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  • I love my XT. Here is a clip using the Uber.

    http://www.ptechgroup.com/music/timmonsjam.mp3

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    • Originally posted by phunkyphredv2
      indeed.. the FX are really sweet.

      i spent a good 30 minutes messin' with a Synth effect... makin' wierd Vai like noises.

      wooodley wAoorblry WOEEEEEOOOOOO


      Yah the Synths can be realy cool. I have managed to do some real fun video game music stuff with them.

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      • Originally posted by andrewjudah


        Yah the Synths can be realy cool. I have managed to do some real fun video game music stuff with them.


        Actually i was just playing Frogs theme from Chrono Trigger using it..

        volume swells + Delay pedal + Synth effect = pure enjoyment


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        • Originally posted by RichS
          I love my XT. Here is a clip using the Uber.

          http://www.ptechgroup.com/music/timmonsjam.mp3


          holy crap dude.

          how do you get your guitar to squeel using the XT?


          i probbaly have to get my Floyd Fixed to do any o' that...
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          • Originally posted by phunkyphredv2


            lots of good models?


            Tons.

            "Metal Shop" has lots of some pretty damn respectable models of "amp forum" amps, as well as a nice selection of late '80s Marshalls, some with tube clipping and some with diode. The Line6 original clean models are crispy yet tubey.

            "Collector Classics" has some more obscure Fenders and Marshalls, as well as some Gibbys, an awesome-sounding Silvertone (if you set the gain at noon), and some *amazing* Line6 original clean models that sound like nothing I've heard.

            "FX Junkie" has some weirdo ****************, along with some more envelope filters, fusiony synths, and time-domain effects. However, the real prize is in the distortion pedals you get, the delays, and the compressors/boosters.

            (edit) Never mind the FX Junkie, you've got those.

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            • UNITE!

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              • POD xt rules
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                • Originally posted by Enigmatic
                  POD xt rules


                  You sir, rule
                  Originally posted by STEEL KAGE
                  Tell me about it, the subway was so hot that my Junk was doing the Breastroke!!!



                  Good dealz with deftoneboy, Big Hair, maiden_fan, Si, Mr R Gecko, Jakkeh and kristo.

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                  • m/m/
                    Ibanez RG507 - Dimarzio Evolutions
                    Ibanez RG321MH - EMG 81/85
                    Laney VC50
                    Carvin Legacy
                    Carvin Legacy 4x12 (when I find one )
                    Vox AD15VT Valvetronix
                    Keeley DS-1
                    Danelectro Fish & Chips EQ
                    Morley Bad Horsie 2
                    Planet Waves leads

                    Looking for a 2x12 in the UK... what you got?

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                    • I use the 1/4" outs to the mixer (then to PC) and run the headphone out to my duoverb. BLISS! I love how clean the PODxt records. I get comments on my production all the time. Which is good, cuz the playing could use some work!

                      Oh yeah, and bump.
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                      You're losing teh rawk.









                      Originally Posted by Gainon10


                      I think putting an amp on less than "10" is a fear of committment.









                      Originally Posted by mattburnside


                      Liar. Women don't understand fractions.

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                      • Originally posted by aepoc
                        I use the 1/4" outs to the mixer (then to PC) and run the headphone out to my duoverb. BLISS! I love how clean the PODxt records. I get comments on my production all the time. Which is good, cuz the playing could use some work!

                        Oh yeah, and bump.

                        So do you use both 1/4" outs and are you able to get a stereo signal when recording this way? Right now I am just using one of the outputs into an M-Audio AudioBuddy mic pre into my PC. This is fine for most things because I like to record different amp sounds panned left and right. However, some of the patches that I've made with chorus that sound really cool through headphones because of the stereo effect of the chorus lose their impact when I record using only one of the outputs. I'm not sure how I'd do it differently though because I only have the one input on my PC.
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                        • Sign me up!!
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                          • Originally posted by Dirt

                            So do you use both 1/4" outs and are you able to get a stereo signal when recording this way? Right now I am just using one of the outputs into an M-Audio AudioBuddy mic pre into my PC. This is fine for most things because I like to record different amp sounds panned left and right. However, some of the patches that I've made with chorus that sound really cool through headphones because of the stereo effect of the chorus lose their impact when I record using only one of the outputs. I'm not sure how I'd do it differently though because I only have the one input on my PC.


                            Yep, I use both 1/4" outs, running a stereo signal to this:


                            I run the "tape out" (the red and white RCA connections on the right) to my computer's LINE IN jack, via an RCA -> 1/8" stereo cable.
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                            Originally Posted by SirGarrote


                            You're losing teh rawk.









                            Originally Posted by Gainon10


                            I think putting an amp on less than "10" is a fear of committment.









                            Originally Posted by mattburnside


                            Liar. Women don't understand fractions.

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                            • aepoc,

                              So when you're recording with the stereo signal does it record as two separate tracks that you can then mix individually? I think I have a stereo Y-Cable somewhere (2 mono 1/4" to a single stereo 1/4"). That should do the trick, right?
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                              • oh yeah do any of you guys use TRS cables instead of regular 1/4"?????? any difference?

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