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Line 6 Flextone XL

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 belonging to the Flextone series.

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Line 6 Flextone XLPublished on 11/16/03 at 10:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor amplifier
2 x 50 w
loop because SoRIE aditional hp or line, headphone, and noon

UTILIZATION

Config to be simpler
not easy to find a pleasant sound
anglai manual so if your not on top you in English galley

SOUNDS

I regret not bcp c amp is it's not much should I think (j al epoch debutant was not able to judge a good buy al) now I strongly discourages.
fenix a lp custom

OVERALL OPINION

3 or 4 years now (it al seems reliable at least)
humm? J have not yet found
Marshall TSL 601, 401 dsl that I'd find even worse, to the fact I had taken for that.
al hours of c today is a very poor quality RAPORT marqueting a product price and type as the eye marshall no......
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Transistor amplifier
2 x 50 w
loop because SoRIE aditional hp or line, headphone, and noon

UTILIZATION

Config to be simpler
not easy to find a pleasant sound
anglai manual so if your not on top you in English galley

SOUNDS

I regret not bcp c amp is it's not much should I think (j al epoch debutant was not able to judge a good buy al) now I strongly discourages.
fenix a lp custom

OVERALL OPINION

3 or 4 years now (it al seems reliable at least)
humm? J have not yet found
Marshall TSL 601, 401 dsl that I'd find even worse, to the fact I had taken for that.
al hours of c today is a very poor quality RAPORT marqueting a product price and type as the eye marshall no soul.
not at all I do not touch the stuff I swear.
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Line 6 Flextone XLPublished on 06/30/06 at 13:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Modlisation, etc ...
Rpeter not worth the description.
Full connectivity, but at pdalier optional and too expensive!

UTILIZATION

Using relatively simple.
Interface and manual trs clear.

SOUNDS

Since first looking for a good clear sound and crunch (orientation Blues what!), The Flextone 3 XL compltement of me! No sound vritablement clear by one (the number of amp Modl was little). I feel like a veil over the acute impossible to get a crystal-clear style Fender Twin. The clean sounds are all alike. In addition, no potato low. Moreover, the simulation of Hiwatt is zero - no resemblance!
The distos seemed to me drinking (but not what I test more).
on the other hand,......
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Modlisation, etc ...
Rpeter not worth the description.
Full connectivity, but at pdalier optional and too expensive!

UTILIZATION

Using relatively simple.
Interface and manual trs clear.

SOUNDS

Since first looking for a good clear sound and crunch (orientation Blues what!), The Flextone 3 XL compltement of me! No sound vritablement clear by one (the number of amp Modl was little). I feel like a veil over the acute impossible to get a crystal-clear style Fender Twin. The clean sounds are all alike. In addition, no potato low. Moreover, the simulation of Hiwatt is zero - no resemblance!
The distos seemed to me drinking (but not what I test more).
on the other hand, effects: FRO, FRO. It does not seem to have a transparent ct "strotypquot;.

VOX AD120VT compared to, well, quite the opposite! Clear powerful sound that can sound very crystalline and DIFFERENT from each other. And above all his trs lamp.
To be able to compare directly the simulation of the Twin Reverb Vox with a real Fender Twin Reverb, the diffrence is not important. This silent really stunning!
As for effects, there's no photo, it's better on vox.

OVERALL OPINION

I do not possde this amp, I've only seen test store to buy it. My opinion is limited that a Premire impression ...

I want to spend a relatively powerful amplifier and modlisation. I t sduit AD120VT by VOX. I can even say that I carrment flash it. But j'hsitais between Vox and Line6. Now my choice is sharp and firm!

The Flextone is really Exceeds from competition. Two years ago has kept the road to the modlisation, but now There's better elsewhere.
The sound of the Flextone seems flat, lifeless (more particulirement low volume). The one realizes that runs on the modlisation. While Vox blind, it sounds like an amp vritable lamp!

But I rpeter, I think that does a Premire impression.
As much as I flash a few moments on the VOX, I found all the bad ds Line6 THE FIRST minute!
Considering the price of the Line6 and technical specifications could be drawn to him as I t. Both the cost you, it is the total dception ...
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" Versatile and efficient"

Line 6 Flextone XLPublished on 06/18/10 at 12:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
amp transistors, in fact it is a POD 2 in a combo stereo 2 x 50 W

UTILIZATION

easier to use than a POD 2, neither more nor less

SOUNDS

idem POD 2
the +, what are the different sounds that provide very versatile and well, dynamics, heat, sound (well compared to other simulators, eh, compared to tube amps
the - is that all the guitars sound a bit like in this amp (well we still separate the difference between a Start and Les Paul anyway)

is an ideal combo like me when we made the recovery in bars and that we need different sounds (the Fender Twin for the casserole to the big mesa boogie sound ...)
Not as heavy as a tube amp, but still I had invested in a devil folds for......
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amp transistors, in fact it is a POD 2 in a combo stereo 2 x 50 W

UTILIZATION

easier to use than a POD 2, neither more nor less

SOUNDS

idem POD 2
the +, what are the different sounds that provide very versatile and well, dynamics, heat, sound (well compared to other simulators, eh, compared to tube amps
the - is that all the guitars sound a bit like in this amp (well we still separate the difference between a Start and Les Paul anyway)

is an ideal combo like me when we made the recovery in bars and that we need different sounds (the Fender Twin for the casserole to the big mesa boogie sound ...)
Not as heavy as a tube amp, but still I had invested in a devil folds for carrying around.

OVERALL OPINION

I never saw him, I wanted to change and I wanted to try a POD X3 Live. Device much more powerful about the opportunities, but the Flextone I miss a little to the excellent dynamics and heat of sound, which I find less easy on the X3
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: Flextone XL
  • Series: Flextone
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 03/25/2005

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Other names: flextonexl, flext 1 xl, flext 1 xl

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