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post Oct 15 2007, 05:34 PM
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Hi all,

Ok this is gonna take some explaining. So im borrowing my friends G2. After messing around i find the drives. i select bG for the mesa. I tehn mess around with the equalizer bass, trbs etc. I then get what i want and store it. Say for eg A0. My question is how do i the drive bG back to its original setting. (so that i can start from scratch with it and mess around to get another sound i want so i can store it agin). I think this makes sense.


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post Oct 15 2007, 05:42 PM
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you can try changing the patch number on the G2, im not entirely sure how they work. however most multi effects have patches you can change between and edit any ones you like. just try editing another patch.

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post Oct 15 2007, 05:49 PM
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I have one of these units.
Keep it plugged in. Turn the unit off, and back on again....and hold down both of the scroll buttons at the same time. You will see the screen "blink" with the G2 logo. After it "blinks" twice, relase the two scroll buttons and press them both (together), one. This sets it back to factory settings. You can also try for an on-line manual.

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