NAMM 2020 Video: Line 6’s POD Go is an affordable, lightweight multi-effects unit

Billed as a simple, plug-and-play device for guitarists.

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NAMM 2020: Line 6 has announced the POD Go, the brand’s newest multi-effects guitar processor.

Its small footprint and affordability are the floorboard’s biggest draws – the POD Go will set you back only £639 and clocks in at 3.6kg with dimensions of 313 x 520 x 148mm.

Besides its portability and price, the POD Go features over 300 amps and effects culled from Line 6’s Helix, M-Series and legacy libraries – the device uses the same modelling engine found in the Helix, too. You can run up to six simultaneous amp, cab and effect blocks, and the POD Go also accepts third-party IRs.

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Simplicity best describes the pedal’s interface. It has an 11cm colour LCD display and a streamlined UI that includes the new Snapshots feature, which lets you create four variations within a single preset to make transitioning between presets much easier. And a nifty Pedal Edit Mode gives you the power to tweak any amp or effect parameter with your feet.

Five push encoders, eight footswitches and a multi-function expression pedal complete the controls on the POD Go. You can chain another expression pedal and effects loop to it, too.

The Line 6 unit also lets you record pro-quality audio via its onboard 4-in/4-out 24bit/96kHz USB audio interface.

More info at line6.com.

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