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  1. Understood... thank you for sharing that approach.
  2. Thank you man. BTW... what poweramp did you buy?
  3. Thank you.. But I don't have studio monitors. In addition, during a gig probably you will need to use an amp instead of going direct to the mixer. So if I understood well, the tones you are getting from the chain POD GO+Amp modeling+Studio are better than the chain POD Go+valve Amp? so far haven't you be able to find a good tone with the valve Amp?
  4. Thank you voxman55 and malhavok, I really appreciate your help.
  5. One additional question: I realized many of my preferred patches in my X3 live had the Volume block after the Stompboxes+Amp modeling block. As you know the Volume block is the first (or second) one in the POD GO presets, so this make me question myself about the "right" or recommended position of the Volume block. Should it be in second place or should it be after the amp and cab modeling? What would be the advantages/disadvantages (or characteristics) of place the volume block in different locations? Thank you.
  6. Dacop13. I really really appreciate your replies. Thank you for taking the time to do it. I understand everything your mention and you were very clear. I have the doubts about using the Amp or PreAmp simulation of the POD Go but now I know I should start tweaking with the PreAmp modeling best. I will let you know my opinion of this setup and the tones I get.
  7. Thank you VoxMan. I will try that. The thing regarding this is that I would like to make a "setup gig" at home that I can reproduce in a venue with any other Amp. The "problem" with this to me is that I would be "dependent" of the DSL 40.
  8. Hello Team. I realized many of my preferred patches in my X3 live had the Volume block after the Stompboxes+Amp modeling block. As you know the Volume block is the first (or second) one in the POD GO presets, so this make me question myself about the "right" or recommended position of the Volume block. Should it be in second place or should it be after the amp and cab modeling? What would be the advantages/disadvantages (or characteristics) of place the volume block in different locations? Thank you in advance. Hernan
  9. Hi Team, I just unpacked my POD Go this week and I was very excited about it. I have read and watched a lot of videos regarding the best way to connect the Pod Go whit the Marshal DSL 40CR and I've found that some people suggest the 4 CM while others suggest going direct to the Amp FX return. I have tried the FX return but I'm not sure if I should use the Amp Out jack or the main POD's Out (L/Mono). In summary, I'm not satisfied with the results I've had get so far. I bet POD Go can sound much better, at least like the videos or demos I have seen. So my questions regarding this are: What would be the connection chain that gets the best sound of the POD Go in my DSL 40? Notice that I don't care about using the Amp tube drive... I want to use the Amp or pre Amp modeling of the POD Go. What output jack will work best with my setup: Amp Out or L/Mono Out? Please help me to clarify when to use each. If I'm going into the FX loop return, should I bypass the cab simulation right? What about the Amp and PreAmp modeling, should I focus my tweaking in just Pre-Amp or is it ok to use Amp simulations in this setup? Thank you in advance, I hope I can tweak these things up to get a nice sound.
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