“Cloud Presets” is a MENU utility button function (see page 33) that gives the user access to an entire world of presets other than those already found in the amp, including featured presets, artist presets and more. Through the amplifier’s WiFi connectivity, users can preview, play, download and share a wealth of cloud-stored Fender presets that enormously expand Rumble Studio 40/Stage 800’s creative possibilities.
To begin using Cloud Presets, press the MENU utility button and use the ENCODER to scroll to and select “CLOUD PRESETS” from the menu shown (see illustrations below).
After selecting “CLOUD PRESETS” from the menu, follow the instructions in the DISPLAY WINDOW to enter a log-in code, which the user obtains online by going to tone.fender.com and clicking on “Set Up Amp” (see illustration below). The code only needs to be entered once; the user remains logged in once the code is entered. Use the ENCODER to enter each code character using the process described on page 11.
Once logged in, use the ENCODER to scroll through and select cloud preset categories (see illustration below).
Once a cloud preset category is chosen, scroll through list of presets shown; the highlighted preset will automatically be played/previewed. To add a highlighted preset to the amp, press the SAVE utility button (see illustration on next page).
To view or edit the individual contents of the highlighted cloud preset before saving it to the amp as described above, press the ENCODER on it (see illustration below).
When viewing or editing the contents of a cloud preset before saving it to the amp, the DISPLAY WINDOW will show the contents of the preset along with a green “cloud” symbol (in place of the preset number) that identifies it as a cloud preset that has not been saved to the amp. Cloud presets can be edited as any onboard preset can; when edits are complete, press the SAVE utility button to save the edited cloud preset. Note that if the user scrolls to the next or previous preset while on a cloud preset, the cloud preset will disappear since it is not saved to amp (see illustration below).
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