POD HD Pro X gives you more power than ever to define your sound. It's the ultimate tone palette, whether you want to re-create classics or go somewhere new. And thanks to HD technology, POD HD Pro X ... Read More
POD HD Pro X gives you more power than ever to define your sound. It's the ultimate tone palette, whether you want to re-create classics or go somewhere new. And thanks to HD technology, POD HD Pro X provides the depth, character and touch nuance to inspire your creativity. So if you're thinking of adding a rackmountable multi-effects processor to your studio, check out POD HD Pro X.
World-Class HD Amps
From vintage classics to modern powerhouses, each HD amp delivers incredible sonic depth, character and touch nuance to inspire your playing-and that's just the beginning. Customize the tone and dynamic response of each HD amp with an extensive set of deep parameters including Sag, Bias, Bias Excursion, Hum and more.
100+ Studio and Stomp Effects
POD HD Pro X gives you over 100 studio and boutique stomp effects, so you can take your sound in any direction. Emulate classic signal chains with distortions, delays, mods, filters, reverbs and more, or discover entirely new sounds by mixing and matching up to eight simultaneous effects. For hands-free control over preset switching, effects, volume and looper functions, simply connect a Line 6 FBV Shortboard MkII foot controller to your POD HD Pro X.
More Processing Power, More Creativity
With unparalleled flexibility and more processing power than anything in its class, POD HD Pro X is built for tone creation. To start, it features dynamic DSP, so you have the freedom to stack the effects you want wherever you want them. And compared to its predecessor, POD HD Pro X lets you add even more effects to your signal chain. You can also mix and match HD amps, cabinets, mics and effects in virtually endless combinations. With 512 presets, you've got plenty of options for recalling your tones.
Sculpt Sounds With Dual Signal Paths
Legendary guitar tones are often created with more than one signal path. POD HD Pro X lets you create these complex, rich tones without the setup headaches of traditional dual-amp rigs. You can route your guitar through two completely independent paths-each with its own HD amp and effects chain, of course-or process two signals at once using the 1/4" guitar, 1/4" auxiliary, XLR mic, stereo line, S/PDIF or AES/EBU inputs. So whether you want to configure elaborate signal chains for more traditional stereo amp setups, or create unique soundscapes, you've picked the right tool.
Flexible I/O for Recording with Any DAW
POD HD Pro X provides all the connections you need for studio, stage and anywhere in between. You can plug in a mic to record vocals or acoustic instruments, track with your favorite HD amps, use the stereo FX loop to connect stompboxes and outboard effects, and much more. Connect to your computer via USB for studio-quality recording with your favorite DAW software-or tap into POD HD Pro X Edit, the free editor/librarian software that makes it easy to tweak and organize all your tones.
Centerpiece of Your Guitar Rig
It doesn't matter if you use a guitar amp, go straight to the PA or take advantage of a next-gen full-range guitar rig-POD HD Pro X is the ideal centerpiece for any guitar setup. It's got a full complement of I/O, so you can incorporate virtually any combination of vintage and modern equipment into your rig-and it gets even better when you use POD HD Pro X with other Line 6 gear.
Connect a James Tyler Variax Guitar and DT Amp or StageSource Speaker (all sold separately) to form a Line 6 dream rig-the only system that can instantly become virtually any rig. With a single POD HD Pro X preset change, you can recall up to 512 totally different rigs-with changes to preamp type, power amp configuration, guitar type, polyphonic alt-tuning, effects chain and more.
With StageSource L2m (sold separately), you've got a cutting-edge, full-range, flat-response guitar system that delivers consistent tone at any volume-from studio to rehearsal, to the gig.
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I bought a Line 6 Vetta when they first came out in 2001. I became dependent on that level of flexibility for crafting my guitar sound. When it came time to replace the Vetta (13 years with the same guitar rig..is that even possible?) I wanted to try something different. I looked high. I looked low. The only thing that fit the bill was the HD Pro X. Within a minute of plugging it in the first time my jaw was on the floor at how much better it sounds than my beloved Vetta (Apparently, Line 6 has been working hard over the last 13 years) Sound-wise and, even more noticably, feel-wise, it's not even a competition. I never thought I could be this happy with the sound of my guitar. Is the Axe FX better? Yeah, probably. Is it THREE TIMES better? No way. It's about 3% better for triple the price. My only knock against the HD Pro X is that they cheaped out on the build quality a bit. My Vetta is built like a tank. 13 years of hard use and all the knobs and buttons are still like new. I can already feel the buttons on the HD Pro X loosening up a bit. We'll see how that progresses.
I had a Line 6 POD HD Pro X for almost a month before I returned it and got an Axe FX 2. There are definitely some great tones to be found/created with the Pro X. Not to mention that the Pro X is quite a bit cheaper than its competitors. If you're on a budget, go with the POD HD Pro X. If you can afford it, I'd suggest getting an Axe FX.
Everything it's cracked up to be. I personally love mine. I can get the exact tone that I want to hear. There is a lot of criticism saying that you cannot compare a unit like this to something line an Axe-FX 2, but to be entirely honest that is subjective entirely. Some people enjoy the tones from a POD HD more, and I am one of them. I will proudly use this to many my music. Do not let the fact that it is a Line 6 product fool you, this is a solid product that out preforms it's cost.
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