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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jzucker, Nov 7, 2005.
Wow - Sound clips sure sound great!
I picked one up as well as a Roto-Machine on Friday. I have only checked it out in mono so far but have been very impressed with it. I normally use a TC M-One for verb but I could see myself using this and being just as happy.
And for those who hate the L6 switches, there is only on and off on this one so you need not stomp down on it. Just a light tap will do.
Have you tried their Delay?
Yeah. I have the Echo Park. I like it a lot. Much better than the DL-4. It doesn't change your sound like the DL-4 does on most settings.
Cool. Is it true bypass or is it at least semi-transparent?
How does it compare to the Digitech Digidelay pedal ?
Do the line 6 stomp boxes take the normal boss style barrel connector?
I have tried several of the Tonecore pedals. I like them all but the all are noisy and are just ok build quality.
Even the delay and reverb were. If you shake them you also get weird noises.
No weird noises when shaking my Line6 delay or verb, nor are they extremely noisy. I did have to go through 2 of the echopark's till I found a non-noisy one though. My DM-2 causes more noise and hiss then either of the line6 pedals on my board. I like the verbzilla alot, but I didn't really buy it for "normal" reverb sounds. I use it mostly for the Octo or Cave settings, for more synthlike sounds, though the regular spring reverb setting is pretty nice. I don't have a holy grail anymore, but going on memory alone I prefer the verbzilla.
Yeah the Cave is very cool. I cant stand the Holy Grail. The more you turn up the effect the more tone it sucks from your amp.
Check out this tube reverb.
What do you think?
I ordered one on Monday...should be here soon!
I don't hear niose from the Verbzilla, nor does it get a different sound when you shake it.
here's two small clips from the Verbzilla on two different settings