Line6 Pod GO

Multi-Effect Pedal for Electric Guitar

  • Over 300 effects and models from the Helix series, M series and Legacy series
  • Up to 6 amplifier, speaker and effect models at the same time
  • Includes looper and speaker simulation (Third-Party IR loading)
  • Integrated expression pedal
  • Compact and light design
  • Free POD Go Edit app
  • Controls: Interval, Cents, Delay, Shiftlevel, Mix, Menu, Save, Volume
  • Foot switch: Up, Down, A, B, C, D, Mode, Tap / Tuner
  • LED: 8 Footswitch effects
  • Display: 4.3" Colour LCD
  • Guitar input: 6.3 mm jack
  • EXP 2/Footswitch connection: 6.3 mm stereo
  • Send and return: 2 x 6.3 mm jack
  • Main output Left and Right: 6.3 mm jack
  • Amp output: 6.3 mm jack
  • Headphone jack: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB Type-B
  • Mains adapter connection: Hollow plug socket 5.5 x 2.1 mm, negative pole inside
  • Current consumption: 2500 mA
  • Power supply via 9 V DC power adapter (power adapter for DE/UK included)
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 35.6 x 22.5 x 9.5 cm
  • Power adapter included

Note: Battery operation is not supported.

Further Information

Design Floorboard
Amp Modeling Yes
Drumcomputer No
Incl. Tuner Yes
Expression Pedal Yes
USB-Port Yes
Headphone Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Line Out Yes
Battery Powered No
PSU included Yes

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Oh My Go(d)
Ands, 17.10.2020
I still have my first POD, a V2 kidney bean and that was amazing. Easy to use and capable of some great sounds.

I bought this during lockdown to see how I would get on with it.
I had bought the big Helix last Christmas but sent it back after two weeks with it. Nothing I did sounded right and I had a real issue with people telling me I needed to buy commercial presets to hear it at its best.
For me, something like a multi FX unit should be easy to use and easy to get great sounds without wasting your life watching YouTube tutorials and buying someone else's presets.

Thankfully this is much easier to program. It definitely helps using the PC Editor from Line 6.

Lots of great sounds inside the Go, and I found the best results starting from a blank preset and adding what I wanted.

There is also an active Pod Go community who share their own presets which are sometimes a better starting point than the unit's own Line 6 made presets that are on the unit already.

Depending on your amp model the Go can run out of processor power meaning a lot of the higher end FX are unavailable, it's a shame and I would have liked to be able to use any combination of any of the available amps and FX within the blocks available.

I know the HX Stomp has a bit more going on upstairs, but it only has the three buttons and no expression pedal, now the HX Stomp is available at the same price as the Go, I'm thinking of getting one and seeing which one I like best.

However as an all in one solution it's hard to beat the Go.
I paired it with a full HK Audio Linear system and it sounded massive, especially in stereo.
It also worked well with a Yamaha DXR12 and Headrush 108 FRFR.
With the Headrush it's a brilliant, powerful and tiny rig that would take any gig in its stride that you could carry in one hand.

All of the amps and FX sound good, certainly a worthy successor to the original Pod.
It feels solidly built and should last a good long while.

I have heard of some users having software issues but mine has worked perfectly.

I'm looking forward to getting out and gigging this, I've had a couple of (appropriately socially distanced) band rehearsals and it's performed well. A few more tweaks needed here and there, but no different from any other FX unit, pedalboard or amp combination.

On the whole I'm very happy with it.
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First Class Product
KMickP, 30.04.2021
Ignore the factory presets, they are pretty poor generally but if you spend some time with this unit developing your own sounds, it will be rewarding! There are lots of videos on youTube which help you understand how it works and walk through setting presets etc, the best advice I would give is pick an amp/or amps you like or are familiar with and build it up from there! There is more choice than most will ever require,( some argue too much) so focussing on a few and starting from scratch worked for me! As usual with multi effect units, getting the levels right is an issue ie between home use and performance use ,but it just takes a bit of tweaking. The quality of the sounds though are first class!

I wanted the PodGo for both recording and live use and this swayed my choice away from the Helix Stomp, ( which is also fantastic) additionally the greater processing power and output configurations were not necessary for me.
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Good... for a modeller
Threndor, 03.09.2020
Currently I use the Pod Go for bass. After a few months of playing I can say that wish I saved money for a Helix LT or something similar. I thought I would settle with a simple modeler but I with time the simplicity became too limiting.
The sound isn't too impressive. Maybe my setup isn't perfect but I can always feel the digital and unorganic vibe to the distortion sounds. I know that many people (me included) improve the sound with third party IR's. The ability to load IR's is great but I find it odd paying extra for improving the sound. I think Line6 should invest more in that area.
To summarize:
Pros:
-lightweight and portable, fits in most bags;
-easy to use and understand;
-sounds ok for a modeler;
-can be used as a audio interface;
-competitive price.

Cons:
-not the best distortion sounds;
-stock cab sims are lacking, I'm not happy about paying extra for better sound;
-guitar players who like to use many effects simultaneously, use double amps/cabs or run parallel chains will find the Pod Go limited;
-A big design flaw in my opinion: The signal entering the AUX input comes out at all outputs. This means that you can't monitor yourself with headphones when plugged to amplifiers/speakers.

A decent product for a good price but I have outgrown it quickly.
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Bit of a mixed bag, but can become better
Matyas S., 18.08.2020
This is a nice little compact multieffect pedal. The sound is amazing, but unfortunately, you cannot create a patch where you use a clean amp for clean tones and use a hi gain amp for the rest of the snapshots within that patch. Giant con unfortunately. There are not much amps where you can do this type of versatile patch. If any. Also, the software is still very much filled with bugs, but there are constant updates, so not worried. The patch versatility will remain an issue I presume, but hoping for the best. I only use it for inspiration and creating riffs and stuff (being a drummer first, but also a somewhat-songwriter). This is more than enough for that, but not yet enough for the mentioned versatile patch. We'll see. The handling is easy as pie, have quality effects (limited number of effects within a patch, but for most of us, this will be enough), sound is basicaly HELIX, and... well... cute little thing. A pro-level case would be nice for it, but not any "official" one exist yet. I modified a THON case for it (Thomann stuff, so quality is more than satisfactory). Many have used it live, most of them satisfied with the result. So... So far, I'm okay with my purchase. Hopefully the updates solve all the issues. Recommend for writing, maybe not yet for pro-use. But very-very soon I will recommend it for that too.
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