#1
Hi,

I though the idea that Line 6 created with their Amplifi 75 and 150 amps was really cool. If you aren't aware, they are modeling amps that you can control wirelessly through Bluetooth on your phone, and they double as a speaker set to play your music collection through.

However, they aren't without their downsides in that they have no effects loop, no built in looper, have mixed reviews on the functionality of the app and the quality of their Bluetooth connection, and seem to suffer the common L6 problem of having many modeling sounds but only a few good ones.

Are there any other amps that does this well, or is Amplifi pretty much it? Mainly I'm looking for something that plays guitar sounds well and can also be used to play my music collection through at good quality.
#2
Find a Pod and run it through an EV ZLX-12p. Excellent sound at any volume and a Pod is better than most Line 6 amps for guitar tone.
#3
Most modelling amps have an Aux connection so you can play your music through it. Of course, how good a quality you expect, I don't know.

Have you tried the Amplifi? They have them at the major chains. I'd recommend testing them out first. Reading reviews will only get you so far. With all the customization one can do, I doubt there aren't plenty of useful tones. It just comes down to learning the thing and spending some time with it.
#4
Quote by gabrielmukobi
Hi,

I though the idea that Line 6 created with their Amplifi 75 and 150 amps was really cool. If you aren't aware, they are modeling amps that you can control wirelessly through Bluetooth on your phone, and they double as a speaker set to play your music collection through.

However, they aren't without their downsides in that they have no effects loop, no built in looper, have mixed reviews on the functionality of the app and the quality of their Bluetooth connection, and seem to suffer the common L6 problem of having many modeling sounds but only a few good ones.



Try one. Don't depend on "reviews."