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Re: GP-100 v Line 6

With the new Flextone II, you can do this as well, or you can always get a
POD (for your studio work), and run it through a transparent power amp and
cabinet (for live).  POD settings and now the Flex II settings can be
stored and shared via the computer and line6 website.


At 12:08 AM 4/12/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Make sure you look at Yamaha's amps- they are real nice and you can store
>and share patches on your computer-
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Mark Hamburg" <mhamburg@Adobe.COM>
>To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2000 9:53 PM
>Subject: OT: GP-100 v Line 6
>> I'm contemplating replacing my GP-100 with a Line 6 Flextone II and I
>> wondered if anyone on this list had any comments in this regard.
>> The pros and cons I can list without much experience with the 
>> Pros: More direct controls. More amp models. Easily able to use it 
>> of my studio. (This last one is the big selling point. I'm tired of not
>> having a guitar amp.)
>> Cons: Obviously less powerful in terms of range of effects and in terms 
>> the control over the effects.
>> Has anyone done a comparison of the sound quality of the GP-100 v. the
>> various Line 6 products? Or, if I were to stick with what I've got, does
>> anyone have any recommendations on a reasonable amp to use with the 
>> so that I would have some mobility.
>> Thanks.
>> Mark
>> P.S. And of course, if you've been hoping someone would sell a GP-100 in
>> good condition, now is your opportunity to wax effusive about Line 6's
>> products...