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Combining Pod x3 pro with other guitar racks?
by DadoSimic on 2013-01-02 08:18:30

Hi all, I see on the internet very nice offers these days,and so I wonder if I can combine two or more guitar racks?
Is it possible to say with 4 cable method?

I own PODX3 PRO for a two years and I `m very pleased how it work,but I wondering can I choose from different guitar racks,and combine what I like the most..

Is it really possible and doeas it work at all?


Example:

Lets say I want amp from POX3 PRO,effects from BOSS GT PRO and Digitech gsp 1101 preamps?


Also if anyone has this racks is it possible to plug both USB`s (from X3 PRO and GT PRO) and control them at the same time via computer?

So I considering combining even three racks all together(for studio recording purpose),if it is possible to work that way?

Please give me some opinions,ideas,thoughts and advices.

Thanks in advance.




Re: Combining Pod x3 pro with other guitar racks?
by DadoSimic on 2013-01-04 06:17:41

Come on people please.is there someone who using or trried to use two or more guitar racks simultaneosly?

Share you experience,thoughts,opinions,anything related to topic.



Re: Combining Pod x3 pro with other guitar racks?
by Mockingbank on 2013-01-07 22:54:17

I run mine with the Boss ME 25, just like using two effects pedals, and it works fine. I had songs programmed in the Boss before I got my L6, so I tend to put one in a neutral setting and use the other, but I do combine them sometimes to fill in a gap that the other is missing. For example, the Boss has a freeze pedal, and the L6 has reverse delay. Combine the two of them and you're gold.



Re: Combining Pod x3 pro with other guitar racks?
by DadoSimic on 2013-01-09 02:02:55

Thank you...I guess rack models will also work good...Is it better to use 4 cable method or put it like regual pedal in front?

I mean for studio purpose if you want to get the best from your gear?Anyone else could say something?




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