From the POD 2.0 pilot's guide:
Play a note on your guitar and POD will show you what it is on its handy
display; all notes are displayed as naturals or flats. Play that string you’re trying
to tune again, spin its tuning key so it goes sharp and flat, and two little red
arrows below the Tuner button will give you a light show (the idea is that the
left pointing arrow will light if you’re sharp. The right pointing arrow will light
if you’re flat). And both arrows will light at the same time when you’ve got it just
right. Give any one of POD’s buttons a push to resume normal POD operation.
Is this not what's happening? The POD 2.0's tuner is not as full featured as some more expensive standalone tuners but should be responsive and accurate.
Line 6 Customer Support
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 1, 2011 8:41 AM (in response to Line6david)Re: RE: line 6 pod 2.0 tuner
I know how the tuner works, when i tune it it works but like i said it's kinda inaccurate, it's close but i still have to finetune my guitar afterwards, i try tuning open and with flagolets and fretted strings, the tuner says it's tuned but i still hear a small difference but maybe my ears are playing with me.