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Re: New Line6 delay/looper

If all parameters are MIDI editable/storeable, you can store 99 presets (vs. 4), the looper were stereo, and it could handle line level effectively, I'd upgrade my DL4 without battin' an eye!  Heck, just getting the knobs off the floor would probably make me more apt to leverage the variety of delay models (getting so old I hate bending over my pedal with a guitar slung around my back, so my DL4 pretty much stays on the looper setting).
Anyone notice the Filter Pro Models that they're mimicing?  Specifically: "Electrix Filter Factory".  Already a classic...
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 9:17 PM
Subject: Re: New Line6 delay/looper

Cool, but no digital I/O?  Besides the extra RAM on the delay modeler, doesn't look that much better than the floor models.  MIDI is nice, but it's no deal maker...
Unit Circle Media
----- Original Message -----
From: Tardy
Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 2:46 PM
Subject: New Line6 delay/looper

For those interested, the new "Pro" rackmount versions of the Line6 modeler pedals were announced today at NAMM in Nashville.  Looks like the new "Echo Pro" will have a 60 second loop sampler.  http://www.line6.com/Main/The_Buzz/Hot_News/StudioModelerRollout/StudioModelersmain.htm
No details yet as to how the start/stop/overdub/etc features can be acessed.