For individual convenience, presets can be grouped together in “Setlists.”These are user-created groups containing any arrangement of presets ideal for a particular situation—a gig or rehearsal, a favorites list, genre, artist list, etc. Simple to create and edit, Setlists personalize and streamline the Mustang GT experience so that users can access multiple presets quickly and easily.
To create a Setlist, first press the MENU utility button and use the ENCODER to scroll to and select SETLISTS:
A green plus-sign box will appear; press the ENCODER on it to create a new Setlist:
A blue box labeled “SETLIST 1” will appear; press the ENCODER on SETLIST 1 to begin adding presets to it:
The green plus-sign box will then reappear; press the ENCODER on it to see a list of presets to select from:
Use the ENCODER to scroll among presets to add to SETLIST 1, then press the ENCODER to select a desired preset:
The selected preset is now added to SETLIST 1; repeat the previous two steps to add additional presets to SETLIST 1. Once multiple presets have been added to SETLIST 1, use the ENCODER to scroll through and activate different presets within the selected Setlist:
When finished creating and using a Setlist, return to main preset mode by pressing the top LAYER BUTTON. Note that when doing this, the PRESET LAYER will display whichever preset was last highlighted in the Setlist:
To clear all presets from a Setlist, use the ENCODER to scroll to the Setlist to be cleared, then press the CONTROLS LAYER button corresponding with the “gear” icon:
“CLEAR SETLIST” will appear in a blue box; press the ENCODER on it to clear all the presets in that Setlist. Alternately, press the top LAYER button corresponding to “back” in the DISPLAY WINDOW to not clear a Setlist:
To delete a single preset within a Setlist, highlight the preset to be deleted by scrolling to it using the ENCODER; press the CONTROLS LAYER button corresponding with the “gear” icon in the DISPLAY WINDOW:
“DELETE” will then appear in a blue box; press the ENCODER on it to delete that preset. Alternately, press the PRESET LAYER button corresponding to “back” in the DISPLAY WINDOW to not delete the preset from the Setlist:
To create subsequent additional Setlists, repeat the steps on pages 26 and 27. These will automatically be labeled “SETLIST 2,”“SETLIST 3” and so on in numerical order.
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