I don't own a Gigboard, so it's pretty hard for me to comment on that. I am interested in the FM3 to potentially replace the Axe 3 as I don’t need the full power and the smaller form factor is neat.

If you use 2-3 IR's for all your patches you could easily just make 2-3 presets with all the settings ready to go and you're done. "Why is Line 6 not responding???" If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. I would strongly advise anyone who gets the Stomp to drop another $20 on a dual foot switch or go all out for the $130 expression pedal with the toe switch (that's what I do).. You can post now and register later. I realize though I only use about 10% of its capability and I'd like to downsize to something smaller. To me, the Stomp feels/sounds more refined where the Gigboard feels more raw - both of those are in a good way. × Add to that the Gigboard and I'm at my budget... which is cool for 2020. The HX Stomp does have Stereo Effects loop I/O, where the Gigboard has built-in stereo modulation and delay effects, but doesn't have Stereo Effects Loop I/O which I found to be an odd decision from Headrush, that was probably done to keep the Gigboard from biting into Headrush Pedalboard sales. Press J to jump to the feed. I really would love to see something between the size of the Stomp and LT. Or if they could make a new version or firmware update with quicker patch switching that would reduce the need to stack multiple amps in one patch, kind of like the Gigboard. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding.

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At the end of the day, whatever anyone else's experience, you need something you're happy with. I love how my HD500 allows me to easily use the foot switches to bounce between the different banks. I like the bigger size of the headrush more. This is a forum where guitarists, from novice to experienced, can explore the world of guitar through a variety of media and discussion. The touch screen menu driven interface seems to be more intuitive then the Stomp. Despite those differences, for me, I've never doubted the decision.

By tforest, September 23, 2019 in Helix. biggest thing is the processing power. The HX Stomp manual is here: https://line6.com/data/6/0a020a4010c935bb66a4c0c44f/application/pdf/HX Stomp Manual - English .pdf.

You must log in or register to reply here. I hear ya. If you can't test both units you're going to have to just pick one, and it sounds like you've already got a favourite.

tforest, September 23, 2019 in Helix. Im not sure how it allows you to move between banks either though. In 2019, the two units have diverged: Line 6 stripped out the amp models for the HX Effects, then downsized the Helix into the arguably too-small HX Stomp. Totally agree. So Im either sticking with native or biting the bullet for the LT. This is the one. I suggest you download and read the manuals for each product to get a better sense of how they would meet your needs and preferences. Clear editor. I thought I should point out that the new helix 2.9 firmware coming soon (in beta testing at the moment) includes a similar ability (if not more complex): They're new commands that will be added to the Command Center, so the commands you assign to footswitches will show up in Stomp Mode (as all commands do now). No personal experience but I have read two separate reviews that the headrush tones are more organic. The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. The big advantage of the Gigboard is it's just as powerful as its older brother. TLDR : looking for some real world experience between these two.

To me - I think they are both great products - so I believe you win either way. What expression pedal do you use? Then the toe switch is set to cycle through Stomp modes (preset mode, snapshot mode, stomp mode, etc.). Yeah I feel similar as I have the Axe 3 as my “main” modeler and then the HX Stomp as the auxiliary or fun one. The biggest thing is the processing power. I use expression pedal 1 as my control for all volume bocks, wah, etc.

This unit would be my amp plus pedalboard, I am not a tone snob but I do play metal and hard rock. Size (at least between these two) is a non issue, although I will say I like the bigger size of the headrush more, seems like a proper pedalboard. Welcome to r/guitar, a community devoted to the exchange of guitar related information and entertainment.

This setup gives me a lot of versatility without ever bending over. In the end, I went with the Stomp because I personally feel that it has far better routing capabilities, and I like the sound more. Apply to Join our Public Beta Testing Program. Gigboard - sounds great and all the bread and butter stuff is there. Looking back at the Stomp, while you can switch presets with just the main device, I would strongly advise anyone who gets the Stomp to drop another $20 on a dual foot switch or go all out for the $130 expression pedal with the toe switch (that's what I do). I am really torn between these two. With the HX Stomp, I tried the 2204 but it was too hot. Adding the compressor end of chain and more aggressive high cuts has helped quite a bit.

The Gigboard has fewer fx, but I would never use all of the helix fx anyway. I spend UPDATE 5/18/20: Line 6/YGG COVID-19 Company Status. You don't mention any benefits for the Stomp. The Stomp is often compared to a baby Helix, and there's a lot of truth to that. Heritage 335->Hx Stomp or HD GB->Logic These are in the band context, but I could post also just guitar tracks. This is because it grants you two extra buttons which can do a lot for ease of use with the Stomp without ever bending down. Line 6, Inc. JavaScript is disabled. Well if there's any indication, I haven't really plugged the Gigboard in for a week. Im glad Ive spent some time with it because I now know that a Stomp or Pod go would not make me happy. I think that's a great advice, and I'm probably gonna go for it, just need to find a suitable pedal.   Your link has been automatically embedded. I tinkered with a Plexi too but ended up settling on the Placater Dirty. I don't like that I'm limited to 6 blocks with the Stomp, including amp and cab.

Most of my helix presets have 10-12 blocks. I'll let the FM3s get out in the wild, read all the posts and watch the YT videos - then be ready for one. I bought a set of Fralin Hum-Cancelling Alnico Rod P90s for my G&L ASAT Tribute. I primarily focus on 2 banks with 4 tones (acoustic, clean electric,  electric with more drive and effects, and then a solo). I also occasionally use another bank with all acoustic effects, and then one with all electric effects. The Gigboard wins on the "biggest thing" for you, plus you prefer its size. Paste as plain text instead, ×   You cannot paste images directly. This unit would be my amp plus pedalboard, I am not a tone snob but I do play metal and hard rock. × As usual, I have to use more aggressive high cuts with the same IR (about 6-6.5k compared to 8-10k on the Gigboard). Display as a link instead, × Warning about downloaded tones, patches and presets . I don't like that I'm limited to 6 blocks with the Stomp, including amp and cab. By Im also toying with a Gigboard. Here's some additional thoughts. I have the HX Stomp and Headrush Gigboard (also former user of the Eleven Rack). Spending some time with both this weekend I’m really coming around to the Stomp. Reply to this … If you have guitar related questions, use the "Search" field or ask the community. Helix Stomp vs Headrush Gigboard. I've mostly been swapping between the HX Stomp and the Axe 3. I would love to get a Stomp, however Im unclear how I can obtain a similar set up where I can change between banks without bending down in a live setting.

Well I got to spend a few hours tinkering with the modelers this weekend. In my setup, I have the dual expression pedal. I would love to get a Stomp, however Im unclear how I can obtain a similar set up where I can change between banks without bending down in a live setting. Both units have expression pedal capability and work well in that regard. The Gigboard has fewer fx, but I would never use all of the helix fx anyway. Page 10 gives a good overview of how to use the footswitches (no bending down) to navigate among presets.

My annual bonus/tax return line up together. HeadRush, meanwhile, has delivered just one smaller offering, the Gigboard, with the same range of effects and amp models, plus touchscreen functionality, in a perfectly proportioned format. Ive been adding the LA Comp to the end of every chain using the recommendations from Jason S. On a side note - I haven't touched my Gigboard since getting situated with Helix Native and a midi foot controller. It's six block limit is quite a bit less than the 32 conceivable blocks on its older brother.

The biggest thing is the processing power. There will be Preset, Snapshot and Looper commands. Aside from that, I like the Gigboard - but as a compliment to the Helix/Stomp, not instead of - so I'm in a different place on it. That's fair, I'm just worried about making the wrong decision, I've never dropped this much on equipment before. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

I am a Line 6 user and have enjoyed my HD500 board for many years. One thing I could do better with the Gigboard is to save more presets under effect blocks.



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