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Have you not tried a mid-high end Squier?Stay away from anything squier unless your an absolute beginner and by absolute beginner I mean never touched a guitar before.
I feel your pain.This makes me so jealous.
After 5 pages of searching my CL/Kijiji, theres like, 1 Peavey 5150 212 combo for like $900. And a couple MGs for like $300.
Yes, if I read that correct.I understand what the pod itself is doing, I was referring to the included pod farm software in that post. So I assume then that if she wants to go with the cheapest method, all she needs to buy is the converter jack and just download some plugins and reaper, and if she wants something a little nicer, she should get the pod setup?
Pod Farm is an amp simulation software.What purpose exactly would pod farm be fufilling? Is it just a bunch of plugins? If it is, would it be possible to just use 1/4" to 1/8" into reaper and use plugins straight through that?
You plug your guitar directly into the computer.I still don't understand how exactly "amplifier modelling software" works, do you plug your guitar directly, or do you plug it through another amp and all the software does is change the sound to model an amp of your choice?
But you owned a Spider. Not a Vetta/Flextone.following what crowd? i've thought my line 6 sucked since i had it.
i will take you up on trying that vetta though. i can't find one anywhere though.
You also know what sucks?well my general opinion of line six=SUCK
So because the Line 6 Spider sucks, the Vetta and Flextone suck?I have a bad experience with line 6. *cough cough* spiders.
Then don't post.There is too many exclamation marks for me to take this seriously.
Dimebag?my favourite artist can´t sign my favourite Dean Guitar.... He is Dead...
+1 though I'd change the Blackstar HT to the Series One series.USED JCM 800 2203KK
USED Marshall JCM 900-SLX
Jet City JCA100
USED Mesa/Boogie Mark IV/V
Not true at all.Also this amp still has that buzziness "digital" sound that all the line 6 amps have. Heres a video showing the buzziness ov the amp:
Im new to this stuff, so I don't even know what that means.Do you high pass/low pass the guitars?
Thee 333xl and 333 model the Peavey JSX and Peavey XXX, not a Mesa.Also, with the Bugera 333 series, you can get more of MESA Rectifier sound, if that suits your tastes...
+1John5 has one in his live rig. There's someone else who uses them too but I can't for the life of me remember who it is lol. They really aren't popular amps and imo they are pretty mediocre and overpriced.
What's your budget?
Are you willing to go used?
Is it for home practice, jamming with friends, gigging, or a mixture of the three?
What is it about Marshalls that you prefer over other brands?
Huh?If you can afford it, I'd recomend the X3. Gear Box (which comes for free with the X3) is far superior to Pod Farm. Plus if you plan to get a bunch of add ons for one of the other Pods, the X3 already comes with all of them. So it's more upfront but you don't have to worry about getting any extras to acheive the tones you want to with it.
This is correct, however you can upgrade Pod Farm to Pod Farm Platinum through the Line 6 store by buying model packs.There are two versions of PODFarm, PODFarm and PODFarm Platinum. The Platinum version gives you pretty much every tone a POD can offer. The regular (normally $50) is what I assume you get with the UX1, otherwise people would just buy them as opposed to paying $100 more for just PODFarm Platinum.
I'd disagree.If you get POD Farm just be aware that alot of the good tones come from the packs you have to buy
Take note that he wants a 2x12 stack now, and he most likely had a 4x12.so why do you want another head, if you feel it isn't convenient?
Notice how the amps you tried to put pedals through were modelling amps, and not analog SS amps such as a Peavey Bandit or a Roland Jazz Chorus.I'm sure it's not what you want to hear but in general solid state amps have some difficulty with some pedals, especially overdrive/distortion. I'm actually a fan of Line 6, owned two of their amps and still have one. Neither took well to distortion/ overdrive pedals and it can be tough on the circuitry...that and they just don't sound "right". What I did notice, especially on the HD147 was different pickups do help quite a bit and the difference wasn't as pronounced on the Spyder. If I were you and just based on my experience with Line 6, I'd take care of the pickups and wouldn't worry much about pedals. The one thing I would suggest that makes a big difference is a good EQ pedal, they seem to help most anything. Run it straight in or throw it in the f/x loop and I think you'd be happy with that. Keep in mind what you're playing isn't just a solid state amp, above all it's a modeling amp so they're temperamental.
Agreed.My band's song at myspace.com/illariarock is all POD Farm. That program owns if you know how to use it.