#1
(I apologize about my english)
I want to buy a POD, but I don't know wich one I have to buy.
I want to record stuff (I have a M-Audio Fast Track), but I want live gear too.
I have to choose Pod X3 or Pod X3 live? Can I record with Pod X3 Live?
#6
I heard that X3 Live was better. Someone told me that HD500 have some technical issues
#7
Hd500
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#8
I had a X3 live and sold it after I got my HD500. The HD500 is much better.
#9
Quote by randycrusy
I heard that X3 Live was better. Someone told me that HD500 have some technical issues

they are a fool.

hd500


have used both. hd500 is much better.
#10
But I heard on youtube the HD500 and I didn't like it.
But I have to test it. =) I play melodic instrumental rock -like Neil Zaza-, HD500 have good stuff to play this kind of music?
#13
I had an XT Live which was the guy before the X3 I believe and it was nice, got rid of it a while back, if I was going to go back to a POD I would certainly go with the HD500 that thing is a BEAST for what it is. And yes if its still the same as my POD was (most likely is) then all you have to do is plug it in via the USB port and it will interface really well with your computer and recording software, mine would even integrate into my skype and stuff so I could do an E-jam with a buddy 600 miles away.