I love my POD XT Live! It's replaced all of my stomp boxes and given me an arsenal of vintage amps.
I'm driving my Flextone III Xl with this device now and it works wonderful. It took awhile to figure out how to make these two devices work together. I wanted to use just the power amp pf the Flextone III XL.
You need to put a dummy jack in the input of the amp (just use a 1/4" jack or patch cable). Then you need to make sure that the 'FX Loop' button is on.
Plug the outputs of the POD to the Return section of the amp and viola it shoudl be working!
I used to have a POD 2.0 but traded that in when I bought the Flextone. I then went back and got the POD XT Live for the versatility.
From top left to lower right:
Morley Power Wah S/N 210581 - I used this for many years
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95 - Used a few times Electro Harmonix Volume Pedal - Used a few times Foot stand for classical guitar - Used when I practice classical Maestro Phaser S/N MP014814 - Used for many years Tom Scholz Rockman Model IIB - Used for practicing years ago, not used much now DOD Gate/Loop FX30B - Used a few times Arion Stereo Flanger - Used a few times BOSS Acoustic Simulator AC-2 - Not really ever used, thought it was a good idea Pearl Chorus CH-02 - Used for many years Boss Digital Sampler/Delay DSD-2 - Used farily often years ago Boss Equalizer GE-7 - Used for many years Boss Super Overdrive SD-1 - My Main OD once I bought the Twin Reverb Legendary Tones Time Machine Boost S/N 1395 - A great device built by a friend of mine Boss Dr Rhythm DR-110 - Used early on Missing MXR Distortion + - I don't know where this is but I would teste it against the Super Overdrive every once in awhile but the SOD would always win.