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Originally posted by alloowishus

no, for some reason line 6 has decided to stick with their own DC power supplies, fortunately i'm freeing up some space on my powerbar, but I wish they would have a way for chaining line 6 power supplies together or go with the standard. i think they just want to make some more bucks from their adaptors.
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My interest in anything Line 6 just evapourated again.:rolleyes:

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Originally posted by MrHuge

They should be at your local Line 6 dealer in the middle of October 2005!


Otto Filter $99.99


Dr. Distorto $99.99


Liqua-Flange $119.99


Roto-Machine $119.99


Verbzilla $149.99



Figures the one i want is the most expensive :rolleyes:

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Originally posted by EdgySwingsetAcid

So, a PP2 wont work with this thing?

 

 

 

Well, if look at some feedback at the Line6 site, it literally says that the PP2 will work with them. I've heard a lot about Tonecore pedals that had hum though. However, I'm not sure if that was the case with generic 9V adapters, or with the PP2. Anyone got any experience?

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Originally posted by cosmos




Well, if look at some feedback at the Line6 site, it literally says that the PP2 will work with them. I've heard a lot about Tonecore pedals that had hum though. However, I'm not sure if that was the case with generic 9V adapters, or with the PP2. Anyone got any experience?



I need to write a paragraph and save it as a file for these threads :)

I run 3 of the Tonecore pedals with a PP2. No hum, no hiss, no errors.

They use the normal Boss-style power jack and normal polarity (can't remember which way is normal right now, but yeah... that way)

YMMV! I bought them (Echo Pro, Tap Trem, Space Chorus) about 5 months ago, so the noise problem (Echo Pro is the only one I've heard complaints about?) may have been worked out in production (or I got a good one).

Hope that helps. (I have a problem with parethesis today)

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+10000

like the snare drum on every 80s record!

rotomachine or whatever sounds dead on tho. im getting one for this retro organ i have.. INSTANT leselie.


Originally posted by losergeek



that would require a time machine, i'm afraid.


i think that's often called "preverb."


I dig it too.

 

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Originally posted by UncleDig


They use the normal Boss-style power jack and normal polarity (can't remember which way is normal right now, but yeah... that way)


Really? That's good to know. Ban these unfoundered er, rumours.:o

The reverb clips do sound pretty damn interesting. I think I'm more of a verb fiend than a delay nut...tho' delay is nice too.:cool:

Look forward to some hard hitting reviews of this one.

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