Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler mkII Pedal

Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler mkII Pedal - Front
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Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler mkII Pedal - Angle 2
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Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler mkII Pedal

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Product Overview

The Line 6 DL4 MkII honors the legacy of it's original model by including every one of those original sounds and features, and retaining the same knob and footswitch layout, so there's no need for DL4 users to learn any new moves -- but the DL4 MkII also introduces many new sounds and features that bring it fully into the 21st century. The 15 MkII delays were drawn from the Line 6 HX family of amp and effects processors and include Line 6 originals such as Harmony Delay, Pitch Echo, Euclidian Delay, Glitch Delay and ADT tape delay, as well as 4-Switch and 1-Switch loopers with up to 240 seconds of record time, expandable to several hours using an optional microSD card.

The DL4 MkII also features an XLR dynamic microphone input for vocal processing and looping; MIDI capabilities such as real time parameter control and preset selection (up to 128) via its MIDI In and Out/Thru DIN connectors; four heavy duty footswitches with colored halo rings; and switchable true, buffered, or DSP bypass. There's also a jack for connecting an optional expression pedal (automatically assigned to the Delay Time, Repeat, Tweak, Tweez, or Mix controls) or two assignable external footswitches.

Finally, although the DL4 MkII does everything that the original DL4 does (other than run on batteries), plus so much more, it is considerably smaller and lighter, making it an even more appealing choice for modern musicians of all types.

Features

  • Identical knob and footswitch layout as the original DL4
  • 30 Delay options: 15 new MkII plus 15 Legacy DL4
  • 2 Loopers mono/stereo and pre/post signal path options
  • Up to 240 seconds of looping time, or several hours with optional microSD card
  • XLR dynamic microphone input for vocal processing and looping
  • MIDI In, Out/Thru DIN connectors receives PC and CC messages
  • 128 Presets via MIDI, with footswitch control of up to six
  • Switchable true, buffered, or DSP bypass
  • Input for optional expression pedal or two additional footswitches

Fans of the original DL4 delay pedal will find all of their favorite sounds exactly where they expect them to be, with the same Tweak and Tweez control parameter assignments they've become accustomed to. The 15 new MkII delays were drawn from the HX family of amp and effects processors, and include both more recent versions of classic effects and cutting-edge Line 6 originals such as the super-vibey Glitch Delay.

The DL4 MkII features a simple 1-Switch looper in addition to a classic 4-Switch looper, both of which provide up to 240 seconds of recording time. By inserting an optional microSD card into the slot on the rear of the pedal, recording time may be extended up to several hours and a loop may be stored across power cycles. The loopers operate in either mono or stereo, and may be positioned in the signal chain before or after other effects.

It's no secret that the DL4 has been used for processing and looping by lots of people besides guitarists, including vocalists and others who capture their performance with a microphone. Now, dynamic microphones can be plugged directly into the pedal's XLR Mic input, eliminating the need for converter cables, mixers, or other external devices.


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