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Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal   

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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 mode...Click To Read More About This Product

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Delicious delays with infinite control!

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.


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Line 6ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
 
4.4

(based on 56 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (39)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Amateur recording (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Galaxy of Delays in one pedal.

I bought this pedal the first day it came in at Musician's Friend, and it's never left my rig.First of all, there are 3 delay types (Digital, Analog, and Tape) and 11...Read complete review

I bought this pedal the first day it came in at Musician's Friend, and it's never left my rig.First of all, there are 3 delay types (Digital, Analog, and Tape) and 11 delay modes. What this means is that for each of the 11 modes, you can have Analog, Digital, or Tape delay. That's a total of 33 different sounds.I run the pedal in stereo and it just shines. It's fairly quiet, durable as a tank, and the delay modes are all useable. It has normal modes like quarter note, half note, eighth note, etc. and then throws in a filter sweep mode, 3 different stereo panning delays, a ducking mode, and a kickass reverse delay. The TRAILS switch is great for ending songs and letting echoes just swirl around then smoothly dissapear. The tap tempo and MOD knob add even more tweakability. Depending on your delay type, the MOD knob adds a different type of modulation. Digital gets chorus, Analog gets a nice, convincing treble rolloff reminiscent of analog delay pedals like the EH Deluxe Memory Man, and Tape get s added "wow and flutter" that sounds so much like the real thing, even experts can't tell. IMO, this pedal blows the Boss and Digitech delay pedals away. Looking for a great STEREO Delay (sorry, MXR Carbon Copy and Way Huge Aqua Puss, both Mono) get this one. It will do everything you need it to and then some.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great pedal but bad wiring

I recently bought this pedal and fell in love with it. It has great features and I love the tap feature on it. The swell feature is great and it has many possibilities. ...Read complete review

I recently bought this pedal and fell in love with it. It has great features and I love the tap feature on it. The swell feature is great and it has many possibilities. But here is the problem: the pedal produces a hum like it is nobody's business when it is plugged into the adapter. I first was running the power through a Visual sound daisy chain but it was buzzing. So I bought the Line 6 adapter thinking it was a phase problem or power rating. Nope, it buzzed on with Line 6 adapter also. I took it back to the store hoping it may be that pedal in particular. Nope, myself and the guitar tech there plugged in a brand spankin new one and it did the exact same thing. She said she has heard quite a few complaints about the Line 6 pedals humming/buzzing. They wired their in house display and it did the same thing. I don't want to play on batteries cause this thing eats through them and it is a pain to swap them out every time. Bottom line, if you want to play this pedal with batteries, go for it. You will not be disappointed. If you want to plug it in (which is the more convienient/economical), don't waste your money cause the pedal is very loud with that hum. Great product Line 6 but fix the wiring issue and it will be outstanding! (I traded the pedal in and got a almost new/used DL-4 which is amazing!)

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(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

2nd one died too - choose another!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I got one of these and a few weeks later it had no out put. I had to pay shipping to send it back to Line 6 and wait three weeks for a replacement. That was about a year ago. Now this one died too - the green light comes on, then red, then nothing. Warranty is a year so I'm out of luck and $150! That's my last Line 6 product!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Galaxy of Delays in one pedal.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I bought this pedal the first day it came in at Musician's Friend, and it's never left my rig.First of all, there are 3 delay types (Digital, Analog, and Tape) and 11 delay modes. What this means is that for each of the 11 modes, you can have Analog, Digital, or Tape delay. That's a total of 33 different sounds.I run the pedal in stereo and it just shines. It's fairly quiet, durable as a tank, and the delay modes are all useable. It has normal modes like quarter note, half note, eighth note, etc. and then throws in a filter sweep mode, 3 different stereo panning delays, a ducking mode, and a kickass reverse delay. The TRAILS switch is great for ending songs and letting echoes just swirl around then smoothly dissapear. The tap tempo and MOD knob add even more tweakability. Depending on your delay type, the MOD knob adds a different type of modulation. Digital gets chorus, Analog gets a nice, convincing treble rolloff reminiscent of analog delay pedals like the EH Deluxe Memory Man, and Tape get s added "wow and flutter" that sounds so much like the real thing, even experts can't tell. IMO, this pedal blows the Boss and Digitech delay pedals away. Looking for a great STEREO Delay (sorry, MXR Carbon Copy and Way Huge Aqua Puss, both Mono) get this one. It will do everything you need it to and then some.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Not that bad... but...

By Peter-y1WON

from MN

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

If you want to power your pedal using a daisy chain system, walk away right now and find something else. It uses a multi-plane ground system (whatever that means), so on your 1-spot or whatever, the noise is louder than the signal. Eats batteries like nothing else, and the L6 power supplies are flimsy, but at least they don't make noise. If you don't mind the power supply, this is a great pedal (but probably too pricey for that caveat).

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Too digital

By GuitarJem

from Pa

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Good Selection Of Effects

Cons

  • Not Responsive
  • Poor Sound Quality

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording

Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I had this pedal on my board but it sounded so digital that I had to remove it and replace it with my trusty Boss DD3 which is also digital but sounded much better. Now I use MXR Carbon Copy which is analog and so far it's the best sounding delay of all, simple and to the point. If you play through a tube amp go analog but if you must go digital make sure you run it through the fx loop for a decent sound. Hope this helps anyone reviewing this or any digital delay pedal.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

All You Could Ask For

By TheNightFox

from OC/California

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

This pedal was amazing. Very straight easy to learn how to use without even taking a peek at the booklet. As for everyone making complaint about the hum or "noise" can easily be fixed. I have the verbzilla, so i used that as the power supple (having heard about the deathtrap this pedal is to batteries) and the second i plugged in, I heard the noise I had been warned about. So I went back and exchanged it for a different pedal and wasn't as pleased with the features as I was with the echo park. And this 2nd time around, i bought a 1spot power supply and a daisy chain so i could use my other pedals, and BAM! The hum was gone. Long review made a little longer, try a different power supply to get rid of that hum... or don't stand so close to your amp. Either way, I have no problems with my pedal. Thank you Link6, you've done it again!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Lots of options

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I am pleased with the diverse setting options the echo park has. One of the reasons I chose this over the DL4 was the dotted eighth note tap option. The tap tempo is a life saver, and has not let me down yet. I usually switch between three settings, and can easily do this between songs, but would not try it in the middle of one. I would ideally like true bypass as it does take away a little tone when off, but nothing terrible.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Pretty sweet

By the seed awakening

from Canada

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

This pedal is a fine delay pedal so many options a variations in sound you can achieve, one thing you need to look out for is that this is defiantly NOT just a plug in and play, it might be even a little much for some one who is not used to the ranges you can achieve with this thing. The thing is a tank as well its fallen of the top of my half stack so many times and its still kicking but yeah good pedal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing tape delay simulation

By roknfnrol

from USA

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I've owned this pedal for years and it's my favorite delay by far. This pedal has an amazing tape delay setting and modulation control. The tap temp feature and reverse echo feature are also really great. It can be a bit noisy if you use a One-Spot or similar power supply, but it's quiet if it has its own power supply. You can get some really trippy sounds from this unit.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sweet Pedal

By RockintheCross

from OC, California

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I've had this pedal for over one year and I'm still finding new ways to use it. Note that you will get a volume boost when engaged and you should use a separate power supply to avoid noise. With either of the Line 6 supplies, or a One Spot, the pedal is totally silent. Tap tempo works great. It's very easy to tap out the song tempo on the fly--quite helpful if the drummer isn't steady. Swell feature with multiple repeats can sound like a bowed instrument. Dotted eight-note feature creates that U2 feel with some practice. I also use the pedal with an acoustic guitar on "unplugged" nights and it sounds cool. The knobs are a bit small, but they had to fit a lot in a small space. I like how the DL4 allows storage of different delay types. This would be very handy during sets so that I wouldn't have to bend down between songs. However, I don't have the space on my board for the larger pedal. Over all, I'm very happy with the Echo Park.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

amazing if you can find a use for it

By 80sMetalChick3

from Massachusetts

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Comments about Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park Delay Guitar Effects Pedal:

I bought this because my favorite guitarist has been using this on tour. It is so fun to explore all the things this pedal can do. Your options are endless with this, and it's really easy to use. I don't know why anybody is saying this thing is the noisiest pedal they have. It has not been noisy at all for me. This is a DELAY pedal. The sound after you play is the what it is SUPPOSED to do. This pedal can do some amazing things, my only concern is finding enough songs that I can use this with. If you don't write songs or know a lot of songs that need these effects, it might not be worth it, but for me, this thing is permanently attached to my pedal board.

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