#1
i went into the store and asked the guy who owns the place (who i know personally, not just through going there) what he had in the was of good multi-FX set ups. he said that for my budget, the Line6 Floor Pod was a good choice.

i played it and liked it, but since im going to be thrashing the hell out of this thing if i buy it, what are they like for durability?

i dont want to spend £120 on something thats going to break in a week. after Line 6's spider III flop, i dont know what to expect.

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#2
-push- :S

ignored much.

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Danelectro Cool Cat Drive
Boss EQ


#3
Don't wait 30 minutes to bump a topic...give it at least a few hours, sheez.

I love my XT Live, and it's very durable, but it and the floor pod are definitely two different things. Never tried one.
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#4
the XT live is in the shop for £312. lols. somehow i dont think i could afford that.

i can barely afford the floor pod at the moment. only cos im well connected in my town :L

well, connected with musicians, the the store owner James.

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Epiphone Futura Custom Prophecy (Twin EMG)
Vox Valvetronix VT20+
Vox Wah
Boss MD-2
Danelectro Cool Cat Drive
Boss EQ


#5
i have an XT-Live that i run beside my "normal" rig. i'd just save up for it, to be honest. the POD is nice, but the XT-Live just blows it out of the water, in my opinion. all the line 6 stuff that i've owned/used has been built like a tank, so you could check into buying one used.