#1
Ok so heres my problem:

I have a hughes and kettner matrix 100watts guitar amp
i play guitar for 6 years now and i started playing bass about a year ago
i used my guitar amp for bass on clean channel...

im lookin for a bass amp right now and i saw the LINE 6 LIVE POD X3 for about 400 euros
i would get 200 euros for my amp
im into home recording stuff, got adobe audition and stuff and ive got an awesome sourround system

so im thinkin of selling my amp and buying the POD instead so ive got a bass and a guitar "processor" in one case
i would use also use it for live gigs

is this a good idea?
does it sound as good as a real amp if its run through my pc?

i would also buy a small tube combo when i get money again

thanks for your help guys
Guitars/Basses:
-Ibanez SZ-520QM (D-Sonic/Air Norton)
-Ibanez RG-370
-ESP ltd B-55
Amps/Effects/Rig:
-Engl E530 + 930/60 Poweramp
-POD X3L
#4
I have one, and it's off course the holy grail for home recording, it would'nt sound like a tube amp, but it will be as good as your hughes and kettner, and it's a lot more versatile.
#5
It'll still sound quite good through those Logitechs, but you might want to consider a nice set of studio monitors in the future.
AMP:
5150 combo
GSP1101 + Tech 21 PE60

GUITARS:
ESP LTD M-255 w/ SD Full Shred
Kramer Vanguard w/ JE-1000 active preamp
Douglas WF-150sn w/ GFS "Hot Lead" set

EFFECTS:
Bos SD-1 (boost)
AMT DT-2

My Youtube Vids http://youtube.com/user/mogar
#7
I play mostly everything like blues, a little bit jazz, rock/hard rock and right now im into some downtuned metal stuff like machine head or children of bodom

in my band i play punk/hard rock
Guitars/Basses:
-Ibanez SZ-520QM (D-Sonic/Air Norton)
-Ibanez RG-370
-ESP ltd B-55
Amps/Effects/Rig:
-Engl E530 + 930/60 Poweramp
-POD X3L