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  1. dime3334

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    Here are the specs from Line 6 for the Vetta with the Vetta II upgrade : :shred:

    300-watts stereo – Louder than ever
    Full power into 4, 8, 0r 16 ohms – Add up to four 4 x 12” cabs without sacrificing power
    40 lbs. (18kg)
    29"W x 10"H x 9"D (74cm x 25cm x 23cm)
    70+ classic and modern amp models – choose any two to best fit your song
    27 speaker cabinet models – mix and match with amp models to create a truly unique combination
    Over 50 stompbox and studio effects models (including filter and synth) – color your sound any way you like
    A.I.R.™ II with 6 different mic models and positions – adjust the room ambience to add more vibe to your sound
    Unique Line 6 features like Two Amps at Once and Double Tracker – sound bigger than you ever thought possible
    Wet/Dry cabinet support – preserve the integrity of your amp tone while using multiple effects
    Supports Digital and Analog Re-Amping – record a dry signal and change your sound after it has been recorded
    Stereo XLR balanced +4dBu direct outputs (with ground lift switch) – patch directly into a mixing board or PA
    Stereo 1/4-inch unbalanced –10dBV direct outs – another way to patch directly into a mixing board or PA
    1/4-inch programmable stereo effects loop – add even more of your own effects
    MIDI in and out – full MIDI implementation to go even deeper
    Chromatic Tuner – stay in tune with our most accurate tuner ever
    Add an FBV Foot Controller:

    Dedicated channel switches – use one amp, two, or both
    Dedicated effects on/off switches – use the effects only when they’re needed
    Large name display – easy to see on stage
    Wah pedal with toe switch on/off – a dedicated wah is always at your feet
    Volume pedal – control the dynamics of your sound
    Chromatic digital tuner – that accurate tuner is now at your feet
    Tap Tempo – now your delays will match the tempo of your song
    No wall-wart—powered by Vetta II
    Also works with FBV4™ and FBV Shortboard™
    Vetta II Amp Models:

    Bypass (no amp)
    Line 6® Tube Preamp
    Line 6® Variax® Acous
    Line 6® Piezacustic1
    Line 6® Piezacustic2
    Line 6® Clean
    Line 6® Super Clean
    Line 6® Sparkle
    Line 6® Super Sparkl
    Line 6® Sparkle Clean
    Line 6® Twang
    Line 6® Bayou
    Line 6® Class A
    Line 6® JTS-45
    Line 6® Mood
    Line 6® Purge
    Line 6® Crunch
    Line 6® Throttle
    Line 6® Chemical X
    Line 6® Smash
    Line 6® Spinal Puppet
    Line 6® Fuzz
    Line 6® Chnk Chnk
    Line 6® Big Bottom
    Line 6® Treadplate
    Line 6® Lunatic
    Line 6® Agro
    Line 6® Insane
    Line 6® Octone
    '02 Bomber X-TC based on* Bogner® '02 Ecstasy
    '02 Bomber Uber based on* Bogner® '02 Uberschall
    '01 Zen Master based on* Budda® '01 Twinmaster
    '03 Connor 50 based on* Conford '03 mk50h
    '03 Deity Crunch based on* Diezel® '03 VH4-Crunch
    '03 Deity Lead based on* Deizel '03 VH-4-Lead
    '03 Deity's Son based on* Diezel® '03 Herbert
    '02 ANGEL P-Ball based on* ENGL® '02 Powerball
    '53 Fn Tweed Small Tweed based on* Fender® ‘53 Tweed Deluxe Reverb®
    '58 Fn Tweed B-Man based on* Fender® '58 Bassman®
    '61 Fn Tweed Tiny Tweed based on* Fender® '61 Tweed Champ®
    '63 Fn Black Vib Verb based on* Fender® '63 Vibroverb
    '64 Fn Black Lux based on* Fender® '64 Deluxe Reverb®
    '65 Fn Black Double based on* Fender® '65 Twin Reverb®
    '67 Fn Black Dual Show based on* Fender® '67 Dual Showman® Head
    '72 Fn Silver Bass Head based on* Fender® '72 Bassman® Head
    '96 Fn Mini Double based on* Fender® '96 Mini Twin Reverb®
    '60 Gibtone Explorer based on* Gibson® '60 GA-18 Explorer
    '60 G-Brand Two-Tone based on* Gretsch® '60 6156
    '73 Hiway 100 Custom based on* Hiwatt® '73 Custom 100
    '65 Brit Plexi J-45 based on* Marshall® '65 JTM-45
    '68 Brit Plexi Lead 100 based on* Marshall® '68 Super Lead
    '68 Brit Plexi Bass 100 based on* Marshall® '68 Super Bass
    '68 Brit Plexi Jump Lead based on* Marshall® '68 S Ld (jumpered)
    '68 Brit Plexi Variac based on* Marshall® '68 Variac Plexi
    '69 Brit Plexi Lead 200 based on* Marshall® '69 Major
    '87 Brit Gain J-800 based on* Marshall® '87 JCM 800
    '87 Brit Gain Silver J based on* Marshall® '87 Silver Jubilee
    '68 Brit Gain JM Pre based on* Marshall® '96 JMP-1
    '92 Brit Gain J-900 Clean based on* Marshall® '92 JCM-900-Clean
    '92 Brit Gain J-900 Dist based on* Marshall® '92 JCM-900-Dist
    '03 Brit Gain J-2000 based on* Marshall® '03 JCM 2000
    '96 Match Chief based on* Matchless '96 Chieftain
    '93 Match D-30 based on* Matchless '93 DC-30
    '85 California Crunch based on* Mesa/Boogie® '85 Mark IIC+
    '01 California Treadplate based on* Mesa/Boogie® '01 Dual Rectifier®
    '01 CaliforniaDiamondPlate based on* Mesa/Boogie® '01 Triple Rectifier®
    '02 Missippi Criminal based on* Peavey® '02 5150 II
    '87 Jazz Clean 120 based on* Roland® '87 Jazz Chorus
    '67 Wishbook Silver 12 based on* Silvertone® '67 Twin Twelve
    '93 Hi Gain Solo 100 based on* Soldano '93 SLO
    '63 Super O Pawnshop based on* Supro® '60s S6616
    '62 Super O Thunder based on* Supro® '62 Thunderbolt
    '61 Class A C-15 based on* Vox® '61 AC-15
    '67 Class A C-30 TB based on* Vox® '67 AC-30 Top Boost
    Line 6 Boutique #1 based on* POD® 2.0 based on* Model of the Dumble® Overdrive Special
    Line 6 Modern Hi Gain #1 based on* POD® 2.0 based on* a Soldano X88R
    05 Brit Gain Eighteen based on* Marshall® 1974X Reissue
    63 Class A C-30 Fawn based on* Pre Top-Boost Vox® AC-30
    05 Citrus D-30 based on* Orange® AD30TC Channel 1
    01 J-2000 & Germ based on* Marshall® JCM2000 DSL w/Deep Switch
    Vetta II Cabinet Models:

    No Cab
    1x6 Super O based on* 1x6x9 Supro® '60s S6616
    1x8 Tweed based on* 1x8 Fender® '61 Tweed Champ®
    1x10 Gibtone based on* 1x10 Gibson® '59 GA-18 Explorer
    1x10 G-Brand based on* 1x10 Gretsch '60 6156
    1x12 Tweed based on* 1x12 Fender® ‘53 Tweed Deluxe Reverb®
    1x12 Blackface based on* 1x12 Fender® '64 Deluxe Reverb®
    1x12 Line 6 based on* 1x12 Line 6® Cabinet
    1x12 California based on* 1x12 Mesa/Boogie® '85 Mark IIC+
    1x12 Class A based on* 1x12 Vox® '61 AC-15
    1x15 Thunder based on* 1x15 Supro® '62 Thunderbolt
    2x2 Mini T based on* 2x2 Fender® '96 Mini Twin Reverb®
    2x12 Zen Master based on* 2x12 Budda® ‘01 Twinmaster
    2x12 Blackface based on* 2x12 Fender® '65 Twin Reverb®
    2x12 Line 6 based on* 2x12 Line 6® Cabinet
    2x12 Match based on* 2x12 Matchless '96 Chieftain
    2x12 Jazz based on* 2x12 Roland® '87 Jazz Chorus
    2x12 Wishbook based on* 2x12 Silvertone® '67 Twin Twelve
    2x12 Class A based on* 2x12 Vox® '67 AC-30 Top Boost
    4x10 Tweed based on* 4x10 Fender® '58 Bassman®
    4x12 Hiway based on* 4x12 Hiwatt® '73 Custom 100 Cabinet
    4x12 Line 6 based on* 4x12 Line 6® Cabinet
    4x12 Green 20's based on* 4x12 Marshall® '67 Cab w/ Celestion® Greenbacks
    4x12 Green 25's based on* 4x12 Marshall® '68 Cab w/ Celestion® Greenbacks
    4x12 Brit T75 based on* 4x12 Marshall® Cab w/ Celestion® G12-T75’s
    4x12 Brit V30's based on* 4x12 Marshall® Cab w/ Celestion® Vintage 30’s
    4x12 Treadplate based on* 4x12 Mesa/Boogie® '01 Cabinet
    4x12 HiGn SOLO based on* 4x12 Soldano '93 Cabinet
    Vetta II Mic Models:

    SM-57 based on* Shure® SM57 On Axis
    SM-57 Off Axis based on* Shure® SM57 Off Axis
    MD-421 based on* Sennheiser® MD 421 On Axis
    MD-421 Off Axis based on* Sennheiser® MD 421 Off Axis
    U-67 based on* Neumann® U 67 On Axis
    U-67 Off Axis based on* Neumann® U 67 Off Axis
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    Vetta II Distrotion Stompboxes:

    Facial Fuzz based on* Arbiter Fuzz Face®
    Tube Drive based on* Chandler Tube Drive®
    Fuzz Pi based on* Electro-Harmonix® Big Muff Pi®
    Screamer based on* Ibanez® TS-808 Tube Screamer®
    Octave Fuzz based on* Tycobrahe® Octavia®
    Classic Dist based on* ProCo Rat
    Metal Z based on* Boss® MT-2 Metal Zone®
    Line 6® Gain Boost
    Vetta II Modulation Stompboxes and Pitch Shift Modulation Post Effect Models:

    Jet Flanger based on* A/DA Flanger
    Analog Chorus based on* Boss® CE-1 Chorus Ensemble
    Phaser based on* MXR® Phase 90
    U-Vibe based on* Univox Uni-Vibe®
    Line 6® Lumpy Phase
    Line 6® Sine Chorus
    Line 6® Square Chorus
    Line 6® Expo Flange
    Line 6® Random Chorus
    Analog Square based on* Square CE-1 Chorus
    POD Purple X
    Line 6® Random S&H
    Line 6® Tape Eater
    Opto Trem based on* Fender® '65 Twin Tremolo
    Bias Trem based on* Vox® '67 AC-30 Tremolo
    RotaryDrum + Horn based on* Leslie® 145 Rotary Speaker
    RotaryDrum based on* Fender® Vibratone
    Line 6® Stereo Chorus
    Line 6® Stereo Flange
    Line 6® Hi Talk
    Line 6® Sweeper
    Line 6® Warble-Matic
    Line 6® Auto Panner
    Vetta II Dynamic Stompboxes:

    Blue Comp based on* Boss® CS-1 Compression Sustainer
    Blue Comp Treb based on* Boss® CS-1 w/ treble switch on
    Red Comp based on* MXR® Dynacomp
    Vetta Comp
    Vetta Juice
    Line 6® Auto Swell
    Vetta II Synth/Filter Stompboxes:

    Synth Lead based on* Moog® Lead
    Synth String based on* ARP/Solina Strings
    Synth Analog based on* Moog® and ARP
    Line 6® Synth FX
    Line 6® Buzz Wave
    Line 6® Rez Synth
    Line 6® Ring Modulator
    Line 6® Double Bass
    Line 6® Synth Harmony
    Auto Wah based on* Mu-tron® III Up
    Dingo-Tron based on* Mu-tron® III Down
    Line 6® Filter Sweep
    Vetta II Tremolo Post Effect Models:

    Opto Trem based on* Fender® '65 Twin Tremolo
    Bias Trem based on* Vox® '67 AC-30 Tremolo
    Vetta II Gate/Post Compressor Effect Models based on*:

    Noise Gate
    Studio Compressor per amp
    Vetta II Post EQ Effect Models based on*:

    4 Band Graphic EQ/Amp
    Studio Compressor per amp
    Vetta II Delay Post Effect Models:

    Analog Echo based on* Boss® DM-2 Analog Delay
    Analog w/Mod based on* Electro-Harmonix® Deluxe Memory Man
    Tube Echo based on* Maestro® EP-1 Echoplex
    Tape Echo based on* Maestro® EP-3 Echoplex
    Multi-head based on* Roland® RE-101 Space Echo
    Echo Platter based on* Binson EchoRec
    Line 6® Digital Delay
    Line 6® Reverse Delay
    Line 6® Low Rez Delay
    Line 6® Phaze Eko
    Line 6® Sweep echo
    Line 6® Bubble Echo
    Line 6® Ping Pong Delay
    Line 6® Stereo Delay
    Ducking Delay based on* T.C. Electronic® 2290
    Vetta II Reverb Post Effect Models:

    Lux Spring based on* Fender® '64 Deluxe Spring
    Std Spring based on* Fender '65 Twin Reverb® Spring
    Line 6® Spring
    Line 6® Small Room
    Line 6® Large Room
    Line 6® Studio
    Line 6® Tiled Room
    Line 6® Memphis Plate
    Line 6® Foil Plate
    Line 6® Blue Plate
    Line 6® Bingo Hall
    Line 6® Concert Hall
    Line 6® War Memorial
    Line 6® Hangar 18
    Line 6® Propellerverb
    Line 6® Radioverb
    Vetta II Wah Effect Models:

    Chrome based on* Vox® V846
    Chrome Custom based on* Vox® Clyde McCoy(Fassel Inductor)
    Conductor based on* Maestro® Boomerang
    Weeper based on* Arbiter Crybaby
    Line 6® Original
    Colorful based on* Colorsound® Wah-Fuzz
    Bones based on* TMC Real McCoy
    Vetta II Other Effect Models:

    Foot Controlled Pitch Shift based on* Digitech® Whammy®
     
  2. ZXIIIT

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    The Vetta I has 200 watts, the upgrade does not change that :)

    Also, get a FRFR speaker! I used mine with cabs for a while and changed to a FRFR speaker and it blows the cabs away..
     
  3. dime3334

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    Yeah, true about the watts, forgot to put that in there... Any recomondations on a FRFR speaker that would go well with this amp?
     
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    Specs from the Vetta I HD :

    Vetta HD Features

    Complete No-Compromise Guitar System. Rig Functionality, Combo Portability.
    Incredibly toneful, next generation amp models. The best we've ever done.
    Unique Line 6 features like Two Amps At Once and Double Tracker, combined with a built-in collection of vintage stompboxes and studio gear, give you a live sound previously available only in the studio.
    Revolutionary power amp design duplicates the punch and feel of the greatest amps.
    Intuitive and comprehensive pedal board for total control of amps, stompboxes, and effects.
    Wet/Dry Cabinet Support
    Direct XLR outputs
    Programmable stereo effects loop
    Flash upgradable software
    200 Watts Stereo (very conservatively rated) ***
    Full power into 4, 8, or 16 ohms
    40 lbs. (18kg)
    29"W x 10"H x 9"D (74cm x 25cm x 23cm)
    Add an FBV Pedal Board:

    Dedicated channel switches
    Dedicated effects on/off switches
    Large name display
    Wah pedal with toe switch on/off
    Volume pedal
    Chromatic digital tuner
    Tap Tempo
    No wall-wart—powered by Vetta
    Vetta Amp Models based on*:

    Bogner '02 Ecstasy
    Bogner '02 Uberschall
    Budda '01 Twinmaster
    ENGL '02 Powerball
    Fender '53 Tweed Deluxe
    Fender '58 Bassman
    Fender '61 Tweed Champ
    Fender '64 Deluxe Reverb
    Fender '65 Twin Reverb
    Fender '96 Mini Twin
    Gibson '59 GA-18T Explorer
    Gretsch '60 6156
    Hiwatt '73 Custom 100
    Marshall '65 JTM-45
    Marshall '68 Super Lead
    Marshall '68 Super Bass
    Marshall '68 Variac Plexi
    Marshall '69 Major
    Marshall '87 JCM 800
    Marshall '96 JMP-1
    Matchless '96 Chieftain
    Matchless '93 DC-30
    Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
    Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier
    Mesa Boogie '81 Mark IIC+
    Roland Jazz Chorus
    Silvertone '66 Twin Twelve
    Soldano '93 SLO
    Supro '60s S6616
    Supro Thunderbolt
    Vox '61 AC-15
    Vox '67 AC-30 Top Boost
    Plus 16 unique and tasty Line 6 amp models!
    Vetta Cabinet Models based on*:

    1 x 6" Supro
    1x8" Fender® '61 Champ®
    1 x 10" Gibson
    1 x 10" Gretsch
    1 x 12" Fender '53 Tweed Deluxe
    1 x 12" Fender '64 Deluxe Reverb
    1 x 12" Mesa Boogie EV
    1 x 12" Vox '61 AC-15
    1 x 15" Supro
    2 x 2" Fender Mini Twin
    2 x 12" Budda
    2 x 12" Fender Twin
    2 x 12" Matchless
    2 x 12" Roland JC-120
    2 x 12" Silvertone
    2 x 12" Vox '67 AC-30
    4 x 10" Fender '58 Bassman
    4 x 12" Hiwatt '73
    4 x 12" Marshall '67 Greenbacks
    4 x 12" Marshall '68 Greenbacks
    4 x 12" Marshall G70
    4 x 12" Marshall V30
    4 x 12" Mesa Boogie
    4 x 12" Soldano
    Vetta Effect Models based on*:

    ADA Flanger
    Arbiter Fuzz Face
    Binson EchoRec
    Boss CE-1 Chorus
    Boss CS-1 Compressor
    Boss DM-2 Delay
    Chandler Tube Driver
    Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi
    Electro Harmonix Memory Man
    Fender Opto Tremolo
    Fender Vibratone
    Ibanez Tube Screamer
    Leslie 145
    Maestro EP-1 Echoplex
    Maestro EP-3 Echoplex
    MXR Dyna Comp
    MXR Phase 90
    ProCo Rat
    Roland Space Echo
    Tychobrahe Octavia
    Univox Univibe
    Vox Bias Tremolo
    Plus 31 Line 6 Reverb, Delay, Modulation, and Compressor models!
     
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    Interesting opinion. In what way do you think the Vetta slays the POD HD? Is it only because of the amount of fx you can put on it?
     
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    Well I've always liked the quality of the amp sims and they are a-plenty! The upgradedcab sims are truly where it's at, and that's the main thing I see that makes it better. Also, yes, all of the FX too :) Then again, I play metal, so the vetta was pretty much made for that. The high gain sims are sweet! I'm still trying to get a good blues crunch tone though, but it's definitely there! Just takes a bit more tweaking.

    EDIT: This thread has forced me to purchase a vetta II head from GC. OP, I hate/love you.
     
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    Currently using a Carvin PM15A. It is very super loud and crisp, since we all can't afford a Mackie HD :)
     
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    For GREAT bluesy crunchy tones try the Chemical X and Hiwatt amp!
    Don't over do the gain!
     
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    SO trying this next time I get in the studio! Thanks mang
     
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    dime3334 SS.org Regular

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    .[/QUOTE]EDIT: This thread has forced me to purchase a vetta II head from GC. OP, I hate/love you.[/QUOTE]

    Glad I inspired you to get yourself a KICK ASS amp! :rocker:
     
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    Sorry to bump this, but has anyone had any trouble getting the M-Audio MIDI Uno device to work with the Vetta II recently?

    I have been using that setup on my Mac for more than a year and now nothing will work, I tried using it on my PC and same result, I think it's my Vetta not wanting to connect via MIDI all of the sudden...
    :/
     
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    If you can, I'd say try a different MIDI device before doing anything drastic....or try the UNO with something else to be sure that it isn't malfunctioning on its own.....
     
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    Which one would you recommend?

    I tried the UNO with my MIDI keyboard and the "In" LED light, which won't happen with the Vetta.
     
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    Well make sure it still works with the keyboard as far as inputting MIDI data into your DAW or something just to be sure. Rule out all of the small things so you know for a fact it may be a bigger problem. If its still acting up, maybe update the drivers on the Uno or try something else. I've been using a Midisport for awhile and it hasn't failed yet, except for a few USB ports on my computer. You may want to check that as well. Or reinstall the drivers. There are so many things you have to rule out with computers. It sucks :lol:
     
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    sorry to hijack/bump this thread. I want to buy a line 6 head.
    but i was wondering if any of you guys could tell me the differences of the Vetta II and the MKII HD100?
    which suits better for death metal? And would you recommend me to buy a line 6 head or buy the line 6 hd pro and run it through my randall v2?
     
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    What's wrong with your V2? if I dind't have a Vetta, I would most likely have a Randall V2 Archetype :)

    I would suggest the Vetta if you want a wider range of options, the HD heads are cool and sound well when dialed in right, but are limited in what they can do compared to the Vetta.

    Also, had no luck with getting my Vetta to MIDI still, I'm gonna try setting it up on a completely different computer, if that fails then, something is wrong with my Vetta.
     
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    there's nothing wrong with my V2, i just love solid state amps and i want to buy a new one.
    So that's why i'm considering the Vetta II, the MKII HD100 or if is better the line 6 HD Pro rack.
     
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    Cool, definitely get the Vetta if the HD Pro rack is too expensive.
     
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    I forgot to add, I finally got a better cab, the Line 6 Spider Valve cab, with Vintage 30's. Wow, what a difference! MUCH better!
     
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    VBCheeseGrater not quite a shredder

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    The HD PRO would have the newer generation of amp models...so in theory it should sound better, at least as a preamp. I've got the HD Pro and i'm happy with the sounds i'm getting from it - play gigs regularly with it. It's dependent highly on what you power it with. The Vetta has a nice power amp built in already. with the HD pro, you'd need a good SS power amp or a tube power amp to match or surpass what the Vetta does.
     

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