We understand that they are not integrated XLR outputs not to compete against the X3 Live by nyat WHY THERE NO 48V PHANTOM ON INPUT XLR !!! It's still stupid for microphone input ...
The new look is nice, larger than a Pod 2.0.
At this price level a little higher we regret the connectors and knobs range and an LCD screen so sad ...
A little confusing at first given the number of parameters, but the manual is very well and quickly become intuitive settings
The Pod is legendary for 3 or 4 sounds and it is still valid for this version: Line6 Hi Gain, Vox AC30, Hiwatt and some other ... except this time you can use both at the same time and do a right mix / left at your convenience. It's just what we all been waiting for 10 years ... AND C IS DEADLY !!!
Some new kind Engl Powerball amp bluffing; simus pedal distortion, compressors, modulations are very successful for the time we are far from DL4, pity ...
Do not get any illusions:
- It is for the studio or the "small" live, to help out.
- A mesa rectify Twinverb left and right, it's fun two minutes, but it has no great interest ...
- The models for bass, electro-acoustic and singing are gadgets that can be used in certain situations.
If you do not fall into the trap of over-parameterization, you use the basics amps that 9 times out of 10 their premises by default, which is the one that sounds the best, you will inevitably find your sound with the added bonus of stereo unprecedented picture on this kind of product.
Note parametric equalizer which allows to tune the sound very professional manner.
The noise gate is Top.
Live in an amp or live on a sound, it will be hard to have a better sound with a simple all-tube Marshall and a few pedals transplanted with a dedicated mic.
In the studio for the big sound you have two options:
1-The material of John petrucci his sound engineer, studio budget and six months before you ...
2-A Pod X3 ............................................. .... and here and your pal Marshall and audiovisual BTS will pity ...