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Line 6 Flextone III XL
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( 3.9/5 based on 13 reviews )
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  • ruokruok

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 09/19/08 at 11:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Adj silent while earlier, powerful amplifier

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, you can easily find a son.patchs gacilements findable on the net.

    SOUNDS

    I play blues rock, metal. this amp sounds terrible when you are playing alone, in group c the disaster, the sound is eaten by other instruments. no dynamics, no prsence.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used for a year. this amp is made so that we can immediately find
    its "sound". convenient size, rugged but the severe lack of personality dynamics and gave me a stack of all lamps in MARSCHALL c and the slap at both of its portfolio that ;-) but for me the sounds modeling a t a pat me to find my sound but nothing beats the lam…
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    Adj silent while earlier, powerful amplifier

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, you can easily find a son.patchs gacilements findable on the net.

    SOUNDS

    I play blues rock, metal. this amp sounds terrible when you are playing alone, in group c the disaster, the sound is eaten by other instruments. no dynamics, no prsence.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used for a year. this amp is made so that we can immediately find
    its "sound". convenient size, rugged but the severe lack of personality dynamics and gave me a stack of all lamps in MARSCHALL c and the slap at both of its portfolio that ;-) but for me the sounds modeling a t a pat me to find my sound but nothing beats the lamps.
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  • Anonymous

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 10/27/08 at 10:18
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    Well, I return to LINE6!! a rip-off, this amp has 32 presets ... but you will pay € 300 in order to achieve: The FBV2, 4, Express does not provide access to four presets access. A shame! Go your way if you are not wealthy, this amp is not for you. I saved a long time for me to pay one time, then my FBV fails, € 300 to find out my presets, I think I'll sell all my stuff LINE6!

    UTILIZATION

    ...

    SOUNDS

    .. When you can have access, it is!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Far too expensive to access the complete operation. It's a scam and no one says anything, when you buy this amp, you buy 4 presets for the rest it will switch back to the cashier.
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    Well, I return to LINE6!! a rip-off, this amp has 32 presets ... but you will pay € 300 in order to achieve: The FBV2, 4, Express does not provide access to four presets access. A shame! Go your way if you are not wealthy, this amp is not for you. I saved a long time for me to pay one time, then my FBV fails, € 300 to find out my presets, I think I'll sell all my stuff LINE6!

    UTILIZATION

    ...

    SOUNDS

    .. When you can have access, it is!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Far too expensive to access the complete operation. It's a scam and no one says anything, when you buy this amp, you buy 4 presets for the rest it will switch back to the cashier.
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  • dmlbdmlb

    Line 6 Flextone III XLPublished on 01/02/09 at 07:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp modlisation

    Power: 150 watts

    Connectors very UNESCORecords: effects loop, XLR outputs, headphone jack, possibility to add
    an optional HP, midi ports ...

    32 amp models and 16 models of speakers.
    Various built-in effects (chorus, flanger, phaser, rotary, U-vibe, tremolo, 6 types of delays and reverb)

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is fairly simple, but even when I took some time before
    to find my sound.
    The manual is pretty clear, in French with the description of each modlisation amp.
    I succeeded asser quickly get very good sound, but we must take into account MODEL speaker chosen because the sound changes, all the while as modlisations HP.

    SOUNDS

    This amp…
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    Amp modlisation

    Power: 150 watts

    Connectors very UNESCORecords: effects loop, XLR outputs, headphone jack, possibility to add
    an optional HP, midi ports ...

    32 amp models and 16 models of speakers.
    Various built-in effects (chorus, flanger, phaser, rotary, U-vibe, tremolo, 6 types of delays and reverb)

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is fairly simple, but even when I took some time before
    to find my sound.
    The manual is pretty clear, in French with the description of each modlisation amp.
    I succeeded asser quickly get very good sound, but we must take into account MODEL speaker chosen because the sound changes, all the while as modlisations HP.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is perfect for playing different styles, from blues to hard rock funk etc ...
    on the other hand I do not use it for metal. There are few sounds but Metal Group
    we do not hear very well (the second guitar player played on a Peavey 6505 head lamps).
    A shuffled to avoid at all with lights so if you want to be heard (I use a Metal head ENGL Powerball and we get along).

    For modlisations I do not use any.
    I like the Mesa triple rectified and Marshall JCM 800 for distos.
    on the other hand at clean sounds were a wide range of very good sounds,
    I love the cleans this amp sounds.

    The MODEL XL is very strong with 150 watts and 2 HP 12 "and the sound is good presents if you made the right rglages.

    It is possible to put the sounds of the amp to date via your PC and MIDI but personally I have NEVER managed to make us recognize my amp for my PC, noon n'tant often not recognized by windows (t really have a simpler USB). For this reason j'enlve a point about the overall score.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and a half.
    The price quality ratio is not bad since the Flextone III XL is around 600 euros new.

    Like the number of sound posibilities.

    I hate this system update almost impossible to use.

    Much better quality than the same when Spider.
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