VIDEOS

POD Go Wireless



POD Go | Wireless
Paul Hindmarsh takes the POD® Go Wireless amp and effects processor to Anarchy, a local brewery and venue. With up to 7 hours of Relay G10TII transmitter battery life and a 100ft range, POD Go offers total freedom on stage.


POD Go Wireless | Quick Start
Line 6 Chief Product Design Architect, Eric Klein, delivers an introduction to the POD Go Wireless.

POD Go



POD Go Overview
The original kidney bean-shaped POD was introduced in 1998. Paul Hindmarsh takes a look at what makes this latest incarnation worthy of the "POD" name, showcasing its portability, plug-and-play user interface, and best-in-class sound for guitar.


POD Go Demo with Paul Hindmarsh
The original kidney bean-shaped POD was introduced in 1998. Paul Hindmarsh takes the stage at NAMM 2020 to demo the all new Line 6 POD Go guitar processor.


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.


POD Go Guitar Processor Preset Samples Part 2
Paul Hindmarsh demonstrates the sound of five presets in the Line 6 POD Go guitar multi-effects processor.


POD Go Features: Play View, Edit View, and 4 Flexible Effects
The Line 6 POD Go guitar multi-effects processor has many features that enable you to play and sound your best. In this video Paul Hindmarsh demonstrates the difference between Play View and Edit View, and explains how to use the four flexible Effects Blocks.


POD Go Features: Snapshots, Preamp Only, and Expression Pedal
The Line 6 POD Go guitar multi-effects processor has many features that enable you to play and sound your best. In this video Paul Hindmarsh demonstrates Snapshot mode, using a POD Go preamp model with your power amp (including 4-cable method), and assigning parameters to the onboard and optional external expression pedals.


POD Go Features: Looper, Effects Loop, Amp Out, and IR Loading
The Line 6 POD Go guitar multi-effects processor has many features that enable you to play and sound your best. In this video Paul Hindmarsh demonstrates the onboard mono or stereo Looper (single- and 6-switch), the stereo Effects Loop, the Amp Out output, and using IRs (impulse responses).