Anyone use a POD for FX after lineout into desk

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  1. JimH

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    ie get your delay, reverb and all the wibbly wobbly from the POD?
     
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    nobody? I've not tried it live but i've had pretty good 'home' results like this. it's a convenient way to use the thing, without using amp sims or anything else. Just as a post FX unit.
     
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    I've done that before to add post delays, compression, modulations, and noise gating. These days I treat it like an amp to the PA after my pedalboard. These things are so versatile.
     
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    So no amp at all?
     
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    Nope. It sounds pretty good too. It took awhile to really dial it in, though.
     
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    I'm thinking of doing my post FX/reverb with it - - see what happens I guess. Interesting prospect I suppose would also be a back up if there was amp failure.

    We're currently not really using much in the monitor department - so I need my amp on stage to hear myself - guess you don't?
     
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    Nope, I'm using the Axiom IEM stuff right now. I've kinda been wanting to get an amp for feedback fun sometimes, but this is working really well right now.
     

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