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  1. Thanks for the reply! I'm playing in a progressive metal band (TRANSIENT STATE), and in a live situation we play with a metronome/backing track/MIDI switching system. So freewheeling and improv is not really an option anyways ;) With my current setup (POD HD to FOH) I'm already limited to play in venues with good monitoring capabilities. The signal from the POD will be monitored through monitor wedges on stage. The tube amp will be there purely for stage sound for myself (in case of bad monitoring) and for the people on the first rows who will otherwise hear no guitar. Key will be to adjust the sound of the POD and the amp so that'll blend nicely! Hunt for tone, right? :) To be honest, I didn't come up with the idea for this type of rig myself. Check out Monuments' John Browne who does a similar thing using the new Helix and a Dual Recto.
  2. Hi all, I'm currently trying to build a rig with both my trusty POD HD Pro X and my new EVH 5150-III. Currently I'm using the POD direct to FOH and patch changes are taken care off by Cubase through the MIDI connections. As the 50W 5150 is also MIDI compatible I figured to design a rig with the POD to FOH and the 5150 for stage sound. Now I was wondering whether it's OK or not to connect the "dry out" on the back of the POD to the regular guitar input of the 5150? I know a little bit about impedances and line volumes, but not enough to judge whether solution would damage the tube amp. Who can help me? :) Thanks in advance!
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