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Hey, I have a problem with my line 6 POD HD PRO X. I work in Reaper, when I use Line 6 it pops up to me Blue Screen (BSOD) it is terribly annoying and makes it very difficult to work. I tested this problem on: Focusrite 18i20, focusrite Solo, M - Audio ProFire 2626 and there was no problem. The problem only appears on Line 6, I do not know what is causing ... I also exchanged RAM memory but it is still the same Please, help me : c
Okay so im going to purchase a line 6 pod hd pro x and I need some help on which power amp to get. I have 2 in mind, its either between the ART sla2 or the behringer inuke nu1000. The sla2 is used and comes with a road case for only 139.99 at guitar center or my other option would be to get the behringer nu1000. I would be using the power amp to power a laney 2x12 160watt guitar cabinet for practice and live shows in smaller venues. The sla2 is something like 360 brand new so i feel its a really good deal considering it also comes with a road case but I just want to get a second opinion on which one to get. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
seancsmith89 posted a topic in POD HDHI all, Currently looking i investing in the Rackmounted Line 6 POD HD but there is an issue I would like to clear up before I purchase. I am currently using an old Boss GT-8 which is absolutely diabolical in terms of sounds. I set up in the 4cm so that I can place certain effects before and after the preamp (Marshall JCM 2000 DSL). When I set up the signal chain, I can place the pedals external effects loop into the chain as an active component. IE: WAH>>VOLUME PEDAL>>OVD>>(Unused inbuilt preamp simulators)>>EQ>>EXTERNAL EFFECTS LOOP>>CHORUS>>DELAY>>REVERB All of the above are interchangeable so I can have any signal chain I wish. My worry is, that, from the online videos I have looked at, and a quick glance of the manual, I cannot figure out where the external effects loop in in the POD's signal chain. Am I missing something here?
I hope this isn't a noob question, but I still don't understand how to hook up the Pod HD to my head and only use its power amp section to power the Pod. I have tried the "4 cable method," and all I ended up with was a barely audible guitar sound. Maybe I did something wrong, I don't know. What is the proper way of doing this? Also, is there a way to get rid of mic emulation and cab emulation like on the Axe FX? I am confused and I really dig the tone of my Pod HD Pro X, and I have been dying to use it with my 4x12. What do I need to do to get it sounding best and to get all my connections right?