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Line 6 DT25 112

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 belonging to the DT series

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liopes56liopes56

Very good amp signed Bogner

Line 6 DT25 112Published on 11/15/14 at 02:59
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1x112 combo 25W lamps 2ch, reverb per channel, 4 types of amp simulation channel, class A or A / B setting, pentode or triode, half or full power, midi connection, indeed, footswitchable channel loop / reverb, everything is short.

preamp and tube amp simulation and signed Bogner signed line6 objectively the best of the genre in my opinion.
Wholesale 4 types per channel amp or 8 different amp in the box, besides directory you can play on the class of the amp, pentode or triode, half or full power that could one ask for more ??

I said that we can change the amp presets via a midi interface and searching the web

UTILIZATION

Configuration closer to a 2-channel tube amp unless you...…
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1x112 combo 25W lamps 2ch, reverb per channel, 4 types of amp simulation channel, class A or A / B setting, pentode or triode, half or full power, midi connection, indeed, footswitchable channel loop / reverb, everything is short.

preamp and tube amp simulation and signed Bogner signed line6 objectively the best of the genre in my opinion.
Wholesale 4 types per channel amp or 8 different amp in the box, besides directory you can play on the class of the amp, pentode or triode, half or full power that could one ask for more ??

I said that we can change the amp presets via a midi interface and searching the web

UTILIZATION

Configuration closer to a 2-channel tube amp unless you have a lot more opportunity as usual Line 6.
It is simple and effective, it sounds, and not ashamed to face the Vox AC30, Fender Twin Reverb, Vox Night Train ... from clean to insane saturations.
the manual is not necessary except for those who want to set new amp models.
If you can not find his "sound" either you are deaf, or in bad faith.

SOUNDS

Perfect for my style of music, from rock to Elvis ZZtop.
2 channels and a clean saturated, no effect, but a boost in GE30 used in the effects loop for solos.
Again simple and effective

OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2 years, in parallel with a spider valve (a priori more complex but also integrating multiple effects) and a Blackstar HT20
I miss in my tests the amp mesa boogie, orange ... so must see face to face.

It comes out everywhere, and repeats on stage (included in the PA)

I love its simplicity, its fat (I Cab 112 more) it has the "mouth" and he knows it open.
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cricro18cricro18

Excellent! I love it!

Line 6 DT25 112Published on 11/14/13 at 11:52
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Easy setup, no need for manual, except for the set with a pod HD
but you can always download it from the site.
Very easy to use it is a treat, the features are well thought
and are very intuitive, and it offers an impressive range of sounds.
DT25 offers two independent channels with a selector
2 positions (or footswitch) to help you prepare
presets and solo lead with a égualiseur
3 bands + presence + + reverb drive.
The receiver also offers a "Low Volume" mode
to keep the typical sound with less volume.
Ideal for playing in apartment
A lower volume modeling technology takes over
to provide a sound character in sufficient distortion.
Question connectivity, it...…
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Easy setup, no need for manual, except for the set with a pod HD
but you can always download it from the site.
Very easy to use it is a treat, the features are well thought
and are very intuitive, and it offers an impressive range of sounds.
DT25 offers two independent channels with a selector
2 positions (or footswitch) to help you prepare
presets and solo lead with a égualiseur
3 bands + presence + + reverb drive.
The receiver also offers a "Low Volume" mode
to keep the typical sound with less volume.
Ideal for playing in apartment
A lower volume modeling technology takes over
to provide a sound character in sufficient distortion.
Question connectivity, it lacks nothing in the DT25!
Switching capacity: 25 or 10 Watt
Preamplifier lamp: 1 x 12AX7
Lamps amplifier: 2 x EL34
1 speaker 12 "Custom Celestion G12H90
Types Voicing and Bias: Adjustable (cathode or fixed)
Type I (California Clean), type II (Crunchy British Feel), type III (Chimney Brit Feel), type IV (Higher Gain)
In short:
- Fender (American clean)
- Marshall (British Crunch)
- Vox (Class A Shime)
- Mesa Boogie (Modern High-Gain)
HD modeling
Pedals compatible via L6 LINK: POD HD3/4/500.

UTILIZATION

I love the fact of playing on a real tube amp and at the same time switch
between a Fender, a Marshall, a vox or a mesa boogie!
Nothing to say about the reverb is the premium it is beautiful!
In terms of style I play pure blues (the albert king through the Gary Moore
of Hendrix, AC / DC ...) to good rock and punchy well as the Blue Bossa well on!
A very good versatility, nothing to do with a fender hot rod deluxe
or Blackstar HT-20 (including the lack of fast definition)
and even a Peavy classic 30 has a nice clear sound, but the lead is very drafts.
To know that this amp cash fine TS9 style pedals, boss db2, wampler ...
(Waiting for the HD 500)
Very solid and very qualitative aspect, the finish is exemplary for an amp of this price.

SOUNDS

Another time the clean sound is a treat!
I use two guitars and a Strat Deluxe us a Gibson les paul standard, hum!
the sounds are very clean and clear, the guitar fit perfectly in the mix
and the bass is always delicious.
In rehearsal, I'm always surprised by the sound reproduction!
In concert, even without transplanting is a treat! for a great scene just an XLR cable
Direct output to the simulation out with HP (and it's high-end, nothing to do with the pseudo outputs found on many amps that we never use so they sound horrible, you see what I mean!)
-In the studio you would have realized there is nothing to say it's perfect!
Warning, this is a very powerful amp, it covers without the bitterest drummers problem! especially not rely on its 25 Watts!
it sends heavy and as rooms can easily happen PA
So the DT50 did that may interest
as if the scene is too large it is automatically picked up by the sound.
-At home I'm in heaven, simply activate the output "low volume" and is about 10 watts while keeping the power and sound definition, the neighbors are happy.
10 watts in the loss of definition is very minimal, my strat still breathing while on a blackstar I can remember was that the attenuator can only interest, loss of definition too large.
I tried it with a pod HD and it's really surprising,
nothing to do with a FRFR system or a sound!
It's a real guitar amp very respectable, it is well above
of 21 tech and others.
This is the best system that have a pod hd and want to amplify it!
And purists fender vox of marshalls or mesa boogie will not be lost!
(Just the guitar and amp, and with a slight reverb sounds mythical 4,
this is Nirvana)

OVERALL OPINION

In a few months I think I have a Pod HD 500 to be freer and better manage the DT 25, and I need some effects notament a delay, and chorus.
With a pod HD and DT 25 is not far from being a very versatile perfect gear without being bulky!
HD pod am interested to take advantage of all the amp sims and some effects, even if I need a little (one clear, crunch and lead in lead marshall and super modern home for mesa boogie d other styles, the distortions are formidable efficiency. anything wrong!
The price of this amp is 789 € and I understand why, in this price range
(Between 600 and 800 € it was worth its competitors that I have long tried
although there are several that I have owned style fender hot rod deluxe, peavey classic 30, Blackstar HT-20, Marshall vintage modern ...
Really cut out for the stage, rpeter, studio, home, I'm not ready
to part.
It was 10 years ago I was not a fan of line 6 but I realize they are visionaries and they are well advanced things (without the knowledge of some brands)
with regular updates, and when we invested in gear that is very reassuring.
In short, everything is there, this amp is very convenient, comfortable and efficient.
Unequivocally I put 10.
The sound is beautiful, both in clean drive.
An agreement sufficient to realize. Especially since it would be adjusting the drive, you will be offered a wide range of sounds to give you chills,
and there is something for everyone ...
Seriously, this amp is very versatile, some say it is a fault, it would be if the claim had to type in all registers without actually achieve!
with a suitable guitar style and setting, we find that happiness.
I am very happy today and I really found the sound with this amp!
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docteur bluesdocteur blues

Really

Line 6 DT25 112Published on 04/22/13 at 06:01
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Power amplification Lamp 2 X EL84
Connection "almost everything." Noon, line 6, all kinds of speakers, effects loop, footswitch (reverb, channel) Lack bypass effects loop switch
Power 25 watts, 10 watts switch for the room (it loses grain but very adequate for bosser).
Two identical channels:
on each: flight, B, M, T, rev, presence, gain
A return effect.
Amp = line 6
4 modes (the modeling part line 6) very convincing, to simple mode 1 = fender Vibrolux clean, great reverb, twin reverb, bassman mode 2 = 59; Marshall plexi, mode 3, Vox AC30, Mesa mod 4 Boogie.
Two types of Class A and Class amp A / B (this is the complete analog, thank you Mr. Bogner).
Triode / pentode...…
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Power amplification Lamp 2 X EL84
Connection "almost everything." Noon, line 6, all kinds of speakers, effects loop, footswitch (reverb, channel) Lack bypass effects loop switch
Power 25 watts, 10 watts switch for the room (it loses grain but very adequate for bosser).
Two identical channels:
on each: flight, B, M, T, rev, presence, gain
A return effect.
Amp = line 6
4 modes (the modeling part line 6) very convincing, to simple mode 1 = fender Vibrolux clean, great reverb, twin reverb, bassman mode 2 = 59; Marshall plexi, mode 3, Vox AC30, Mesa mod 4 Boogie.
Two types of Class A and Class amp A / B (this is the complete analog, thank you Mr. Bogner).
Triode / pentode (again thanks Bogner)
Power Amp: Bogner and then there oooooooof .... The grain is huge;

The entire model line 6 + amp power Bogner very impressive, nothing to do with modeling embedded POD HD 300-500 which are nevertheless very well in his or sono.Je recommend returning a POD HD amp in this map. It is a real tube amp and POD HD takes control of the machine and grain collapses. Either you have a HD or there is a DT (much better in my opinion and I have both).


Retro commands lit: great on stage especially in low light

UTILIZATION

Configuration can not be simpler two channels of classic amp. The manual is clear but we do not need.
Gets it easy to sound: very. I did that for two months but he has already made four concerts and full rpeter. Warning knobs B, M, T, are very sensitive.

SOUNDS

I play blues and blues rock (Clapton Toto).
Some suggestions, I have owned a 59 Bassman reissue that I sold to DT 25. I immediately sought out the sound of the Bassman DT:
mod 2, Class A => this is not exactly the Bassman but it's almost better.
mod 4, Class A, 9:00 drive => Robben Ford style (beware it's all very subjective, but the sounds are there).
I personally only use the class A of this amp.
Another trick. I also have the preamp Koch (Pedaltone). I plug the guitar in and I go by the output poweramp direct Pedaltone the return of DT 25.
I have no more control of DT (not even the master) and all came under the control of Pedaltone. Can you imagine the sound of a machine with a preamp and Koch amplifiers Bogner? I'll let you try it, it is exceptional. I did a concert in this config buddies were on the ...

OVERALL OPINION

It's been over 30 years since I played. I had it all: Marshall, Mesa, Peavey, Fender, Musicman etc ...

What I like most: It is extremely versatile and very powerful, the DT 50 is not necessary unless you play outdoors without transplanting. the possibility to move from class A to AB, the triode / pentode and 4 mod line 6 super convincing.

The least: the Tolex is very fragile, any brand above.

Excellent value for money

The choice I would do without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: DT25 112
  • Series: DT
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 09/24/2011

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