#1
I use a Pod XT Live at home, straight into my computer. I love it for the ease of use, but I am really needing an amp to take to gigs now, instead of borrowing whatever I can find at the moment. If I got an amp, obviously, I would use the pod as an effects processor instead of an amp modeler.

Just asking for anyone with experience with this sort of situation, does a Pod work well into an amp? Would it be better to get a speaker cabinet?

I'm leaning towards getting a Peavey Classic 30 and using the FX loop.
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#3
Interesting...thanks.

My budget is <$600 and I don't play any particular style btw.
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#4
I agree with the Atomic Amp suggestion. The tones from a Pod are great and because its so versatile it might be worth it.
#5
After looking into it, that little 18 watt's pretty much exactly what I need/want.

Thanks a bunch!
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_ Ibanez SZ320 _________Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

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#6
NO problem, if my micro cube has great tone as is, i could only imagine what a POD is like, and trough one of those babies I believe you'll be very happy.
#7
anyone know anywhere i can get one of these in the UK? also which size would be best for gigging?
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#8
I dont know man check ebay or email the site, and probly the the bigger version.
I wonder if the tubes break up, they should right.