Pod (amp modeler)

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Pod is a series of digital guitar amplifier modelers from Line 6. Pods are designed to digitally simulate amplifiers. Most Pods also include cabinet models, and all Pods include effects models. All Pod variants include headphone ports and recording ports, and can be used to feed a signal into an amp or directly into a PA system. Some variants include USB for direct recording interface with a computer.

Famous POD users include Dino Cazares of Fear Factory (who was one of the first professional users), Weezer, Meshuggah, Tosin Abasi of Reflux and Animals as Leaders, and Misha "Bulb" Mansoor of Periphery.

Product models and variants[edit]

Studio[edit]

Pod X3 "bean"
  • POD 1.0 - 16 guitar amp models
  • POD 2.0 - 32 guitar amp models
  • POD xt - 36 guitar amp models
  • POD xt PRO - 36 guitar amp models
  • POD X3 - 78 guitar amp models and 28 bass amp models
  • POD X3 Pro - 78 guitar amp models and 28 bass amp models
  • Bass POD xt - 28 bass amp models
  • Bass POD xt Pro - 28 bass amp models
  • POD HD - 16 guitar amp models
  • POD HD Pro - 25 guitar amp models
  • POD HD Pro X - 25 guitar amp models

Stage[edit]

The Floor POD and Live series are variants of the standard PODs designed for live stage performance. They are similar in appearance to an effects pedal combined with a simplified mixing console.

  • Floor POD - 12 guitar amp models.
  • Floor POD Plus - 32 guitar amp models
  • POD xt Live - 42 guitar amp models
  • POD X3 Live - 78 guitar amp models and 28 bass amp models
  • Bass Floor POD - 5 bass amp models
  • Bass POD xt Live - 28 bass amp models
  • POD HD300 - 16 guitar amp models
  • POD HD400 - 16 guitar amp models
  • POD HD500 - 22 guitar amp models
  • POD HD500X - 30 guitar amp models

Mobile[edit]

  • Pocket POD - A pocket-sized POD designed for easier portability, featuring 32 guitar amp models
  • Pocket POD Express - A budget version of the Pocket POD, featuring five guitar amp models

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