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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 models including analog, tape, and digital delay, all e... Read More

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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 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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4.7

(based on 13 reviews)

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Buy this pedal. Just buy it.

This is the only way I know of to improve the overall sophistication and quality of your sound 100% without spending more than $150, or $500 for that matter. In less than 5 minutes...Read complete review

This is the only way I know of to improve the overall sophistication and quality of your sound 100% without spending more than $150, or $500 for that matter. In less than 5 minutes you can go from classic echo and reverse effects to sounds I haven't even heard on a Radiohead album. A must have!

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Not Durable

Great Tone and versatility. I own lots of Line 6 gear and typically find it fairly durable but this pedal quit working after 9 months of non-gigging use.

Great Tone and versatility. I own lots of Line 6 gear and typically find it fairly durable but this pedal quit working after 9 months of non-gigging use.

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4.0

Digital Delay, and a Whole Lot More

By Jon Lewis

from Dayton, Ohio

So I picked up this pedal used from my local GC about a month ago. Got a great price, so I can't really complain. This delay boils down the features found in more advanced units into a compact stomp box. Takes some playing around with, and has a bit of a learning curve, but with time you can find the effect you're looking for. The "Trails" feature is very nice; you can finish playing one part of a song with the delay on, switch it off, and the effect will ring itself out without any abrupt cut-off. I like that. The only thing I would warn anyone about with the Echo Park is that it's a bit noisy. It will add some "hum" to your signal chain whether it's on or off. About the only bad thing I can think of about it. Otherwise, it's a very versatile pedal with lots of features.

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3.0

Not Durable

By Dave

from Michigan

Great Tone and versatility. I own lots of Line 6 gear and typically find it fairly durable but this pedal quit working after 9 months of non-gigging use.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing Delay

By Jag

from Columbia, MD

This pedal is a great addition to my pedal board. First of all, the stereo feature is great and convenient. There are so many different delay types and so many ways to use them, it's hard to get bored with it! I am always experimenting with it in different ways. The best feature probably is the tap tempo which is built right in! I hate pedals like the boss where you have to hold it down for two seconds to turn the tap tempo on and off, I hate pedals that make you buy extra foot switches for tap tempo....yuck! This is how tap tempo was made to be built! It's all in the pedal! Just press lightly to activate it! The only problem with this pedal is that sometimes when you have a LOT of distortion on and aren't playing the guitar, there is (a very small amount) of feedback, but that hardly bothers me. Overall, this pedal is of very high quality, and I would highly recommend it for any guitar player. Go echo park!

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5.0

Perfect Starter Delay

By Twelve30ite

from Missouri

I currently own the Line 6 Echo Park, and I love it! It has great user-friendly knobs to quickly switch from delay to delay. I love the fact of the on board tap tempo, since it adds a great feel to your playing. Cons: Really heavy, not as clean sounding as I would like it to be, and the trails switch (when left on) kills a little bit of your tone. I am currently thinking about selling this little monster, and upgrading to a Boss DD-20

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5.0

Wow, Best delay in the under $400 price range

By Nick Walker

from Harvard

Probably my favorite pedal i own, there are so many diferent features and customizable sounds packed into this pedal it would explode if it didn't have stereo outputs. Also, it has tap tempo, which i can't imagine a echo pedal that does not have it, since i use it more often then not. only problem is delay time isn't long enough to get looping in but if you want a looper, buy a looper.

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5.0

Buy it!

By Nick

from Harvard

Wow great pedal. you will never run out of ways to echo! I got my echo park a few months ago and still haven't gotten bored of it. It is very durable and has no loose parts but it is hard to press the pedal down when sitting. (Because it has a tap tempo you have to press extra hard to turn it off) 9/5 stars!

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5.0

Awesome Pedal

By JoeyA

from NC

This pedal is awesome, as I stated in the title above. It allows for many insane sounds and even includes a volume swell option. You can set the delay time and repeat for as much or as little delay you want. There are also settings for "Tape", "Digital", and "Analog" which can make for some weird sounding solo's or riffs. You can also adjust the volume of the delay with the "Mix" knob so you can still hear the guitar without the effect. Durability is great because it's heavy and made of metal which doesn't allow it to be broken easily. There is only one slight problem that I have with the pedal and that is that if you have distortion on with another pedal, it will pick up a sound from the lights flickering on and off but that is just a minor detail that you don't notice. This pedal is a must have for any guitarist for Rockabilly to Spacey Trippyness.

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5.0

Extremely Versatile

By Tommy

from New Jersey

This is an awesome pedal that you can do just about anything with. There's a whole ton of delay effects not to mention the different Mods; analog, tape and digital which add wow, vibrato, chorus, etc. There's even a Sweep function that places wah on your echoes. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a delay pedal.

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5.0

Miles ahead of pedals costing twice as much...

By AdamC

from Austin, TX

If you can get over being a Boss and/or Electro-Harmonix snob (and I'm a huge Boss fan), this is the absolute best delay pedal in the price range. I'm not saying it's better than a Line 6 DL-4 or a Boss GigaDelay, but this thing runs circles around any other pedal under $200. The Digital mode is perfect, and the Tape and Analog modes do a very good job of emulating the nuances of each. Each of these modes has an additional adjustable secondary effect. Tape mode has a secondary "tape flutter" effect, Digital mode has a good sounding Chorus effect, and Analog mode has a very cool Vibrato effect. These you can turn off completely of course, if you just want the basic delay. Having the Tap Tempo feature built right into the pedal is a huge plus, and comes in very useful almost every time I end up using the pedal. Pressing the pedal without it clicking all the way down activates the Tap Tempo, but if you hit it once by accident, it waits a few seconds for another tap, and cancels the Tap Tempo if you don't hit it again. Pressing it all the way down until it clicks obviously turns the effect on or off... and it's really nice to have that tactile "click" that you can feel in your foot. You don't get that with Boss. The pedal is built like a tank, and is just as sturdy, if not more so, than Boss pedals. Another huge plus is the blinking tempo light, which blinks green when the effect is turned on and red with the effect is off, so you always know at a glance what tempo the Repeat is set to. The Swell feature is one of my favorites, and it completely cuts your attack... gradually bringing up the volume of what you're playing from zero each time you play a note or a chord. It's hard to describe, it's a bit of a Radiohead sounding effect. The only potential negative I can think of is that the select knob on the demo that I played seemed to be noticably more loose when selecting a mode than the new pedal that I bought. The demo unit may have been abused, who knows... I just hope the knob pots don't get loose over time under normal use.

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5.0

Impressed...be sure to get the power adaptor!!!!!!

By Phil Diamond

from Windsor, CT

I have been looking for a delay pedal ever since I jammed on my buddys dan-echo. The dan-echo is cool but no tap-tempo like this beast. I picked up this pedal one day before my bands labor day gig. Right out of the box this thing blew my mind. Being able to control the timing with my feet is so essential. With not much effort at all I was creating some amazing pink floyd type soundscapes. My drummer is very skeptical about effects and he loved this thing. Big step up for my band with this thing. My only complaints, no 9volt was included. Also the 9volt I purchased only lasted about 3hours. So...don't waste your time with batteries. You must get the power adaptor. after 3 gigs it will have paid for itself. Thanks LINE 6. Next up for me may be the spider amp???

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