin that this super popular forum is the only one form of technical support of Bugera? Well, bravo 





      @brodromal 


      Hello Roman, no that is not the case. This is a user forum and, while some of our experienced members can often help to solve problems, we are not the only way to get technical support for Music Tribe products.


       


      You can request technical support through the Care ticket system. Click on Support at the top of this page and then click Create a Care ticket. This is only possible if you have completed all required fields in your profile. Also make sure to fill-in all the required fields in the Care form. Keep an eye on your email spam folder - some members have missed responses from the Care team when they ended-up there.

      • March 2, 2020
  • MWasarab
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-09

    Very interested in the Plethora, looking forward to trying it as a replacement for my ancient Digitech RP1000.   Will I be able to use the four-cable method to hook it into the effects loop of my amplifier, AND run a pedal or two in front of it (like the Digitech Freqout, maybe a wah, and a boost)?  I want the outboard pedals, plus the compressor of the Plethora  to go into the input of the amp, and all the time-based effects like chorus, delay and reverb in the loop of the amp.  Will this be possible?  Want to keep the plethora slots open for chorus plus multiple delays, reverb, etc.  

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    • MWasarab
      TC-Mike

      Yes, that totally works. The send/return of the Plethora can be anywhere in the signal flow (also in front and after)
      and you can also set individual Fx pedals to "kill dry" in case you use a parallel Fx loop. So the Plethora is very flexible in that regard. 


      Best regards,


      Mike

      • March 10, 2020
  • WinterHill
    Contributor - Level 1
    2019-11-07

    I am adding this here because I have not been able to lodge a "Care Ticket" without Google Chrome browser hanging and failing to complete the process.

    I am seeking access to a more extensive documentation of the lastest version of toneprint (in this case, as it relates to Flashback 2). Specifically, an explanation of all of the parameters present within each of the different delay templates (Tape, Digital etc etc) and a more detailed documentation of what these parameters refer to (for e.g. Wow - shape of the LFO, how the knob % value relates to a specific cycle rate, is it fixed or randomised etc etc) OR simply more detailed descriptions of the available values (i.e. the clipping types and why each have been included, or to what the abbreviations refer).

    In some cases it would be nice if the knob values simply reflected these real world values (e.g. Hz), rather than percentages. When toneprinting hardware emulations in studios (for e.g. RE-201, RE-501, Fulltone Tube tape echos, Lexicon Prime Time etc etc) we are happy just using our ears, but in some cases would find it quicker and more precise to use other tools available to us (RX Advanced, Oscilloscopes etc) to match the behaviours more precisely. Providing additional information would make this process simpler.

    Toneprint is such a powerful tool, we would like to be able to use it in a slightly more informed manner. It doesn't appear that this documentation has been updated since the initial version of the application and I think it would be useful if this updated information were made available in either a Toneprint manual or within the individual pedal manuals. Even instructions for quick functions like clearing a parameter from knob assignment is not immediately clear and would benefit from explicit documentation; this was not included in the original documentation.

    PS. As an aside, it'd be nice if you could combine any of the possible note subdivisions when assigning behaviours to the switch. On a space echo my favourite setting is a crotchet with a minim triplet (heads 2 and 3) and while I can configure each of these singularly, I cannot combine the two and must settle on the compromise of a crotchet with a dotted 8th; a quite different feeling combination.

    Thanks for your time. Hopefully others may agree and this post can further the development of such documentation.

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    • WinterHill
      TC-Mike

      Hi WinterHill,


      regarding the failed ticket submit, can you Pm me a screenshot of the date you entered, so i can pass this on to our developers. We had more customers reporting the same thing and would like to get to the bottom of this asap. Please also include your Os version , so we can try to reproduce the issue.


      As for the your question regarding a more detailed parameter documentation, we currently don't have an updated manual available, but it is planned will include mouse over help in future versions of the toneprint app.. 


      Regarding the Flashback 2 parameters, i attached some basic parameter desciptions for all Fb2 parameters in the toneprint app .  Please note this is not an official relased document, but something i made myself for internal use.... Hope this helps you get a better understanding of the product.

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      Have a nice weekend and best regards from the TC tribers,


      Mike



       

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      • November 7, 2019
    • WinterHill
      TC-Mike

      attached are all parameter descriptions for the new Tape delay algo....


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      Fb 2 Tape delay parameters.PNG
      • November 7, 2019
    • WinterHill
      TC-Mike

      and here are the parameter descriptions of the Modulation and Octaver block..
      !!please note that Mod and Octaver cannot be used in conjunction with the Tape algo due to DSP limitations (or rather because the Tape emulation uses a lot! of DSP cycles!!


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      Fb2 Modulation and octaver parameters.PNG
      • November 7, 2019
    • WinterHill
      deegriffee

      Please provide a parameter list for the Quintessance Harmonizer

      • February 18, 2020
  • BirgerAndresen
    Contributor - Level 3
    2020-01-13

    Hi.

    I just ordered two Bonafide buffers and then i read about other buffers having different voltages depending if they where placed in a line level loop or not. So i wonder, can the TC Electronic Bonafide buffer handle a guitar amp line level fx loop? 

    Thank you =)

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    • BirgerAndresen
      macfilipe

      I'm not sure about the headroom on the Bonafide (even though I suspect it can handle line levels), but is there any specific reason why you'd want a separate buffer on a line level fx loop?


      I only ask this because a line level fx loop is most probably (certainly?) already buffered, and any effects pedals / rack units you use on an fx loop are, by definition, buffered - as long as they're active.

      • January 12, 2020
    • BirgerAndresen
      BirgerAndresen

      Thank you for the reply.


      No the loop is passive and not buffered, that's why i need a buffer in the loop =)

      • January 12, 2020
    • BirgerAndresen
      TC-Lars

      Hi Birger.

      The bonafide buffer should have no problem with "line level" signals. 
      The term "line level" is not really a standard, unfortunately, so it's difficult to say what the actual level is in your product, but most likely there will be no problem. 

      Best Regards,
      Lars

      • January 13, 2020
    • BirgerAndresen
      TC-Lars

      Just out of curiosity, which guitar amplifier do you have.

      In my opinion it's not plausible that an effects loop in a guitar amplifier can be passive. Not if it's placed after the preamp section of the amplifier. In this case the preamp will be the "buffer". 

      Maybe I'm not seeing the full picture, but in any case the bonafide buffer is a great little buffer and I hope you get great sounds out of your setup

      /Lars

      • January 13, 2020
    • BirgerAndresen
      BirgerAndresen

      I have the Ceriatone Overtone Special. I discovered the tone loss when i used the amp for the first time in band rehearsel this wekeend and i used the Fx-loop. The difference between using the loop and just going in the front was huuuge, but not surprising when i run a total of approximately 15 meters(50 ft) of cable + 5 pedals in the loop. The treble and sparkle was just gone, the hole thing just sounded muffled.


      So i really hope a buffer or two can help =D

      • January 13, 2020
  • nicojacguitar12
    Contributor - Level 1
    2020-03-09

    My hof2 level kills all the dry signal from my guitar. At 10 o'clock I don't have any signal. But after 11 I only have the effected signal without any dry. Help! 

     

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    • nicojacguitar12
      macfilipe

      Hi @nicojacguitar12 :


      1) are you using default toneprint #3? - this toneprint uses the MASH switch as a volume pedal, so you'll only hear your dry signal when you keep the switch pressed down; 


      If you can't hear dry signal in any other preset:


      2) are you using the pedal in "kill dry" mode? - remove the back cover and check the dip switches at the top; if both are to the right (as you look at the pedal with the power jack pointing up), flip the bottom one to the left and check your sound again.


      If none of this helps, let us know and someone cleverer than me will probably be around with another solution for you 

      • March 9, 2020
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