#1
Hi,

I'm looking to improve my gear. I have a Westfield E2000, an electro-acoustic crafter, a rowland microcube and a crybaby wah. I want to improve it without getting a new amp or guitar.

What should I be looking for?

Do I want a guitar amp modeller like a line 6 pod?

Thanks

JT80
Last edited by JTeighty at Dec 8, 2009,
#2
no, a pod would not be an improvement over a roland microcube. get yourself a proper guitar amp.
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Guitar Rig:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Godin Freeway
Korg DTR2000 Tuner
Axon Ax100
Hughes & Kettner Triamp Mk||
Boss V-Wah, CE-5, TR-2

Bass Rig:
Ibanez sr700
Ampeg BA600/115
Boss MT-2
#3
Quote by viper_mike
no, a pod would not be an improvement over a roland microcube. get yourself a proper guitar amp.


You're crazy. A POD would be a vast improvement over a Microcube, imo.

TS is better off getting a better amp no matter how good the POD may (or may not) be.
#4
Quote by JTeighty
Hi,

I'm looking to improve my gear. I have a Westfield E2000, an electro-acoustic crafter, a rowland microcube and a crybaby wah. I want to improve it without getting a new amp or guitar.

What should I be looking for?

Do I want a guitar amp modeller like a line 6 pod?

Thanks

JT80


getting a modeller to work with a modeller doesnt give good results, I know i have a ME-50 and have played it through my Line 6 and my friends Vox VT-30 it sounds really really bad. But ok through my other friends Valvestate which still isnt the best amp ever.
Gear:
LTD Viper-50
LTD V-250
Line 6 Spider iii 15
Randall RX120R
Boss ME-50
#5
Budget?
Used/New?
Home/Gigging?
Music styles you play?
etc
Fender American Special HSS Stratocaster
Ibanez 1987 Roadstar II Deluxe
Yamaha THR10X
Marshall JCM900 SL-X
Ibanez WD-7 Weeping Demon Wah
TC Electronic Polytune
Seymour Duncan Tweakfuzz
#6
I wouldn't get the POD if you plan on keeping the Cube (I think thats what you're trying to say)...effects processors usually don't play well with modelling amps.
#7
Quote by viper_mike
no, a pod would not be an improvement over a roland microcube. get yourself a proper guitar amp.


Ok. If I were to get a new/used amp what would you suggest? I don't play at giggs so mainly for home use. My budget would be around £150.

With a new amp would I need an amp modeller and a multi FX?

Thanks

JT80