#2
I wouldn't run a Pod through a nice tube amp, unless it's strictly for effects
I'm not a huge fan of the Flood Pod and Pod XT but the classic red kidney bean is alright
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#3
Pods + Tube amps don't mix well IMO. Stick to Solid States or speakers, my Crate GX-15 is playing my pod through it nicely, I can hear it over the drums when I jam with my buds.
#4
Epiphone Valve Juniors are generally considered to be good amps to run pods and such effects through, as long as you don't need it to be loud enough for band practice or something.
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#5
I use my POD XT for direct recording into my PC, and it works brilliantly for that use.
Other than that, I wouldn't run it in front of a nice tube amp. It does suck tone, even if you don't use the effects.
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