#1
I play Progressive Rock, Progressive metal, Mathrock, Postrock, avante garde rock/metal, and ambient soundscaping.

I wanted to know a bit about the Vetta I was not able to find out.
Not many youtube videos on it exept for one where the guy only shows song presets. And Line 6 doesn't have the Vetta 1 on their website!
Now I gig regularly and use quite a few pedals and would be using the amplifier for all my non-fuzz Gain structures.
Can the channels on the Vetta be switched any other way besides the Floorboard?
Can it be used with the non Vetta Speakers or will that mess with the Cabinet modeling and such?
Will it suit my needs?
All of the onboard effects with my current effects would be such a great addition as I tend to use a lot of effects and channels in my music.
#2
my friend uses a vetta for prog rock/metal and it works pretty good for him after switching from a peavey xxx and a massive pedalboard
i'm not 100% sure but i think using a different cab will have no effect on the cab modeling other than the unavoidable fact that the sound will be coming through different speakers thus sounding slightly different
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#5
not really

the hd150 its the spider vulve head

and the hd147 head its a different animal, more metal-oriented
#6
Yes, HD is head.

The Vetta I is basically the same as the Vetta II besides the obvious cosmetic differences and that it has the Variax options as an upgradable feature, instead of being built in. The software can be updated for free to the Vetta II's software, so sound-wise, they are the same.

The Vetta can be switched via the FBV floorboard or a MIDI controller. IMO, it sounds best with different speakers, though I'm amazed at how ridiculously tight my combo stays with the internal speakers, even though it's an open-back cab.

I'd say it'd be awesome for what you're using it for
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#7
Thanks a lot!

I'm testing it out tomorow.
Does it take pedals well?
I'm worried about my Fuzz pedals
#8
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Thanks a lot!

I'm testing it out tomorow.
Does it take pedals well?
I'm worried about my Fuzz pedals
No idea, I don't use pedals, and even if I did, I'd just use the built-in ones
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#10
I don't think Vetta would be the best amp for running pedals thru..
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I don't think Vetta would be the best amp for running pedals thru..

It should do fine. Just run a clean amp model or run some effects in the loop.

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#12
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']I play with about 18 pedals so I NEED pedal usuability


If all you want it for is to use pedals through it, I'd suggest you just buy an amp that has great cleans and use your pedals with it.

The Vetta is a great sounding amp with awesome models, but I think using distortion pedals and other things with it kind of defeats the purpose of the point of the amp.
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