|The Line 6 Echo Park comes with two inputs and outputs. While not true stereo, the unit allows for some interesting cross-recirculation and reprocessing possibilities.|
The soundclip illustrates two of the possibilities. It starts out with a short riff using the "reverse" program in the normal way. I have it panned 100% wet so you only hear the reverse. From there it switches to a re-echo whereby I plug into A, run A output back to B input, and send B output to the amp. You can hear a lovely shifting overlapping sound. Note as well that when you reverse what has already been reversed, you get it forwards again...sort of. Really interesting texture.
The second half of the sample illustrates the same once, then twice, processing of the "sweep" program. This is a program in the Echo Park that imposes a kind of wah sweep on each iteration. You'll hear it normally (again, 100% wet to emphasize the sweep), and then reprocessed. Note the lovely rhythmic emphasis feel to it. Also note that I have simply hit one note to produce all that.
Apologies for the buzzing. That's what you get when you record with single coils in front of a CRT monitor in a room with fluorescent lights. The fuzz is a Jack Orman Mos-Face; a variant of a Fuzz Face but with a mosfet transistor.