is there a solution for a better adjusting the Master Volume of the Code 50 . Actually i turn the Master Volume to 1, if i turn it up to 1.4 it's too loud. I don't want to adjust the PreAmp Volume, cause it will change the tone. I want to adjust the overall sound with the Master Volume and keep all the tone settings, no matter if i play at home or with the band. I also read the article "CODE 50 Master Volume Issue " from 26.Oct.2016. Is there a solution in the meantime?
I have (3) suggestions to consider...
1. Create a copy of the preferred Preset then try to adjust the volume to get the levels that will work. Then switch between the two Presets depending on the requirement.
2. Use the volume control on the guitar. Stratocasters have excellent volume pots and make it easy to dial in the volume without causing excessive signal loss or changing the tonal qualities. Les Pauls don't seem to have the same level of sensitivity for some reason. Gretsches have a master and this works well also.
3. Use a volume pedal. Real old school but very reliable. Only issue might be if the pedal changes the tone in some way. If you have a retailer nearby that stocks pedals like this, take your gear to the store and test some pedals. The better models should not add resistance to the signal path, or alter the tone settings.
Some time ago I presented Marshall with the suggestion of a power level control similar to the VOX solution. Maybe this will appear on the next versions of the equipment.
Hope this helps. Cheers!