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Line 6 Floor POD Guitar Multi Effects Pedal  

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An all-in-one tone solution, the Line 6 Floor POD is a multi-effect floor processor with a built-in foot controller that delivers premium tone and fe...Click To Read More About This Product

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Affordable, portable, professional effects!

An all-in-one tone solution, the Line 6 Floor POD is a multi-effect floor processor with a built-in foot controller that delivers premium tone and features in a portable, easy to use package. The Floor POD can be used as a simple multi-effect pedal for any guitar amp, a complete direct to PA and recording tone solution, or the ultimate headphone practice partner at home. Beneath the modern black exterior of Floor POD live 12 of the most desired amp and cab models from the critically acclaimed POD 2.0, including the popular Insane model.

Line 6's revolutionary Smart Control FX (7 types, 2 simultaneous) include Phaser, Chorus, Flanger, Tremolo, Delay, and Reverb”all guitar effects can be easily tweaked and delay times can be adjusted using tap tempo. When it's time to solo, users can instantly turn up and unleash using the built-in Volume/Wah pedal. Floor POD also features 64 custom-made presets, 3 preset/channel footswitches, on board tuner, CD/MP3 input jack for jamming, stereo 1/4-inch outs, chrome knobs, and a heavy duty chrome handlebar for the guitarist on the go.

FEATURES
  • 12 amp and cabinet models
  • Smart Control FX (7 types, 2 simultaneous): phaser, chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay, reverb
  • Built-in volume/wah pedal
  • 64 presets
  • 3 footswitches
  • On-board tuner
  • CD/MP3 input jack
  • Stereo 1/4" outs
  • Chrome knobs
  • Chrome handlebar
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3.9

(based on 34 reviews)

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It's pretty good.

I first got this thing, and was really excited to plug it in, just a few days ago. I fooled around with it for about 3 hours, because there are just so many...Read complete review

I first got this thing, and was really excited to plug it in, just a few days ago. I fooled around with it for about 3 hours, because there are just so many different things you can do with it.I had bought this initially because I wanted a chorus pedal, but a friend of mine with slightly more experience had referred me to this and said it could replace any effects I would need. Well, he was mostly right, in that you can get a ridiculous variety of sounds with this thing. I am disappointed in that it doesn't *actually* have a chorus function. The closest it has are the flanger setting, the delay setting(with some tweaking, you can almost get chorus), and there are some presets that somehow use it. There is a knob labeled "chorus / flanger", but it does not do the chorus without the flange, or vice versa.I found out that it actually didn't matter, because the exact sound I wanted was covered by 3 or 4 of the factory presets, and I'm sure if I needed something else I could spend an hour or so and save my own preset that I really liked. Switching between presets is a bit inflexible, if you were going to play a song where you need one and then another one right after it that is different, you'd better hope they are right next to each other in the list because it only moves up or down between all 64 presets, one at a time. Fortunately, you can turn individual effects on or off pretty easily, so for things like the older Metallica that has clean and distorted sections right after each other, you can do that pretty easily.The Wah pedal produced a very weak range of sounds when I first pulled it out of the box, but I read the instruction manual and recalibrated it and it works much better now. It's very powerful when you calibrate it correctly.I played this out of two amps: a fender frontman 15g that is my younger brother's cheap amp, and a more expensive fender amp that I borrowed from a friend. The pedal is so powerful that I am pretty sure you can get a good sound regardless of what amp you're using; even on my mediocre amp it had fantastic sound that blew me away, and the amp modeling lets you simulate having a much more expensive amp. I was actually going to get a better one, but now that I have this, I'm going to skip on that. I have a feeling that if you were really bold, you could connect this directly to vanilla speakers(of presumably large size) and it would sound phenomenal, allowing you to skip a proper amp completely.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Disappointing

I'm glad I'm the first to write a review for this thing so I can serve as a warning. I bought this thing because I'm tired of having a bunch of stomp boxes that...Read complete review

I'm glad I'm the first to write a review for this thing so I can serve as a warning. I bought this thing because I'm tired of having a bunch of stomp boxes that I have to worry about with daisy chains and couplers, etc. Also my bandmate uses the XT Live which works really great and has tones of cool features to it. The floor pod, however, falls way short of satisfactory. First of all, I knew within a minute of using it that I didn't like it. I noticed that even bypassed it cuts my volume alot..and i use active pickups too. This thing is made out of plastic and the experession pedal especially seems really flimsy. The wah mode is really shallow, volume mode is alright. The effects totally SUCK! Not only do they sound bad, it's also impossible to tweek them. I don't like how you have to have the knob just right to get from flange to chorus. Also the fact that you have to hold down a button to change some of the EQ settings is really annoying. Negates of the purpose of having a floor processor. The compressor is horrible too. You can actually hear the stages of impedance dropping as a note sustains. The amp models are not bad themselves and I could see them being useful for direct recording to a computer. But for some reason the footswitch doesn't turn the distortion off when i hit it. I think this thing might be good for novice players but I would never use this in a gig. I'm exchanging it for a Boss ME-50 which is much more versitile. The one good thing about the floor pod is that it comes with a power supply so you don't have to pay extra. Other than that I can't recommend this thing at all.

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3.0

Disappointed

By TheReaper

from Phoenix

I bought this pedal about 2 years ago after playing my friends line 6 spider amp. I was very impressed at the distortion (insane) that it was capable of. But after buying this pedal, I found that it sounds nothing like i was expecting, If you are a metal player and want real sound that doesn't suck, i do not recommend this pedal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Tons of sounds - great price!

By Janne Schaffer

from Arlöv, Sweden

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I bought the Line 6 Floorpod for about 6 months ago and I think its great. The modelled amplifiers sounds good and has a good range and if you start experimenting with the knobs youll find a huge selection of signatur sounds. The wha-wha pedal works very good for either Jimi Hendrix songs or Steve Vai/ Satriani songs. The effects are in my opinion the only failing part. I think that the delay and reverb is Ok though I don`t like to choose between these. The chorus is bad.Great and small pedal with lots of sounds! Good for live performances aswell as studio recordings.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's pretty good.

By RML

from Albuquerque, NM

I first got this thing, and was really excited to plug it in, just a few days ago. I fooled around with it for about 3 hours, because there are just so many different things you can do with it.I had bought this initially because I wanted a chorus pedal, but a friend of mine with slightly more experience had referred me to this and said it could replace any effects I would need. Well, he was mostly right, in that you can get a ridiculous variety of sounds with this thing. I am disappointed in that it doesn't *actually* have a chorus function. The closest it has are the flanger setting, the delay setting(with some tweaking, you can almost get chorus), and there are some presets that somehow use it. There is a knob labeled "chorus / flanger", but it does not do the chorus without the flange, or vice versa.I found out that it actually didn't matter, because the exact sound I wanted was covered by 3 or 4 of the factory presets, and I'm sure if I needed something else I could spend an hour or so and save my own preset that I really liked. Switching between presets is a bit inflexible, if you were going to play a song where you need one and then another one right after it that is different, you'd better hope they are right next to each other in the list because it only moves up or down between all 64 presets, one at a time. Fortunately, you can turn individual effects on or off pretty easily, so for things like the older Metallica that has clean and distorted sections right after each other, you can do that pretty easily.The Wah pedal produced a very weak range of sounds when I first pulled it out of the box, but I read the instruction manual and recalibrated it and it works much better now. It's very powerful when you calibrate it correctly.I played this out of two amps: a fender frontman 15g that is my younger brother's cheap amp, and a more expensive fender amp that I borrowed from a friend. The pedal is so powerful that I am pretty sure you can get a good sound regardless of what amp you're using; even on my mediocre amp it had fantastic sound that blew me away, and the amp modeling lets you simulate having a much more expensive amp. I was actually going to get a better one, but now that I have this, I'm going to skip on that. I have a feeling that if you were really bold, you could connect this directly to vanilla speakers(of presumably large size) and it would sound phenomenal, allowing you to skip a proper amp completely.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Line6 made this?

By angelofdeth

from Jakarta, Indonesia

Ok first off, I'm not the simple guitarist that plugs and plays. I'm one that goes though all this funky checks and then I play. The product needs improvement. Really, with their capabilities after developing the PodXT, they must be able to do more than 12 amps and very limited effects. The things they have isn't bad at all, if anything they were great. The biggest problem is that the pod gets boring. No matter how many times you turn the knobs or anything, the amp keeps sounding the same and there is very little variety. Some amps lack the crunch, some amps lack the "umph" factor, and some have no balls. It's awesome for a starter, but if you have 4 years of guitar background, forget this piece.

 
5.0

Good Product

By Alchemy220

from Colorado

Pros

  • Easy to use and sounds great.

Cons

  • subtle difference from the amps

Best Uses

  • anywhere

I don't know why some people give Line 6 a bad rap, I've been playing for 30 years and have had almost every amp available. Line 6 has great features and works when you need them. I have had the 150, the low down 400 bass head, I still have the MK11 Spider 112 and I've owned a 75 watt spider 11 for 13 years and still record with it. I happened to need the floor pod for another amp and some direct recording. Found one used online and was not disappointed. I'm sure you might get some better individual peddles and carry around an array on a board, but all in all, why? This pod does it.

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5.0

Whoa...

By Tony Moore-AhtqW

from Middletown, PA

THIS THING ROCKS!!!! I use it all the time for recording now, and man does it make a difference. Before, I was just using a cheap 10W amp, and when I turned up the distortion, the hissing came up and it totally ruined my songs. BUT NOT ANYMORE!!!! Plus, this thing has effects to die for. The phaser has made me a few great songs already, and the wah pedal... Priceless...If you're a little curious over the price of this thing, don't be. You get a pedal that will practically eliminate the need for any other pedal. Ever. This thing is an all-in-one package deal, and it's seriously got it all...

 
3.0

Not A Bad POD, Could be better though.

By Zakk Raine

from McConnellsburg, PA

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This POD is a good beginner's POD, ones that are into beginning on effects with their sounds. I wouldn't play with this thing live, but if you can sit down for a few hours and messing with it you can get a great sound.The effects are easy to switch back and forth from, just save an effect with the hold of a button, and switch back and forth between the two.The drive can be slightly annoying, but fixed if you mess with it long enough.Overall, buy it if you're a newer player enjoying the effects and all - if you're experienced, go for something much, much better.

 
1.0

Only for the toneless...

By Ucnick

from Union City CA

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I had tried and purchased Line 6 stuff before (I have GuitarPort/RiffCaster and am fairly happy with them) so I had some hope of a decent-sounding unit. Bought it for home practice and woodshedding with headphones, not for stage use, I have a fully equipped all-analog pedalboard for that. I use my old ME-33 for home practice and was hoping that this would be an upgrade. It arrived yesterday, I unboxed it, set it up, and was fully expecting to be overwhelemed by its superior tonal characteristics. Nope. Uh-uh. Not even CLOSE. My old ME-33 has better tones and is more dynamics-senstive then this POS. Folks, I really tried. For several hours. Tweaked knobs and pushed pedals and buttone. I tried not to be judgemental. But no soap. It grossed me out. The amp tones are all damn near identical, the method to select patches is archaic (it reminds me of my old Zoom 505II), the efx are difficult to adjust unless you go through gyrations and are just too over the top. But, I was most outraged by the lack of good distorted tones - if you want full on metal well then maybe it'll work, but I cover a large range of material and this is NOT anywhere NEAR sufficiently flexible or toneful. Like I said, my old Boss ME-33 has better efx select capability and better tones, and although it is now discontinued you can pick 'em up on eBay for $50 (if you can find one). Anyway, this sad pup goes back. I would not recommend this product for anyone other than the toneless.

 
4.0

Very good value

By EJG

from Detroit, MI

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I bought the Floor POD for home recording and live use. I can achieve really any sound I want with it. The amp models are great, the distortion boost is perfect, the effects are super easy to use. The knobs that adjust the effects are in my opinion better than going into a menu and pushing a million buttons to get a result. It's not as flexable as the PODxt or if you had a bunch of individual pedals, but it's cheaper than both of those options and you don't have to mess with patch cables or batteries or AC adapters. If you are rich and can afford a bunch of FX pedals and 12 different amps and don't mind going thru batteries like candy and building your own pedal board to go with your 12 different amps then you don't need this. For the rest of us, the Floor POD is the simplest way to good tone live and in the studio

 
2.0

ehh Floor Pod

By dudeindastudio

from Austin TX

The features of this prodct are limited, fine tuning is something you can barely do on this unit, which I was kinda looking for. When I purchased this product it was between this unit and the AX1500G. I told the person at the music store what I was looking for, and my style in music, and he suggested this one...not uh. The features of this unit are limited, yes, you can tweak here and there, but nothing to major. Alot of the dist and other sounds are pretty much the same no matter way you turn the knobs. The quality of the sounds are pretty deceant, no lie there. I had previously purchased a digitech unit that was pretty much the same, but at half the price of this unit. Over all, the quality of each sound of the presets are good, but are limited for treaking. If you want more than just a small selection of sounds (65 presets, but sound the same to me) but want good quality, then I guess this one is for you. If you are like me, and actually want to treak each sound,or want a presest to be a little bit different than the last, then don't get this unit.

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