Line 6 Original inspired by the original high gain Big Bottom model About To create the Line 6 Badonk, the Big Bottom model from the XT code was rebuilt using new tools so that the overall EQ and pre-post distortion filtering matched. The previous tone stack was a little limited, so it was tuned up to [...]
Line 6 Original inspired by boutique mid-gain amps About Smooth-overdriving, easy to play, boutique mid-gain. The "Litigator" was born not constrained by making a model that matched a real world amp. It started from a Fender place like so many of the boutique amps, moving the tone stack to a different location later in the [...]
Line 6 Original About It's a heavily modified Mesa Rectifier. It sounds a bit like a Mark V Extreme setting.
Line 6 Original based on a Hot-rodded Marshall® JCM® 800. About Hot rodding would usually entail internal modifications to the amplifier. This could just be changing the odd resistor/pot/cap value to change drive levels, tone etc... Or it could actually be a change to the signal path itself, such as adding and extra gain stage [...]
Line 6 Original About Here’s a hybrid to fill a void for doom/sludge players. It’s a JCM800 preamp going into a Hiwatt® power amp with some additional tweaks, to give you large amounts of gain and a rich, sag-induced reaction with a whole lot of bass.
Line 6 Original About A metal-friendly beast that provides sustain for days at virtually any playing dynamic, giving up gobs of distortion with ease.
Line 6 Original About This high-voltage, face-melting original has interactive presence & mid-range controls, with more gain than you can shake a stick at. It has something from the first Bomber Uber.