The new HX Stomp is the latest in Line 6’s HX processor series and a pedalboard-friendly version of the larger flagship Helix, offering all of the awesome modelling capabilities of its bigger brother.
The HX Stomp packs a lot into a small package, offering all of the features of the Helix in a pedal board friendly ‘stomp-able’ box.
The HX Stomp is packed with professional grade sounds. It’s a processor that lets you pick from over 300 amps, cabs, and effects – including a looper – all in a pedalboard-friendly housing.
The Stomp is super versatile, it can be added to your pedalboard, used as an add-on-tone expander, complete guitar or bass rig, or even as an audio interface for your studio.
The original Helix allowed players to combine multiple signal paths and combinations with over 100 effects, along with 72 amps, 37 speakers and 16 microphones. This proved to be too many options for many players, so Line 6 released the stripped-down HX Effects pedal earlier this year.
The HX Stomp, packs everything in, with no compromise. It has all the same effects and all of the amp and cab modellings of its big brother, the only limit being 6 simultaneous function slots… and your imagination.
Check out the Line 6 product page for more details.
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