Jan Depner wrote:
>>To be honest, I think the PODxt sounds much better than the V-Amp... I
To some degree, perhaps. I am using the PODxt as a pre-amp, though, so
most of the tone is coming is from that.
We are going to experiment with using the V-Amp just as a pre-amp and
going into a Marshall head for the power section (bypassing the Marshall
pre-amp) and into a 4x12... that should give it some more umph.:-)
Seriously though, I have a V-Amp Pro and I have friends who
The difference between what I paid for the PODxt Live and what he paid
for the V-Amp was about $100. At any rate, though, he got an entire amp
plus a big foot pedal with two built-in expression pedals... so overall,
he got more for the money, I think.
I should have indicated the recordings I have done direct (no
amplifiers) with the two sound different, the V-Amp stuff sounds thinner
and more plastic-y, to my ears.