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Line 6 Flextone III 112 Combo Amp
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Designed for guitarists seeking the warmth of tube tone coupled with modeling flexibility. The 112 Combo delivers 60W to a single 12" Celestion speak...Click To Read More About This Product
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The next generation in modeling amp sophistication!
Designed for guitarists seeking the warmth of tube tone coupled with modeling flexibility. The 112 Combo delivers 60W to a single 12" Celestion speaker and offers 32 classic amps and power to spare. 12 premium effects models, 16 mix 'n' match speaker cab options, and 4 user-programmable channels (36 with the optional Floor Board 420880) for instant storage of the tones you create. MIDI capability for deep editing and access to Line 6 Tone Transfer Library.
- 32 classic amp models
- 12 premium digital effects
- 4 user-programmable channels (36 with optional Floor Board)
- MIDI capability for deep editing and access to Line 6 Tone Transfer Library
- Mix 'n' Match speaker cab options
- 1/4" TRS headphone and direct outs
- 12" Celestion speaker
- 60W mono output
It's an amp that opens many creative doors. Make it yours today.
- 47 lbs
- 23.5"W x 18"H x 10.5D
- (60 x 46 x 27cm)
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This amp's sound is excellent. I LOVE its modeling capabilities. The "Recto Dual" setting sounds just like the original Mesa boogie! The Marshall settings sound great, too. I also has great distortion and effects. For 60 watts its pretty loud, louder than I expecyed anyway! This is probably one of the best amps Ive ever played, real Marshalls and Mesas included!
Cleanest sounding amp I have played through since my old Musicman 112RD. The low 60 watts is deceiving. This thing really puts out the clean sound. A working part time musician wanting the best equipment. Disappointed that this model doesn't have XLR output. READ the item description very carefully. I will next time.
I got my flextone in April and have had nothing but good results. I recorded with a cheap vocal mic on my computer and it sounded excellent. I was astonished at the sound of the Dual Recto when I recorded with it. There was a lot of low-end and very good high end. In my opinion I think anyone who wants a great digital modeling amp with very accurate tube amp models should get it, especially for hard rock and metal.
I've only had mine a few months and I lobe it! The distortion and effects on this thing are awesome! I have friends wanting one.if you do get one get the one above this one you have more options but other that that I love it!
This amp is truly amazing and graceful with the sheer amounts of sounds it can provide. Has more than enough power for your own basement or even small gigs. Highly recommend this product for the buck!
Your first reaction maybe "*** for a 1x12 combo?!?". Well, this amp has just about everything you can think of. Plenty of delays with tap tempo and settings, plenty of different clean, crunchy, and overdriving models, flanger, phaser, u-vibe, etc. And the 65watts are plenty loud for full practices (we get complaints from the neighbors) and smaller venues. When I first got this, my guitarist fell in love with it so much he had to get himself one of these. I love the Recto Dual setting, especially on my electric violin. This also makes my Squier Strat sound decent.. and that's saying alot. You can also get full clean crisp tone with twang, a bluesy sound, or a nice warm full tone from the Class A models. You can settle for other amps that don't have these options, and then end up spending tons of extra money on numerous pedals just to get what the Flextone III has. However, if you've got an extra *** to throw down, go for the 2x12 stereo combo version of this. You get full stereo sound (great for the pans/rotary effects) and direct xlr outputs. The Flextone III really lives up to its name. (Also love the vintage look)