I really like the POD XT, it really seems to pack a punch, it really does have a lot of features I like including special setups already for many hit songs, which seems pretty neat.Milkman said:I had an RP200 for a couple of weeks. I can't remember exactly why I got rid of it but I do remember it wasn't up to whatever task I bought it for.
Thanks for the review.Imported_goods said:I've owned an RP-300 for a few years now. It's a decent unit, with OK effects and amp modeling. It can be tricky to get good sounds when placed in front of a guitar amp because the unit's preset sounds rely on the amp modeling, which you obviously don't need if you're already running through an amp.
I only use mine when I travel these days - it's fantastic when you want to rock out in a hotel room with headphones on - but for "serious" playing I rely on the individual effect pedals on my pedalboard.
IMHO the RP-300 is a good beginner's unit or if you're on a tight budget, but that's about it. If you're really serious about getting great guitar tones, you'll find yourself looking to "upgrade" quite soon.