#1
So i heard some people say that Line 6's Pod xt is an awesome thing. I wonder if it's worth the money, i like to mess around with sounds and perhaps find my own tone. First of all i wonder what you think about it, if you think its good enough for recording and such (stuff thats better than what you just do in your room) etc. Is this a decent product from Line 6 that is worth the money? Becouse im tempted to buy it, i'd just like everyones opinion about it. Thanks

-Ergin
#2
It's an excellent piece of equipment. It sounds like exactly what you need. The recording is quite good. It takes a little time to figure out the tweaks and whatnot, but it's a very powerful tool.
#3
Definitely worth it for recording. The tones are awesome, although i prefer the X3 because of the dual tone capabilities.

You cant really go wrong with it
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#4
yes....very good...but id and i have paid the little extra for the x3
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#5
They're pretty decent preamps in a live situation also, because of the array of sounds.
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#6
Sounds cool! The reson i didn't mention the x3 is becouse some guys said this one was better in their opinion, but im gonna consider them Thanks alot guys.