Line 6 DL4 Delay Modeler Reviews4.0/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
The DL4 Delay Modeler is my go-to delay processor for guitar. I can get just about any sound I want out of it. Combine it with an EX-1 and you have unlimited sonic possibilities.
The Line 6 DL4 is a staple in modern rockabilly music these days. If you don't have one you're missing out on one of the best tape delay emulations.
May 29, 2012Music Background:
playing in band my while life just about. metal,progressive etc
great pedalDid exactly as it said. No extra feedback or noise, almost all effects it offers are legit. Tried many others and once I got this....the shopping was over. Would take over boss etc all day believe it or not
from west Texas
January 4, 2013Music Background:
Hobbyist of 40 years
DL 4Pretty cool device. I have a Line 6 distortion modeler and have been very impressed ... Actually , it is the only distortion device I now use. So... The delay modeler.... Is.... Well... Even better.... Love it!
I especially like the reverse mode.... Way cool... Now I can enjoy playing Hendrix's "Are you experienced".... This device sounds just as good with either single coil or humbuckers..... No complaints here.... All praise ...
from United States
April 17, 2013Music Background:
Still some Mysteries about this pedalFirst off, I'm a bass player.. Okay, those of you who are left... This pedal is cool but I have a hard time getting to the sounds I'm looking for. Once there, it's great, but I usually have to do a lot of fiddling with the knobs. Tweak and Tweeze both act differently depending on the model you choose, so don't throw away those stickers that come in the box.
Looping with it is great! However, you can't erase your last loop like you can on most real Looper pedals. It is still the easiest looper I've used.
from NJ, USA
April 27, 2011Music Background:
Great Delay unit, improved now in the line 6 m5This is a great delay unit, but times have changed and new products are available by line 6. If you are looking for the same delays, consider the line 6 m5 - where you get all those delay types, better functionality (able to set particular note value delays, yes dotted eigth delays!), and 24 save presets. You also get 80+ other effects from the other line 6 stompbox modelers and verbzilla. The only things the dl4 offers, that are not available on the m5, is the looper and its massive hulk like appearance.
from Boca Raton, FL
December 10, 2010Music Background:
Muscian, Worship Leader
Great delays, bad lay outYou cannot beat the vintage delays you get from this thing. The problem is that it is very difficult to use live with modern music. Tap tempo doesn't cut it when you need to dial in 16th note delay and the song starts in 5 seconds. Also when you turn the delay off it doesn't save your last tapped tempo, so if you turn the delay off in a song and then turn it back on, you will have to re tap it (unless it was one of your 3 presets). Great pedal, just not the right one for me.