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Line 6 DL4 Stompbox Delay Modeler

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  • 3 programmable presets and on-board Tap Tempo
  • True Bypass switching, so your direct tone is exactly that; direct from your guitar to your amp
  • Expression Pedal Input - for real time control of all effect settings
  • DL4 runs in discrete stereo, both inputs and outputs, so Left stays left and Right stays right. (Loop Sampler sums signal to mono)
  • Runs from batteries or optional power adapter.
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Line 6 DL4 Stompbox Delay Modeler + Line 6 PX-2 Power Supply + Planet Waves Classic Series Instrument Cable with Right Angle Plug, 0.5 feet (3-pack)
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Product Description

The DL4 Delay Modeler offers you an incredible array of sounds, from a tube driven, tape loop echo (complete with adjustable wow and flutter), through 24 bit squeaky clean digital echo, to real-time reverse delay. Not only that, but you've got complete programmable control over all aspects of the sound in the studio and on the stage. Incredibly simple to use, it's an amazingly powerful tool offering you delay effects never before available in a single box. The DL4's digital modeling based on 15 of those vintage delay and echo effects you've always yearned for, and the Loop Sampler includes 14 seconds of memory + 800ms of Pre-delay (sort of a delay within a delay), and features half speed and/or reverse overdubbing, and more...

Product Details

Manual [PDF]| Product Manual [1.84mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 2.5 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002CZVKK
  • Item model number: 99 DL 4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,808 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Reviews

It is versatile and sounds great.
Joseph Rogero
I'm not going to get too much into what this pedal can do other than say it will satisfy all of your delay needs.
Transfigured Knight
I am still learning how to use this device but so far I get some really interesting sounds out of it.
Bill

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Transfigured Knight on June 25, 2008
The Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler, which debuted in 1999, has been a mainstay in my effects lineup since I bought it, which was in 2003. This pedal sounds beautiful.

I'm not going to get too much into what this pedal can do other than say it will satisfy all of your delay needs. All of the 16 delay settings sound super clean and they should since it's pure 24-bit.

Despite high praise of this product, it still retails for the same price: which is $249. I think this price is way too high considering it has been out for almost 10 years. I bought mine for $235.

What is also great about the DL4 is it can be used as a means to setup a two amplifier/stereo setting, which is one of the best things you can do for your sound I think.

When my pedal dies or if it ever does (my fingers are crossed right now), I'm going to be replacing it, because I can't live without it. I have been playing the guitar for 18 years, so I have many years of experience with effects pedals.

I knew this pedal was the one for me when I walked into a Guitar Center with hopes to try it out and see how I liked it. The salesman hooked me up and showed me a few things about it, which I still can't remember, and he finally talked about the looping function and this was my initial introduction to looping. I played a short melodic chord progression and then I overdubbed and stacked more chords on top of this progression and BAM! There it was, the sound I was looking for my entire life!

This experience has been a revelation to me and has sent me on many sonic adventures. If you do not own it, go down to your local guitar store and try it out and experience the sounds that have made the DL4 a classic.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Ben on April 21, 2011
I have owned two of these pedals and have played with them extensively on stage. I really loved the pedal initially, which is why I bought a second one after I had to sell the first one. There are a lot of great things about this pedal, but there are some annoying things about it too which made me decide to switch to a different delay pedal. This stompbox has a lot of different types of delays and you can get some really cool effects with it. I like being able to switch between three readily available presets, and the variety of delay effects is outstanding. The looper is a great bonus, and it's really fun to play around with.

Here are the reasons I'm switching to a different delay pedal: This pedal was not well designed. It has cheap spring switches which stop working when the pedal gets older depending on how much it is used. When professional musicians use this pedal they always replace the switches with better quality ones. Another impractical thing about it is its power requirements. If you only use two or three pedals you would be fine buying the $20 power supply, (it's a huge wall wart, and is still pretty expensive) or running it off of batteries, but this will run you quite a bit of money since it takes 4 C batteries. If you have a pedal board you probably won't power it with batteries, and it's odd power requirements make it a hassle to power with a power supply. It is going to cost you more for a power supply that can handle it, or for an adapter, or both. I've also heard that the power input stops working sometimes, so you can only use batteries. Also, a big selling point of this pedal is that it is true-bypass. Your guitar signal does go through even when the pedal isn't being powered, but for some reason it sucks the tone out of your guitar when you don't have a delay going.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Ratcliff on February 4, 2012
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This pedal has managed to become the one and only delay on my board due to its sheer girth and amazing versatility. The tone is very complementing to my desire for pristine cleans(as it does not break cause a lot of break up) and I love having the option of the tap tempo and 15 varieties of delays from vintage to modern. I returned the Boss DD20 which for me left a lot to be desired (due to its very flat sounds--many of the tones where indiscernible), for this wonder green pedal and so far I am quite satisfied. I noticed on the feed back that everyone loves the loop option--a very stunning feature!
Another issue that caught my attention was the controversy of this pedal is the charging requirements:12vAC (which is hard to get if you are running an all DC power brick). Many individuals say that they hate using the power supply or C batteries, well my answer to them is either 1) by the charger or 2) get a T-rex Chameleon fuel tank, (which has a 12vAC option and a special cable, designated for the Line 6 DL4 and many other Line 6 models. I know this is an expensive option but the T-rex chameleon fuel tank is very useful piece of equipment that will power most all of your effects which means you can kiss those boxes of batteries goodbye. It also helps kill the very annoying buzz that ensues when too many units are running at the same time through your signal).
The price is a bit steep but if you are like me--an individual after that tone that says "this is me," then don't be scared of the price tag!

p.s. I realize that I went off on a T-Rex chameleon tangent for a good half of this review, just passionate about both devices.
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