Line 6 Unveils Ultra-Compact Lowdown Studio 110
(Line 6 | Posted 2006-11-09)
Line 6, Inc., the leader in digital modeling instruments and professional recording products for musicians, announced today the newest addition to the LowDown™ line of bass amplifiers, LowDown Studio 110. With superb tone, and flexibility for live and studio use, LowDown Studio 110 offers incredible sonic flexibility in a convenient 1’ foot cube with 75-watts and a custom-designed 10-inch speaker.
“Studio 110 offers pure rock bass tones in an affordable combo designed for the gigging and recording bassist on the go,” said Darrell Smith, manager of amplification and sound design, Line 6. LowDown Studio 110 has four essential bass amp models and an incredible bass synth that deliver dialed-in tones for everything from classic funk to modern rock and beyond.
LowDown Studio 110 also features a modeled vintage studio compressor, headphone out, CD/MP3 in for jam-along, a studio quality XLR direct out with Line 6’s exclusive Bass POD® amp and cab modeling that’s the “go to” for studio direct recording and a line level Preamp Out. “Using the LowDown Preamp Out, you can easily take your tone from studio to stage simply by jacking into the house or rehearsal studio rig,” explained Smith.
LowDown Studio 110 (1x10 – 75-watts) $349.99, ($249.99 Street)
LowDown LD150 (1x12 – 150-watts) w/ Tilt Back monitor design $399.99
LowDown LD175 (1x15 w/horn – 175-watts) $499.99
LowDown LD300 Pro (1x15 w/horn – 300-watts) $599.99
About Line 6, inc. Incorporated in 1996, Line 6 is a music gear manufacturer dedicated to developing music products to inspire creativity both on the stage and in the studio. Headquartered in Calabasas, California, Line 6 currently has a presence in over 60 countries worldwide with offices in California and the United Kingdom. In just under seven years, Line 6 has grown from an original team of 10 to over 200 employees. As the pioneer of digital modeling guitar amplifiers, Line 6 has created award-winning products for guitarists, bass players, and engineers, working both on stage and in the studio. For more information visit www.line6.com.