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Line 6 Bass Floor POD
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From the makers of POD, the Bass Floor POD gives you killer tones pulled directly from Line 6's critically acclaimed LowDown Bass Amp Series. Inside ...Click To Read More About This Product
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From the makers of POD, the Bass Floor POD gives you killer tones pulled directly from Line 6's critically acclaimed LowDown Bass Amp Series. Inside are 5 bass amp models and a synth that make it easier than ever to get pro-quality bass tone for any recording or live setup. 64 presets deliver dialed-in pro tone with the push of a button, or you can use the Smart Control FX to add an Envelope Filter, Octaver, and Chorus to your sound. You also get a dedicated studio-quality Opto-compressor model to even out your dynamics. 3 footswitches provide sound selection and bypass, or on/off control for individual effects. The Line 6 Bass Floor POD also features an onboard tuner, CD/MP3 input jack for jamming, 1/4" preamp out to go to a bass rig, 1/4" direct out for recording or live PA, deep switch, chrome knobs, chrome handlebar, and volume pedal.
Whether jamming with headphones at home, plugging in front of any bass amp or PA, or jacking into anything with power and speakers, Bass Floor POD easily delivers massive tone.
- 5 bass amp models
- Built-in bass synth model
- Killer tones from Line 6's acclaimed LowDown Bass Amp Series
- 64 presets
- 2 modes (effects on/off and preset)
- Smart Control FX
- Envelope Filter
- Onboard tuner
- CD/MP3 input jack
- Preamp out
- Direct out
- Deep Switch
- Drive, bass, and treble tone controls
- Chrome knobs and handlebar
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This is a cool multi FX pedal thats worth buying if your looking for some cool new tones. The bass modelers have great sounds, the synth is cool!. The one thing that was a bit annoying is that when you change between channels you get a slight delay. You also have to go through and balance out the levels between channel pre-sets (also annoying at first). I would have preffered a delay effect instead of the octaver but thats my preferance.
This pedal is very slow changing from one preset to the next. You should not purchase this pedal expecting to use it live if you plan on changing presets during a song. The amp models are pretty good with the exception of the synth feature which sounds awful. I complained to line6 about the slow changing of the presets and they told me I should not expect much.
I bought this pedal when I first started playing about 3 years ago. I play classic rock through metal (Metallica, Slayer, Venom, Judas Priest, etc.) Like most of the reviews state, the effects are very limited, its very much set in stone on what you can do with this pedal. examples: synth can only make a "WOW" or an annoying buzzing sound. Grind has a constant distortion to it. No noticable differance between Brit and Rock amp channels. Same thing for R&B and Clean. I play Cliff Burton solos constantly with my band and this pedal is good for that however. Thats the only good thing Im afraid.
I fell into a common trap. Line6 LowDown amps get really good reviews. Figure the POD has all the basic modeling and effects without need for the amp. The POD hooked up to a Behringer clean SS amp does not have good modeling or effects. It's almost useless. I get better sounds with just the cheapie amp. LowDown users still swear by this technology though. *boggle*
Where to begin? 1) Presets are LOUD. If my bypass bass volume is a 3, the presets come out at a 9.2) Can't scroll through effects without activating them, so impossible to get set up for next song.3) Pedals trigger on release, not when pressed.4) Has a "master volume" knob that will also control the Bypass volume.5) Volume/Wah pedal is the same height as the effect pedal, so easy to bump. I'm sure its a a decent pedal if you don't plan on using the bypass and have plenty of time between songs to mute and switch effects.This product overall is not ready to use out the box.
I was looking for a bass processor, with some effects I actually might use, to model a B15 or a SVT, but this wasn't the one to do it. I did try out a Line 6 Low Down amp containing the modeling this processor seems to be based on and was impressed but I like amps without built in effects so I ordered the Bass Floor Pod. Right away I noticed a high level of hiss and noise on many patch settings, both through headphones and on several different bass amps I tried it on. It adds a slight distortion on all settings which I have noticed on other digital processors as well. The patches are very uneven and slow to change. Also there is an increase in volume after the patch changes which finally lower to initial volume unless the channel vol. is turned up all the way. The chorus and octave were decent but I wasn't crazy about the filter or the synth settings. Also a patch list is not included and was commented on at least a couple of months ago on the Line 6 web site so it gives me doubts about support for this model. IN honesty, I havn't tried that many bass processors but the Digitech BP50 is a better unit at a third of the price. This unit is going back.
I bought this when it first came out and cost twice what it does now. I was expecting great things and it delivered, but not how I had planned. I was expecting a full range of effects, and that was not the case. The effects on it are very limited and the synth is hardly adjustable. What it did do more than I could have ever expected is clean up my amp. I run a Peavy TNT115 with the extention cabinet, and it is hard to keep a clean sound with that amp in bigger places. The models and the compression on the Line 6 made it so I can crank up the volume and get the tone I want. I play a variety of classic rock, hard rock, and sometimes country, so my tones are different for each band. This amp has models to allow me to adjust for the tones I desire and to allow me to play at a high volume without the feedback or distortion. So, to me is was worth the money, just not in the way I expected.
I bought this item expecting to be amazed. I was quite the opposite. It looks amazing, but the directions don't really explain anything, and the effects aren't all that amazing. I'm going to invest in something a little less expensive that can do a little more.