Do you own onf of the following Line6 amps or FX:
Do you have some killer tones/patches that you’ve created? Or maybe you’re looking for a new sound? Then click the picture above and take a look at Vettaville’s patch/tone library.
If you need information about the factory default Spider III presets, then look no further. Click the link above, then at the bottom of the page that you see, there are links for the preset info.
A huge thanks to everyone that’s watched my YouTube videos over the past 18 months, and thanks to all the great comments, and high ratings.
Above is the first YouTube guitar demo I did, and it’s one of the highest rated and watched of m,y videos. Enjoy.
Although I usually vomit at the mere mention of iPhone’s or Apple Mac’s in general. I have to say hearing that Line6 has released a VettaII/Variax editor for the iPhone makes me with I had a Vetta, a Variax, and an iPhone.
URGH, did I really say I wished I had an iPhone??
Anyway, for those of you that do have all that gear, check out the capabilities HERE
Do you like Jamming? Do you have a way of recording your guitar? If the answer to both is yes then get yourself to Rowbi’s Online Jam Group on the Line6 Community and get JAMMING!.
P.S. You may need to sign up for a free Line 6 forum account to access my Jam Group
Have you ever fancied custom designing your own guitar. Well check out this cool site where you can do just that, for free:
The simplist type of audio interface… A guitar cable with a USB plug on the other end that connects directly to your PC. They also make a Microphone XLR to USB cable(MicLink), and a Stereo Line level version (LineLink).
Use speakers connected to your onboard sound card to monitor your POD XT that’s connected via USB.
Myself and Guitar4HisGlory from the Line 6 forum play the blues.
I play the first 12 bars, then G4HG plays the next 12. We then alternate our playing. You should be able to tell us apart after that as we have very distinct tones.
Click the links below for the relevant files.