Line 6 pedal range is hugely popular!
Line 6 launched their first digitally modeled electric guitar amp back in 1996, it was called the AxSys 212 and made a lot of heads turn in the guitar world.
With the launch of the now legendary Pod the company grew rapidly and by the millennium they were a major player in a market they pretty much created themselves.
Since then Line 6 have developed the Pod and their amps into all sorts of variations, sizes and specs.
Today Line 6 produce amps, preamps, effect pedals, audio interfaces and even digital guitars with the Variax.
Line 6 Pod
Without a doubt it is the Pod that has been Line 6 biggest success. By the millennium it was difficult to meet a guitarist that didn’t own one.
Many pro guitarist even use it as they’re only device live, simply feeding the signal back through monitors for onstage use.
This might not be the best solution but to have one of these in the gig bag as a backup should be compulsory.
The world of digital amplification has come a long way since the first Pod. These days Line 6 carry a huge product range!
Line 6 DL4
Initially intended for the guitar market the DL4 sold very well to keyboard players, singers and studios.
The unit has modeled different delay pedals, but its main appeal was the loop function.
At the time of the launch, few affordable loop pedals were available.
Many solo performers embraced this function and there was a time when everybody bought this pedal.
These days the market s flooded with loop pedals.
As Guru had another London gig with Will and The People he met Jamie Woon who certainly knew how to use the DL4, for vocals!