The Floor POD and Live series are variants of the standard PODs designed for live stage performance. They are similar in appearance to an effects pedal combined with a simplified mixing console.
- Floor POD - 12 guitar amp models.
- Floor POD Plus - 32 guitar amp models
- POD xt Live - 42 guitar amp models
- POD X3 Live - 78 guitar amp models and 28 bass amp models
- Bass Floor POD - 5 bass amp models
- Bass POD xt Live - 28 bass amp models
- POD HD300 - 16 guitar amp models
- POD HD400 - 16 guitar amp models
- POD HD500 - 22 guitar amp models
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