Issues with the spill over drowning out my guitar, help.
I’ll be honest, I’m a bit of a Noob when it comes the this unit so I’ll do my best to explain my issue. I started having this weird thing happen while playing my G-system this weekend. I was playing a batch that I copied from the presets called 80’s hall of fame. The best way to describe what is happening is when I switch from that patch to another patch the spill over sound from the 80’s patch gets super loud. So loud it almost drowns out my guitar playing. I didn’t make any edits to any of my patches before this started happening. It’s also not just that patch. This is happening with all my patches, but it’s more noticeable with patches that have reverb or a delay.
Here is a breakdown of my signal path. I’m playing a Mesa Boogie Roadster combo in the 4CM with balanced cables. I have a Wampler Superplex in loop 1, TS-9 in loop 2 and a OCD in loop 3. I also have the preamp of the roadster in the insert loop and a Dunlop 6166 using the 1⁄4” TRS-Dual TS “Y-Cable plugged into the GFX01 volume input. Lastly, Im using a MAG with the RRN cable to switch the channels on my amp.
I’m completely at a loss as to what could be causing this issue. I’ve posted on this forum before and everyone has been so helpful. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.