MESSE08: The Most Powerful POD Ever

Line 6 Announces the rack-mounted POD X3 Pro      14/03/08

MESSE08: The Most Powerful POD  Ever


Line 6 has announced the POD X3 Pro, their latest addition to the POD family of signal processors and the most powerful.
Featuring two discreet signal paths, POD X3 Pro can serve two separate instruments simultaneously, each with its own full signal chain of sounds and effects. Conversely, with Dual Tone processing, a player can use POD X3 Pro like an A/B/Y box. Sending a single-input signal through two different amp and effect chains, a player can choose one, the other, or both sounds to attain one-pass double-tracked guitars or to create dual-layered sounds.
Intuitive design and ease-of-use are key concepts behind POD X3 Pro. A large LCD allows players to see each signal chain in its entirety at a glance. Sounds can be fully modified on the fly without distracting from the performance. With a complete array of inputs and outputs including 1/4", XLR, USB, MIDI, S/PDIF and more, Line 6 believe that the POD X3 Pro prepares players for any situation. They say that, constructed in a robust aluminum chassis, POD X3 Pro is built to inspire as well as endure a professional schedule.
James Martin, Line 6 Product Marketing Manager, told us, “All of the pro inputs and outputs you need are built into the rock-solid metal chassis of the POD X3 Pro and with Dual Tone power you have everything you need to sound great on stage and in the studio.�
Pricing and Availability:
POD X3 Pro MSRP: $979.99 More information:



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