DylanHendrix
Acid King
Join date: Oct 2009
477 IQ
#1
Hello everyone, I recently moved into an apartment and playing my Vox AC30 is not possible late at night, therefore I was thinking about buying the POD studio GX. Now I don't know anything about guitar amp software so I was wondering how this stuff actually works. Do I need to buy a studio monitor? Do I have to buy certain "amp model" software? Also what sort of minimum computer spec's do I have to be running, I have a fairly crappy laptop that runs Windows Vista basic. Thanks
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Doesn't speak guitar
Join date: Dec 2009
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#2
Quote by DylanHendrix
Hello everyone, I recently moved into an apartment and playing my Vox AC30 is not possible late at night, therefore I was thinking about buying the POD studio GX. Now I don't know anything about guitar amp software so I was wondering how this stuff actually works. Do I need to buy a studio monitor? Do I have to buy certain "amp model" software? Also what sort of minimum computer spec's do I have to be running, I have a fairly crappy laptop that runs Windows Vista basic. Thanks


Well if you want to record the studio or UX are alright. They come with software. You would want decent monitors.

If you want a standalone unit for late night get a POD HD, simple to use, plug in headphones are you are ready to go. Also it plugs into the computer for recording. The HD will sound better than the studio SW.
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