Line 6 Duoverb
Line 6 Duoverb
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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 7 reviews )
 4 reviews57 %
 2 reviews29 %
 1 user review14 %
Audience: Advanced users Value For Money : Excellent
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iamqman's review"Just plain trash"

Line 6 Duoverb
Line 6 is really well known for their amp modeling features with their pod units but as well as their actual combo amplifiers. This is one of the first line 6 modeling amplifiers that they put inside of a combo. Basically you have this combo amplifier with 16 and models to choose from. It allows you to program four programmable amp channels to select from on the fly. It's basically 100 W stereo amplifier that is including a foot switch as well.


* Duoverb features: Vintage versatility: 16 essential amp models
* Award-winning Point-to-Point modeling technology
* Simultaneous dual amp capability
* Professional touring quality cabinet & chassis
* Powerful 100-watt stereo power amp
* Includes an amp I/II footswitch
* 4 programmable amp channel memories
* Dual XLR direct output

Duoverb Amp Models based on*�
* Line 6 Clean
* '53 Fender Tweed Deluxe
* '58 Fender Bassman
* '64 Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb
* '65 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb
* '59 Gibson GA-18T Explorer
* '73 Hiwatt Custom 100
* '65 Marshall JTM45
* '68 Marshall Super Lead
* '87 Marshall JCM 800
* '93 Matchless DC-30
* '94 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Solo Head
* '93 Soldano SLO 100
* '67 Vox AC30 TB (Top Boost)
* '61 Vox AC15
* '01 Budda Twinmaster


The tone of this amplifier is not very good. It sounds very fake processed and unnatural. When this amplifier was put out it was one of the first modeling amplifiers be put into the combo. So therefore the modeling industry was not where it is today with what line 6 is been able to accomplish and many other of him modeling technologies. The tone of this is not a very good tone and you probably wouldn't use it in any professional recording . It's not a sound that you're going on fall in love with if you've ever played a modeling amplifier, you can really tell that all it is doing is mimicking what notes are being played. It has no dynamics and the tone or the feel of the amplifier is missing. It doesn't feel natural whatsoever and overall is not a very fun or pleasing amplifier.


These amps have been discontinued for quite some time now. It only way you can find this is only used market and I would not suggest going with this amplifier. This is very old technology especially since it's a computer-based amplifier and technology has advanced quite some since this amplifier has been put out. I suggest going with one of the line 6 near models with the newer technology involved.