Line 6 DT25 HD Reviews4.9/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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from Perrysburg, Ohio
March 25, 2012Music Background:
Line 6 DT25 HDJust got this yesterday and like the others it's been non-stop playing. I'm a jazz guy and this is so clean yet so many takes on the voicings. The reverb is perfect. I bought the cabinet also and it is more than worth the price....a must have. I can highly recommend this head/cab combo.
from Columbus, Ga
March 22, 2012Music Background:
It does not matter.
Ah! What a piece of work- what a piece of awesomeness....I love it. I love it. I love it.
Will someone else please write a review.
Tell us what you think, please.
from Columbus, GA
March 9, 2012Music Background:
Does it matter?
Wow. Wow! Wow again! I am so happy.I don't really know what to say about this amp -- except this: I cannot stop playing it!
And, the switch in the back, lets you play at night with the saturation, although not with the headroom. But, nonetheless, I love it!
I got the POD HD 500 in the mail today. I ordered it from Sweetwater after getting the amp -- because the POD 500 is what makes the Line 6 DT-25 a working and useful amplifier.
But, I've been so excited about the amp, I could not bring myself to do due diligence to the POD 500 today. It is still in the box -- sort of.
I love this amplifier. I own a Mesa Boogie Mark V; VHT Sig X; any number of Roland Cubes; 2 Egnaters; Mesa Calibre .50; Roland JCM 120; -- and effects and processors out the wazoo!
But, let me just say this: All I have done for 3 days -- 3 days -- is plug straight into the Line 6, and enjoy myself.
Get this amp. Or not. Get it. Just get it.
If you are a first time Sweetwater visitor -- then take my word: Take the plunge, get the amp. It it doesn't work, or it breaks, Sweetwater will take care of you.
Dennis and Zach have taken care of me numerous times.
That is all I have to say.
from columbus, ga
March 7, 2012Music Background:
I am blown away.After some 10 hours of non-stop Line 6 DT25 through a Mesa Boogie cabinet -- I cannot hear a thing! I was so impressed by the sound of this amplifier, that I ordered (from Sweetwater) the POD HD 500.
If you buy his amp you will not be unhappy.
from United States
February 13, 2013Music Background:
It really is amazing.WOW. Lived with this bad boy for a week now, and have nothing but good things to say about it.
Let me put it this way. The major draw of the DT series is supposed to be that it sounds amazing with a POD HD-series plugged in. (Spoiler: it does.) But I spent the first four days I owned the DT25 just playing the amp as it came out of the box - no effects, no POD, just a guitar plugged straight in. My POD HD500 stayed in its road case until the fifth day. It's THAT GOOD.
It's nothing short of amazing as a standalone amp. If you've ever wondered if there was going to be a product that fused the best sounds of the major ampmakers, you've found it. The clean is Fender Blackface clean; the crunch is Marshall crunch; the chime is Vox chime; and the high-gain is Mesa high gain, all with tube authority and a ridiculous amount of volume on tap, No, seriously. Take the Master up to nine o'clock and it will punch you in the face; take it up to twelve and it will rip your face right off. I won't spend this review rerunning how decibels work, but unless you're playing a gigantic club or stadium without a PA, this has all the gain and punch you'll need. It sounds great plugged into the matching DT25 cab, into my existing 4x12, into a Seismic 2x12, you name it.
So, with the POD plugged in, you get a whole other level of ease of use and sonic variety, and I could go on and on about that, but I won't. I repeat: this is an outstanding amp out of the box, regardless of whether you own a POD or not. Jacking in the POD just adds to the experience. It's icing on the cake. But I may or may not ending up playing it with the POD. I may just play it as it is, and that leads me to the half-star deduction.
So what's the half-star deduction for? The footswitch. Or lack thereof. Line 6 doesn't include one in the box. Switching via the POD will do footswitch duty for you, of course, and you can certainly pick up a TRS one-button footswitch for cheap. But for the price, they should've tossed one in. Yes, I know that's a marketing decision, but still. Come on.