Leo Paasch last edited by
Ive never used any software, any pedals, pretty much nothing electronic in my life.....I bought a Line 6 super expensive setup a few years back, didn't understand it, so I sold it.
Now this.....I have no clue what any of this does. I got it because everyone said it's super easy.
I have the spark 40 amp, a riff, and the elite software.....
What is the riff? what does it do? How do I use it.
Software, am I supposed to hook my guitar up to my computer? Then my computer to the amp?
I am genuinely lost, like not even suer what cables to use, I don't even know what the things on the screen do, and the screen won't even go full screen........
Thanks for any help, and Happy New Year
Dan Lawrence last edited by
The Spark 40 is a practice guitar amp. Plug your guitar in, pick a style on the left-most knob and have fun.
If you have a cell phone/tablet, you can download the Spark App, connect to the Spark 40 and access more Presets. You can use the App to modify the Presets to get a specific tone if you’re so inclined. I don’t use the app much anymore since I found the practice tones that I like.
The Riff is used to connect to a computer and record. If you’re not interested in recording then you might consider returning it for refund.
If you also bought BIAS FX, it’s a package that allows you to build detailed pedalboards on your PC/MacBook. I don’t own it so don’t know much more. However, if you didn’t like the Line 6, you’ll probably be really frustrated with FX.