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Everything posted by lilylazer666

  1. 4 cable method (A quick google search will give you all the info you need) This will allow you to have stomp boxes, noise gate, volume/wah, in front of the amp, and then modulations, reverb, delays, after the pre amp. Basically in the order they should be. This also allows you to switch between using your amp's tone, or the amp models on the X3 live using the loop function.
  2. So I just recently got a new head (Laney Ironheart 120W) and I love the tone of it, I use it with my Pod X3 live using the 4CM, and I'm finally happy with the sounds I'm getting from it. Now I'm currently using the Pod X3 live's amp modelling and effects for recording tracks at the moment, but I'd love to use the Ironheart's tone instead, with some Pod X3 effects on top. Is this at all possible to do? I'm recording via the USB on the POD. Thanks
  3. Hi everyone, First post here, and I desperately need help! Just bought myself a new Laney Ironheart 120W head (BEAUTIFUL ^_^) and I'm struggling to get my Pod X3 live to work well with it. I basically want to use the X3 live for just effects. I really like the sound of my amp, but want the X3 live for stomp boxes, modulations and delays. Now I know the 4 cable method is an option, but the thing I dislike is that I will now have to be constantly jumping back and forth on the pedal to change patches, while also switching about on the actual footswitch. Here's the interesting thing though that I've just discovered - My footswitch has an input cable that fits the X3 live's Midi input. So I can attach a cable that goes from the POD's Midi input, to the footswitch at the back of my amp. Is there any way I can use this to not only control my amp channel switching, but also the POD's patches? So say for example, I wanted to go from my clean channel on the amp (with the POD's tremelo and reverb) to my amps lead channel (with a fuzz and delay activated) with the X3 live? That would literally by my ideal setup, I don't mind a bit of tone loss, as long as I can do all changes from my POD, while keeping my amps awesomeness, and the POD's FX awesomeness. I am completely new to tube amps (only had this amp a couple of weeks) and I have never even thought of using MIDI before, so I have next to no knowledge of it. I would really appreciate any help here! Thank you :)
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