MESSE08: More Lowdown Bass Amps

Line 6 bass tones ready to take the stage in 400 and 750 watt Models      15/03/08

MESSE08: More Lowdown Bass Amps


Buying Choices
Line 6 has announced the LowDown LD400 Pro 2x10 combo, and HD400 and HD750 heads, the newest additions to the LowDown family of bass amplifiers.
Rich Renken, Line 6 Product Manager, had this to say, “The new LowDown bass amps will excite disciples of every bass playing style. The color and authenticity in these sounds will make you wish the show would never end!�
Here’s the detail in Line 6’s own words…
After falling head over heels for the sounds and features of the original, lower-wattage LowDown bass amps, artists began demanding bigger, louder, world-tour-worthy Line 6 bass rigs. From these demands, the LowDown LD400 Pro, HD400 and HD750 were born.
LowDown LD400 Pro, HD400 and HD750 include the full feature set of the original LowDown family: a complete palette of bass tones from five distinct amp models inspired by the sounds of legendary amplifiers and classic setups.
Fully loaded, each LowDown boasts a studio-quality compressor, synth bass and three Smart Control FX including Chorus, Envelope Filter and Octaver. Other intuitive features include an integrated chromatic tuner and four user-programmable memories (expanding to 36 with a Line 6 FBVâ„¢ pedal). And, of course, each LowDown amp features a balanced XLR direct out ideal for live performance or direct recording.
LowDown HD750, the big brother, pushes 750 watts at 4 ohms, LowDown HD400 pushes 400 watts at 4 ohms and LowDown LD400 Pro pushes 400 watts through two 10" speakers and a compression driver horn.
Pricing and Availability:
LowDown LD400 Pro MSRP: $799
LowDown HD400 MSRP: $599
LowDown HD750 MSRP: $799
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