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Line 6 ToneCore Tap Tremolo Guitar Effects Pedal
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Use the Line 6 ToneCore Tap Tremolo guitar pedal with adjustable Dynamic Speed, Peak Setting, Depth, and Shape controls to chop, slice, and dice like...Click To Read More About This Product
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The pulsating tremolo you've always wanted!
Use the Line 6 ToneCore Tap Tremolo guitar pedal with adjustable Dynamic Speed, Peak Setting, Depth, and Shape controls to chop, slice, and dice like no other. Choose from Opto Tremolo, Bias Tremolo, or Stereo Panning models. 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 pedal board. The ToneDock is powered by a 9V battery or optional DC-1 adapter.
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well the real genius about this pedal is the peak feature. I connect a boost pedal before it to crank the volume on boost, max peak and speed knobs, so the peak would go to ring mod kinda' speed. then tame the signal with a compressor or an overdrive for some different texture. this thing goes nuts, sort of variable speed ring mod.,tap tempo is useless in fast situations (same for delays and others)peak really should have a on/off switch. and line 6 should have included a knob to bend the wave shape (like EH pulsar)still a good product, I wish I could modify it but the circuit is scary complex :)
This pedal gives you all the control you could want over your tremolo sound. The pedal allows you to choose between 3 different circuitry sounds: Opto (mid-60s American amplifiers), Bias (late 50's British amplifiers), and Pan (sends signal back and forth between a left and right output[NICE STUFF!!!]). Each circuit is also given the following parameter controls: Speed, Depth, Peak, and Shape. In addition the tap tempo feature allows you to set and change effect's speed/tempo on the fly. A nifty design feature is the tempo light that flashes the tempo in green when the switch is activated and in amber when it is not. That way you know what the speed of the effect will be before you activate it.One last bit to add is that the user manual comes with some parameter settings you can try out if you are unfamiliar with how to get the best sounds. However, the pedal is easy to use and parameters are straightforward enough that you should be wailing away with tremolo in no time.
I bought the pedal to replace my Boss Tremolo because I needed a tap tempo feature. Unfortunately unless the tempo is slow, it's physically impossible to tap your foot that fast. They should have included a double or quadruple tempo feature. In addition, the sound quality is not as clean as the Boss or other tremolo pedals I've used.
This really is a great pedal. The sound quailty is as good or better than any other tremolo pedal I've used. With the peak knob and the opto-bias-pan switch you can get any type of sound you could possibly want. Some of the other reviews complained about the tap function not working that great, but I don't have any problem with it at all. Just barely tap the footswitch and you can get extremely accurate settings. The key is to barely hit the switch.The only complaint I do have is that you can't daisey chain the power supply with other pedals or you will get noise. If it has it's own power supply, whether it's battery or actual power supply, it's extremely quiet. I had to spend an extra 20 bucks because I couldn't use the godlyke power supply I was already using with my other pedals, I had to get another one specifically for the line 6 pedal.Overall it's an awesome sounding pedal with a lot of great functions!
This tremelo pedal has everything that you really need in a tremelo pedal. . . except . . . I wish it had a way to switch the "peak" feature off/on quickly, like maybe a second footswitch. or maybe i'm just getting too complicated now. Solid construction, this thing probably won't ever break. do yourself a favor and get rechargeable 9-volts. it's better than getting the bulky power supply (especially when you already carry one for your DL4). good job, line 6.
I just bought it cuz I needed a tap tremolo, I been looking for this for a long time. I sounds great and its has so many features, one of them is that this thing is heavy like an wah pedal...Damm!! But I couln't wait for the Seymour Duncan tremolo pedal. Well just buy it, you won't be desapointed!
I've had several tremolo pedals and several amps with tremolo. Tremolo is probably my favorite effect.... and this pedal is - hands down - the best pedal you can get without spending boo-koo bucks on a PTP hand wired botique pedal. I can pretty much emulate the Tremolo on my 1970 Fender Deluxe with this pedal. As far as the complaints I've read about the terrible "tap" feature, I actually find it super easy to use and easy to find your tempo. I can't find anything negative about this pedal....... plus it's built like a tank, a heavy tank!
I purchased this Tremolo pedal because of its ability to tap in the tempo. Great idea, poorly executed, though. First of all tapping in the tempo is great for slow tremolo needs, but anything close to shimmer speed and you'll need to have a background in tap dancing to be able to tap the correct speed. Line 6 could solve this problem by adding a double, triple, or quadruple speed switch so that one tap equals 2, 3, or 4 tremolo cycles. Another shortfall is the waveform knob. At about 2 o'clock the waveform drastically cuts from a smooth sine wave to saw tooth. There's very little in between adjustment in the wave sound. And finally... this pedal is NOISY! Even with the effect off it hums and/or hisses like no other. I connected an A/B box to bypass the pedal to compare the sound and sure enough, noise galore. Finally, I hear the Army might send these pedals to Iraq cause these things are built like a tank! All corniness aside, these pedals are tough. I like a beefy pedal with a rugged look. Too bad the beefiness doesn't help out my sound. Value is 5 stars because you can get the same features on a far less expensive pedal. 6 stars for features... the features are there, but they aren't fully effective.