#1
One simple question, I won't drag it out and try to make me sound less stupid so here it is.

If I bought a simple cab, could I hook up the Line 6 Pod X3 Live into it plain out instead of a head, or does it need to have a head with it?

I've heard from a reliable source that the Line 6 Pod X3 Live can provide me with the tones I'm fascinated with.

And for asking such an obviously n00bie question, I give you complete permission to diss me as much as you like as long as you answer me...
#2
yea im pretty sure u will need a head with it still but i have heard pods are pretty good and have tons of different effects and models u can choose from
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Jackson JS30 with emg 81/85 (bridge/neck)
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Esteban Acoustic (won in a bet lol)
Digitech DF-7 Distortion Factory
Digitech Bad Monkey
Boss DD-20 Giga Delay
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#3
Seems like you want the attention, shut up about the noobness and get on with life. And I think you'd need a power amp in order to run the signal into speakers
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#4
Okay... well what are some cheap stacks I could get? Or would it work on a combo amp as well... if so, what cheap but loud combo amps could I get? I can surely say I won't need ANY effects on it because of the Line 6 Pod X3 Live.
#5
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Seems like you want the attention, shut up about the noobness and get on with life. And I think you'd need a power amp in order to run the signal into speakers


Well I don't want to seem like the kind of guy that gets sig'd for asking if Marshall makes any tube amps.
#6
You might get a very quiet signal. Power amp needed.
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#7
Oh... well that sucks because they're a little expensive... Keep in mind I'm pretty new to all the amp terms, I've only been playing guitar for about a year.