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Originally posted by gatordoc

Well, it's perfectly logical:


A) Line 6 feels that the pedal sounds so damn good, why would you ever want to turn it off; and


B) By only being able to use ac, you'll never have to worry about it turning itself off.


See, everything makes sense.
:thu::freak:



They could have a new ad campaign with a hot chick and a caption saying "Im always turned on baby"

Then a pic of the pedal holding a door open.

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Originally posted by turtleheadblues



They could have a new ad campaign with a hot chick and a caption saying "Im always turned on baby"


Then a pic of the pedal holding a door open.




Line 6 should do an ad with Viagra - She's always turned on and he can't turn it off!:eek:;)

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Originally posted by SASQUATCH

I wouldn't pay $10 for a Line 6 product.


I could buy a cinder block for $2, and it would do effects just as reliably.

 

 

slow down there. sure the Crunch and Dr. Distro pedals are bull, but don't dismiss the whole line. the Verbzilla is quickly becoming the best reverb on the market, and the Echo Park has some great sounds.

 

so right don't you climb on down from your boo-teek high horse.

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Originally posted by turtleheadblues

So like an idiot I order one of the 34.99 Space Chorus Tonecores.....of course it only works with an adaptor and wont switch off no matter how hard i hit it.


GRRRRRR

 

Wack. Send it back.

 

I thought mine wouldn't turn off when I first tried it too. But I finally figured out how much foot pressure is required. If you just 'press' it, you're doing tap-tempo. You have to crunch it to turn it off. [shrug]

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Originally posted by turtleheadblues

In all fairness Ive had a ton of goodluck with Line 6 stuff in the past. Plus this was an openbox, I mean the guy that had it first could have plugged it into a car battery.

That's the lame thing about open box. They never seem to check to see if the item actually works before reselling it. If anything, they plugged it in, heard chorus sounds, and threw it back in the box.

 

The guy probably returned it because it wouldn't turn off and didn't work with a battery...

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