Line 6 StageSource L3t Reviews4.8/5.0 based on 4 customer reviews
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from Hesperia, CA
April 4, 2013Music Background:
Pro for 40 years
Love these speakers!Let me start out by telling you that I am a loyal Line 6 user and have been since I bought their first guitar amp in 1996. I know the quality of their gear so when my old Carvin PA needed replacing, I purchased two L3t speakers and am very happy with my choice. The fact that these speakers can take care of absolutely any amplification situation is a big plus! I have tried all the applications I could think of. Hey, they even work as recording monitors and even though I put them on stands at first, they sound great just sitting on the floor. I'm only using them for recording right now but I wouldn't hesitate to use them on stage. I think my next purchase will be the new mixer that really lets you use them to their full potential.
from Youngstown OH
October 29, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician, Recording/Live sound
Serious Musicians OnlyThis speaker is a must have for everyone from small vocal/piano or guitar duo in a hotel lobby to band at a large venue. I have used it for both, and let me just say that this is just rediculous.
I had QSC k series and they were great no complaints at all. These line six speaker are just in another ball park. I have the complete system. 2 l3t, 2l3m, and 2 l3s. I also have the M20d Stagescape (check there for review)
this systems greatest feature in my opinoin is L6link. WOW!!!!!!! I dont have to do anything in the line of setting up for the gig. This saves so much time and yields such great results, you will not be sorry.
The reason I said serious musicians only was because this system is a lot of money. Sure you can get one speaker and enjoy 10% of the benefits But to get the full spectrum, You Need The Full System. Guitar/vocals wont be disappionted with L3t at all.
from Worcester, MA
May 16, 2013Music Background:
Musician in a band
Awesome -I bought this primarily for use as an acoustic amp and for when our band does small shows. Bass player plays upright and he's going to get one too. I'm hoping we can tie the vocals between the 2 of them if and when he gets one. So far last night we had a rehearsal with it. Prior to that I was going from Fishman Aura Pedal (the big one) into a K12 which sounded pretty **** good. But this thing is the cats ***. My resonators have highlander pickups and I go from those into the Aura, into the mixer portion of this speaker. I found the setting (pa) not (acoustic) guitar to work best for what I'm using. I suppose that plugging my J45 with matrix UST pickup would have sounded good with the acoustic setting but with the aura pedal, set as PA mode seemed to sound best. All Eq were set default or flat and the thing sounded amazing. Even with our "hit em hard as you can drummer" we could hear this thing no problem, even with the volume set at 12:00. I realize I'm not using it for it's primary purpose, but this is a unique speaker that can do it all, and it's about time someone came up with something good like this. It's sort of like a Fishman soloamp but on steroids. At 1400 watts, this is what intrigued me about using this as an acoustic amp. Now I can use my Mesa MKV for the heavy stuff and this for the acoustic stuff. Loud as **** and sounds stellar. All across the tonal spectrum. Nice warm bass, no harsh top end and nice scooped mids even with default settings. I like it so much I might get another as well. What I'd love to see is some variation on the reverb. There's only one setting and I like my reverb a little more dense. Seems to sound thin for vocals, but that's not the primary reason I bought it. What they call modulation effect is just chorus, sounds decent. The price is right too, for what you get, but the bag is a tad expensive. I could see like $80 for the bag, but > $100 is a bit too much. But I hate having stuff unprotected, so I got the bag as well.
from Walla Walla
March 13, 2013Music Background:
Great SpeakerThis thing is solid. It seems built well and it is easy to manage. It has a large comfortable handle on the side and places to grab on both ends. The settings on this thing are amazing. I have not been able to utilize all of what it can do yet.
Only con is that the clip light comes on usually around half way. I was hoping this speaker would have been a little louder. (But it is still quite loud).
A potential design flaw, the knobs for the mic settings, acoustic guitar etc. are on the opposite side of the handle. This could cause a problem if carrying the speaker and setting it down (handle up) on something.