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 ... Click To Read More About This Product
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.
CleanâInspired 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 & BâInspired 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!
GrindâAs 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.
Reviewed by 14 customers
I was looking for a small combo to use when there just isn't room for my Peavey 4x10 half stack. We play classic rock, pretty much all genres and eras, so I needed something that modelled a lot of different amps and tones, at an affordable price. When the salesman pointed me to the Line 6 Low Down Studio 110 I thought, "No way is this going to deliver". I was wrong, this little baby can kick! It impressed everyone in the band at rehearsal the next night. I've used it twice at gigs, once outdoors as a preamp for my Peavey stack, and once as a stage monitor, using the XLR direct in to the house PA. Great tones, easy to use, small package, low price. It fit my needs to perfection!
Jamerson's amplifier of choice at club performances was an Ampeg B-15; in larger venues, he used a blue Naugahyde Kustom with twin 15" speakers. On both, the bass was typically turned up full and the treble turned halfway up. On most of his studio recordings, his bass was plugged directly into the mixing console.
I bought this amp just a couple of hours ago but wow this thing is a BEAST. This amp has really good sound for such a small amp and it's really light to take to a practice. I would highly recommend this amp to anyone who is looking for a great portable amp that can really play. Thankyou line 6 for a great amp and thankyou guitar center for the great customer service.
I bought this amp as my second amp(previously using a fender rumble 15) and this amp blows it away. It has good features, I especially like the grind. I would say save you money a little more and get a half stack, but if you want an amp for band practice or recording, and maybe some gigs, this is it.
The first time I saw this amp on a stage I laughed, thinking that it was a joke. This is a no joke amplifier! while it does not have the volume of a large rig, it has way more than I expected from this small package. It keeps up with my practice sessions without plugging into the PA. And when used live it is plugged in to give control to the sound man, who can balance it while giving me a little extra for my ears only. the tone is wonderful, although I don't use the synth mode at all. again WOW I was very surprised and am very pleased with the tone and volume in this small package.
This is a great portable amp it has the Watt's to stand against a drum set. and it just sounds great! the effects are also a great thing to have i mainly use the Rock effect with no drive to get a great low end boost.and it is light weight 24lb.! I'm a weak 15 year old teenage and i have no problem carrying it. i also use it like a head because it makes my TKO̴� 115 by Peavey sound alot better.
when i was in the store i was looking for something nice for practice with. And in the price range.When thay showed me this i thot it was a joke. but this thing means buissness it had allmost evrything but the tuner unfortunetly my friend has a duble bass drum set wich makes this small amp look like mash potatos.So loud enuf for gigs but' if thars a loud drumer i would get something a little bigger. but its loud enuf to let everyone in the Guitar Center and Samash know your thare. :)
when i first got this amp i felt a bit nervous. I thought that this amp wouldnt be loud enough live. But right when i took it home i cranked it up and i was surprised at how much power it had. I also sat down for a couple hours reading the manual and it has a lot of different eq's. It can play slap and pop, metal, rock, etc. Its a great bass amp to start out with. Its not too heavy or too light. just right. There was one problem i found about a year after i bought it (i have had it for about five now). Everytime i turn the amp on and then turn it back on later to play it, it plays like all the knobs are turned all the way up. So everytime i turn it on i have to change it back to what it was like before. Its not a huge problem though. It only takes a couple seconds.\ Thats the only reason i gave this product a 4 star. Other than that i would recommend to anyone. Great amplifire.
I was looking for a small light amp to replace a heavy rehearsal amp I've used for nearly 25 years. I went to the Charlotte Guitar Center to buy a MarkBass CMD12P but came home with the Line 6 instead and kept about 350 dollars in my pocket. I've beaten my Line 6 Studio 110 like rented mule for over 3 years. I think I got one of the very first ones around here. I had never heard of that model before I saw it at the store. This is the first amp I've ever owned that was not USA or British made, but it has held up remarkably well and I've gotten my money's worth already and if it blew up or was stolen I'd buy another in a flash. The first year I had it I used it for rehearsals, home practice and home recording. The more I used it, the more confidence I gained in it until I first used it at a gig in the orchestra for the stage musical "Footloose" which has a bass heavy line that can get lost in the guitars, keys, horn & Latin percussion sections. The sound tech said to bring the smallest amp I had, so I brought the little Line 6 and he swore it sounded fine stand-alone with no direct out in the theater. I got tired of dragging my Ampeg/Avatar stack around to gigs with my R&B/classic rock band and the sound guy kept telling me to turn the Ampeg stack down. So I decided to try it with the loud party band. I bought an adjustable tilt stand, put it in front of me to point at my head like a monitor with a patch out from the amp to the PA. So the sound tech can mix it like he wants and I can hear it fine. If your band has a PA with beefy subs and lots of power you can do that with this amp and the tech can get the mix just right and you can sell the big rig or save it for major outdoor gigs. This amp is not suitable for big gigs without a direct out to a powerful PA with subs. I have recorded direct out with this amp too and have been very happy with the results. Features this amp are missing are few but I would like a built in tuner, a horn tweeter, about 25 more watts and a tilt back mechanism like the picture frame stand on the Ibanez Promethean. But for what it is and what it costs the Studio 110 is a winner. I've been playing since 1968 and I've had lots of amps by all the big names. This is the most versatile in tone and the one I enjoy carrying around the most. I get asked all the time, "What in the world is that amp?" For the money you won't find a louder more versatile micro-combo. It isn't the best amp in the world by any means, but it's size is deceiving and what everyone comments upon. At this point in my career, if I could have ONLY one amp, this is the one I'd have.
I got this amp about two weeks ago and so far no problems. The product contains 5 models as well as the synth. The Brit model listed on the upper models IS available, it is just a "special feature" which has to be activated when you turn the amp on. You can check out how in the instruction booklet at Line 6's website, or when you buy the product. Each model works well although it takes some time to tweak it to exactly how you would like it. Also, i've heard of some people getting some type of echo/electronic sound on the clean funtion and i personally thought it sounded like my synth was still sort of on. All you need to do is to set the model memory for that function for the sound you like because what appears to be happening is that it is still funtioning under part of the previous model, a "snapshot" as they call it. The amp is really light and it sits perfectly in the front seat of my car. I have not played any form or gigs with it but it deffinately packs some sound. There is also a -10db button for restriction near the input jack. Also, as a side note, the intruction booklet is helpful with in depth description of the synth as well as describing how to use the compressor which i know some people who are beginning arent always sure of. There is a threshold light that also flashes/goes on with the compressor. Overall, it's a good buy for a beginner--if you are willing to spend this much, but deffinately a great practice amp--which is what i use it for, or something to take away to college. I play it with a Fender MIM Jazz and it sounds great with pop, slap, finger and pick style.
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