MusicRadar.com (11/2007) testresultat
With the lack of MIDI or foot control, Pocket POD alone might not be suitable for pro or semi-pro players, but for practising, jamming or just having fun, it's a total no-brainer.
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Total Guitar (8/2007) testresultat
Amp simulations from Line 6 are legendary, and downsizing the POD has done nothing to compromise the accuracy of our favourites. Try out the 68 Marshall Plexi (hear it roar!) and the 60 Vox AC30 (hear it sparkle!). OK, so the Pocket POD doesnt do anything that its forebears havent done already, but you cant put a price on the convenience of sticking this unit in your jeans, burning it round to your rehearsal, and blowing the front out of your amp with the Brit Gain setting. And all that for £81? Youve got to pick a Pocket.
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Future Music (8/2007) testresultat
Its fiddly in operation and a bit noisy, but is priced at what youd expect to pay for a decent tuner. Oh and its got one of those built-in, too
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Guitarist (4/2007) testresultat
Although the technology inside Pocket POD has been around for a while now, weve given it our top rating because its such an inspired use of that technology. Miniaturisation has its risks, and its important for designers to strike a balance between portability and ergonomics. In the case of this tiny POD, the most important controls are within easy reach and are adjusted by comfortably large and tactile knobs.||||While we noticed one slight design issue, relating to the weight of a guitar lead being able to pull the Pocket POD off a desk, this isnt a major problem and can easily be avoided by using the built-in belt clip, or with judicious use of Velcro! And while theres clearly less scope for instant tweaking than on a PODxt, for example, you cant really complain when the Pocket POD costs less than a lot of basic stompboxes, and less even than some electronic tuners.||||With the lack of MIDI or foot control, Pocket POD alone might not be suitable for pro or semi-pro players, but for practising, jamming or just having fun, its a total no-brainer.
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