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Line 6 announced the release of POD HD Pro rack-mountable multi-effect processor.


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POD HD Pro features 22 HD guitar amp models and 22 HD guitar preamp-only models, suited for driving a tube amp’s power section. Amplifier behavior including single-ended class A tube stages, class AB push/pull interactions, power supply behavior and more are emulated.

 

About 100 M-class effects, which are descended from Line 6 pedals DL4 Delay Modeler (the storied “green box”) and the M13, M9, and M5 Stompbox Modelers, as well as eight new mic models and 16 new cab models also come stock for a variety of tones.

 

POD HD Pro features digital and analog I/O. The AES/EBU out doubles as the L6 LINK jack which, when connected to a Line 6 DT-series tube amplifier, creates an amp factory capable of producing a variety of tones. There’s also a Variax Digital Input jack for connecting to a Line 6 James Tyler Variax modeling guitar.

Pricing & Availability:

MSRP $979

POD HD Pro should be available in September.

 

For more information: Line 6

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