- Boss DD-5
- Akai Headrush
- Boss OC-3
- Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler
- Line 6 FM4 Guitar Synthesis
- Marshall Vibratrem
- The Electro Harmonic Microsynth
- TurboRAT Distortion Pedal
- Buy Or Build A Pedalboard?
- Setting Up Your Pedalboard
- Boss Super Chorus CH-1
- Korg DT10 Tuner
- Marshall Bluesbreaker 2
- Nova Reverb NR1
- Boss SD1 Distortion Pedal
Sound Modelling With The Line 6 DL4
If you don’t have much of an idea about what sound modelling is all about then this lesson will open your eyes to the amazing soundscapes possible and specifically with the Line 6 DL4.
For many guitarists, sound modelling is a cloudy and perhaps mystical area. Most people just want the shrink wrapped sounds that come with the pedals they buy. Plug in and boom, you’re there. For those who are a little more inquisitive and are looking to play with sound textures, then this is definitely an area you should be looking into.
What Does The Lesson Cover?
Gary covers all the bases with regards to the settings, knobs and capabilities of the pedal. He shows how the pedal knobs change as different modes are used. As well as this, he demonstrates a wide range of sounds from the extensive list of possibilities the the effects box has within it. The main point to remember about this lesson which is nearly fourteen minutes in length is that this lesson covers just a small part of what is capable with this effects box.
CONSIDERING BUYING A Line 6 DL4?
This is a legacy pedal, but you can still pick one up on Ebay, so if you like the sound of this pedal, grab yourself a bargain!
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