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Ben C
post Feb 11 2007, 03:29 AM
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Hey Everyone.

Lately, i've been looking around for an amp modeler to try and find the sound i've been looking for. I've

looked at the POD 2.0, but that seems to be more for recording than actually modeling a guitar amp. Are

there any good, fairly inexspensive amp modelers out there that you know of?

All sugestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ben


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post Feb 11 2007, 03:48 AM
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QUOTE (Ben C @ Feb 10 2007, 09:29 PM) *
Hey Everyone.

Lately, i've been looking around for an amp modeler to try and find the sound i've been looking for. I've

looked at the POD 2.0, but that seems to be more for recording than actually modeling a guitar amp. Are

there any good, fairly inexspensive amp modelers out there that you know of?

All sugestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ben


If you want something that's geared more towards playing, you could look at the Pod XT Live ... I have one and it is a great piece of kit. You get all the Amp models you could ever want along with a nice live pedalboard, volume/wah pedal and built in stomp effects, and it is also superb for recording.


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post Feb 11 2007, 03:59 AM
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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Feb 10 2007, 09:48 PM) *
If you want something that's geared more towards playing, you could look at the Pod XT Live ... I have one and it is a great piece of kit.


That looks really cool, but I think i'm looking for something a little cheaper right now.

Thats definetly something to look forward to in the future though smile.gif .

Anyone know any good modelers that are around 50$ to 200$?


Ben

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