#1
Is there a huge difference with this 2 items. Most people talk about the UX1 and not the GX. I looked on the compare on the Line 6 website and the only difference I see is that the UX1 has more Inputs/Outputs. Also how is the Gearbox software and GX?
#2
I'd suggest getting the UX1 just because in the future when you get a nice sexy amp, you can use the UX1 to mic it and record it.

Gearbox is easy to use but takes a lot of tweaking to get really good tones.
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I'd suggest getting the UX1 just because in the future when you get a nice sexy amp, you can use the UX1 to mic it and record it.

Gearbox is easy to use but takes a lot of tweaking to get really good tones.


Ah, that recording of the Amps sounds pretty good. And my Roland Cube is sexy. I am really tempted to get the GX instead though as it is almost half the price of the UX1 here.
#4
If you're ever going to want to record vocals or acoustic guitars, I'd say go all out and get the UX2 since it has phantom power.
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#5
You can record with a mic on the GX, you just need an adapter. Adapters are dirt cheap. But if you want to use a condenser mic you'll need phantom power, and you'll have to get the UX2.
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