#1
So has anyone seen the video on YouTube by line 6 demonstrating it?

I want to know if it really soundss that great for like blues and classic rock? Like they have such a great tone and I understand they probably did an enourmous amount of mixing and eqing, but I just want a smiliar tone to what they have going. So can I do it with a rocktron 25?
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#2
You want to be able to push a pod through a simple amp thats got great cleans going on. Even through a PA would work. Ideally, I'm trying to get a jazz chorus for this situation.

I've got a Podxt and I get some gnarly tones out of it. Don't run it through an amp as of now since I have a 5150 and a modeler.

Avoid running it through modelers. I checked your amp online and it looks like it should work. There are so many different things to tweak that you should forget about the tones you heard. I guarantee you will make ones that you like even better.

And no I haven't seen the video on youtube.
#3
Thanks man! I'm pretty pumped now lol
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#4
If you know who Arjen Anthony Lucassen is (Ayreon) or Steve Wilson (Porcupine Tree) and listen to their music...you'll find out what a good POD 2.0 can sound like when recorded and mastered!

(check out Star One's "Sandrider" if you're a metal head and doubt it's dirty potential, or any of Ayreon's "the Human Equation" CD for diversity...)
Guitar: Ibanez RG321MH with EMG 85/60
Amp: Peavey 6505+ 1x12 combo
Musical styles: Progressive rock, thrash metal, post-hardcore.