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About Chuckusa

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    Rock, classic rock & blues, trucks, fishing, thrift store shopping. Spending time with my fiance.
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  1. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    Alright here is an experiment you could say lol.... Could I: run my guitar into the pod, the pod into the tube amp, run the output from the effects loop into another pedal that has usb like a Digitech RP150 or something... then link up the jam track to play out of the RP150 through usb with the guitar playing along and record from the RP150? and hear it out of my pc speakers...? Im glad you guys understand my goal and thats to record me playing along with the jam track... with a tube amp... with a usb.... why usb? I want to use my computer to record me playing my pod through a tube amp along with a jam track... God this is making me dizzy lmao..... But lets say for a minute.... the peavey valveking II 20 has usb output AND speaker defeat.... Could I essentially play my guitar to the pod, to the amp, defeat the amp speaker and run the resulting sound of the amp through the usb silently and use my computer sound system to monitor the resulting sound? And if so, would it sound worth a darN? Lol
  2. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    Could you recommend me some budget priced audio interfaces and flat response speakers I should try out, so I can get an idea of what I could be looking for and doing? I would like to try out this method you mentioned and still run my POD through my tube amp, then into a different audio interface with flat response speakers... Could you describe this setup in a little more detail please? Lol iv been messing with music gear for years but am still stupid with it lmao.... Just a slow learner I guess... I just want to understand how I am going to run my guitar into my pod, into my tube amp, then into another interface and flat response speakers.... and still record the sound of my guitar with the jam track playing into my PC... Some example of set ups needed would be great... Sorry I just need the extra help to understand...
  3. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    When you say backing track playback, do you mean listening to the jam track and playing along with it using the amp to hear the sound? I just thought thats what the amp was suppose to be used for, it having a usb output and all.... Im still new to recording and to be honest, I am not very good at it.. :( My ultimate goal out of all of this is to play a sound coming out of my computer like a backing track, then play along to it with a tube amp and record the sound... and have it sound good.... I don't want to have to save the track I play then paste it into the backing track.... thats a hassle to me and I would rather just record my noodles and experiment with different sounds and have fun.... and catch a glimpse of what I sound like sometimes by recording it to see how bad I sound lol...
  4. I figured out my problem... Please delete this thread sysops thanks...
  5. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    I want to use a POD bean pedal for the usb so I can jam along to sounds coming from my PC... I also want the convenience of adjusting my effects via computer with the mouse and not have to be towering over the little buttons of the POD, I got big clumsy hands lol... Lastly I want to enjoy the sweet sound of a tube amp.
  6. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    I just figured from the youtube demos I seen. The sound differed quite a bit mic'd vs DI / USB....
  7. Chuckusa

    POD HD and my amp...

    So here is what I am playing with right now. I have an Epiphone Les Paul Traditional Pro II all stock... I also use a POD HD black kidney bean pedal. For years I have been wanting the Peavey Valveking II 20 guitar amp combo. Well this year I have a feeling I am going to get it after Christmas is over (my birthday is shortly after the new year). Anyway what I want to knows, whats the best approach to using these two items together? (The Peavey Valveking II 20 and the POD HD) The amp has a buffered effects loop. I was wondering do you guys know from experience, what sounds better; running the guitar straight into the input of the amp, then hook up the POD HD to the effects loop? Can the POD HD do that? Or should I just run the POD HD straight through the input of the amp? Also reasoning with the amp emulation of the POD HD, should I play the effects using the preamp of the combo? Or will I get some really neat sounds using the POD HD with the effects AND the amp simulations? I would like to use the jam-along/sound i nterface feature of the POD HD and have some tracks playing through the POD HD while I play along to them, then record the result from the USB of the Peavey Valveking. Will any of this work good, (I know the emulated output won't sound as crisp and lively as a real mic in front of the amp speaker). What do y'all think?
  8. Chuckusa

    POD HD Desktop VS POD XT+add-on packs

    Thank you for this information. Its good to hear this cause it helps me on what I may experience with my trial and errors with a POD HD Desktop. Does the POD HD Desktop take a 9vdc 3A Polarity = center negative outer positive plug tip ac adapter?
  9. Chuckusa

    POD HD Desktop VS POD XT+add-on packs

    Thanks man. I will do all that. Hey does the POD HD Desktop take a 9vdc 3A Polarity = center negative outer positive plug tip ac adapter?
  10. Chuckusa

    POD HD Desktop VS POD XT+add-on packs

    I will keep that in mind. Line 6's Monkey is it called? Should bring my device up to par as far as firmware updates am I right? I am going to try and order a used POD HD Desktop next week. I actually owned a POD XT for a short time last year. I only briefly got to mess with the firmware update software.
  11. Chuckusa

    POD HD Desktop VS POD XT+add-on packs

    I understand what your saying. Thanks so much for the replies everyone. Yeah man I can't wait to dig into a POD HD desktop. I see what your saying about quality vs quantity. I think one of the reasons I want the bean is I don't have an amplifier right now and I really only play at my desk and I got the perfect spot at my desk to just drop n plug it into my setup. Can anyone say what if any new effects were added to the POD HD Desktop in any updates from its factory settings? Man if the POD HD Desktop is better then the XT and X3 I must be in for a real treat. Can't wait...
  12. Hello out there. So iv been going back n forth from multieffect to multieffect trying out different ones. My most recent pedal was a Zoom G3 the first generation ones. Anyway last year I borrowed my friends POD XT loaded with all the add on packs installed but the bass pack. I loved that pedal and it sounded real nice it was lots of fun. It had more clarity and better sound then other units I have tried. My friend told me if I wanted a pedal as good I should skip the POD XT + packs and go straight to the POD X3. He said it had all the packs on it already and it should rock. My question is does anyone off hand know what the differences in the two are in terms of how many effects each unit has? POD XT Loaded VS. POD HD Desktop? What I want to know is will the POD HD Desktop bean pedal have at least as much effects and rock as a loaded POD XT? Also why and how is a POD HD Desktop bean better then a POD X3? Or is it? Reason I ask is I was not happy with my previous pedals and I want to rock like I did with that ole POD XT loaded, but if I am going to pay close to $165 for a pedal, I want it to sound awesome. I only sit at my desk with my PC with my electric gutiars so the desktop bean type units are right for my needs. I honestly am considering a POD HD Desktop iv herd it has almost the same features as its bigger brothers the floor models.
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