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Line 6 Flextone 412S
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Line 6 Flextone 412S

4x12 Guitar Cabinet from Line 6 belonging to the Flextone series

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Chris MartinsChris Martins

Line 6 Flextone 412SPublished on 12/10/03 at 07:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I have 2 years. It sounds like a hybrid of mesa and marshall ... dynamic and clean place with a big bass ed without exaggerating their volume. The ratio Q / P is really good.
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khronegonkhronegon

Line 6 Flextone 412SPublished on 08/20/08 at 07:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- I use it for a few days now. I played with a Harley Benton G212, with which I could compare. I use it with a JMP1, a Rocktron Velocity 100 Rocktron Xpression and a. (The G212 has sold t yesterday).

- I wanted a 412 for cheap drinking, and I was looking for the opportunity to ct a Marshall 1960a. I did not pass the "psychological barrier" of 300 but I did not dfonc a baffle. So I fall on the Line 6 Flextone II S 412.

- 320 watts into 2 ohms mono or 8
- 2 x 160 watts into 4 ohms or 16
- The HP are stamped "Line6 TubeTone".
Following a short exchange of mail with Line 6 Benelux, HP are manufactured by Eminence, which does not tell us much in the background.
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- I use it for a few days now. I played with a Harley Benton G212, with which I could compare. I use it with a JMP1, a Rocktron Velocity 100 Rocktron Xpression and a. (The G212 has sold t yesterday).

- I wanted a 412 for cheap drinking, and I was looking for the opportunity to ct a Marshall 1960a. I did not pass the "psychological barrier" of 300 but I did not dfonc a baffle. So I fall on the Line 6 Flextone II S 412.

- 320 watts into 2 ohms mono or 8
- 2 x 160 watts into 4 ohms or 16
- The HP are stamped "Line6 TubeTone".
Following a short exchange of mail with Line 6 Benelux, HP are manufactured by Eminence, which does not tell us much in the background.
Line 6 international arpond not ...



This is what I gleaned as information about the speaker in "scratching" on the internet and my own by listening ...
- Look "Classic British."
- Grips and reinforced corners in metal.
- Removable wheels, really beefy (the Systm is well thought out.
- Building "Baltic birch" (as against to single plated) of 18 mm.
- 39.3 kg (with wheels ;-))
- The bnisterie is completely correct (the same level as other bcp good speaker), without being high-end (do not push it either).

compared to the G212 Harley Benton (if I find better, I would do a comparison):

The sound coming out of the Flextone is much heavier, I guess the bass and are better mdiums restitus by HP. It is also more "arquot, the G212.

The sounds are clean particulirement Bonnifait the Flextone, which is much more warm and musical.

It is less comfortable against the G212 in the high (more Dfine I think the G212), which I do not drang than a. Large distos "honeycomb" went better on the G212 IMHO (compared to acute).

I do not have more than a drang, for my config (JMP 1) does not lend itself to any fawn not sure what kind of exercise.

The Flextone sounds also much stronger than the G212, I dduis that the Hp Flextone have a more performance lev. (It's pretty impressive not to put everything on the account of the number of HP).

The Flextone II is much better that I play, so I sold the G212. N'enlve nothing but quality of G212 (THE FIRST remaining Obviously the price).
- I got it for 250 in excellent state (only a few scratches on the corners of reinforcements), so excellent price quality ratio. We do not pay brand recess.

- When I have more of experience, I complterai my opinion.

8 / 10:'m glad the box, the look, and much of HP. But as prciser can do better in the treble.
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  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: Flextone 412S
  • Series: Flextone
  • Category: 4x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 11/10/2003

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