When I was playing with the New Cars… They’re the top of the line Line 6 amps, I think Vetta is the model name, and they actually are set up so that you can have two different amps on the same channel. In other words: every pre-set is not one amp; it’s two amps. So you can set up a Marshall-style amplifier and plug it into a Gallien-Krueger-style amplifier if you want, and it is still just one preset. So I think they factored in that whole thing of, you know, re-amping as well…”more
"I use PRS McCarty guitars live, and Line 6 Variax 700. My amps are a Laney VC50 and a Line 6 Vetta II. My FX are: Fulltone Distortion Pro, Nobels 808 Distortion Rat, and a Line 6 Delay Modeler. The signal is then split, one side going into a GFX 8 multi effects pedal and then into the Laney. I use a Laney Babel switch (via midi) to change channels (there are 4 of them--clean, crunch, overdrive, and kill), and the other line goes into the Vetta II. I use the foot pedal from the Vetta (long board) to make all my patch changes. All this is mounted on a custom made two-tier board of my own design and manufacture; i.e., I made it."more
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