Line 6 DT25 HD 25-watt Modeling Amp Head

25W Guitar Amplifier Head with Dynamic Analog Circuitry and HD Modeling
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Line 6 DT25 HD 25-watt Modeling Amp Head
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This Amp Completely Redefines Modeling

If you want a guitar amplifier that can do it all, then you want this amp! Line 6's DT25 series amplifiers kick modeling amplification up a notch the same way their POD HD line did. This isn't just the next step in modeling - it completely changes the meaning of modeling. Here's the basic idea behind the DT25: all great guitar tones are based on one of four basic voicings. These voicings can be described as American clean, English chime, English crunch, and modern high-gain. The DT25 uses the same ultra-high-resolution HD modeling found in their POD HD effects units to emulate these basic voices, and that's where the modeling (in a traditional sense) ends. The rest is pure tube genius.

And with a tube guru like Reinhold Bogner behind the design, we certainly didn't expect anything less. Bogner's design is one of the most flexible tube designs out there. The DT25 uses one 12AX7 preamp tube and two EL84 power amp tubes - nothing special there, right? Wrong! A couple of simple switches on the front panel let you flip the power amp stage from Class A to Class A/B and from triode to pentode mode. This dynamic analog circuitry lets you completely customize the way the DT25 responds to your playing style.

What's even cooler is how you can hook up a POD HD via the L6 LINK connection, and the DT25 will automatically reconfigure itself to match the tone you call up. The L6 LINK also lets you daisy-chain multiple DT25 series amplifiers via standard XLR cables. The DT25 is even perfect for recording and low-volume rehearsal. Just dial in the low-volume control, and you get the tone you want at the level you need. If you're recording, you can also go directly out of the DT25 via XLR. All told, the Line 6 DT25 is one amp you can count on to provide you with the massive range of genuine tone you need to play anything in any situation!

Line 6 DT25 Modeling Guitar Amplifier Head Features at a Glance:
  • Advanced HD modeling technology
  • Reinhold Bogner's most flexible tube design
  • 1 x 12AX7 preamp tube and 2 x EL84 power amp tubes
  • Simple and straightforward 2-channel design
  • Each channel has drive, bass, mid, treble, presence, reverb, and channel volume controls
  • Master volume control
  • Reconfigurable analog components (Class A/Class AB; pentode/triode)
  • Complete, 1-touch analog reconfiguration (via channel select switch)
  • Low-power mode
  • L6 LINK in/thru connection for POD HD integration
  • Serial effect loop with level control
  • Footswitch jack for channel switching
  • XLR direct out with cabinet simulation and ground lift switch
  • 4-, 8-, and 16-ohm speaker outs

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Hybrid
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 25W
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 4
Preamp Tubes 1 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x EL84
Inputs 1 x TS
Outputs 5 x TS (Speaker)
Effects Loop Yes
Footswitch I/O Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 99-021-0715

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DT 25 aka Mr. Versatility

I've played, tweaked and aurally abused this amp head and it has yet to let me down. ThIs is my main head, A/B'd right alongside my Boogie Mark V 25. She hangs right in there with the boogie! I absolutely love this heads versatility! Either alone or adding more tones via the HD 500X, you will not be disappointed in this amps musicality! I love the fact I can constantly search for tones... Always searching for that elusive perfect tone and she allows me to do it. Great and portable!!!
Music background: 30+ years of blood, sweat and tears...

Line6 DT25 HD is perfect....

Bill was right! The amp alone is worth it. Plugged my LP into it and WOW. The voicings are spot on. American clean had my G&L ASAT Bluesboy sounding all "country-fied", switched over to Brit Crunch and it was low end punch and a little break-up ala Vox. Went to Brit Chimey, and AC15 sounds great. Tried the Modern High Gain voice and plugged in my LP and WOW. That's what a LP is supposed to sound like when playing the heavy stuff...The amp can stand alone if you like it that way. Much like Mr Bill says it, I found it hard to want to plug in my POD HD500...I kept jamming with it. The low volume setting that you can throw on the back side via a switch makes that tone only at a fraction of the volume...very nice for keeping the piece with the wife. Tonight I will plug the HD500 in via the L6 link cable I bought with the amp and play around with that. I'm gonna follow the advice I've read and use the pre-amps of the modeled amps available with no cab sound processing to get the nearest reproduction of said amp. Can't wait to try this out. The amp is plenty loud. I normally gig with a Fender DeVille 212. It's volume (Fender) is tough to manage due to the type of vol. pots they put in it. This little combo is very manageable. I have an Egnator 112 cab I bought on sale and plugged this head into and it sounds awesome. The head is a little too big (hangs over the side about an inch each side) the foot pads are not completely on the cab...only about 2/3's of each foot pad are on the cab when the head is centered on it. Didn't buy the matching Line6 cab cause I was trying to save a little. I think it would be better with it for visual's sake and of course for fitment. I can't wait to gig with it, or rehearse with it...our drummer can crack the skins pretty good so this will be a good test. I like the responsiveness when's sensitive. Switching between channels is quick and clean...That ability to change the voicing by switching from class A to AB is seamless. You can throw those switches anyway you want as well. When gigging, we always mic guitar amps. I like that I will be able to go direct to the board without having to set up a mic stand and mic for the cab...less clutter. Only thing I wish they included with the head would be a cover of some sort. I can't find a Line6 product for it. I guess I'll have to ebay it...$50 for a fitted, padded cover custom made for the DT25 HD, oh well...If you're on the fence...I can recommend it. I come from a DeVille 212, Fender Mustang III, Mini Epiphone (5 watt class A amp). and this is gonna be my main amp for everything...
Music background: Semi-Pro (Peolple have paid me to play), Hobbyist

Line 6 DT25 HD

Just 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.
Music background: Hobbyist

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.
Music background: It does not 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.
Music background: Does it matter?
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