#1
I wanting to use this for practice/light stuido use, I will also be using it as an inerface. Is the quaitly pretty good, or would the Pod 2.0 be better?
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#2
if you've got the budget get the 2.0
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#3
Well I found a used 2.0 in good condition for a far price, I will give an indepth reveiw once I get it, hopfully it will do what I want.
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Peavey MS412 Cab Celestion G12K-85's
POD 2.0 (the ultimate practice setup)
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#4
Pod 2.0 but is much better and has much more variaty, my dad has a pocket pod and i have a pod 2.0, although the tuner on the pocket pod is alot better.

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#6
The only relevant difference between the two is that the Pod 2.0 passes audio through USB, whereas the Pocket Pod doesn't.
#7
^ The POD 2.0 doesn' t have a USB conection, and from my research the 2.0 is a superior product when it comes to sound quailty, plus the whole battery powered thing put me off a bit. Not to mention I found a used 2.0 cheaper than the pocket pod, and is in like new condition. I have used the 2.0 before and liked it, hopfully I can dail in some good Stuido tones, but really Im mostly buying it for practice, but hoping it will be good stuido tool as well.
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Johnbryant you are obviously a genius

My Gear
Custom USA Standard Telecaster
Peavey Triple XXX 212 Combo
Peavey MS412 Cab Celestion G12K-85's
POD 2.0 (the ultimate practice setup)
Guild DV6
#8
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^ The POD 2.0 doesn' t have a USB conection, and from my research the 2.0 is a superior product when it comes to sound quailty, plus the whole battery powered thing put me off a bit. Not to mention I found a used 2.0 cheaper than the pocket pod, and is in like new condition. I have used the 2.0 before and liked it, hopfully I can dail in some good Stuido tones, but really Im mostly buying it for practice, but hoping it will be good stuido tool as well.


Right, I must have been thinking of the xt...

If it sounds better to you, go for it.

The Pocket Pod can also be powered using an adapter.
#9
Quote by Johnbryant
^ The POD 2.0 doesn' t have a USB conection, and from my research the 2.0 is a superior product when it comes to sound quailty, plus the whole battery powered thing put me off a bit. Not to mention I found a used 2.0 cheaper than the pocket pod, and is in like new condition. I have used the 2.0 before and liked it, hopfully I can dail in some good Stuido tones, but really Im mostly buying it for practice, but hoping it will be good stuido tool as well.


The Pocket POD is a POD 2.0 in a smaller case with fewer controls, they sound the same.

I've never had batteries in my PP since I bought it, it takes any guitar pedal power adaptor.
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