#1
I want to get a decent tool for recording direct into the PC and I am curious whether or not the podxt is any good. I have heard good tones from peoples recordings using them, and it seems quite useful. So for people who own one, what is it like? And what are the downsides?


#3
When my band recorded, we used pods and it came out great. Great tones. Used a bass pod for the bass too. It all sounded great.
#4
no downsides man, none at all. Its everythign to gain. I go through a compressor and a tube preamp then into my pod, then into my pc via usb for recording sometimes. I guess the only thing is that it lacks the ability to seperate more than one track at a time. Youll have to track everything one by one, which isnt a bad thing, its just limiting compared to what other recording interfaces can do.

anyway, expiriement, the POD is a great demoing tool,
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#5
Pod XT all the way
My Gear
Epiphone Les Paul Black Beauty
Marshall MG100DFX
Line 6 Pod XT Live

Wish List
Marshall DSL401
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Maxon OD-9
Boss DD-3
Digitech Whammy
ISP Decimator
MXR Phase 90 EVH
Ibanez Weeping Demon
#8
hahaha nice (if u play bass that is)
My Gear
Epiphone Les Paul Black Beauty
Marshall MG100DFX
Line 6 Pod XT Live

Wish List
Marshall DSL401
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Maxon OD-9
Boss DD-3
Digitech Whammy
ISP Decimator
MXR Phase 90 EVH
Ibanez Weeping Demon