#1
Guys, I have a Peavey Valveking 112 (50W) and was thinking in exchange for a POD X3 live to play and record at home, I would put it on pc and also play with headphones, and I want to hear from you as to whether worth change, what the advantages and disadvantages.

PS: I live in an apartment and have to leave the volume of the amplifier very low, not taking the distortion so that want.

Sorry for the bad english i am brazilian
Last edited by zEx Rockz at Jun 7, 2010,
#3
A POD X3 sounds better overall than the Valveking (in my opinion.) However, the Valveking isn't that good of an amp anyway.

Considering your situation, it would probably be a better idea to get the X3 anyway.
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#4
I didn't care for the stock valve king that much. The x3 is pretty good, and a modeler setup sounds like it would be a good option for you with the volume issue. I would probably vote for the x3, the only downside is that you have to get some powered monitors for jamming without headphones.
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I didn't care for the stock valve king that much. The x3 is pretty good, and a modeler setup sounds like it would be a good option for you with the volume issue. I would probably vote for the x3, the only downside is that you have to get some powered monitors for jamming without headphones.


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however, if you're playing at home, then dont bother with the live, just get the bean shaped version. once you get the money, get a decent pair of studio monitors so that you can get an even frequency response for mixing and stuff like that
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