2817 tones found Flextone III tones
||Creamy Clap||Plexi 45||Blues||203|
||Clapton Lead||Plexi 45||Blues||383|
||Lincoln Brewster||Lincoln Brewster||Forever||Plexi Bass 100||Rock||180|
|danielvcook||I am lucky enough to go to the same church as Lincoln and was able to personally pull his tone from his personal pod. this is one of countless tones he has on the device and is the one he uses for the song Forever. remember he plays out of single coils and goes in direct, so if you have a humbucker and an amp you might need to do some adjusting to get the tone you want.||3/7/10|
|ropal||Foreigner Les Paul Tone||10/11/10|
||WheretheStreets||The Edge||Where The Streets Have No Name||U2||Class A-30 TB||Rock||114|
|reubmeister73||Do NOT touch the tap tempo button, you must stay locked in to the delay timing, it is not synced with the beat of the song, your drummer will just have to lock into the guitar. Luckily, the verse is just muted rhythm slashes the drummer can sync with. I am also using a Boss CS-3 for extra presence and saturation. I find that I need to use the bridge PUP to cut through, so I designed this tone to use the bridge and soften it slighty, although I think The Edge uses bridge-mid PUP. I set spread to zero because I don't usually go stereo out to the house mix. 100 gives you stereo ping pong delay. Setting the offset at 33 means that the first delay is at 120ms. 120 and 360ms is what is published in Hal-Leonard U218 book. The book also states at tempo of 125 bpm, but I settled on 110 when trying to play along with the recording. 110 is plenty fast to play live...||10/22/10|
||Bleak||In The Bleak Mid-Winter||Sarah McLachlan||Tweed Vibro||Rock||55|
|reubmeister73||I am also using a Boss CS-3 compressor. This is a great haunting tone (I think the "dark hall" reverd does it), its good for many other things, but what I came up with to perform this song from the Wintersong album.||10/22/10|
||Ain't Talkin Bout Love||Eddie Van Halen||Ain't Talkin Bout Love||Van Halen||Solo 100||Classic Rock||164|
||Crazy_Train||Randy Rhodes||Crazy Train||Ozzy Osbourne||Line 6 Fuzz||Metal Shred||69|
|turbo569||Pretty good rip of the classic glassy distortion RR used on a lot of his stuff, especially Crazy Train, hence the name. Comments, questions E-mail me at pmcfeesympatico.ca||12/5/10|
||death magnetic||metallica||Line 6 Insane||Rock Metal||66|
||Plexi-T75_HackePeters||Chris||Hacke Peters||Plexi Lead 100||Punk||30|
|candreasffm||PunkRock sound 2011 - not too much gain. Created with Gibson SG. (20110519-Plexi-T75)||5/21/11|
Model Packs increase the number of Amp or FX Models of a GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt, PODxt Live or PODxt Pro, for a wider variety of tone possibilities. When a particular tone in the library relies on a Model available in one of these packs, you'll see symbol(s) to indicate which Packs: MS (Metal Shop), CC (Classics Collection), FX (FX Junkie), and PP (Power Pack).
The models within the FX Junkie Model Pack are already included in PODxt Live, and offered for purchase to add-on to GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt and PODxt Pro.
Variax is the uniquely flexibile guitar from Line 6. Our Vetta II amplifier includes a digital connection for the Variax that lets you store settings for both your amp and your guitar in the Vetta II so that when you call up a Vetta Channel Memory your amp and guitar can change sounds together. Vetta II Tones marked with this guitar symbol include this Variax data.
For each tone in the library, you'll see an icon for either a single coil or humbucker pickup. This tells you whether the tone is best for use with a single coil pickup or a humbucker, so you can select the appropriate pickup on your guitar when using this tone.
Attention POD 2.0, Flextone and HD147 owners... Your hardware doesn't do Stomp effects, so you'll hear something different than what was intended. Try increasing the Drive or choose a higher gain Amp Model to get the right sound. The other aspects of the sound should translate as expected, so you'll at least get a great starting place for tweaking.
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