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Line 6 Racks Modeler

Line 6 Echo Pro

User reviews on Line 6 Racks Modeler products

mako's review (Line 6 - Mod Pro)

By mako, 18/09/2005
Plains effects, Chorus, Panner, Rotary, Phaser, Flanger, Vibrato, ect ...
All in digital know-how Line 6 (the models are perfect).
5 parameters for effects, all Midif.
Backup of 99 briefs.
In / out jack and XLR sym.
Integrated power supply.
Pedal controller.
MIDI In / Out.
Brief but good.


Very simple, a good manual (very nice!).
No hassle for.
Get started immediately.


The know-how Line6.
The models are perfect and very well explained.
We are dealing with soft-crazy.
The only difference against an analog machine, it is worth more to avoid saturating the input.


I use it for 3 years.
All good.
Difficult to find a machine at this price with such effects, opportunities (Midi, backups, etc. ...), Jack and XLR inputs, an integrated power supply ...
Line 6 Congratulations!

Dopamine Dream's review (Line 6 - Echo Pro)

By Dopamine Dream, 05/12/2005
Apparently all is said about it is the rack of delay line 6, from their series: filter pro, pro mod, pro echo.
It simulates delays hottest appears from this, with bonus line6: change ... And a sampler! (Great practice)


Each type of delay has its own parameters, the delay time is adjustable brilliantly, it has little time to select the time delay between the so milliseconds, or choose to enter the tempo .. From this moment a blinking LED to the black, and some choose the time interval between delay, black, eighth, dotted eighth note (super nice when playing eighth notes), with another LED that flashes to the Selected rhythmic figure!
The manual comes from line6, so it's funny is, no worries, it also contains a catalog of simulated models ..


The sounds are super good! For my part I do conaissai digital delays that clean and cold, I discover with joy the delays oldest and most colorful (it has not even set what level the sound is modified by the echo pro).
I currently only tested with my guitar in the effects loop of my preamp ..


I have a few months, I love the galaxy of delays proposed twelve o'clock super practical implementation, ease of setup, design ... The sampler is really the icing on the cake, a small grid and it has infinite overdub!
Ok it is almost impossible to find, I got it for 400 euros and I OCCAZ remake that choice, long live the rack!
I sai that whatever my gear changes, the line 6 will always be to ensure my delays!

Jotape_fr's review (Line 6 - Echo Pro)

By Jotape_fr, 04/11/2002
Rack vintage echo simulation (space echo, tape echo, delay) numrique
XLR input & output midi in out


Trs easy to use with all functions in real time editable on the front panel
the manual is clear on trs explains all the functions available on the rack


The effects are good trs, trs simulations are very Russian (space echo)
I use it for my dubs mix with MS20 or R BAR-70


Trs qualitprix good value. Knowing that it is the echos and delays ddi

Line 6 ModPro (Line 6 - Mod Pro)

By MGR/ShackMan, 22/07/2011
It's the rackmountable version of Line 6's MM4 Mod filter stompbox. It's still the same bright blue, just flat and with four screw holes in the front. These were made primarily for studio use, generally made for guitars, and didn't sell very well when they came out for around $300 a piece. If you're interested in the history, they started when U2's The Edge wanted something to put his presets together instead of having upwards of 15 DM4 stompboxes on stage. So Line 6 built the Echo Pro and the Filter and Mod Pro. I've been playing bass through it for about 7 years now and using it as a do-everything rack-effect.

I wanted phaser/flanger/vibe/chorus/ring mod/etc. etc. for my bass, and I wanted it to be all in one good box. I found this sitting around Pianos 'n' Stuff for about $120 and in perfect condition, so I decided I had to have it, especially since it sounded killer on my bass. It's really rare to find these anymore anywhere. You generally have to check ebay or various forums to get one, but you can find them for $100 - $150.

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99 presets. Any kind of filter effect that exists on the market. Great high quality digital modeling (Line 6 doesn't do analog). The pre and post gain knobs are a major help, especially since this is meant as an 'effect loop' box. You can also control it all with a MIDI board/expression pedal, which is awesome.

Using it as a bass effect box, it's not the best for maintaining every ounce of low end, but it DOES help your sound come forward. When I turn it on people in the audience KNOW that I did something, and I think that's just as important. If I'm gonna use effects, they aren't gonna be subtle...I want people to know what I'm doing on bass, whether it's in rock, jazz, or metal or whatever I'm doing. You don't play Cliff Burton's solo before Pulling Teeth with just a hint of crank it!

It's pretty nice-lookin in a rack. And there are plenty of blinky lights to make the audience go 'oooh! I bet that thing is awesome and/or expensive' As for the construction, you know what to do. Take care of it, and don't drop it. Otherwise, you're golden.

It's not the best for retaining low end, but the sheer amount of effect processing power and the ability to really get your effects out there and bring your bass forward are simply awesome. Not to mention the fact that it's MIDI/expression controllable.

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Put it in your effect loop, not just in your chain.

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