lp4lifessamberl
Registered User
Join date: Apr 2013
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#1
I have a chance to pick one of these up, do they sound good for metal? would it sound good thru studio monitors? what do you think of these units?
R45VT
Doesn't speak guitar
Join date: Dec 2009
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#2
Which POD?

In general the XT, X3 and HD are pretty decent units for the money.
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CorrosionMedia
Almost Sane
Join date: Nov 2011
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#3
I use a POD Studio UX1 for recording and it sounds fine to me. Just don't use the built in tones. Make your own, then you'll be more satisfied.
Arby911
Finding the Pattern
Join date: Jul 2010
830 IQ
#4
Quote by R45VT
Which POD?

In general the XT, X3 and HD are pretty decent units for the money.


As noted, the Floor Pod Plus....

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/line-6-floor-pod-plus-guitar-multi-effects-pedal

Looks like the budget end of the floor gear, probably fine for home/practice use.
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