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Line 6 announces the availability of the BackTrack, a pocket-size recorder aimed at guitarists.


According to Line 6, the BackTrack insures that your licks, riffs and songs will always be captured. Sitting with you and your guitar, this simple and sleek device is always listening and automatically recording each and every of your musical ideas.

You never even need to press record, as the BackTrack captures audio whenever it hears you play and can capture up to 12 hours of audio.

A “Mark” button allows you to to mark an idea as special so as to come back to it easily afterwards. Featuring a 1/4-inch output, the BackTrack allows for easy instant reviewing of both marked and non-marked ideas.

Saved as .WAV files to a rugged and reliable built-in 1-GB flash memory, the captured audio is easily transferred to a computer via USB 2.0 for storage or further recording, editing or mixing. Plus, the USB connection can be used to recharge the BackTrack to its full battery capacity of over 8 hours.

Featuring a classic and low-profile look, the BackTrack is available in two versions, with or without a microphone, both versions being announced as small and light. Box includes BackTrack and USB cable.

BackTrack £76.38 MSRP (inc VAT)
BackTrack + Mic £116.33 MSRP (inc VAT)

Features for the BackTrack+Mic:
  • Automatically capture musical ideas
  • Instant replay and review
  • Up to 24-bit/48 kHz audio
  • Up to 24 hours of audio capture (12 hours for the non-Mic version)
  • Microphone with automatic gain control; 1/4-inch input; 1/4-inch output; 1/8-inch headphone/line out
  • Easy .WAV file transfer to your computer via USB 2.0 for storage or further recording, editing or mixing
  • Rechargeable battery via USB; over 8 hours of battery life
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