#1
Whats the Best multi-effect?

Versatile,nice for recording, good for live use , nice modeling.

around 400-500$

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#3
im a zoom fan.

edit: the presets arent as good as the others but once customized i like them way better.
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#4
The POD x3 is by far the most versatile.

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Massive user support and downloads

Great tones

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#5
yeah get a Line 6 PODxt Live
they sell for $400 on musiciansfriend.
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if you need the cab simulators buy the line6! if your interested in loads of effects, get the GT-8 or the Vox Tonelab LE
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#7
Is there a BIG difference btw Pod xt and the x3 ?

Im seriously considering buying one of those but i only have the money for the xt.
i dont know if its worth waiting
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I am a big fan of the GT-8. If you are looking into modeling why not upgrade to a better amp? Just curious.

The $500 you are willing to spend on a FX board plus what you can get for your amp, you could get a nice tube combo.
#9
I love my amp, Its okay i dont wanna change it.

I seriously need it for recording and some live use
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Double post because of lag xD
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Is there a BIG difference btw Pod xt and the x3 ?

Im seriously considering buying one of those but i only have the money for the xt.
i dont know if its worth waiting


theres not much of a difference, i dont think it would be worth the wait
if you want to use it to play live, then get the floor model, if not then just get the regular xt, you'll save yourself $100.
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#12
kk, well thats nice because my local shop dont have x3 xD
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#13
any other opinion ?
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#14
POD XTL for me. I love this thing.
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#15
Can you get a nice metalcore sound out of it?
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Korg ax3000g is just as good and so much cheaper.

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#20
I'm a happy Boss GT-8 owner. I've used practicing, live, and in the studio. I think that the GT-8 is easier to edit and tweak than the Line 6 products on the fly in a live situation.

However, I just got to borrow a friends Line 6 Pod XT Live for the last couple of days, and...I absolutely LOVE IT. I think Line 6's amp modeling is incredible right out of the box, and superior the Boss

I guess the question to ask is, what are you going to be using it for the most? If 80% of what you do is live and you're just going to be using the effects right into your amp without any amp modeling, I'd say go for the boss.

If recording and modeling is more important, go for the XT Live. To be honest, I think you could flip a coin with either of these two and you will be happy.

I'd hit ebay if I were you, either one can be had for $200-$250.
#21
The Boss ME-50 is by far the easiest to use live that I've seen. Not sure exactly how it compares in sound to the POD.

^ my .02
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