Line 6 Unveils New POD Go Wireless Amp Modeler, Multi-Effects Pedal

Line 6's new POD Go Wireless
(Image credit: Line 6)

Just a week after expanding the scope of its popular HX Stomp unit with the unveiling of the HX Stomp XL, Line 6 has done the same with its POD Go with the introduction of the POD Go Wireless. 

As one would expect, the POD Go Wireless is a wireless version of the company's popular POD Go multi-effects pedal and amp modeler, fitted with a built-in Relay wireless receiver and a Relay G10TII transmitter.

As with the standard POD Go, the POD Go Wireless features a wide variety of amp, cab, and effect models – including a number of beloved British and American amps.

Controls come by way of a 4.3" LCD screen, eight footswitches with colored LED rings, a cast-aluminum multi-function expression pedal, and seven push encoders, while a duplicate amp output, headphone jack, and balanced stereo outputs also come aboard.

Two external footswitches or a second expression pedal can also be connected to the POD Go Wireless for further control.

Line 6's new POD Go Wireless system

(Image credit: Line 6)

The POD Go Wireless is also outfitted with Snapshots – a feature that gives users fast access to any tone they might need – a mono/stereo effects loop, a headphone jack, and a four-channel USB audio interface with reamping capabilities.

The price for the Line 6 POD Go Wireless amp modeler and multi-effects pedal has yet to be revealed as of press time, though Line 6 does say it will be available this spring.

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