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Line 6 M9 multi-effects pedal for electric - £209 @ Gear4music
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Line 6 M9 multi-effects pedal for electric - £209 @ Gear4music

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Posted 9th Feb

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Price includes free delivery and 2-year warranty.

  • Access an array of quality effects, from chorus to distortion
  • Craft your sound using up to three effects simultaneously
  • Create your own backing with onboard looper
  • Everything you need in a single pedal

Your treasure trove of effects. The Line 6 M9 Multi-Effects Pedal gives you the ability to add tonnes of different voicings to your riffs at the push of a button. Be it atmospheric reverb, singing chorus, pristine modulation, pummelling distortion, or anything else, you can evolve your tone and make it the best it's ever been. And there's a built-in looper for creating your very own backing tracks.

Tweak to perfection. Using the control dials, you can make sure that each effect sounds just the way you want it - and you can save your favoured settings with ease. Perfect for gigs, this pedal can act as your entire pedalboard, and you'll be able to try out an endless array of different effects combinations. Boasting a simple interface and layout, it's guaranteed to have you
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Unless this is a revised unit, this was first released in 2009! So whilst it seems cheap, things have moved on considerably since then in terms of guitar modelling, so worth looking around.
fishmaster09/02/2020 23:25

Unless this is a revised unit, this was first released in 2009! So whilst …Unless this is a revised unit, this was first released in 2009! So whilst it seems cheap, things have moved on considerably since then in terms of guitar modelling, so worth looking around.


Software has had many updates since. Not sure whether the hardware has or not, but it's a very popular selling unit
kerbdog09/02/2020 23:43

Software has had many updates since. Not sure whether the hardware has or …Software has had many updates since. Not sure whether the hardware has or not, but it's a very popular selling unit


I guess it's good enough for small gigs etc. The Line 6 HX Stomp is much better but £399 and includes the effects from this unit and Helix units. Still it's a lot more to pay but worth stretching to.
fishmaster09/02/2020 23:47

I guess it's good enough for small gigs etc. The Line 6 HX Stomp is much …I guess it's good enough for small gigs etc. The Line 6 HX Stomp is much better but £399 and includes the effects from this unit and Helix units. Still it's a lot more to pay but worth stretching to.


This. Plus the POD GO is out next month, for slightly less than the HX Stomp, with the same amp models & effects, with the added bonus of having more footswitches and an expression pedal.
This is a great fx unit for anyone looking, it has no amp modelling its pure fx, i know many pro musicians use the M series and continue to , if it aint broke why fix it? :P
fishmaster09/02/2020 23:25

Unless this is a revised unit, this was first released in 2009! So whilst …Unless this is a revised unit, this was first released in 2009! So whilst it seems cheap, things have moved on considerably since then in terms of guitar modelling, so worth looking around.

Flynn_Lives10/02/2020 08:49

This. Plus the POD GO is out next month, for slightly less than the HX …This. Plus the POD GO is out next month, for slightly less than the HX Stomp, with the same amp models & effects, with the added bonus of having more footswitches and an expression pedal.



I had a look at the POD GO, it doesn't have all the outputs and routing of the HX Stomp, still a good pedal but for a different application. Personally I wouldn't be playing live so I'd get the HX Stomp and mess about with the sounds etc.
Morve10/02/2020 19:10

This is a great fx unit for anyone looking, it has no amp modelling its …This is a great fx unit for anyone looking, it has no amp modelling its pure fx, i know many pro musicians use the M series and continue to , if it aint broke why fix it? :P



It's definitely using modelling. "Line 6 packed in all the effects from their classic Stompbox Modeler series"
fishmaster10/02/2020 19:33

It's definitely using modelling. "Line 6 packed in all the effects from …It's definitely using modelling. "Line 6 packed in all the effects from their classic Stompbox Modeler series"


No amp modelling, just FX I've owned several, the delay effects in the unit are the same as the dl4 which everybody used
Morve10/02/2020 19:47

No amp modelling, just FX I've owned several, the delay effects in …No amp modelling, just FX I've owned several, the delay effects in the unit are the same as the dl4 which everybody used


I was being pedantic
fishmaster10/02/2020 19:30

I had a look at the POD GO, it doesn't have all the outputs and routing of …I had a look at the POD GO, it doesn't have all the outputs and routing of the HX Stomp, still a good pedal but for a different application. Personally I wouldn't be playing live so I'd get the HX Stomp and mess about with the sounds etc.


The Go has almost the same outputs as the Stomp, but not the routing as you can't create 2 different paths like you can on the Stomp. One bonus it does have is the Amp Out, which would allow you to go straight to a Power Amp without the Cab/IR simulation, while still using the sim on the main XLR outputs (which I have to do a 2nd path on the Stomp for )

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Edited by: "Flynn_Lives" 11th Feb
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