are there any good ones out there? I am all about punk, metal and rock. I am looking to get something in a rack mount.
Most of the answer depends on what yout think is good? Will they replace and/or do they sound as good as the real thing? Nope. I think they sound better and offer more than your standard chain of stomp boxes. They are great for practice or for use in the beedroom and apartment where you might need to use headphones or low volumes on stereo speakers/ boom boxes.are there any good ones out there?
I could not agree more. I have used Sansamp/amplitube and ampfarm on a lot of the direct box sounds I take simultaniusly(sp) from my friends guitars and blend them into the original.Originally posted by falkon2:
Heck, with ONE real amp track in there, you won't be able to tell the difference in all the backing tracks.
For metal, you might also want to look into Line 6's Distortion modeller
Are you just using it in mono or am I missing something? Hmmm, I guess it would work pretty good for the modelling part but leaves a lot of the stereo effects potential unused ... :roll: Just wondering.Originally posted by kent L T:
I like using my pod through my mesa boogie Mark IV into a 12" altec. The best of both worlds. The pod is kind of sterile by itself.
omg digital modeling sux get a REAL AMP and mic u n00bsOriginally posted by MisterBlue:
Please (!) don't turn this a political, ethical or whatever mudfight. I am only interested in opinions about the sound of the thing.
sucking wind ... the best sound a Pod makes is when it's hitting the bottom of a dumpster ... (if miced correctly).Originally posted by MisterBlue:
..... if we agree that the Fender amp is better to stop trucks from rolling away it's a simple conclusion that in return the Pod is likely to do a better job at ... ?