hi everyone, does anyone have a preset for a code 50 for Leslie West. if anyone here is old enough to remember who that is?
think MOUNTAIN or MISSISSIPPI QUEEN.
also, is there a way any answers i may get show up in my email, or do i have to keep checking back on the forum?
thanks so much
what footswitch is used with theAS50D? Will the PEDL91003 ? It said in manual PEDL-10029 can not find one to buy?
how load preset downloaded whit my computer into marshall code 50 into my iphone.
how do i upload a preset to the web page
A number of months ago Marshall responded on this Forum that a simple up/down footswitch would be available Early 2017 for use with the Code 50 Amp, which I own. I noted that a recent firmware update included files for this pedal and also note that a "PEDL-91010" 2 way Footswitch is "included" with the 100 watt versions of the Code Series Amps. What about us Legacy Users?? When/Where can I purchase a 2-way pedal, and what is the price? Thank you!!
I've read the manual. This has worked before. Tried it with my iPhone on and off.
Hi I need info for type of Tube / Valve for vs265 ca. year 2000
I'm looking for a footswitch for a VS265 any ideas Whwere ti find
Has anyone had any success in using the CODE 50 with Propellerhead's Reason DAW via the USB connection?
My Windows laptop recognizes the CODE 50 when I hook it up, but Reason doesn't recognize it as a valid audio input that I can record from. I'm thinking it may be an ASIO issue. I know I can just run the headphone out of the CODE 50 into my Focusrite audio interface, but I was just curious about the USB option.
Is there someone who knows to get a good Slayer sound as the album of Reign in Blood? What are the best settings and what amp?
The noise comes and goes the more I play.
I love the sound of this amp but can't get rid of this noise.
The first time I connected to my new Code 50 via Bluetooth on my iPad and iPhone there were no issues (2 weeks ago). Went to connect today (2/17/17) and could not with either device.
1. Went to settings and "forgot device".
2. Shutoff amp and devices, restarted amp and devices.
3. Back to settings, Bluetooth, and paired iPhone to amp. Showed as connected.
4. Opened Gateway changed home screen to amp and tapped to sync. NOTHING!
5. Opened Menu, Code, no amp detected, tapped scan for amps, NOTHING!
Definitely a problem with your Gateway App. Please correct and email me at Olhoss.email@example.com when issue is corrected.
if you can't correct problem please forward me the shipping costs so I can return it. The app was the deciding factor for going with the Code 50.
Habe mein Galaxy s5mini mit dem Code 50 Gekoppelt und kann auch Musik abspielen.
Auf die Gateway App kann ich allerdings nich zugreifen.
Ich Scane for Amps aber die Meldung Not Conneceded erschein immer wieder auf dem Display.
Habe die App schon neu Installiert,aber leider ohne Erfolg.
Wo liegt der Fehler?
Danke für eine Rückmeldung.
i'm finding that when i store my settings manually on the amp it freezes and wont go onto any other settings. lucking turning the amp off and on again solves it. i'm just wondering how frequent of an issue that is with other code amps. it's a bit frustrating and the gateway app is a bit tempremental. i do like my amp other no issues with the foot pedal but if i was having a session changing my settings the amp would drive me mental.
Hi. First just to say that a am generally very happy with the CODE50 & it is definitely filling a gap to provide great practice tones with aux input from LickLibrary & my son's vdrum set to jam along! I have a coupe of items I wanted to put out there to the forum:
So the fizz - has anyone else noticed a very high end (treble) fizz or harsh crackle to the tone on most 'unsaturated' presets? It almost sounds like a digital clipping at the high end of the spectrum to my ear. It is definitely worse when using my 2015 Gibson Les Paul Less+ (which has the brass zero fret nut) like the amp is reacting to some of the pronounced higher frequencies on this guitar but it is also noticable with other guitars using a standard nut material.
The cabinet resonance I guess is due to the relatively light weight MDF that the cab is constructed of which appears to vibrate a little too readily has the master gets to about 1.5 / 10. I have dabbled a little with the resonance / presence settings under the speaker cab which has helped control it a little but I would be interested in any other ideas for reducing that boooom that can wash out the tone. I do have a 4 ohm Celestion G12T-75 from a long broken Marshall SS 50w combo which I am thinking of trying out - it is a physically heavier speaker than the CODE one pre-installed but I don't think structurely this will be a problem for the cabinet. I would appreciate any other ideas - anyone added noise suppression foam to the inside of the cab (as used in noisy PC towers) or anything else?
Why don't the Code combos have speaker out jacks?
This is incredibly frustrating and made more so due to the nearly year long wait for the Code head to be available in the US. I am very interested to hear the modeling through 1960 cabs, and it simply doesn't make sense to have a completely closed system on the combo amps.
Please consider this option in subsequent versions.
So ive been using my code50 for about a month now. Only really used it at my house and im getting on really well with it, i love it. Dead easy to use and like using a mixture of gateway and pedal.
I took it to band practice the other day, a chance for it to really show me what it can do. Turned it up to about half way on the master volume and i had this horrible screeching feedback come through every time i even touched my guitar strings. Almost as if my guitar was right up against the amp but it wasnt.
Was fine on a clean setting, only when i had it on a distorted setting
Anyone else having this issue?
how do i make its work
I got my CODE all set up with tones that I thought were going to work well. Used it at practice for the first time yesterday and found out that everything seemed boomy. I didn't have time to experiment too much, but any suggestions on what to adjust to try to get rid of the boominess? If it matters, I have the volume set pretty low on the patch and had the master volume up pretty high. I don't use any real high gain stuff - just your basic dirty/crunch types of tones. Good example is the factory default Plexi. Thanks in advance!
I was able to connect only once. What am I doing wrong? Help!