Could this be the best cheap (budget friendly) multi-fx pedal on the market today?
1:03 Immediate Thoughts After First Play
1:42 What We'll be Going Through
2:04 The Front Panel & What The Switches Do
2:58 Landing On My First Patch
3:58 What's Displayed On The Screen?
4:35 Expression Pedal
5:05 The 2 Different View Modes & The Controls
5:34 How To Use Edit Mode
6:37 Inputs & Outputs
7:15 Fender Clean Preset
7:38 Vox Dirty Preset
8:13 Revv Dirty Preset
9:15 How Easy Is It To Edit Settings?
9:39 J45 Dirty Tone
10:15 Crush & Destroy! Dirty Preset
10:33 Deaf Leopard Dirty Preset
10:52 J Mayer Clean Preset
11:21 R Ford Dirty Dumble Preset
12:04 Streets Without A Name Clean Delay Preset
12:43 Tie Yo Momma Dirty Preset
13:08 How To Make A Preset
14:31 Pod Go Software Editor & Final Thoughts
The Line 6 Pod GO multi fx pedal features over 300 effects and amp models from Helix, M-Series, and legacy Line 6 products. That's a lot of sounds for way under £500!
This is one of the best multi fx pedals for studio and live players as you can run up to 6 simultaneous amp, cab, and effect blocks (including a looper and IR loading) at the same time. You can change your signal chain, and modify all your effects just as you would a 'normal' pedalboard.
8 capacitive-sensing footswitches with colour-coded LED rings facilitate fast editing and engagement of your effects and the built in expression pedal is perfect for players who need a wah, whammy or volume pedal at their disposal. There's not a lot that this multi fx pedal cannot do. If you want the sounds and tones of a helix on a budget, the Line 6 Pod Go is the perfect choice.