The Line 6 LowDown HD750 Bass Amplifier Head gives you indispensable tones ranging from rock and grind to R&B and clean.
The recipe for one great gig after another, night after night, HD750 features an array of necessary ins, outs and hardware including two NL4M-series Speakon speaker outputs, a balanced XLR direct output with exclusive A.I.R. processing, a 1/4-inch preamp output and rock-solid construction specifically designed to withstand the rigors of the road. The HD750 offers uncompromising power, extraordinary versatility and commanding tonal definition for the pro player.
Line 6 LowDown HD750 Features
- 5 Incredible Bass Amp Models: Clean, R&B, Rock, Brit, and Grind
- 5 essential bass effects: Compressor, Chorus, Evelope Filter and more
- Deep switch for supreme fatness
- 4 programmable channel memories, 36 with FBV Shortboard
- Front-panel tuner
- Operates at 750 watts (4 ohms) or 375 watts (8 ohms)
- 2 NL4M-series Speakon four-pole mono speaker outputs
- Balanced XLR direct output with A.I.R. processing (plug straight into the board)
- 1/4-inch preamp output
- Jack for FBV Express or FBV Shortboard
- Requires three rack spaces
A crucial set of five essential effects, led by a dedicated studio-quality compressor based on the immortal LA-2A, including must-have Smart Control FX Envelope Filter, Octaver and Chorus, and a full-featured bass Synth with fully adjustable parameters.
Inspired 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.
Inspired by the ‘68 B-15 Flip Top, this model is a tribute to those late 60s and early 70s clean, fat bass tones. It is the kind of tone you hear on most Motown recordings, as played by a pioneering young bassist, James Jamerson.
This model is inspired by a classic of the genre, 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.
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.
As 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 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.
This pro LA-2A-style compressor is ideal for every bass player and particularly useful for the ones who play with their fingers—achieve a smooth and consistent signal at any volume.
Based on a Q-Tron, this is the baddest envelope filter on the planet. This effect can be heard on tons of major funk and rock tunes.
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.
Based on the much loved T.C. Electronic Chorus. This is the most transparent, smooth and expressive chorus ever built for bass—and using it won’t reduce your low end. It’s especially beautiful with fretless basses.
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!