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Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket  

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Overview
  • Heavy metal construction
  • Rubber rods fit in the holes on the back of your POD
  • Can be screw-mounted
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Sturdy stand holds your POD at the perfect angle.

The Line 6 POD mounting bracket boasts heavy metal construction. Rubber rods fit right in the holes on the back of your POD to hold it securely. Screwmountable. Slide under the handle of your amp or mount on a mic stand.

Features
  • Heavy metal construction
  • Rubber rods fit in the holes on the back of your POD
  • Can be screw-mounted

Put your POD precisely where you want it. Order now.

 
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Line 6POD Mounting Bracket
 
3.2

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

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    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Useful Tip for securomg prongs

You can firmly secure the rubber mounting prongs to the frame by poking a tiny hole in the fat end of the prong with q pin(end that sits in the frame) and once...Read complete review

You can firmly secure the rubber mounting prongs to the frame by poking a tiny hole in the fat end of the prong with q pin(end that sits in the frame) and once having pressed the prong into the frame, screw in a small screw (Fender Strat pickguard screws are perfect) into the pinhole from the bottom. This expands the rubber in the frame hole and holds it in beautifully, Problem Solved.

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The metal "bracket" fabrication is top notch. Holes are precision drilled and edges are rounded off and smooth. However all that manufacturing effort is wasted, as the Pod merly rests...Read complete review

The metal "bracket" fabrication is top notch. Holes are precision drilled and edges are rounded off and smooth. However all that manufacturing effort is wasted, as the Pod merly rests on the four rubber pegs. The bracket does not securely/firmly attach to the POD itself. The whole assembly (POD and bracket) just titers on top of your amp or studio table, there isn't even a rubber non slip pad on the bottom of the bracket.

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4.0

It works as it should

By Hapax

from Athens, Georgia

About Me Novice

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

    I agree with the previous reviews that I saw, you should glue the rubber feet into the bracket, otherwise, you'll lose some along the way. I tried Gorilla glue ( use just a small dab )it seems to be holding. I wouldn't use super glue because of it's bonding characteristics.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Useful Tip for securomg prongs

    By Mokuraii

    from State College, PA

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Portable

    Cons

    • Rubber Prongs Fall Out

    Best Uses

      Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

      You can firmly secure the rubber mounting prongs to the frame by poking a tiny hole in the fat end of the prong with q pin(end that sits in the frame) and once having pressed the prong into the frame, screw in a small screw (Fender Strat pickguard screws are perfect) into the pinhole from the bottom. This expands the rubber in the frame hole and holds it in beautifully, Problem Solved.

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      1.0

      Buy only if youre good at re-engineering

      By mapletop9

      from Redford, Mi

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

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        Cons

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            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            I was suspicious of how loosely the rubber posts attach to the plate when assembled. End result, all four fell out during a ½ hr. car ride and never made it to a rehearsal. Once again I had to fix a brand new product due to poor engineering.

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            5.0

            POD Mounting Bracket Purchase

            By Steven Murphy

            from Georgia, USA

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            I recently purchased this POD mounting bracket. Great purchase! I was trying to reduce the clutter in my practice room. The bracket is extremely well made.
            This mounting bracket is built like a tank.
            Excellent.
            Great value.

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            (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Happy customer

            By Mark Eichenberger

            from Mechanicsburg PA

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            I can easily see the display and switch presets between songs with ease!
            The Line 6 Pod mounting bracket is a dream! The bracket allows me to position the pod at the proper operating angle and height that it is easy to access between songs. Well worth the money. Makes performing with my duo act a breeze!!

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            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            A must

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            For those of you that are losing the little rubber feet..... super glue them to the base. I've done that with mine and have not lost a rubber foot since. This base works great... Use some common sense and just glue these little mothers right to the base. This base holds the Pod perfectly. Great product!!!

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            4.0

            Rubber pegs available from Line 6

            By Dan Litwin

            from San Diego

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            I have had the Pod Mounting Bracket for years, but just recently started using it regularly at gigs. Of course, I lost one of the rubber pegs at the 2nd or 3rd gig.Two step solution:1) I bought a set of four rubber pegs from "The Line 6 Store" at their web site. The four pieces themselves are only $5. But then add tax and $6 shipping and handling, and it cost me $11.50 total.2) Since the rubber pieces cost as much as they do, I don't want to lose any more. So I keep them in a sandwich bag and stuff them into the Pod's fabric carrying case in the smaller storage pocket along with the power supply.This is a hassle overall. But it's awfully nice at that gig once it's on the stand right next to me on stage. As others have said, I can imagine a lot better designed rig than this one.

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            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            What were they thinking?

            By gibsondeltablues

            from Atlanta GA

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            The metal "bracket" fabrication is top notch. Holes are precision drilled and edges are rounded off and smooth. However all that manufacturing effort is wasted, as the Pod merly rests on the four rubber pegs. The bracket does not securely/firmly attach to the POD itself. The whole assembly (POD and bracket) just titers on top of your amp or studio table, there isn't even a rubber non slip pad on the bottom of the bracket.

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            1.0

            Don't Bother With This Thing

            By redrick2030

            from Baltimore, MD

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            Totally useless. As everyone has mentioned already the rubber pegs will not syat attached and the POD sits very unstable on this thing. If you want to use a POD live, I'd suggest getting one of the floor models. The desktop units are for studio use only, and this thing isn't a solution for making them gig worthy.

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            2.0

            rubber post pop out

            By Travis Patterson

            from Tulsa Oklahoma

            Comments about Line 6 POD Mounting Bracket:

            I really liked the design of the product but must admit, I have not enjoyed having to place the rubber post back into the stand each time I remove my POD. It got to the point that I have not finally lost all four and am having a terrible time finding replacement post.

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