Today, @HarrisThomas asked about the Line 6 Tone Core Echo Park Delay, and if I had any experience with this particular pedal. I have a Line 6 DL4, but I’ve not played the Echo Park. I thought it would be a good for me to dig up some information on the pedal. So far, for the price, I’m really impressed with what I’ve heard via reviews, etc. It seems like a very versatile pedal with many options and transparent tone. I like that you put it in analog mode get a dirtier delay. Delay also has tap tempo. If you have any personal experience with this pedal, please drop a comment below!
Here is the official pedal description:
The Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park effects pedal is based on Line 6’s award-winning DL4 Delay Modeler. Echo Park is loaded with unbelievable sounding models including analog, tape, and digital delay, all easily adjusted with the Tap Tempo feature. Different delay patterns such as slap, ping pong, swell, and sweep can be adjusted with the twist of a knob and the Mod dial can be tweaked for even more variations. Echo Park also features stereo ins and outs.
ToneCore pedals consist of a ToneDock base-in stereo or mono-and interchangeable effects modules that snap in and out, allowing you to change effects without rearranging your pedalboard. The ToneDock is powered by a 9V battery or optional DC-1 adapter.
So it’s modeled after the DL4, but much cheaper. Obviously, the DL4 still is a more versatile pedal with the preset footswitches and many more models to select from the but this seems like a great delay!
I found a Line 6 Demo video
You can pick up the Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay for $149.99 at Musician’s Friend.
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13 years ago
So for clearer delays I should use digital rather than analog?Reply