#1
So today I picked up a Line 6 FM4 as well as a $60 baritone ukelele.

I played with the Line 6 for a decent amount of time and found a few cool sounds, but I was wondering if any one had any tips on how to get the most out of this pedal.

Also, If you have any uke tips, I'll take those too.

Thanks,
Ketchup.
#4
doesnt the froosh have a fm-4 too?

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#6
i think that gets kinda annoying tbh...thats the song i skip most of the time listening to hyde park

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#7
Yeah, but it sounds cool on Slane, and also on another bootleg I have. I think on Slane he's also playing with it during that long ending to Give it Away.

Either way, that's not the reason I got it. :P

I've got three sounds that I'm really digging so far (digging enough to remember). A light envelope filter type sound, a totally wacked out ring mod octopus sound, and a cool flange type sound. It's fun to play with, but it's tough. What interesting is that a lot of the sounds give a volume boost, or at least seem to make the guitar a lot more dynamic sensitive. I guess that's why a lot of people say it works well with a compressor.
#8
nice! i guess ill have to go out and try one of these


i wonder why this isnt interesting anyone else...

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