#1
I will have money soon and was looking at a pod x3

How would that sound used with my amp?

Would it completely kill off the tone of the tubes, or would i get shrilly feedback?

Could i use it to get a better Satch tone?

Or should i just get a new graphics card? (8800gtx)
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#2
The pod x3 sounds pretty good, after a bit of fine tuning it to the sound i wanted, however my amp was pretty crappy anyway.

Dunno what it'll be like with tube amp...but i assume that digital modelling will never sound as good as a fully cranked tube amp......

...but i still like the distortion and all the effects

only need graphics card if you got crappy one now and you need to play the latest games
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Last edited by Diamond_Plated at Mar 10, 2008,
#3
you shouldnt use a multi fx board with a tube amp it will ruin the tubes, just like playing a tubr amp using headphones and also:

''i assume that a fully cranked tube amp will never sound as good as digital modelling......''


you are so wrong, its the other way around
#4
yup my bad...just realised what i had written..edited...don't beleive i said it aswell..lol
Guitars
LTD EX400BD Black With Chrome Diamond Plate
Jackson RR3 Snow White With Black Pinstripe
Ibanez GAX30 Black
Amps
Roland Micro Cube
Marshall AVT 100W
Effects
Digitech EX-7
Line 6 Pod X3