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Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp  

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One of the first bass amps from Line 6, the Low Down Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp delivers an incredible array of dialed-in, stage-perfected bass tones....Read More

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All the essential bass tones in one package.

One of the first bass amps from Line 6, the Low Down Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp delivers an incredible array of dialed-in, stage-perfected bass tones. While most bass combos focus on volume and clean tone, LowDown offers 4 killer bass amp models that cover everything from funk to classic rock and beyond. Plus, the oversized, high-speed power amp has incredible articulation and bottom end punch that's ideal for live or studio work.

The LowDown delivers 4 carefully crafted amp models that can take you from modern punch to a thunderous, full-on assault! Each model automatically dials up a great sound that you can change to your liking and save into a preset using the channel memories on the front panel.

Clean—Inspired by the Eden Traveler*, this model is all about clean, funk, and fusion bass tone. It'll give you all the warm lows and punchy highs you need.

R & B—Inspired by a 1968 B-15 Flip Top, this model is a tribute to those late 60's and early 70's clean fat bass tones. It is the kind of tone you here on most Motown recordings, as played by a pioneering young James Jamerson.

Rock - This model is inspired by the '74 Ampeg SVT. This workhorse has appeared on innumerable recordings and arena stages worldwide. And now all the tone of the 300 lb behemoth 8X10 and head is available in your combo!

Grind—As the name would suggest, this is for modern rock lovers, Alice in Chains to Mudvayne and Rage Against The Machine. Based on a distorted SansAmp PSA-1 into an SVT in addition to a direct clean bass signal mixed in, this model gives you that angry, clear and punchy aggression that takes your sound to DEFCON 1.

The XLR Direct Output was designed for recording or sending your sound to a house sound system when you're playing live. This output utilizes exclusive Line 6 A.I.R. processing which has made products like POD the undisputed standard for direct recording. Whether you're playing a gig in a club or rushing off to a recording session, this POD-based direct out will give you huge, mic'd amp tone everywhere you go!

* All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6's sound model development.

FEATURES
  • 4 Incredible Bass Amp Models: Clean, R&B, Rock, and Grind
  • Full-time opto Compressor
  • XLR Direct Out with Line 6's exclusive A.I.R. processing
  • Preamp out
  • 4 programmable model memories
  • Headphone out
  • Jam-along CD/MP3 1/8" input
  • 10" Speaker
  • 75W

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SPECIFICATIONS

LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp

  • 75W
  • 1x10" speaker
  • 12"W x 12"H x 12"D
  • 24 lb.
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Line 6LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp
 
4.6

(based on 39 reviews)

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Well worth the price

I would highly recommend for someone looking for a grab and go combo. Or for someone who wants a bedroom amp that doesn't take up a lot of space. It is loud enough...Read complete review

I would highly recommend for someone looking for a grab and go combo. Or for someone who wants a bedroom amp that doesn't take up a lot of space. It is loud enough to hang with a drummer and band, provided the guitarist isn't playing through a Marshall stack. I have turned it to 10 and it gets plenty loud, but not deafening.
The tone shaping ability with the 4 band EQ is a real winner. The presets are nice to have as well, although I doubt anyone would use all 5 on a regular basis. Most people will have a favorite two and primarily work with those.
I had a Fender BDec before this, another 10 inch combo. The Line 6 is far superior as far as tone, punch, clarity, and volume go.
For the price, this is a great combo.
Gain, Volume, OptoComp, and a 4 band EQ. The 4 band EQ is really a great feature as it allows you control of how tight the sound is. With just a bass knob things can get flabby, and with just a treble it can get too bright. The two mid controls really help add definition when sculpting the sound. Easy to use and ever so handy.

The five presets are pretty good, although the Clean channel seems to be quieter (volume-wise) than the others. The Synth mode is fun to screw around with but doesn't track all that well, so you can't play particularly fast. Rock sounds nice and punchy. Grind adds a little distortion/fuzz to the sound. R&B is ok. Clean is probably the weakest of the bunch, just no real sparkle or definition, but still not bad. I should also say I am using a humbucker-equipped resonator bass, and that certainly affects the sound. If you have single coils your experience may be totally different.
Seems well made. No rattles or strange hums. Covering is tight. Knobs turn smoothly. Speaker sounds good for a 10 inch.
This is a great price on a portable bass combo, that doesn't sound like a toy.

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Great Potential but Noisy

Received my first Studio 110 and it wouldn't make any noise. The amp turned on, but the power section wouldn't engage. Returned for a replacement.The replacement amp shows lots of promise, but getting...Read complete review

Received my first Studio 110 and it wouldn't make any noise. The amp turned on, but the power section wouldn't engage. Returned for a replacement.The replacement amp shows lots of promise, but getting an acceptable level without significant hiss is challenging. I was always fighting to get good tones that didn't have any extra noise.The headphone jack is even noisier. On a whim I ran the XLR out to my board and studio monitors and it became very playable. The noise was mostly gone. The amp models are great and versatile. My impression of this amp is that it is a nice preamp, but a really poor (noisy) power section. Sounds better through my monitors.I have returned this and purchased an XT live. The models are great.Oh yeah, when played at the limits of its volume, the bass gets flubby and it lacks definition. Its just a practice amp. Probably cant use in a band setting unless your run to PA.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This amp ROCKS!

By OzelloPete

from Central Fl

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

Anyone who dings this amp for any reason obviously doesn't understand the interrelationship between bass guitar amplification, one square foot, 75 watts, one 10" speaker, 24 pounds. You absolutely can't go wrong here. You're gonna love this amp. To be clear, this is a practice and limited performance amp. But if you need to take it further, you can use the XLR (with cabinet modeling) or pre-amp outputs to the house PA or another amp for additional sound reinforcement. Line6 has packed a lot of bang for the buck in this little cube.
The LowDown Studio 110 has 4 standard amp models directly accessible from the 4 control buttons, plus two additional models accessible by pushing combinations of the the 4 buttons. Control knobs include a low and high mid adjustment, which is really nice for sound shaping. In addition, you get an opto compressor. Lots of tweaking and sound shaping options available.
Amp is solid; controls are adequate (amp model control buttons are a little soft, and I read some internet reviews that dinged Line6 for this, but I mean really - how much do they need to design these for?)
It absolutely rocks! I'm ready to sell my 600W bass rig at this point.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Well worth the price

By SquidTurbo

from Albuquerque, NM

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Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

I would highly recommend for someone looking for a grab and go combo. Or for someone who wants a bedroom amp that doesn't take up a lot of space. It is loud enough to hang with a drummer and band, provided the guitarist isn't playing through a Marshall stack. I have turned it to 10 and it gets plenty loud, but not deafening.
The tone shaping ability with the 4 band EQ is a real winner. The presets are nice to have as well, although I doubt anyone would use all 5 on a regular basis. Most people will have a favorite two and primarily work with those.
I had a Fender BDec before this, another 10 inch combo. The Line 6 is far superior as far as tone, punch, clarity, and volume go.
For the price, this is a great combo.
Gain, Volume, OptoComp, and a 4 band EQ. The 4 band EQ is really a great feature as it allows you control of how tight the sound is. With just a bass knob things can get flabby, and with just a treble it can get too bright. The two mid controls really help add definition when sculpting the sound. Easy to use and ever so handy.

The five presets are pretty good, although the Clean channel seems to be quieter (volume-wise) than the others. The Synth mode is fun to screw around with but doesn't track all that well, so you can't play particularly fast. Rock sounds nice and punchy. Grind adds a little distortion/fuzz to the sound. R&B is ok. Clean is probably the weakest of the bunch, just no real sparkle or definition, but still not bad. I should also say I am using a humbucker-equipped resonator bass, and that certainly affects the sound. If you have single coils your experience may be totally different.
Seems well made. No rattles or strange hums. Covering is tight. Knobs turn smoothly. Speaker sounds good for a 10 inch.
This is a great price on a portable bass combo, that doesn't sound like a toy.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

lowdown studio 110 combo bass amp

By truc nguyen

from virginia

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

great
I could not be any happier. It is light and very loud. It can be used on stage in the room of 500 people. I loved it.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp

By Grady Winders

from Wheatland, Wyoming

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

This is an awesome little AMP. The Line 6 110 Studio has plenty of power with great sound even when turned all the way up. This AMP has enough power to handle a room of 250 people or more. The many options for adjusting the way your bass sounds and then save those setting is just one off the many pleasures from this cube. I also played a music CD through it with excellent sound. My grandson liked it some much he asked not to turn the CD off after I had finished my practice session. I also put this AMP and sound options to the test through one of my large amps with two 15 inch speakers with outstanding results. The Synth is what it is, not something I would use. This is my favorite tool and my back loves it too.
Really like the opions provided for adjusting the sound, I am able to dial in the exact sound I like and can save it, is just awsome.
The quality of the housing and appearance are excellent.
Well Worth the money.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

BGW

By Brian Wirgau

from Florida

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

I'm totally impressed with this amp I played though a few big amps like an Earth tube amp with twin 15s and this Low Down has the tone I've been looking for. I had my eye on an amp that weighed more and higher power but it was three times the size. You can't go wrong with this amp it is studio quality and so clean it's scary. I don't buy amps every year and usually when I buy I end up keep looking because I didn't quite hit the mark but with this amp I hit the bulls eye. I wanted an amp that would have modeling and have enough power for a medium size venue, perfect match. The bottom on this amp is outstanding and only a 10 inch speaker. I learned a long time ago for this kind of volume you need speaker square inches and for head room like this you needed massive watts of power, well this amp put all of that technology in its place, in the past! If you looking for an amp to inspire your bass creativity this amp will do it at any volume. Oh, if you are playing a big venue just plug into the house system because this is a studio amp. I am impressed to say the least.
Amp modeling and the synth
Would've liked meteal corners but that's miner stuff it's the sound that counts
great value for the inspiration it brings out there is no price

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

almost....

By MorTone

from new england

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

the modeling is damn near perfect, i don;t use the synth but it is kind of the weak point. i think the b15 sound is money except it would be better w/ 100 watts and a 12" speaker...a 10" doesn't quite get it and it starts to distortb when u get this amp to the sweet spot.
does what it should
pretty darn good for the $
useful rugged and inexpensive

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Simply Amazing

By Peter Galligan

from Vermont

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

This amp was bought for home use to replace a very disappointing Peavey Max110. I highly recommend this amp for practice, or even to accompany accoustic guitar. Great sound!
A small amp with big sound, and amazing controls! I test-played this amp while vacationing in Florida, and just had to have one!
This amp is built like a brick. If it had better quality knobs, I'd rate it even higher, but that's a minor preference. The sound is full-featured, and the amp is very compact.
For the money, this is an incredible value.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Frankly, a great little bass amp!

By Frank-p7Cg-

from Frankstown

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

Frankly, I am surpised that Line 6 could fit all these features and power into a 12" square cube! Frankly, I own a ton of Line 6 gear, and they don't make a bad product. Frankly, I can't think of one bad thing to say about this cute little 24 pound rig. I am completely satisfied with all the great sounds and low end thump this 10" speaker pumps out...quite frankly.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A little monster

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

First off, I do love this amp. It has a really good sound, and you can dial it a tone you like and then save it, so you can always come back to that tone. For something so small, this thing is LOUD. I play with a pretty loud drummer who goes cymbal crazy, and this thing holds its own. I would like to be a bit louder, and I have to push it all the way up, but the good, rich sound is still there at high volume. However, for the quieter worship team at my church, this thing can easily do it all by itself. I only plug it into the house to get some more spread on the sound. On anything it can't do alone, but you have a 1/4 inch and XLR output, so you can have the little amp blasting away and have it going through the house, too. It's not an Ampeg stack, but if you want something that's very portable, good sounding, and versatile, you can't really beat this guy.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

WHAT NOISE?

By David L. Vasser

from Badin, NC

Comments about Line 6 LowDown Studio 110 Combo Bass Amp:

Mine is one of the most noise free combos I've ever owned! Even with high end headphones plugged in there is NO HISS or hum at all on mine. Sometimes I neglected to turn it off because it was so quiet. You should never crank ANY bass amp wide open. If you have to turn it up past 3 o'clock you need a bigger amp. Most of my amps I run around 12 to 1 o'clock. My Studio 110 runs fine around 2 or even 3 o'clock on the master. Is it perfect? Heck no. It is not the best bass amp ever on the market, but frankly I've owned most of the so-called "best" ones including Ampeg B-15, Marshall Super Bass, Ampeg SVT Classic, Sunn 2000S and frankly I'd rather carry the Studio 110 to rehearsal than any of those back-breaking dinosaurs. After nearly 3 years of truly grueling use including leaving it on for days at a time and forgetting it is in the trunk of my car in July, would I buy another Studio 110 if this one blew up? Absolutely I would be ordering one before the smoke cleared. Frankly I have beaten this thing like a 2 dollar mule. Would I recommend this amp to other players looking for a decent micro-bass amp at a reasonable price? I do every chance I get. The more I use it, the more confidence I gain in it. This is an itsy bitsy teenie weenie bass amp and easily the best mini for the money!

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