With its simple plug-and-play interface, ultra-portable lightweight design, and best-in-class tones, Line 6's POD Go Guitar Processor gets you on the road to the ultimate tone.
- Best-in-Class Performance Including amp, cab, and effects models drawn from the award-winning HX family of processors
- Simple Interface with Colour Display Fast and easy tone creation
- Portable Compact, lightweight design
- 4.3" (11cm) Color LCD makes it easy to see what you are doing
- Color footswitch LEDs indicate which type of effect is active
- Load third-party cabinet impulse responses (IRs) for unlimited cabinet options
- Snapshots let you seamlessly switch between tones without audio dropouts
- Free POD Go Edit app for easy preset editing and backup
- Stereo effects loop and TRS expression pedal/dual footswitch input
- Connect to a traditional amp via 4-Cable Method
- 4-in/4-out 24bit/96kHz audio interface for recording and re-amping
Quick Start Videos
POD Go Quick Start Part One: Connectivity and Play View
This POD Go guitar processor tutorial provides an introduction to the Preset and Stomp modes in Play View, as well as using the Guitar In, Main Out, Amp Out, and stereo FX Loop jacks to connect POD Go to a powered speaker in mono, two powered speakers in stereo, a live or recording mixer, the front end of a standard amp, or an amp and effects using 4-Cable Method.
POD Go Quick Start Part Two: Editing Presets
This POD Go guitar processor tutorial explains how to edit presets within Edit View. Learn how the controls are arranged and how to navigate them, which blocks are of a fixed type and which may be freely assigned, how to select and adjust the parameter settings within individual blocks, and how to arrange the order of the blocks within signal chains.
POD Go Quick Start Part Three: Using Snapshots
This POD Go guitar processor tutorial explains how to create and use the powerful Snapshots feature. Quickly learn how to create four variations of the same preset—from subtle to extreme—loadable from a footswitch, and with no audio dropouts. The video covers Snapshot Footswitch Mode, selecting individual Snapshots, and activating parameters within blocks to place them under Snapshot control.
POD Go Quick Start Part Four: Saving Presets
This POD Go guitar processor tutorial explains how to save presets. Quickly learn how to name edited presets, save edited presets to a different Factory or User location, create a New Preset template so that all newly created presets start with your preferred block types and arrangement rather than starting from scratch, and various time-saving shortcuts.
POD Go Guitar Processor Preset Samples Part 1 Paul Hindmarsh demonstrates the sound of five presets in the Line 6 POD Go guitar multi-effects processor.
Choose, edit, and control sounds using the large colour LCD screen, five push encoders, eight rugged footswitches, and cast-aluminum multi-function expression pedal - and add two external footswitches or a second expression pedal for even more real-time control. All the essential audio connections are at your fingertips, too, including balanced stereo outputs, a duplicate amp out that can be tapped before the Cab/IR, a stereo effects loop, a headphone jack, and even a USB port for accessing the 4-in/4-out audio interface with re-amping.
In addition to its professional-quality amp, cab, and effect models drawn from the acclaimed HX family of effects processors, POD Go supports third-party IR loading, and sophisticated features such as Snapshots enable you to easily access all the tones you’ll need to cover every section of every song. With POD Go, you won’t just take the stage - you’ll own it.
Step on it
With its streamlined plug-and-play Interface, POD Go gets you up and playing in no time. And editing, storing, and creating presets has never been easier thanks to features like Snapshots, which enables you to create up to four variations within a single preset and seamlessly transition between them without experiencing the audio dropouts and disruption of delay and reverb trails that normally occur when switching between DSP-intensive presets.
Let POD Go bring your recording game to a new level, with a pro-quality onboard 4x4 24bit/96kHz audio interface for recording direct to your computer via USB. Re-amping tracks is also a breeze, enhanced by the ability to load third-party speaker cabinet IRs.