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  • Portable, versatile combo amp that is loud!

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 05/26/12 at 17:49
    The Line 6 Flextone III Xl is a combo guitar amp with two 12-inch speakers, 150-watt stereo power amp, 32 vetta-based amp models, 12 effects, and 16 speaker cabinet simulation options. It also has stereo xlr direct out (with cab and mic modeling), effects loops, midi in, midi out, headphone out, and external speakers out.

    UTILIZATION

    Like most Line 6 products, this little combo amp is extremely versatile! It's relatively easy to control all the amp settings on this thing, even with all the added effects, cabinet choices and such. You can easily switch between 6 delays (from the famed DL-4), and adjust the overall level of the effect. There is also a tap tempo button (that flashes with......
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    The Line 6 Flextone III Xl is a combo guitar amp with two 12-inch speakers, 150-watt stereo power amp, 32 vetta-based amp models, 12 effects, and 16 speaker cabinet simulation options. It also has stereo xlr direct out (with cab and mic modeling), effects loops, midi in, midi out, headphone out, and external speakers out.

    UTILIZATION

    Like most Line 6 products, this little combo amp is extremely versatile! It's relatively easy to control all the amp settings on this thing, even with all the added effects, cabinet choices and such. You can easily switch between 6 delays (from the famed DL-4), and adjust the overall level of the effect. There is also a tap tempo button (that flashes with the tempo). If you control the amp with a midi controller, you can also make more fine adjustments to the delay, along with other various amp parameters. This can get a little confusing, especially if you want to make these adjustments. But for the most part, it isn't necessary to do this. There are also 6 mod effects, and a toggle-able gate and compressor.



    SOUNDS

    The main event, the guitar amplifiers and cabinet simulations, don't disappoint, as long as you don't expect them to do miracles. I mainly use super-cleans and heavy Mesa tones, and it does a wonderful job with cleans. The Mesa emulations are certainly not as good as the real thing, but for a little combo amp, they sound descent. I find that the heavier and more saturated the distortion is, the worst solid-state emulation tends to sound, and this is no exception. However, if you are using this amp for lighter tones, with lighter indie distortions, this amp sounds great.

    You can mix and match any of the 32 amp simulations with any of the 16 guitar cab simulations, including a no-cab mode. Since the sounds are playing through the combo amp's cab, the no-cab mode does still sound usable, and in some cases, it sounds the best, if you are looking for a more transparent sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, this is a very flexible, and portable amp that can do many things pretty well, as long as you don't expect it to sound just like an amp worth thousands of dollars. It is extremely loud for it's size, as it certainly stands up to a Mesa half-stack just fine.
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XL

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 06/01/10 at 15:00
    Nice vinyl cover with a tweed grillecloth that gives it a retro/boutique look. The controls are top mounted, and are well lit and laid out for dark stages and the back is open. There is a speaker extension jack that clips the combo's speaker's out. There is a nice series stereo efx loop that actually works quite nicely. There is a midi in and out, as well as stereo XLR direct outs (like a pod). For the past 20 years, I have been a working full time pro that has several rigs for several musical situations: from fusion and jazz to country to progressive metal to cover band rock/RandB/funk.

    I bought it used with an FBV shortboard and a vinyl amp cover from craigslist for $400.

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    Nice vinyl cover with a tweed grillecloth that gives it a retro/boutique look. The controls are top mounted, and are well lit and laid out for dark stages and the back is open. There is a speaker extension jack that clips the combo's speaker's out. There is a nice series stereo efx loop that actually works quite nicely. There is a midi in and out, as well as stereo XLR direct outs (like a pod). For the past 20 years, I have been a working full time pro that has several rigs for several musical situations: from fusion and jazz to country to progressive metal to cover band rock/RandB/funk.

    I bought it used with an FBV shortboard and a vinyl amp cover from craigslist for $400.

    What I like about the unit is that it is NOT a tube amp. I can take it to cover gigs, where the power is often sketchy, and get a wide variety of tones with an amp and the floorboard. It doesn't cost me $100 in tubes every time I play a gig with crappy power. And it has a wide variety of tones. Yes they are modeled and not the same as the real thing, but it can get a better Dual Rec tone than my Peavey Classic 30, knowhatimsayin'? The tones are very usable and there are plenty of them. They are also ALOT better than the spider stuff they sell. The distortions I use are plenty dynamic for cover band work. It also records direct just as good as a POD. The XLR outs are decent for live work if a bit sterile. The amp also seems to work best with low output pickups. And the unit works well when used with the stereo loop for nice spacious stereo tones. And the tweakability of the patches is quick and easy. And the accessibility with the FBV is very intuitive.

    Well, what I don't like about the unit is the same thing I like it for: no tubes. The best tone comes from great tube amps....IMHO. But they can be finicky, and unreliable for a variety of reasons. Solid state is MUCH cheaper, and less susceptible to power problems, and less heartbreak and expense when they go down. I use this amp in a sense, to relieve my other tube wonders. Would I use it for a master session for an artist? No. For a cover band? You betcha>> Tone wise the cleans are a bit stringent as are the direct out tones. The speakers, which are custom Celestions, are called to deliver everything from Dual Rec sounds and Fender like cleans, which is a tall order, often bark differently with different tones. They also have a volume sweet spot. They don't sound as good pushed hard, or at low volumes as they do a decent club stage volumes. Which sucks for tweaking. Also, you have to write the patch names from the FBV and it takes 4 ever.

    The unit is very well built, and has taken everything I have dished out so far....Probably 100 gigs in the past year and a half...

    Will it replace my 92, Dual Rectifier Tremoverb combo? Or my Marshall Silver Jubilee? Or my Voodoo modded Fender Blues Deluxe? My AC15? My Rivera? Hell, I'd get rid of the Line6 before my Peavey Classic 30. But this thing is reliable, and versatile. To me, modeling is the same as a 'picture' of a tone. It ain't the same thing. But it ain't bad neither. In fact it is damn decent. If you need a solid performer that delivers a BUNCH of natural sounding, decent tones, with the stereo thing as a bonus, the Flextone III XL is the way to go.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Line 6 Flextone 3 XL

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 09/13/04 at 15:00
    Bought it new in the UK £549.00

    At first it was a fun thing with all the gizmos, knobs and tweeks, computer midi editing etc.

    The only thing that I now like is the look.

    I spent too much time playing with the amplifier rather than playing music, going on-line downloading patches, plugging it into the computer via midi cables. Then you discover that you will only ever use two or three patches and you have 90 of the little buggers to play with! Most of them you would not even think about using as they are totally useless. And at first the sound 'seemed' like a valve amp. however, when you place a real valve amp side by side and plug from one to the other, there is just no match at all,......
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    Bought it new in the UK £549.00

    At first it was a fun thing with all the gizmos, knobs and tweeks, computer midi editing etc.

    The only thing that I now like is the look.

    I spent too much time playing with the amplifier rather than playing music, going on-line downloading patches, plugging it into the computer via midi cables. Then you discover that you will only ever use two or three patches and you have 90 of the little buggers to play with! Most of them you would not even think about using as they are totally useless. And at first the sound 'seemed' like a valve amp. however, when you place a real valve amp side by side and plug from one to the other, there is just no match at all, the valve amps win every time. It is impossible to get a valve sound using solid state circuitry!
    The amp is loud without quality.

    Very well constructed. one redeeming feature at least. And it looks great.

    If you want to look great, then get a line 6 anything. But if you want to play real guitar, get yourself a real valve amp!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XL

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 07/26/04 at 15:00
    I bought this at American Music Supply in downtown Syracuse for $500 brand new (usually goes for 700). I purchased this amp because it had all the features I wanted, amp simulation, enough wattage for shows, effects, and more.

    This amp supplies me with more than enough power, has a direct XLR output for recording, nice effects, and does a great job with amp simulation (even though I only use about two presets!)It gives off great sound for a great price, is good for shows and recording.

    There isn't much that I don't like about the amp, the biggest concern I have is with the noise gate, it works great with taking away the noise, but leaves about a second of hiss after you mute a note.......
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    I bought this at American Music Supply in downtown Syracuse for $500 brand new (usually goes for 700). I purchased this amp because it had all the features I wanted, amp simulation, enough wattage for shows, effects, and more.

    This amp supplies me with more than enough power, has a direct XLR output for recording, nice effects, and does a great job with amp simulation (even though I only use about two presets!)It gives off great sound for a great price, is good for shows and recording.

    There isn't much that I don't like about the amp, the biggest concern I have is with the noise gate, it works great with taking away the noise, but leaves about a second of hiss after you mute a note. This is pretty bad for recording and live shows, but isn't too big of a problem.

    This amp was put together very well, I haven't had a problem with it yet!

    The Line 6 Flextone III XL is a great amp, it has only very few minor flaws, but the positives more than make up for them. Great sound, perfect for both recording and gigging, I would recommend this to anyone searching for a great amp at a great price!

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XL

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 02/15/04 at 15:00
    Actally my wife bought it for a gift. I play in a Praise band and my amplifier has been going for a while now. Sticker price was $1350.00 but she got it for $575.00

    The amp modeling and effects are great. Easy to dial in what you need and the ability to store sounds is great.

    So far there is nothing I can do with this that I can't do with my RP100 pedal. I haven't found anything bad about it yet.

    Construction is great. Very well put together. The celestion speakers are quality sound.

    Overall for the little time I've had it, it meets all the demands of power and sound I need to fill a large room. Great work from a great line of amps.

    This review was originally published on ...
    Actally my wife bought it for a gift. I play in a Praise band and my amplifier has been going for a while now. Sticker price was $1350.00 but she got it for $575.00

    The amp modeling and effects are great. Easy to dial in what you need and the ability to store sounds is great.

    So far there is nothing I can do with this that I can't do with my
    RP100 pedal. I haven't found anything bad about it yet.

    Construction is great. Very well put together. The celestion speakers are quality sound.

    Overall for the little time I've had it, it meets all the demands of power and sound I need to fill a large room. Great work from a great line of amps.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 02/26/05 at 06:02
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    This is a 150W combo (from January 2004, line 6 has proposed that the Flextone III passes 2x75W) to modeling. The amp section is solid state, it can connect directly via XLR connectors and emulate the sound "classic" of a microphone. The Flextone III also offers MIDI, which include the ability to update the software of the amp, download www.line.com presets on the site, to access all the settings of the amp, the easier storage banks (you will understand ... I think the MIDI card is required! again, a 2x2 card USB costs only forty dollars!). Too bad there's no USB port or card reader (SD, ...) to exchange its presets quickly (yes, the other guitarist has the same amp as me!). I can be......
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    This is a 150W combo (from January 2004, line 6 has proposed that the Flextone III passes 2x75W) to modeling. The amp section is solid state, it can connect directly via XLR connectors and emulate the sound "classic" of a microphone. The Flextone III also offers MIDI, which include the ability to update the software of the amp, download www.line.com presets on the site, to access all the settings of the amp, the easier storage banks (you will understand ... I think the MIDI card is required! again, a 2x2 card USB costs only forty dollars!). Too bad there's no USB port or card reader (SD, ...) to exchange its presets quickly (yes, the other guitarist has the same amp as me!). I can be demanding but I admit that the amp and comprehensive:
    - More than thirty amps (including a range of Marshall, Soldano a 100, my favorite, a Blackface TERRIBLE, a Hiwatt you tell me the news ... well, it's really tip-top! ) - just make sure you have the same software version 1.1
    - 16 firms (combinations amps / cabinets multiply the possibilities for the amp!)
    - Effects including chorus, PHSA, tremolo, rotary ...
    - By the time you want, here!
    - Many reverbs accessible via the MIDI connection (yet another reason!)

    UTILIZATION

    The use of the amplifier turns out to be extremely simple, the ultimate resistant to new technology makes her! The number of settings on the control panel is quite limited but we quickly find the sound you are looking. The sound is just wonderful, rich bass, deep ... a treat!
    Again, I recommend using the MIDI settings for more if only for position effects in the loop! The English manual provides the characteristics of the amps but only your ears will guide your choices in the use of amplifiers. The 2 HP Celestion and stereo can get a huge projection that rivals the tube amps ... even with some stacks (I was surprised to see that both the Flextone heard about my peavey stack all tubes !). However, there is a small criticism I could make it, equalization must be reviewed for each noise level, let me explain: we have a transistor output stage, the more they are asked, the answer seems more rich high frequency, which is not the case with tube amps! However, the 150w Flextone remain usable on all along the path of the volume button.

    SOUNDS

    Question tone, the amp turns out to be very versatile. It is perfect for my style of play My influences are vast, they range from Django Reinard to the most extreme metal like Dying Fetus. My favorite style is the Guitar Shred Rondat excels where Patrick and the gentlemen Satriani, Malmsteen, Laiho (Children of Bodom group). The problem that arose before is that generally, the right channel amplifier with a saturated often have clear sounds steep to steep! Here, imagine you playing a thoroughly Soldano 100 barges and a second later, you go to one of his warm Blackface. It's terrible my friends! However, another minor complaint: it is a processor that turns your sound, the response of the amp it is felt by a lack of momentum. Rest assured it can be done fairly quickly and the little we have a good scratch, it goes without problem (I have a Peavey Wolfgang, a Les Paul with Seymour and Jackson with EMG active).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Today, I use the Flextone for 1 year and I intend to separate me from my stack, since beyond the problem of congestion / transport, it became too typed for me and its use becomes more Exclusive! I've been playing now for 13 years and I must say that it's weird to see how I was especially excited about the gear I was a fan of any lamp!
    Before buying this model I tried a lot of amps including VOX / Korg AVC 120 (something like that) which is less boilerplate and encountered serious problems of reliability. There was a Johnson not bad but a bit expensive for my taste, one that takes more Berhinger Playskool toy than a guitar amp ... and the line 6 Vetta II! that's the ball but then left to another product line and budget is not the same!
    So, I chose the Flextone III for its compactness, its power, its sounds and one side while allowing movement without having to carry around a bunch of pedals and cables!
    Personally, I love this amp too, I struggled to get used to at first, but when I understood all the subtleties of the beast, I can not do without. In addition, issue price is really affordable since Line 6 has lowered its prices in 2004, the Flextone III XL is around € 750. So what are you waiting to try and get an opinion?
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 08/24/06 at 11:31
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    * Lovely combo 150 watts (2x75), as you can see we are dealing with the heavy. Beware, however, some websites offer the old version (2004) which only 100 watts. So remember to check if you buy by mail order.
    * Connectivity ultra complete: a standard jack, a headphone jack, 2 XLR outputs, 2 Speakers, 2 MIDI outputs, loop 4 (2 send / return 2) and an output Eternet pedals (which should therefore only has the s FBV Series of Line 6, however, all pedals are compatible). It can download new presets via a MIDI card or midi interface / usb.
    * 32 amps modliss! (Marshall, Peavey, Soldano, Fender ...)
    * Rglages standards: Drive, Bass, Mid, Treble, Prsence, Volume Chanel, Master Volume
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    * Lovely combo 150 watts (2x75), as you can see we are dealing with the heavy. Beware, however, some websites offer the old version (2004) which only 100 watts. So remember to check if you buy by mail order.
    * Connectivity ultra complete: a standard jack, a headphone jack, 2 XLR outputs, 2 Speakers, 2 MIDI outputs, loop 4 (2 send / return 2) and an output Eternet pedals (which should therefore only has the s FBV Series of Line 6, however, all pedals are compatible). It can download new presets via a MIDI card or midi interface / usb.
    * 32 amps modliss! (Marshall, Peavey, Soldano, Fender ...)
    * Rglages standards: Drive, Bass, Mid, Treble, Prsence, Volume Chanel, Master Volume
    * Echoes and delays: Tube Echo, Tape Echo, Analog, Digital, Ping Pong, Sweep Echo, all with an adjustable precision crazy
    * Effects: Tremolo, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, U-Vibe, Rotary, the more adjustable with high precision.
    * Small addition: The noise gate, which can, if you DSIR, delete or attnuer little background noise when your guitar is inactive or in your mic positions.

    Short of incredible opportunities because we have never toured the sounds. Needless to say, the effect pedals are useless! (Even the effects are modeled on the Ibanez and Boss pedals!)

    UTILIZATION

    * The configuration is rather simple and instinctive, anything surprising at first. It quickly finds the right note, and some factory sounds are really good (also modeled on the classical pieces of rock: Elvis, Beatles, AC / DC, Hendrix ...)
    * The use is simple and effective, even for Line 6 habits that will not dpayss a Spider, or a version of prcedente Flextone
    * The manual is ultra-complete, if you do not have the french manual you can download on the site of line6

    SOUNDS

    * Playing both in the clear on the saturated fat mtal via its low-distortion, I never t's in this amp. This amp is perfect (but really great!) For vintage rock from 1950 to 1970, but it is also very well with more modern genres (I use it for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, or Nine Inch Nails)
    * J'volue on this amp with a Fender Stratocaster, a Les Paul Gold Top Ibanez Artcore and one that fit all three perfectly. No need to add special effects, most are already there. I just added a Digitech Whammy Wh-4 and we have the full range of its hacker;) To benefit fully, it is better to choose as the FBV shortboard pdalier (bank of 32 sounds, pedal whawha, Control volume, channel selection 4, disto, activation / deactivation of reverb, effects ... Anyway, a note on AudioFanzine dedicated to him ^ ^)

    * The sound is really powerful and pleasing to the ear, worthy of the greatest marshall.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In short, a sick amp, complete, powerful: gnial! It is placed well above the amps I've tried so far (Peavey, Marshall, Kustom, Spider II). The Flextone III XL is access to the sound and power for a pretty decent budget (in the same rsultat marshall is 400 more ...) recess, we should not be r forging new technologies, or cost the speech of old guitarists borns (Supposedly this kind of amps 'dnature' sound = S What bullshit!)
    In short: the Flextone Marshall is what the camera is numrique booth. There is frankly not ahsiter. For guitar beginners, or not yet confirmed, still want tater of Line 6 and modlisation, I would recommend the amps like Spider.
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 01/03/08 at 18:11
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    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?

    Modlisation

    - What is the power dlivre?

    150 watts total (75 per speaker)

    - What connection?

    XLR, Jack and Midi

    - What are the rglages the effects? ...

    The rgagles are normal (well as AB ^ ^)

    Submitted effects:

    Delay (multiple delays with DIFFERENT rglages, and adjusting the tempo of the delay in the foot with an additional pdalier: Very useful live ^ ^)
    Reverb
    Phaser
    Tremolo
    Uni-Vibe
    Chorus

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple?

    When I received it I thought, oula you'll have a job to learn use them as ...
    What the deuce! (Simple enough to place as an expression and has jre: P)
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    - What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?

    Modlisation

    - What is the power dlivre?

    150 watts total (75 per speaker)

    - What connection?

    XLR, Jack and Midi

    - What are the rglages the effects? ...

    The rgagles are normal (well as AB ^ ^)

    Submitted effects:

    Delay (multiple delays with DIFFERENT rglages, and adjusting the tempo of the delay in the foot with an additional pdalier: Very useful live ^ ^)
    Reverb
    Phaser
    Tremolo
    Uni-Vibe
    Chorus

    UTILIZATION

    - The configuration is it simple?

    When I received it I thought, oula you'll have a job to learn use them as ...
    What the deuce! (Simple enough to place as an expression and has jre: P)
    It's not complik and voilbr />
    - Gets it easy to sound good?

    Yes fast enough, having read the manual (which is very readable and quite nice ^ ^, and certainly not standard, it includes "mentalitquot; of the amp.

    SOUNDS

    - Is it your style of music?

    I play many styles Distinti 2: Metal / deathmetal and StonerRock / DesertRock

    For the Metal / deathmetal:

    I t enjoyable surprised by the amp that was in the belly!
    The distortion sound really good, natural sound, have potato and treble are pa screaming, severe acute sound remains "in the mix"

    For StonerRock / DesertRock:

    First I will expliker this beautiful underground music movement enough, especially in France.

    A Garon, Joshua Home, guitarist of Kyuss has said, "Well if I played on a bass amp for his super fat?"

    So stoner = bold + The Solo especially "cass" in the medium high medium.

    Music that therefore poses.

    Effects like delay and phaser are much utiliss (and given the quality of effects on the amp, I am filled)

    So basically, in his or psych and heavy metal, I'm thrilled ^ ^

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought the pdalier Shortboard with
    It's so pratiuque!
    Power really standard
    Its high volume trs beautiful

    I love this amp

    If you are not an Unconditional your lights (you know the guy who said that while there was no sound no lights?) Ba buy this amp for me that is worth its price.
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 05/06/08 at 05:18
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    See below.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use. You can make adjustments to the knobs instinctive, but the interest of the beast is no doubt that it was designed for the road.
    Those who enjoy many concerts: you prepare before you leave your little interface with presets pc / mac, you paufines repeating and voilou, concert after concert, nothing to touch, t'allumes and you're ready to play.
    The pedal is powered by the amp and it ROYAL; more galleries of power supply in the forefront (of cables around the feet, it's over), you got the names of your tracks that appear (you have prepared before you) on your pedals backlit recess, built-in tuner ...
    In short, on stage, you have a jack and the......
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    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use. You can make adjustments to the knobs instinctive, but the interest of the beast is no doubt that it was designed for the road.
    Those who enjoy many concerts: you prepare before you leave your little interface with presets pc / mac, you paufines repeating and voilou, concert after concert, nothing to touch, t'allumes and you're ready to play.
    The pedal is powered by the amp and it ROYAL; more galleries of power supply in the forefront (of cables around the feet, it's over), you got the names of your tracks that appear (you have prepared before you) on your pedals backlit recess, built-in tuner ...
    In short, on stage, you have a jack and the cord that goes from the amp to the pedal. That's it!

    Not to mention that there is no need to dub the micro amp outputs (mono or stereo) for these purposes are extras. And as the volume knob on the amp is independent of the level that is sent out on these and many not need to put the volume to donf on stage in handy when you're in a small club and you have the amp in mouth ... And the level will be at the front when the coat to him!

    SOUNDS

    Well, nothing to say. I played in on all the lamps (Laney VC100 + analog pedals of all kinds, a very British), but it was among the buzz, fragile lamps (again, on the road is important ... ) and just the sound quality, I prefer the Flextone ...

    Those who think it's like a pod plugged into a power amp are wrong. And for good reason
    before moving to the Flextone I tested in a small pod xt tour in the power amp of my laney. The sound was certainly good, but in fact nothing to do with the Flextone.
    Why? Because that line6-out worked hard and developed a power amplifier adapted to this technology. In the end, it was an impressive dynamic and it should be noted that this amp is stereo! The two speakers of the amp is stereo! What makes your ping pong delay sounds in stereo, for example, guaranteed! And you find this in the stereo sound output also thanks to ...

    Power level is the bomb, I never exceeded 4 ... In short, game guarantees comfort while being sure that what comes out the front is just as good!

    How many times I met galéraient guitarists who live with their two bodies engl; donf have to make to make it sound ... and who came to see me at the end saying: "damn, that sounds pretty your thing here ... what is it?". I think today, the stack has no purpose except for style (but when you bringing your amp, the style quickly you forget ...) and studio recess.
    In short, I do not spit above the stacks and the whole lamp, but I think that live there is not even possible comparison is so convenient and it sounds.

    Personally, I used the line 6 also in the studio (pod xt pro, most complete studio that Flextone).
    That's the only amp I plan after it is vetta2 ... And again, I think the Flextone is logically stronger than the Vetta (no screen) and it is a factor not to be overlooked when considering touring with.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years now.
    Everything is saying is the bomb live.

    Really tried for those who do not know.
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  • Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 05/25/08 at 10:54
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    -Modlisation (lamps are virtual .. but has made friends
    -2 X 75 watt speakers with Celestion C12P-80 that t priori, specially Designed by Celestion for MODEL. Because of all the possibilities of modlisations amp if DIFFERENT with characters, it took HP to neutral as possible.
    -See other view, the Line 6 site and the doc tlchargeable in French for these dtails.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is impeccable.
    Despite the number of possibilities, use is intuitive, no need to bone up for hours .. Reois you, you and your scratching his arms .. you do the tests and you think: "Wow"
    The doc is super well done. If you have a specific need, you go to the doc and you find what you are looking for......
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    -Modlisation (lamps are virtual .. but has made friends
    -2 X 75 watt speakers with Celestion C12P-80 that t priori, specially Designed by Celestion for MODEL. Because of all the possibilities of modlisations amp if DIFFERENT with characters, it took HP to neutral as possible.
    -See other view, the Line 6 site and the doc tlchargeable in French for these dtails.

    UTILIZATION

    Everything is impeccable.
    Despite the number of possibilities, use is intuitive, no need to bone up for hours .. Reois you, you and your scratching his arms .. you do the tests and you think: "Wow"
    The doc is super well done. If you have a specific need, you go to the doc and you find what you are looking for this or her mind that with clear explanations scribed in a spirit of fun (not cold and boring technique) ... you read the descriptions of the amps on offer and you say "a, a can do" ... you select, you refine and .. way to new adventures.

    Petite important info: If you purchase a FBV or FBV shortboard pdalier, the documentation of these is the doc with the amp ... has surprised many with an APRS what I read on forums. You can read my opinion on the Line 6 FBV pdalier.

    SOUNDS

    I will focus on the fact that I made this choice because I played with instruments DIFFERENT, with "characters" diffrent, and having so many amps that sound DSIR .. loved by side, a mishap has taken the head ("what choice, lamp, transistor, I put 100, 200, 250 euros more or not?, What's, typ funky large mtal that hard, a rock the Stone of Pearl Jam, a jazzy felt or more John Scofield) .. L .. is everything I need for 6120 Gretsch - Gibson Les Paul Studio and Fender Tele Thinline 72. (And I have yet to test the srieusement modlisations to play acoustic).

    Note that it is mainly in vintage sound that I pick. So to sound more "modern", we must see what the Line 6 amp modlisations latest issue and again, the Flextone are so many in the belly that a can may be do .. Try store in this case.

    For the Flextone III XL, see the Line 6 site and download the doc to be aware of all the modlisations Marshall amp, Fender Deluxe or not, Vox, Mesa Boogie, etc. .. provisions which are not counting mix heads and bodies that can be effectus.
    The Flextone is for modlisations that is to be of this nature, a potato and personally impressive, the volume does not Exceeds levels 4-5 in RPET because otherwise ... ! plasterboard and drop beams flicker and RPET is sponsored by Alka Setzer home (tribute to Brian .. DSOL rotten joke: o)
    I conclude by saying that I have this amp for a little over 3 years and I have to purchase one of pdalier CONTRL FBV (with a volume pedals and a p dale Wah Wah and how!) .. c and ecstasy absolute because it can operate the amp with an effects ACCS house grant a database of 36 DIFFERENT modlisations amp, with the possibility to activate or not the effects on an individual basis (Reverb, Delay, Comp, etc. ..) and Intgr tuner. Modlisations the factory are available trs trs high quality and varied.

    For 1000.00 euros (Amp = 600.00 in the month of May 2008 pdalier FBV + = 400.00 at same time), this gives moultes amps (I place a cast that also: o) typ s vintage of more jazzy than metal (several tens of amps besides research houses) and a trs pdalier of high quality (I think, and only my opinion and my exprience , but the dnaturer bte than to add effects collection outdoor as it has everything you need should be the o ... pdalier of the CONTRL powered son of over everywhere, power supplies that are crap, etc. ..)

    OVERALL OPINION

    -For a little over 3 years.
    -I love its simplicity. J'tais trs complex to speeches always trs techniques when it came to choosing the gear ... I slow the brain, and I need a little time to master all .. then to buy the stuff (without the risk of being or having one's got to missing a little something) to avail BUDGET (without typing in the first price that will not matter repeated and to play out on scne or in the high-end I am not available financirement saw a can type trs trs above) this type of amp is a marvel because it offers opportunities which, if not endless, are many, many trs, damn many!
    -His only weakness is the weight ... but hey, an apse amp in any case, the friend and Flextone pulls a little on the back ... "Case" wheels (home-made Thomann cool prizes) advises to ease its budget ostopathe
    I remake that choice every day by plugging it and I always find what I'm looking like her.
    I do not know how long I will be (c tough when even), but without swearing on an uncertain future, I think my choice of any fawn will go to an amp modlisation .. which brand? .. future is full of surprises, but Line 6 is the bloody good work!
    -Report qualitprix? Issue as difficult as everything is relative. I would say that for all Amp / Pedal 1000.00 euros I found exactly, the hair prs what I wanted and it allows me to move because I sound .. more exactly the sounds I want to be without the.
    -Happy to have shared my enthusiasm
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