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Hello!

 

I'm now the happy owner of a POD XT live unit, and I'm enjoying it very much. Unfortunately, I haven't found a single place (and I went through the user manual in detail) where the list of default tones is detailed. 

 

I would like to look up a document (pamphlet, card, cheat sheet, whatever), looking for the traits of the sound I'm looking for, in order to locate it easily, instead of going through all the voices, bank by bank, trying to remember (or jotting on a napkin) the ones I might be interested in.

 

Does anyone here now of some resource that could be useful to me? Thanks in advance.

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You can do that using the Line 6 Edit app from the Line 6 site. It will allow you to export a list of all your tones to an HTML file that you can edit. Unfortunately, it doesn't give you any information other than the location and the tone name. When you select a tone, it will open a window with graphics showing you the current settings for that tone and you can edit them. You can see all the sections at once which makes it much easier to edit than twisting the knobs on the POD. It also allows you to back up your settings into bundles. There is also a tuner for your guitar. 

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Thank you very much for the pointer, @daveny5.

 

I was hoping for something more referential, and definitely less Windows-dependent, because every time I need a Windows machine I have to grab a friend's (my own machine runs Linux).

 

Anyway, this is the best pointer I've got so far, so thank you very much. I guess I will be ringing my friend tonight.  :)

 

Just as a side note, I must say that I find very strange that Line 6 didn't include such a basic and important piece of information in the user's manual. I'm sure I'm not the only one that would have benefited from it.

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On 7/11/2020 at 3:01 PM, unna said:

Thank you very much for the pointer, @daveny5.

 

I was hoping for something more referential, and definitely less Windows-dependent, because every time I need a Windows machine I have to grab a friend's (my own machine runs Linux).

 

Anyway, this is the best pointer I've got so far, so thank you very much. I guess I will be ringing my friend tonight.  :)

 

Just as a side note, I must say that I find very strange that Line 6 didn't include such a basic and important piece of information in the user's manual. I'm sure I'm not the only one that would have benefited from it.

 

Google is your best friend.  0.48s;
https://l6c-acdn2.line6.net/data/6/0a060b316ac34f0593d67f7ef/application/pdf/PODxt Live Preset Chart ( Rev A ).pdf

 

https://www.google.com/search?q=pod+xt+live+preset+list&oq=pod+xt+live+preset+list&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l2.15199j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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Thank you @GitDD. Very useful. I really need to learn to use that google thing you mention. 

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