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The POD XT Live has a fairly capable volume/wah/expression-pedal built in plus a second assignable expression pedal. What is driving me NUTS is that though you can set up a preset to do "mod mix" or "delay mix", or delay feedback, unlike say, the Line6 DL4 delay, there doesn't seem to be a feature where you can adjust WHAT RANGE the expression pedal can give you. That is to say, if you want to mix all the way from "no delay" to "100% wet" you can do that, but if you only wanted to say, have the expression pedal have a range from all the way off being 10% wet, and all the way on being 30% wet, there doesn't seem to be a way to do this. For now, I use my discrete Line6 DL4 box to do all my delay sounds because I find the built in ability to modulate and play with effects live on the Pod XT Live to be crap. The new generation units all have this (say the HX series) but the old Pod XT does not if I'm correct. Or is there a way and I've missed it? Warren
Dude, in case no signal in or out, this can save you weeks of frustrations, this happened to me..... no matter how stupid it sounds.... are you using exactly the original line 6 power source A.C. adapter ??? not a regular-similar 9 V D.C. power source..... read carefully... the power source its the problem it happened to me... you need to be sure using the original A.C.power source (Not a regular D.C.) ...... iiiiiffff you use a regular 9V D.C. the input signal goes to ground and it does not process anything..... I was using a 9V D.C. and no signal and I spent 1 week doing all kind of updates and contacting techinal support for nothing... after I found my original power source and connected ...voila it works like a charm...I read many guys on internet having same problem and technical support not giving them any answer telling them "send them to us so we can check it up"..... and charging you for that..... use a 9V Altern Current.... not D.C....... do it now..... stop using a D.C. (D.C. did not damaged my unit but it just don't make it work
While my new Amplifi 150 is in the shop (power issues?), I took the plunge and bought a CRATE powerblock to use with my trusty Pod XTLive board - and used the Crate powerblock only as a power amp into my Fender 4x12 cabinet. It worked like a champ. You do need to configure the OUTPUT setting on the Line 6 Pod XT LIVE (I chose power amp, not direct) - but that's usually the case. Guitar into Line 6 Pod XT Live Line 6 Pod left + right outputs --> Crate Powerblock LINE IN (L&R) Crate Powerblock L&R outputs ---> Cabinet (The Fender 4x12 mustang cabinet can be configured to be stereo) You can see in the picture, pretty easy setup. Note: during a live show, I always use my Boss Tuner (just used to it I guess) and I had bought the Behringer Ultra Shifter/Harmonist US600 Processor pedal so I easily drop to an Eb if needed. Versatile little pedal. (and yes, that's a Kramer 5150 replica, which I use for the fun Van Halen party tunes at the end of the night - always fun to play and usually a few guitiarists in the crowd appreciate it.) Crate powerblock was $100 on Craigslist I've previously used the Pod XT live into a Roland Keyboard amp (KB300) but it's very bass-y. And it's only 1 speaker (albeit powerful). Having a 4x12 was helpful as it filled the stage (an outside benefit show). I spent a lot of time pondering the FRFR (Full Range, Flat Response) route - but this was just as powerful, much more affordable, and flexible. Plus, the stereo effects were nice to hear on stage. Hope this helps someone pondering power-amps in a live situation (like me a few weeks ago).