Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head  

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The Line 6 HD750 is a bass amp head, that much like its LD400 Pro combo and HD400 amp head brother, offers LowDown tone in a rack-mountable amplifier that gives you 750W (at 4 ohms), 375W (at 8 ohms) ... Read More

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Overview

The Line 6 HD750 is a bass amp head, that much like its LD400 Pro combo and HD400 amp head brother, offers LowDown tone in a rack-mountable amplifier that gives you 750W (at 4 ohms), 375W (at 8 ohms) of power. The LowDown HD750 has 5 popular, adjustable tones, including Rock, Clean, R&B, Grind, and Brit. The Line 6 HD750 amp head gives working players great power, tons of versatility, and commanding tonal definition. It also comes with a set of 5 crucial effects, including a studio-quality compressor based on the Teletronix LA-2A from the 60's, the Smart Control FX Envelope Filter, Octaver, Chorus, and a full-featured bass Synth with fully adjustable parameters.

The HD750 amp head features great ins, outs, and hardware like two NL4M-series Speakon speaker outputs, a balanced XLR direct output with exclusive A.I.R. processing, a 1/4" preamp output, an FBV jack, and rock-solid construction specifically designed to help it survive the road life.

Amp Models:
Clean

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

R&B

Inspired by a '68 B-15 Flip Top, this model is a tribute to those clean, fat, bass tones of the late 60's and early 70's. It is the kind of tone you hear on most Motown recordings, as played by the pioneering young bassist James Jamerson.

Rock

This model is inspired by the '74 Ampeg SVT which has appeared on innumerable recordings and arena stages worldwide. Now, all the tone of the head and 300-pound behemoth 8x10 cab is available without having to lookup a chiropractor.

Brit

Based on a '68 Marshall Super Bass, this model delivers the kind of overdriven bass sounds brought to us by late '60s British rock pioneers like Cream and The Who.

Grind

As the name would suggest, this is for the modern rock sound of the late '90s and the new millennium popular in bands like Alice in Chains, Mudvayne, and Rage Against The Machine. Based on a distorted SansAmp PSA-1 into an SVT with a direct clean bass signal mixed in, this model gives you that angry, clear, and punchy aggression that cuts through the mix and takes your sound to DEFCON 1.

Effects models:
Compressor

This pro LA-2A-style compressor is ideal for helping every bass player - particularly the ones who play with their fingers -- achieve a smooth and consistent signal at any volume.

Envelope filter

Based on a Q-Tron, this envelope filter effect can be heard on tons of major funk and rock tunes.

Octaver

Based on the EBS OctaBass, this effect produces a single note one octave below the note you're playing to add a powerful new vibe to your sound.

Chorus

Based on the much loved T.C. Electronic Chorus, this transparent, smooth, and expressive chorus was built for bass, and using it won't reduce your low end. It's an especially beautiful complement for fretless basses.

Synth

Sitting at the back of the model knob is this secret weapon that turns LowDown into a '70s classic bass synth. From funk to modern rock, this fully adjustable synth delivers incredible tones while tracking every dynamic move you make.

Features
  • 5 bass amp models: Clean, R&B, Rock, Brit, and Grind
  • 5 bass effects: dedicated studio-grade Compressor; 3 Smart Control FX including Envelope Filter, Octaver, and Chorus; and a fully adjustable bass Synth
  • Deep switch for supreme fatness
  • 4 programmable channel memories, 36 with optional FBV Shortboard controller
  • Front-panel tuner
  • NL4M-series Speakon four-pole mono speaker output for external cabinet
  • Balanced XLR direct output with exclusive A.I.R. processing (plug straight into the snake at the gig or into the board at the studio)
  • 1/4" preamp output
  • Headphone out
  • 1/8" CD/MP3 input
Specifications
  • 750W (at 4 ohms), 375W (at 8 ohms)
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Line 6LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head
 
4.6

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4.0

I would have rated it 5 stars BUT........

By J. Bone

from Northern California

Comments about Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head:

The LowDown HD750 is indeed all it claims to be, no suprize there (I like Line6 gear a lot). The HD750 seems like a nuclear powered bass floor pod. The main thing I like about it is that it makes a wide range of really useable sounds using just one cabinet (I am using a Trace-Elliot 1x15 w/piezo). I would have rated it 5 stars BUT, like all other bass amp modeling units, they did not model what I consider to be the greatest hard rock/metal bass amp of all time..........the Galien-Kruger 800RB. Yo Line6 bigwigs......model the GK 800RB amp and my cabinet scheme (Carvin 4x12 and 1x18 stack) in the next version upgrade and I will happily coff up that last star. If you are a bass player who could use massive versitility and massive power in a single amp and would like to NOT have to break your back and your truck anymore from lugging tons of gear everywhere you go, give the HD750 a try. You won't be sorry. -J. Bone

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5.0

Wow!!

By Richtx6

from Fort Worth Texas

Comments about Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head:

Just got this amp head yesterday and hooked it up. Wow is it load and has so many effects that are useful. This thing looks great and sounds even better. Hard to beat for the bucks.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I Stole It!!!

By P4CBassman

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head:

For this price and this sound, sorry Line 6 I am keeping this one!!! What a steal!!!

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5.0

Doesn't Matter What You Play...

By ORIGINs' Ex-Bassist Doug

from Kansas City, MO

Comments about Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head:

Good God! I just got rid of the Horrible Peavey 700 Watt "Tour Series" head I had due to a defect.We won't go there. SO I needed a replacement...I've been playing bass ONLY for 30 years, and have played through virtually them all... Well after reading some reviews I decided to give the Line 6 HD750 a try. Amazing to say the least. I PLAY DEATH METAL, so I'm all about Loud & Clear sound, ala D.D.Verni? This amp delivers! No more overheating Ampegs, or Clipping Peaveys for me. Beginner or Expert, this one won't be a financial mistake. Get it.

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4.0

So far so great

By Philly Bass Dude

from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Line 6 LowDown HD750 750W Rack Mount Bass Amp Head:

I preordered a LowDown HD750 based on the fit of the features I was looking for, and on the reputation of Line6. I would say that so far it has at least met, if not exceeded, my expectations. Because my band plays a lot of covers, I wanted an amp that would enable me to produce a wide variety of different tones. I also needed to be able to practice through headphones, but also be able to power a big stack when playing live. I needed all of that in one package. That's a tall order, but the LowDown has delivered on all. My biggest gripe is that it's 3 rack spaces high, and shallow. I wish it was 2 high and deeper so it would fit in a smaller rack, but so the outputs in the rear would be easier to access when the unit's in a rack. The synth function takes a lot of fiddling to get a useable sound, but it has been fun to play with. The amp models are fantastic and cover a wide array of sounds. The effects are so-so, but aside from the occassional octave or chorus effect, I won't be using them much. It would be nice to combine the effects, but you only get one at a time. Overall, I'm very pleased. This has become my practice amp, and acts as a slave to my Ashdown head when playing live.

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