#1
What are they and how do they work. I for the life of me cannot figure out how they work. I look at them, (Marshall EL34 100/100, Mesa Boogie 2:90) and think, what?. There are no controls, nothing like a normal amp. I know Mick Thomson used one on Slipknot's Self-Titled album. But how did he change the settings to his likings?

Please someone explain this (probably very easy answer) to me...
#3
Being as i'm quite thick, i'm gonna say something and hope someone confirms it or correct it.

A power amp is something that drives the speakers, so it's like an Amp head without all the Channels and Effects and all that. So am i right in saying that i could plug my guitar into a Line6 Floor pod plus and use all the amp modules and EQ on that as the channel, then plug it into a Power Amp and then that into my speaker cabinet?
#5
Quote by MetalMusicGod
Being as i'm quite thick, i'm gonna say something and hope someone confirms it or correct it.

A power amp is something that drives the speakers, so it's like an Amp head without all the Channels and Effects and all that. So am i right in saying that i could plug my guitar into a Line6 Floor pod plus and use all the amp modules and EQ on that as the channel, then plug it into a Power Amp and then that into my speaker cabinet?

Yes, I think so. I'm pretty sure the POD could act as a preamp.
#6
Quote by guitarcrazy1991
Nope, an amp head has a preamp and a power amp...


I thought the Channels and all that were the Pre-Amp. Sorry, but I really am that thick