4471 tones found POD HD500 tones
||'57 Gib ES-175||Joe Pass||Class A-30 TB||Jazz||388|
||'61 Gib ES-335||Class A-30 TB||Jazz||343|
||'64 Ampeg B15n||John Abecrombie||Gateway Albums||Gateway, Return to Forever, etc.||Tweed B-Man Pre||Jazz Fusion||1534|
|skitly||1964 Ampeg B15n Portaflex... I have had this amp since 1981, wonderful creamy soft touch for guitar, can get gritty for bass, but focused, gentle, and punchy too... built this preset based on my jazz combo rig for guitar, click off the effects and use it for bass, seems to sound very close for both... the 15 inch JBL was a bit hard to model, used the 12 inch deluxe speaker, relied on the graphic equalizer to bring it in close...||6/25/11|
||'64 Vibroverb||Wes Montgomery||Movin' Wes||Wes Montgomery||458783 / 458783||Jazz||1859|
|skitly||Classic tone of the early 60's Fender Vibroverbs, warm, sweet... wonderful with hollowbody humbuckers||6/27/11|
||'68 Plexi 100||Eric Clapton||Crossroads||Cream||Brit J-45 Pre / 458788||British Blues Rock||2150|
|skitly||Classic tone from the Cream Goodbye album, Clapton with his ES335, Marshall stack, stadium rock... use your neck pickup, turn the tone way down, and you will get that classic "woman" tone of the "Clapton is God" Era...||6/27/11|
||'69 Vox AC50||80's Hair band guys||Poison, Metalica, etc.||Class A-30 TB Pre / Class A-30 TB Pre||80's Hair Band Rock||1762|
|skitly||My brother used two AC50 heads in stereo parked on Marshall 1960 cabs playing in a touring midwest band from 82-87... he says he heard the late 60's AC50's referred to as "the best smallbox Marshall that ever was" and his rig was the perfect complement to the JCM800s his friends used... I remember hearing the cool, tight harmonics my bro would get... we built this preset together, bro says it gets very close to the sound he had...||6/25/11|
||'71 Super Lead||I Just Want to Make Love To You, Slow Ride, Fool For the City||Foghat, etc.||Brit J-45 / Brit J-45||70's British Blues Rock||1323|
|skitly||Growing up playing guitar in the 70's, I coveted my cousin's 71 post-plexi 100 watt Marshall Super Lead... had that snarly, trebly stadium max-crunch... not pure and creamy like 60's plexis... but made famous for our generation by bands like Foghat... visited with my cousin and he pulled his old amp out, had my HD500, we built an approximation which you see here, very close, especially with a Gibson Humbucker guitar or Variax setting...||6/24/11|
||'76 Vibrolux||458756||Blues, classic rock||890|
|skitly||Based on my 1976 Silverface Fender Vibrolux Reverb (Vibrato Channel) with two 10 inch ceramic magnet Oxford (Fender) Speakers. I've had this since I bought it new in '76 (high school days!). To get this sound I had to use an equalizer to drift off some of the mud from the 59 Tweed 10 cab model... This tests very close to the real thing... to make it sound pushed, add tube drive... included is reverb and trem... add your own effects and get a 70's vibe working for you!||6/24/11|
||*____________*||NONE||Handy Blank Separator for HD500 Edit||N/A||N/A||334|
|LarryLion||Use this in your setlists on the HD500Pod Editor to easily see where sets start and end, or separate sets, etc.||6/30/12|
Model Packs increase the number of Amp or FX Models of a GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt, PODxt Live or PODxt Pro, for a wider variety of tone possibilities. When a particular tone in the library relies on a Model available in one of these packs, you'll see symbol(s) to indicate which Packs: MS (Metal Shop), CC (Classics Collection), FX (FX Junkie), and PP (Power Pack).
The models within the FX Junkie Model Pack are already included in PODxt Live, and offered for purchase to add-on to GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt and PODxt Pro.
Variax is the uniquely flexibile guitar from Line 6. Our Vetta II amplifier includes a digital connection for the Variax that lets you store settings for both your amp and your guitar in the Vetta II so that when you call up a Vetta Channel Memory your amp and guitar can change sounds together. Vetta II Tones marked with this guitar symbol include this Variax data.
For each tone in the library, you'll see an icon for either a single coil or humbucker pickup. This tells you whether the tone is best for use with a single coil pickup or a humbucker, so you can select the appropriate pickup on your guitar when using this tone.
Attention POD 2.0, Flextone and HD147 owners... Your hardware doesn't do Stomp effects, so you'll hear something different than what was intended. Try increasing the Drive or choose a higher gain Amp Model to get the right sound. The other aspects of the sound should translate as expected, so you'll at least get a great starting place for tweaking.
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