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  1. I ran across this video on reamping with only the POD HD series a while back. I haven't tried it this way, but maybe it will work for you.
  2. Silverhead is right on the money. I run basically the same setup -> POD HD PRO X into a GT800FX. FYI - The GT800FX will make a pop in the speakers each time it powers up. Matrix does acknowledge that this will happen and that it is normal. I have had 0 issues with this setup.
  3. I have seen some posts on the dry out and re-amping with the HD Pro. My goal is to save on studio time and do the DI's at home so we can reamp at the studio later. Has anyone compared the dry out vs. a DI or Reamp box? Are the recordings you get from the dry out as good, better, or worse than if I was to grab a reamp box? Thanks
  4. I am running into a similar issue. I dial in a good tone and then when I get to practice I have to crank my power amp and the master on the HD Pro X to get to a level we can hear above our drummer. Then, I start getting feedback becuase I have had to crank the levels (simulated amp volume, Master POD volume, and power amp) up so high. As a result I have to get really aggressive on my noise gates, which is kind of a buzz kill to the tone and the sustain. I was hoping that when I moved to the Matrix power amp I would be able to leave the Pod's volumes in a sweet spot and get the volume needed from the power amp. Not quite happening so far. My Setup: HD Pro X Unbalanced Left and Right Outputs (Set to Line) => Matrix GT800FX => Mesa 4x12 Cab Any suggestions?
  5. Sweet! Thanks for the replies. I guess I thought it would be too simple and easy to be true. Very nice. So out of curiosity, if you are using the unbalanced outputs to your amps, could you still run the balanced outputs to the mixer?
  6. I purchased a Pod HD Pro X last week. I am still learning and tweaking, but so far I am very happy. My plan is to use it in the FX return of my 6505+ when I play live, so I can still have my cab onstage for another monitor. Some venues I play dont have the best onstage monitors and I like to feel the rumble of my cab. I put together some good tones using 2 amp models in the POD HD Pro X when recording or playing in my headphones, but it sounds better with only 1 amp model running when I hook up to the amp I keep at home. Has anyone hooked up 2 amps to FX return, and would that run a separate amp model in each amp when one is panned left and the other is panned right? I just thought I would ask before I haul my practice amp to our practice spot. Current signal chaing is Guitar to Pod HD Pro X input - Pod HD Pro X unbalance Left Output to Amp's FX Return. Can I hook up my other Amp to the Right output and get the stereo sound out of 2 amps?
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