Welcome to the third in a four part series of videos looking at creating your own custom presets on the new and interesting Line 6 POD HD Bean.
In the first video I looked over the interface of the POD HD Bean, and how you would go about creating your own custom presets (aka custom tones). There’s info about creating dual amp rigs, using little tricks to make your tone even better, and the all important basics of saving your tones with unique names. In the second video I demo the tone I showed you how to create (the rhythm tone in this video) and then I also demo a similar tone I’ve created as a lead tone.
Now in this third video I move away from showing you how to create tones, and demo some other tones I’ve created in a similar way to what I showed you in the first video. The custom preset I use in this video is called Zacky Wylde. Download the custom tones here: Tone Download.
Check out the 1st part of this video here: POD HD Bean 101 – Part 1 – Custom Presets and Tones
Check out the 2nd part of this video here: POD HD Bean 101 – Part 2 – Custom Tone Demo and Looping
If you haven’t yet seen my earlier video taking a look aroud the POD HD Bean, take a look at POD HD Bean – First Look
Check out my full POD HD Bean review if you want to know more.