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    Here is an excerpt from last night's gig. "Don't Need No Doctor". Using a POD HD300 into a Vibrolux. I also boosted the signal with a Daneletro TOD-1.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6808503/clip...ednodoctor.mp3

    I went with that rig because I needed a variety of tones, and I was using the stage amp. Worked quite well actually. I used the Preamp model only in the amp model for the HD300.
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    Sounds pretty good.

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    Great rhythm tones and that solo was delicious!

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    Gracias por favor!
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    Cool bluesy, jazzy version! The only problem is that I kept having the Humble Pie and/or W.A.S.P. versions of the song running through my head
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig View Post
    Great rhythm tones and that solo was delicious!
    +1! Great sound, hot solo!

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    Dunno how I missed this, but it sounds great. If I could have gotten that kind of tone when I had an HD300 I would hae kept the thing. And through an amp, too. Downloaded patch or your own invention?
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    Thanks Helliott! I only use my own inventions for the POD units... the problem with them is that you (well I do) sit and mess around and tweak and test FOREVER! I love the simplicity of a basic amp and a pedal - there isn't much knobs to turn! That in turn encourages playing, whereas anything with a lot of knobs end up wasting my time, so to speak. I mean it's cool to be able to tweak, but I end up spending too much time tweaking, compared to what I get out of it. I'm better off practicing playing than practicing tweaking.
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