[Musikmesse] Line 6 POD HD Desktop Multi-Effect
Line 6 announced today POD HD desktop multi-effect, the latest addition to the family of POD products.
POD HD features all 16 of the new Line 6 HD amp models. The models are based on fmodern and vintage amps including Fender Twin Reverb, Hiwatt Custom 100, Supro S6616, Gibson EH-185, Divided by 13 JRT 9/15, Dr. Z Route 66, Vox AC-30 (Top Boost), Marshall JTM-45 MkII, Park 75, Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier, ENGL Fireball 100 and more, and are designed to deliver their tonal nuances. (Amplifiers recognized as having being modeled for earlier POD products were re-modeled for POD HD using the new HD amp modeling technology.)
Adjustable guitar preamp, power amp, speaker cab and mic preamp models are featured in POD HD as well as 100 M-class effects featuring "tangy choruses, syrupy-sweet reverbs, distinctive delays" and more, according to Line 6. Up to eight effects can be run simultaneously and in any order.
The display shows a review of the entire signal chain. All parameters of all models can be edited from the homepage.
POD HD features an I/O with a 1/4-inch guitar input, stereo 1/4-inch balanced outs, USB 2.0, S/PDIF out, 1/4-inch headphone jack, an XLR mic input and an FBV jack for connection to a Line 6 foot controller.
Pricing & Availability
The POD HD desktop multi-effect will be available May, 2011.
MSRP £339.99 inc VAT
You can learn more about the POD HD desktop multi-effect at line6.com/podhd.
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