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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Jan 3, 2014.
Meshuggah + Yamaha = Yarmulke
Apparently, Laney is filling in that market if you already have a pod.
With what product?
Really tempted to get one of these new Line 6 "amps" and give my full impressions on it. I'm tempted to plug my iPad into the AUX and run JamUp Pro into it. See how many different uses I can have for it.
Would also be nice to have my music play through it, rather than my TV speakers. Sometimes, I just can't be ....ing bothered to wear headphones.
Thanks Insinfier. Wonder what they will cost....
Guitar playing is just too expensive.
So...I played with the 75 watter for a bit on Sunday.
It sounded okay. Nothing special, but not bad. The tone-matching was passable. Again, not good, but not bad. Very neat, clean package. It could get loud (I was in a store, so I didn't really push it), but I don't think I'd try to gig with it.
Fun tool - if I wanted an amp that had decent sounds, and is super intuitive to use, this is one of the easiest choices out there. The app is super easy to use - I downloaded it while I sat in front of the amp in the store, and was instantly navigating around with the resulting sounds I would expect from a Pod-based product.
I won't buy one, as I have everything covered in terms of what it is capable of, but if I was dumping all my gear for a small "on-the-go" type amp, I'd probably get one. It also sounded very good when I streamed my iTunes stuff through it.
The Guitar Center I work at got these in today. Such an amazing practice amp! I demoed it for a couple of my friends and they bought it immediately. It might not have the most amazing sound to it, but the features speak for themselves if you ask me. Also notable, the size and weight of it make it even better.
^ That's cool bro! I saw these at NAMM and they are cool for just jamming around!
Yeah dude they rule for that! Speaking of NAMM, thanks again for showing me those Mayones haha. It was great seeing you there.