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The Flextone III family of amplifiers incorporated 32 Amp, 16 mix & match Cab & 12 effects models from the Vetta & PODxt generation products, FX loop, and MIDI support.The Flextone III was a mono, 75-watt, 1x12 combo amplifier.The mid-priced Variax 500 consisted of a basswood body, bolt-on maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and a special digital output to connect to supported Line 6 gear.This Variax 500 was the solid-body electric in a Gloss Black finish.The Mod Pro was a studio-friendly, rack mount effects unit, offering models of highly sought after phase shifter, flanger, chorus and other modulation-based effects units.The Filter Pro was a studio-friendly, rack mount effects unit, offering models of other-worldly filter & synth effects.USB connectivity was also added, allowing for its use as a computer audio interface as well as for upcoming Line 6 software.
The Bass POD harnessed the core of a POD 2.0 and transformed it onto a POD designed for bassists.
In the tradition of British "stack" amp designs, the 412T was the 4x12 speaker cab for use with Line 6 amplifiers.
The 412T featured a slanted front, designed to be used as a single cab, or mounted on top of a Line 6 412B for a full stack.
The amps in the Flextone had guitarist-friendly controls for dialing in amp tones and effects settings. Offered as both an upgrade kit for the Ax Sys 212 amplifier as well as a new amplifier product, the AX2 added several enhancements, including additional amp, speaker & effects models, improved control responsiveness and a new set of factory presets.
Amp Farm brought Line 6 modeling technology into a software plug-in format, allowing owners of Digidesign® Pro Tools® TDM digital audio workstations to reap the benefits of virtual amplifier & speaker sounds completely within their computer.