#1
I have an interesting situation. I just moved into an apartment where everyone can hear me do everything, it sucks, so my Laney lx120 Twin is more than just useless to me now. I'm trying to seel it but no one will buy it for some reason. That isn't even my real predicament. I need something to replace it, I need to be able to hear myself practice, so I've been looking into Line 6 pods. I originally went to look into the

pocket pod (http://line6.com/pocketpod/) because it's inexpensive and is good for practicing. But then I realized that I would also like to record so I could redo some of my band's songs instead of just having live ones, so I looked into the
Pod UX2 studio ( for recording, but I don't want to be stuck on the computer all the time as it's my girlfriend's computer) (http://line6.com/podstudioux2/). So I wanted the full effect
and I was looking at the
Pod X3 Live, (http://line6.com/podx3live/) because it has everything I want, but at a pretty steep price range comparatively. So I just recently found out about the
JM4 loop (http://line6.com/jm4looper/index.html) pedal and it seems to be an inbetween kinda situation, in price and everything. Now I was hoping someone could help me decide whioch one is my best option for now, and if there are any suggestions from other companies, I'm open, I just favour the Line 6 right now. Thanks in advance for any help.
Last edited by Swanman24 at Sep 18, 2009,
#2
X3 live

everything else is like "meh" to me
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#3
I got a Line 6 Spidervalve 212 for xmas and it was hands down the greatest amp i've ever played. Its perfect because its quiet enough for playing in a room where you need to keep the volume down low and it can also get high enough for playing shows and what not. Put it to you this way: its louder than my friends mesa boogie triple rectifier. very very versatile
#4
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X3 live

everything else is like "meh" to me


That's what I was kinda thinking, however I'm still paying off a guitar and that would be fairly expensive, should I just wait and get the X3?
#5
Quote by guitarman47
I got a Line 6 Spidervalve 212 for xmas and it was hands down the greatest amp i've ever played. Its perfect because its quiet enough for playing in a room where you need to keep the volume down low and it can also get high enough for playing shows and what not. Put it to you this way: its louder than my friends mesa boogie triple rectifier. very very versatile


The 212 has supposedly been discontinued, so I couldn't look into it unfortunately. Any other suggestions?