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Echo Park, Delay/Echo/Phrase Sampler für Gitarre from Line 6 in the ToneCore Pedals series.


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Line 6 Echo Park tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Line 6
  • Model:Echo Park
  • Series:ToneCore Pedals
  • Category:Delays/Echos/Phrase Sampler für Gitarren
  • Added in our database on:18/10/2004

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Produktbewertungen Line 6 Echo Park

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 2 reviews67 %
phraseland05/10/2009

Produktbewertung von phraseland

Line 6 Echo Park
Von Mitglied jacqn
(aus dem Französischen übersetzt)

Sehr einfach einzusetzen. Anfangs dachte ich noch, dass ich die Bedienungsanleitung studieren müsste, doch alles war dann wirklich sehr intuitiv.

ANWENDUNG

Mir gefällt speziell die Tap Tempo Funktion, die auch blinkt, wenn der Effekt nicht aktiv ist (sehr gute Idee!).

KLANG

Wirklich exzellent. Ich verwende fast ausschliesslich die Analog und Tape Modi.
Wenn der Effekt eingeschaltet ist und man an den Reglern dreht, dann verhält es sich wie ein Tape Echo (lustig, aber verwirrend).

GESAMTEINDRUCK

Ich habe mein altes Pearl Tape Echo im Jahre 2000 verkauft und gedacht, ich würde nie mehr Gitarre spielen.
Aber ich habe wieder angefangen und mir hat sehr schnell ein Echo/Delay Effekt gefehlt.

Ich habe dieses Echopark Pedal gekauft, nachdem ich User Reviews über fast jedes zahlbare Produkt gelesen habe:

- Drei unterschiedliche Effekttypen...speziell die sehr schöne Tape Emulation
- Integrierte Tap Tempo Funktion
- Mehrere Einstellungen

Ich bin überhaupt nicht enttäuscht...es ist ein wirklich exzellentes Produkt!
Ich kann es deshalb nur empfehlen.
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ericthegreat21/12/2011

Produktbewertung von ericthegreat (content in English)"two different delays!"

Line 6 Echo Park
This thing has two types of delay (digital delay and a tape echo simulator)with tap tempo and doubles as a phrase sampler. This is a digital effect.
There is no editing except with the knobs and buttons on the device. As for connections, its all 1/4". There is one in, and five out. It is not set up to be rackmounted.


UTILIZATION

The sampling section did throw me a little, but once you figure it out, its not to bad.
-Start recording by hitting the right switch.
-Stop recording and start looping the phrase by hitting the left switch.
-To overdub, hit the right switch again.
-And to stop playback, hit the left again.
May sound confusing, and it does screw me up sometimes. In reality, I rarely use this section of the pedal.
As for editing, the delay side, its 6 knobs and 1 switch, pretty easy. I explained the loop side above.
The manual will guide you through most if not all your questions.


SOUND QUALITY

I use the normal delay the most and I love it. Nice and clear delay. It sounds great and with the tap tempo, its all I could ask for. I don't use the tape echo as often, but it sounds good also. They did a good job capturing the analog feel. The loop function i use only when I am practicing and come up with a quick idea. I have a roland rc-50 for all my live looping needs. I use this as the last effect in my Rhodes Piano/guitar effect chain. The normal delay is what I prefer.



OVERALL OPINION

I have been using this pedal for 6 months. The best thing for me is the built in tap tempo feature. Every digital delay pedal should have one. I own a Boss dd5. This thing sounds way better, and I got mine for only $100. They usually go around $125, which is still not bad. In the end, I am saving up for Diamonds Memory lane analog delay with tap tempo, which is probably the greatest delay pedal of all time. Its just like $500, so I will happily hang on to my Line 6 Echo Park . even when I do get the Diamond. Because most people like myself can't afford $500 on a delay pedal, I would totally buy this again.


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moosers09/01/2010

Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)

Line 6 Echo Park
The Line 6 Echo Park is a compact delay pedal, similar in sound to the DL4 without the looper.  The pedal is a digital one, with standard 1/4 inch connections.  It is powered by either a nine volt power supply or battery and isn't rackable as it is a stomp box.

UTILIZATION

In terms of parameters, the Line 6 Echo Park has a good amount of them to offer up.  You've got knobs for mix, repeat, time, modulation, and mode, which there are 11 of them to choose from, including the tempo tapping options.  There is also a switch for choosing between either tape, digital, or analog, as well as turning trails on or off.  If you're familiar at all with the Line 6 DL4, you can see that it has some similarities in terms of parameters, and I really view this as compact version of that pedal.  I've never had a need for a manual so I can't really say anything about it.


SOUND QUALITY

I have used the Line 6 Echo Park with a Fender Telecaster and a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp, so I got a good read on what the pedal actually sounds like.  While the effects are definitely more than useful and are versatile, they do come off a bit too digitally enhanced sounding for my taste.  Having said this, I feel that most users will find the sounds to be more than adequate as they are generally pretty clean sounding.  I just look for a bit of warmth with my delay sounds.  While I haven't had extensive use with Echo Park as I have with other delay pedals, I feel I've used it enough to know that it isn't my favorite delay pedal as far as tone goes.


OVERALL OPINION

For those looking for a compact digital delay pedal, the Line 6 Echo Park will definitely do the job.  However, for those of us who are looking for a warmer and more vibey sounding delay pedal, this probably isn't the best choice.  The price is definitely reasonable, which is a main reason that I think most users will find this to be an attractive option.  If you're looking for versatility, Echo Park definitely offers that, but only through a digital means.  While Line 6's Echo Park wouldn't be my go to option for a delay pedal, for those looking for a budget delay pedal with versatility, I'd recommend giving this pedal a shot.
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