Line 6 POD Go Guitar Effects Processor Pedalboard
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Line 6 POD Go Guitar Effects Processor Pedalboard

Line 6 packed 270+ of their best amp and effects models into this 5-pound floor POD. With its easy-to-use interface and color screen, you'll be good to GO!

Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler Pedal

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The Line 6 M9 puts a plethora of stompbox effects at your feet. With over 100 professional-sounding effects, the Line 6 M9 is practically a necessity.

The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler has the stunning stompbox sounds, old-school simplicity and vital portability you need in an all-in-one stompbox solution. Featuring over 100 famous modern and vintage effects, the M9 will change your sound.

Over 100 Effects

Choruses, reverbs, distortions... the Line 6 M9 can do it all. The M9 Stompbox Modeler boasts a fantastic model list that includes effects from some of the best-selling Line 6 pedals. With the M9, you'll have access to all the renowned models from the DL4, DM4, FM4, MM4, Verbzilla, Echo Pro and others.

3 FX Units In One

The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler is three effects units in one. With the M9, you can use up to 3 effects simultaneously, with another three available for easy swapping. The M9 offers total control over effect type and arrangement, so you can arrange your effects into whatever combination you prefer.

The Line 6 M9 allows users to set up their own stompbox arrangements, or "scenes", for easy access at whatever gig you're playing. Whether you're going prog or playing something a little bit country, you've got room, courtesy of the M9's 24 scene selections.

Stompbox Simple

The Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler is extremely easy to use, like any classic stompbox. You can tweak the M9's parameters easily, using the dedicated knobs. You don't have to worry about navigating save menus or poring over LCDs - when you turn the Line 6 M9 off, your settings are saved. The M9's bright LCD shows parameter names/values read more and the built-in chromatic tuner.

Built-In Looper

The Line 6 M9 doesn't just offer tonal possibilities - you also get a great songwriting tool with the M9's on-board looper. With a 28-second capacity, the Line 6 M9 has all the controls players would hope for. It's also able to be used in conjunction with the M9's FX Units.

In, Out & Through

The LIne 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler is well-equipped for any situation with its comprehensive array of inputs and outputs. You can place the M9 in your existing signal chain with its 1/4" mono/stereo ins and outs. for anything with its full arsenal of ins and outs. It's also got a pair of expression pedal jacks, to allow connection of any 1/4"-friendly expression pedal. The Line 6 M9 also has MIDI in/outs, for easy connection with MIDI controllers.

The Total Stompbox Experience

Boasting extremely rugged all-metal construction, the Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler is built to last under even the toughest on- and off-stage abuse. The M9's great stompbox tones, built-in tuner, and 28 second looper make in a mainstay in every user's rig.

-100+ stompbox effects; 3 at once with 3 more at the ready; full control over effect arrangement
-Create up to 24 pedal board scenes; Scenes back up to your computer via MIDI in/out
-28-second looper with dedicated footswitches for Record/Overdub, Play/Stop, Play Once, Undo/Redo, Half Speed and Reverse
- Universal Tap Tempo syncs all time-based FX
- MIDI control system compatibility
- Built-in chromatic tuner
- Plenty of ins and outs; 1/4" mono/stereo inputs and outputs; Two 1/4" expression pedal jacks; MIDI in and out
- True analog bypass or DSP bypass
- Heavy-duty metal chassis and footswitches built for on-stage abuse
- AC power adapter included

Version 2.0

The M9 Stompbox modeler with Version 2.0 Update is now shipping, adding extra models and features to make your M9 rock even harder.

- Relative mode
- Heel/Toe pixels to show you where the expression pedal is
- Sync to Midi beat clock
- Re-sync LFOs
- 4 folders of 6 scenes each (total of 24 scenes) Also accessible via Midi
- Control the Looper via midi without the M9 going into looper mode
- Dim OFF

Models added with Version 2.0:
Bass Octaver
5 EQs and 8 Wahs
Smart Harmony
Pitch Glide
Particle Verb - Line 6 original
Pattern Tremolo
Script Phaser
AC Flanger Bucket Brigade chip modeled
80A Flanger same
Frequency Shifter Line 6 original

M9's shipped without Version 2.0 can be updated by download at line6.com
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- Over 100 stompbox effects
- Run up to 3 effects simultaneously (with 3 more on deck)
- Dedicated knobs control each effect parameter
- Create up to 24 pedal board scenes.
- Universal tap tempo syncs all your time-based effects
- 28-second looper with dedicated footswitches (Record/Overdub, Play/Stop, Play Once, Undo/Redo, Half Speed, Reverse)
- Built-in chromatic tuner
- MIDI in/out
- 1/4" mono or stereo inputs
- 1/4" mono or stereo outputs
- Two 1/4" expression pedal jacks
- True Analog Bypass or DSP Bypass
- Heavy-duty all-metal chassis and footswitches
- Included AC power adapter
- Dimensions: 10.5"W X 2.4"H x 6.5"D - 3lbs.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 818-575-3600

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (18 ratings)
Submitted April 4, 2011 by a customer from juno.com
"Coolest thing I've gotten in the last couple of years."
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Overall, this thing is great. Out of all of the gear that I've gotten in the last couple of years, this is my favorite. It's small enough to fit in my guitar gig-bag, heavy duty enough to not worry about gigging with it and sounds great. I can plug it into my main rig, or if I'm sitting in with a band or going to a jam session, as long as I have a decent clean amp to plug into, I get my sounds. I just show up with one guitar gig bag with my trusty PRS and this and I'm set. Don't pay attention to the L6 haters...some people can't get past their preconceptions. Is everything L6 makes great? No, but neither is Boss, MXR, EH etc., etc.

Sound
The M9 sounds great. There are so many effects to choose from that, IMO it would be hard for anyone not to find effects combinations that work for them. I like it simple so my main "scene" is: A1 MXR comp, B1 Uvibe A2 Heavy Dist, B2 Tube Dist A3 Tube delay, B3 63 spring I can cover a lot of ground with this simple scene.

Features
I like the simplicity of the M9. That's probably the best feature. Like the M13, it's just as easy to tweak the effects as individual stomp boxes. No saving, no multiple menus to navigate. VERY intuitive. I like the global noise gate too. Great little addition so you don't have to use up an effect with a gate. Probably the only thing that I would have liked is an effects loop. Would be nice to run this using the 4 cable method, but since I'm mainly read more using a clean amp and distorting from the M9, it's not much of an issue. If you want to be able to run comps, distortions and the like in the front of the amp and have your delays, reverbs etc through your amp's effects loop, get the M13. You can do the 4CM with that one.

Ease of Use
For a multi effects unit, it has to be the easiest one to use out there. The only one that's easier would be the M13 since it has one screen per effects unit vs one screen for the whole thing on the M9...that hasn't been an issue for me.

Quality
Nice heavy duty casing. I took off one point because I'm not a fan of the foot switches that L6 uses. So far they seem fine, but I wonder how many years of stomps they will handle. Also, the knobs to tweak the effects seem a little on the cheap side. I'm not hard on them, but it wouldn't take much to snap one off.

Value
If I were to purchase the actual effects just for the 6 that I use in my main setup, the M9 is much cheaper right away. 100+ effects, most of which I'll probably not use, but is there just in case. It really is worth the price IMO.

Manufacturer Support
Never called support for this unit, but have dealt with L6 support before and they've always been very helpful to me.

The Wow Factor
I like the fact that it's black and unassuming. Hate the look of those bright colors Boss uses on their multi effects units. Makes them look cheap. Is it sexy? Who cares, it sounds good...that's all that matters.

Musical Background:
Active Musician

Musical Style:
Rock, Alternative, Jazz
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