#1
It's cheaper for me to order a Podx3 over the Internet to avoid taxes plus it's free shipping. Now Im wondering since we have below freezing temperatures, can this damage the Pod?
Last edited by Yorkville at Dec 6, 2008,
#2
Nah...

If its in a box and bubbled wrapped you should be fine. Maybe ask the seller to insulate the package a bit more if your worried.

The only thing I can think of that would happen is if the plastic got real cold then it got dropped or moved a lot then the plastic could break.

Electronics will be fine...
#3
don't get one they suck
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'98 Fender USA Deluxe Tele
'79 Greco Les Paul Standard
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#4
no those electronics can be stored under sub zero temperatures...but for optimal operation its a big higher, but not by much.

basically...it'll be fine
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#6
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Prove it?

oh sorry forgot the obligatory IMHO.
Have you played one? I have, and "IMHO" they bite. They sound like absolute ass. And no I'm not a digital hater, I use a Boss effects processor for most of my effects and it's amazing, several pedals it emulates have been A/B'd by different owners and most people cannot tell the difference. Pods almost make me ashamed to own a digital pedal when thats what is out there as an example of what digital gear can do
'08 Gretsch White Falcon
'98 Fender USA Deluxe Tele
'79 Greco Les Paul Standard
Airline Stratotone Crafter GAE8

A bunch of funky pedals

Handwired 50 Watt Plexi Lead Clone w/ Orange 4x12
#7
Just let it stay inside for a while before you turn it on if the pedal is cold.
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