We have some calls for the pod's at the the shop but the price just scares alot away. I've sold some on the Vamps by word of mouth and experience from other players. But im getting tons of calls for the older processers such as the RP12 , Chamelion, ADA 1's and the 2101 A series. I've messed with the Pod some and it was good but didnt fit my needs. I have customers that swear by the pods and the vamps both. but most agree for the money the vamp is sufficient and a good piece of gear.yakamashii said:digitech rule for me.. i own an outdated rp12 digitech but the sound kickass
The GNX3 does have a built in recorder but uses SmartMedia cards (owned it for a couple of days but returned it for the GNX4). The GNX4 is easily hooked-up to your computer and uses CompactFlash. I basically put all my pedals into storage after purchasing the GNX4. With all the backing tracks available on this site, the GNX4 has turned into a band in a box. Everything I ever wanted comes in this box (yeah right, give it time and they'll have something bigger and better). You don't even need an amp if you want to just practice (a real nice pair of headphones plugged into the GNX4 do the trick).Freeze said:The gnx3 has a built-in recorder? I thought that was a new feature of the gnx4.
Will have to look at it!