Currently Being ModeratedAug 18, 2010 3:01 AM (in response to RKG_Stick_Player)Re: Can you plug two instruments into the Pod X3?
The Line6 site shows this info under PRODUCTS - POD X3 - SPECs.
You can also get the information if you look up the POD X3 MANUAL under SUPPORT - PRODUCT MANUALS.
There is one manual for the POD X3 which covers the X3 PRO and X3 LIVE - so if your local music shop guy has an X3 then he also has the manual that contains the info for the POD X3.
To save you some time, I can tell you that the manual shows the POD X3 allows for two inputs.
One is a 1/4 inch jack input and one is an XLR mic input with TRIM control allowing you to adjust the input level.
So it is designed to have an instrument and a mic as its two input sources. You can always use the "mic input" for another instrument if you connect the instrument via a DI box (or MIXER) and an XLR cable and set the trim control accordingly to adjust for signal strength (probably have Trim on Minimum setting).
Hope this is useful info for you.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 18, 2010 5:33 AM (in response to RKG_Stick_Player)Re: Can you plug two instruments into the Pod X3?
the answer is yes. the "bean" has less inputs so you can use less instruments but 2 should be no problem.
you can also pan your outputs hard left and hard right and send both inputs to seperate amps (bass/guitar/etc)