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Line 6 Pocket POD Guitar Amp Emulator

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Product Code: 9999-04286
Line 6 Pocket POD Mini
$129.99
UPC:
614252003605
Availability: Currently On Order

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Line 6 Pocket POD Mini Amp Modeler

Line 6 Pocket POD Mini Amp Modeler

Line 6 Pocket POD Mini Amp Modeler Details
The Line 6 Pocket POD is packed with so many amazing features, you won't believe its diminuitive size and low price! Line 6 packed 300 presets, 32 great amp models, 16 cabinet models, and 16 effects into a unit roughly the size of a handheld tuner (that's built in, too)! You can use the Pocket POD as an effective practice tool with headphones, and audio player, or as a full-blown multi-FX processor with your amp. A USB connection is onboard, and you can access free editing and tone library software online with the Line 6 Pocket POD!

Line 6 Pocket POD Mini Amp Modeler
Features
  • 300+ presets
  • 32 amp models
  • 16 cabinet models
  • 16 effects
  • 4-way navigation pad
  • Chromatic tuner (can be set to mute for onstage tuning between songs)
  • USB connectivity
  • Edit presets on the computer with free software from Line6.com
  • CD/MP3 player input jack
  • Portable design
  • Weight: 6 oz
  • Dimensions: 5" x 3.25" x 2.5"
  • Runs on 4 AAA or optional DC power adapter (sold separately)






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    USB does not work

    Posted by Matthew Stevens on Jul 20th 2020

    This device is completely broken with Mac OS Catalina. Their Vyzex software does not install because it is no longer supported and is not 64 bit. Furthermore, if you even plug the device into a mac laptop it will keep rebooting over and over.

    Other than that, the device is fun and sounds pretty good. If you are not using a Mac, then the software seems like it will work. There is even an open source alternative at pocket-pod.web.app.