The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler has enough stunning guitar pedal sounds to spark the gear lust in every guitarist-Swirling phasers, tangy choruses, syrupy sweet reverbs, and more. The comprehensive lis... Read More
The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler has enough stunning guitar pedal sounds to spark the gear lust in every guitarist-Swirling phasers, tangy choruses, syrupy sweet reverbs, and more. The comprehensive list of available M9 models features all the effects from best-selling Line 6 pedals. Access all the famous sounds from DL4 Delay Modeler, DM4 Distortion Modeler, FM4 Filter Modeler, MM4 Modulation Modeler, Verbzilla, Echo Pro, and more.
M9 Stompbox Modeler is set up like three FX units. Each effects unit can have two stomps at the ready, and any three effects can play simultaneously. Use one effect at a time, arrange effects in tried-and-true combinations, or create your own original blends.
Use the Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler to create 6 different stompbox arrangements, or pedalboard "scenes"-one for your metal band, one for your punk band, one for your Top 40 gig-you get the picture. No more tearing up Velcro just to switch out one or two pedals. Plus, the Line 6 M9 pedal features MIDI in/out, for you to back up your scenes to your computer or control the unit with a MIDI controller.
Inspired by the simplicity of classic stompboxes, the Line 6 M9 guitar effects pedal is incredibly easy to use. Tweak your tones on the fly using the dedicated knobs and easy-to-read LCD window. Just turn the knobs and you're done-no menus, no saving, no hassles-and your tweaks remain, even after you power down.
Complete with a full-featured, 28-second looper, Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler allows for extended in-the-moment looping. It has all the necessary looper controls with dedicated footswitches to make looping easy: Record, Record/Overdub, Play/Stop, Play Once, Undo/Redo, Half Speed and Reverse (The looper can be used simultaneously with the three FX Units.).
The Line 6 M9 multi effect pedal features plenty of ins and outs. 1/4" mono/stereo inputs and outputs (with True Analog Bypass or DSP Bypass) let you put M9 Stompbox Modeler before, after, or between your other pedals. Connect expression pedals to the two 1/4" expression pedal jacks to morph smoothly between tones. MIDI in/out, which is perfect for backing up your "scenes", also makes the Line 6 effects pedal compatible with many popular MIDI control systems.
The Line 6 M9 guitar pedal is built tank-tough with all-metal construction. From the chassis to the footswitches, M9 withstands constant stomping. Together with its built-in chromatic tuner, the Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler's generations of sonic treasures and brain-dead-simple design will prove indispensable-not to mention highly addictive.
Check the Line 6 website for software updates that increase the power of your M9 Stompbox Modeler
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If you don't want a mess of patch cables wondering which one is crapping your sound up and a floor full of stompboxes, but don't want to go the rackmount route then this is the unit for you! I've been using my Line M9 since late 2010. My band is a successful regional (SW US) cover band. We play many styles of music from the 60's-Today ranging from Country, Rock, Pop, Dance, Hip Hop, etc. We play basically and and every kind of music for corporate events, festivals, receptions, parties, and clubs as well. I have found the M9 can supply any tone & any effect I need for every song we play. M9's Distortion models are great and have great response that is almost exactly the same as the pedals they are modeled after and the compressor models are awesome as well! The same goes for the effects. All of the parameters and capabilities of the effects are so similar to the real pedals I have no need for any other effects or distortion pedals. Also the fact that the M9 has the capability to select True Bypass mode is one of my favorite things about this unit. Although, I do use my amp distortion channel on occasion, an external wah, and when going between single coil and humbucker mode on my guitar I do have an external clean volume boost that I use to make up for the dB loss, but that is all aside from the M9. In conclusion the M9 has been the best addition to my pedalboard!
I bought the M9 at GC and owned it for a month but had to return because it has some fatal flaws. I play in a cover band and on a typical gig use 15 - 25 patches. This box has 36 places to store patches but they are arranged in 6 groups of 6 banks. In order to change a banks you have to bend over and turn the select knob. Call me crazy, but I don't think you should ever have bend over and turn a knob on a gig. I found I was CONSTANTLY having to turn the knob. Second, there's no way to NAME a patch. You either have to remember that your delay patch for "Streets Have No Name" is stored in Bank 2, 1A or write it down on the set list. I didn't think this would be a problem, but I used it on 3 gigs and it was a BIG problem. I hit the wrong patch many different times. Third, there's no way to copy or duplicate a patch from one bank to the next without backing up the whole box via USB and then restoring only one bank. Finally, the distortion pedals are not great. Kind of buzzy, fizzy and not organic sounding at all. I think with a lot of tweaking you might be able to get these to work, but with all the other problems this box was already off the pedal board for me. On the good side, the delays are great.
This box does it all, and then some. I use it for everything except the overdrives and distortions. The only effect in the yellow channel that I found useable was the Boost effect, which is quite good. This is quite a robust box for the price when you consider all that you get with it, and when combined with the expression pedal, this unit is fantastic.
I've had the M9 for 6 months - I use it as a smaller rig for my electric, and the loop function and octave effects for looping "full band" sounds when I play solo acoustic. The footswitches are really durable, the "scenes" function is awesome because it's easy to switch back and forth between effect chains (You can run 3 effects at a time, with one "on deck" behind each one) Sometimes I find myself wanting more than overdrive/delay/reverb in a chain, probably one more with a mod would be good, and the M13 does that, but for the money, the M9 will probably be everything you need. Awesome unit.
I got this stompbox for christmas and its pretty awesome. It's got a bunch of effects that all the legends use. Great distortion and delay.
This is a great little effects unit that you can easily fit onto your pedalboard and still have room for other things. There are a bumch of sounds this thing can make but you honestly wont ever use most of them, other than for fun at home perhaps. So I wouldn't base buying this just to "have" a ton of effects. I run mine in stereo thru 2 amps via ABY box. This allows you to take full advantage of stereo delays, panners etc. I run it into both amp's FX units, keeping my wah and comp in the front. It will make your sound bigger and better doing it this way. All in all, this is a really nice box. I bought it for the reverb, and some delays, and the fact that is has stereo in/outputs. Price is a little high, but so is everything else. Other than that I'm very happy with the Line 6 M9.
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