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Line 6 Echo Park

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Line 6 Echo Park analog setting off on + oscillation
Vibrato varying the mix control (mod trois quarts)
Vibrato 1 (mod on half, analog, full mix)
Jazz trick Tape setting (mod full)

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Lack of fishing!

By LazyStupidDuck, 02/03/2014
Good delay pedal with switch "type", "digital" and "analog". This is a stereo pedal, always more fun when it comes to delay. There are quite a nice effect, as the swell, the Sweap ... This is actually the sister of the DL4. The bypass also serves tape tempo. You can press gently to lock it. For the skeptics, there is no risk to extinguish during this manipulation ', you really want it ^ ^
Warning, this pedal is very ugly! Really x)


Setup could not be easier if you know a little delays. We have a mix knob, repetition, rhythm and modulation that is depending on the mode (chorus to tape, the digital modulation, and a kind of "squish" to get close to analog). After there is a lot of effect, but the pedal quickly took charge.


On this point I was a little disappointed. I had read almost as good articles and I found that rehearsals lacked life dynamics. But it is enough to add a booster, and the case must be set ... Otherwise I love the analog with this "gurgling" organic, and there are a lot of different fashion which can be interesting ( rhythm tap tempo function, ping pong, and especially the swell that allows you to save a volume pedal x))


I use it for a week or so, I find rather good effects, but there is still the lack of dynamics in rehearsals that bothers me a bit. After I also have a stereo memory man I prefer for its livelier side, but less effective and therefore less fun!

-Strength (bosses are now pale ...)
-The number of effect
Switch-tape, digital and analog
The tap-tempo
-Value / price

-The rehearsals might be a little more realistic, but the sound is ok
Him, but requires strength weight

good pedal

By goldorock, 20/08/2012
digital delay, but delay that lists all reverse to slap 50's to analog tape echo
for that, it is perfect, but we will not all.
Me, I'd prefer the digital delay that reproduces the notes.
there is a tap tempo foot big advantage.
the pedal is very strong but ... see below.


use is very simple.
there is rule set as delay, time, mix.
ON adds a chorus or not.


The quality is good, but there are drawbacks qq:
The chorus is not very far.
I noticed that when the pedal engages the volume increases and there is even a little reverb
then we like it or not.
I think noise could have been done better, but the pedal has everything you demand a delay
all types.
tap tempo.
and chorus / vibrato: light for 2.


IN the end, after qques years, I think the plug to the adapter and messing overnight: red: lack of battery!
but I had never put battery!.
In the opening, I saw nothing special, but closing it, it broke.
Other search conditions, it has always worked well.
There's very little delay as complete.
to choose, I'll go to another brand for a better more realistic sound
digital or less.

two different delays!

By ericthegreat, 20/12/2011
This thing has two types of delay (digital delay and a tape echo simulator)with tap tempo and doubles as a phrase sampler. This is a digital effect.
There is no editing except with the knobs and buttons on the device. As for connections, its all 1/4". There is one in, and five out. It is not set up to be rackmounted.


The sampling section did throw me a little, but once you figure it out, its not to bad.
-Start recording by hitting the right switch.
-Stop recording and start looping the phrase by hitting the left switch.
-To overdub, hit the right switch again.
-And to stop playback, hit the left again.
May sound confusing, and it does screw me up sometimes. In reality, I rarely use this section of the pedal.
As for editing, the delay side, its 6 knobs and 1 switch, pretty easy. I explained the loop side above.
The manual will guide you through most if not all your questions.


I use the normal delay the most and I love it. Nice and clear delay. It sounds great and with the tap tempo, its all I could ask for. I don't use the tape echo as often, but it sounds good also. They did a good job capturing the analog feel. The loop function i use only when I am practicing and come up with a quick idea. I have a roland rc-50 for all my live looping needs. I use this as the last effect in my Rhodes Piano/guitar effect chain. The normal delay is what I prefer.


I have been using this pedal for 6 months. The best thing for me is the built in tap tempo feature. Every digital delay pedal should have one. I own a Boss dd5. This thing sounds way better, and I got mine for only $100. They usually go around $125, which is still not bad. In the end, I am saving up for Diamonds Memory lane analog delay with tap tempo, which is probably the greatest delay pedal of all time. Its just like $500, so I will happily hang on to my Line 6 Echo Park . even when I do get the Diamond. Because most people like myself can't afford $500 on a delay pedal, I would totally buy this again.


A horror, but ...

By Moondog, 01/05/2011
see descriptive


Simple setup.
No manual and no need ..
Editing sounds can not be easier ...


I use it on my guitar.
The dwell is practical (sometimes!) And very correct, the reverse also (less nearly as beautiful as a Empress, of course). The preset sweep is awesome, I love the gurgling very organic, especially in fashion tape (a little more acute and longer scanning). Otherwise analog modulation is approached with much of the Memory Man (we do not completely heat, or wealth or depth, of course, but it was much more than a tap tempo + 550 + 1 / 3 of OCCAZ price + other possibilities ...). I do not use the digital mode.

Otherwise, if there were an award for the most horrible aesthetics, I think l4echo Park (and the full range Line 6) would win hands down.


Cheap (especially used), great sound, no breath, convenient, easy (in terms of reliability, for the moment ...). RAS Line 6 could still really make an effort to design our way out instead of the horrors of the 80 worthy. If they gave their product aesthetics a bit more "boutique", it could not hurt their sales, on the contrary!

I had Maxon AD-999, AD-80 vintage, Lovepedal Baby Echo, Line 6 DL4, Empress VMSD, Subdecay Echobox, Mad Professor DBD, Boss DM-3, Arion Sad-1 ... I confess look towards a Strymon Brigadier or a Memory Lane Jr., but for now the Echo Park for me, especially for the price, I can buy for my guitar ... Lollar
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Line 6 Echo Park tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Line 6
  • Model:Echo Park
  • Series:ToneCore Pedals
  • Category:Delays/Echos/Phrase Samplers for Guitar
  • Added in our database on: 10/18/2004

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