#1
I'm new to bass, and I've heard bad things about the spider series of guitar amps from L6. Are the Lowdown amps bad as well? Thanks
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#3
Use peavey or ashdown amps. My big brother plays bass and he uses an ashdown.
#4
The lowdown amps are probably decent starters, even though you could probably pick up a laney for the same price as an effects full lowdown. Which is probably better.
#5
there not horrendous, i have a 15 w line 6 low down which is alright for a practice amp, never had any faults with it and you can get a ok sound on it.

i would never buy the bigger line 6 amps because there's way better brands when your looking for a gig amp.
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#6
Like it says in the Bass FAQ, the only bad brand to avoid is Behringer. Line 6 do make some good amps, however these good amps are always the more expensive ones.

However I agree with most people on here buy an Ashdown, My starter amp was a 2x10 Ashdown rig for £100 and I really cannot fault the thing I just wish the speakers were a bit bigger!
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#7
Line 6 is fine. The Low Down's are actually pretty decent. There are other similarly priced amps I would spend my money on, but Line 6's bass stuff isn't half bad at all.

People need to realize that Line 6 isn't a bad company, despite the reputation of the Spiders. I mean, Line 6 ain't Markbass, but it ain't Behringer either.
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#8
you could probably pick up a laney for the same price as an effects full lowdown
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#10
As the owner of a Lowdown 175 line 6 shiny piece of crap I'd advise against getting one. However, they are infinitely greater than similiarly priced behringers. I'd say that line 6 was decent if they didn't riddle their amps with settings that make your bass playing sound like an elephant farting.
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#11
the lowdown bass amps are great for the price! way better than the horrible spider amps! the line 6 lowdown 110, you can't get a better bass amp at that price!