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Re: DL4 question
Are you running really hot pickups, that might be overloading the dl-4?
That's about the only thing i would guess, unless the unit is faulty. My
unit is clean, clean, clean. As for when you are adjusting the feedback
and regen, you might notice a 'zipper' sound if you move the knob too fast,
since we are dealing with a 'software' modeled delay.
If you are using a guitar with active pickups, maybe try a passive guitar.
If it still breaks up, call line6...
At 07:11 AM 2/18/00 -0500, you wrote:
>I've had my DL4 for a couple of weeks now and have noticed that it seems
>to feedback and distort very easily (especially when adjusting the
>feedback and regen). This is especially true on the sweep echo and tape
>echo settings (a slight adjustment and the signal goes over the top and
>breaks-up). This happens whether the DL4 is late in the effects chain
>or the only stop between the guitar and the amp.
>I'm not sure if that's just the nature of the effects, or if there's
>something wrong here. It just seems way too easy to make some truly
>terrible noise quickly. It also seems like using an expression pedal
>would be very difficult to control without creating the same damaged
>noise (not a good thing this time). Has anyone had any similar