#1
Anybody have experience wit the line6 PODxt for bass?
Im going into University in September to do Studio and Performance technology and Instead taking an amp to record I am thinkin of simply investing in a POD. Much easier to transport with a bass as I will be getting the train or driving to uni.
I have heard nothing but good about them in a recording environment so I was wondering what your thoughts on them were?
#3
Quote by grifff
Never used one but also look into the Tech 21 SansAmp bass driver, they are apparently a really great DI unit.

This. These are very good, go grab one!!!
#4
The Bass PODxt is amazing for what it is. Personal preference says that a better tone will come through a good amp and/or DI (Sansamp BDDI is my reccomendation) but if you need a bunch of effects and tones, go for it. If you need a solid clean (and overdriven) tone/recording device, the BDDI is the way to go.
Millie, my Peavey Grind Fiver
Peavey BAM 210 350w combo amp
Sansamp Bass Driver DI
Modded Ernie Ball VP Jr.
Monster Bass Cable, 21'

Quote by NakedBassist
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#5
I want something pretty versatile. So I think it should be good for me.
I will still be using my trusty amp for gigs though!