What are the Line 6 HX Stomp Dimensions?
Roughly 7" x 5" x 2.5"
The Line 6 HX Stomp is a mid-sized multi-effects processor that's heavy for its size (roughly two pounds) and takes up a pedalboard footprint of approximately 7 x 5 inches. We've listed additional measurements taken ourselves in the list below.
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We got a chance to test the Line 6 HX Stomp in-house, which was a lot of fun given the 300ish sounds that are on-board this pedal. You can checkout our full Line 6 HX Stomp review if interested. On this page, we're dealing specifically with dimensions.
We'll cover the documented dimensions provided by Line 6 and a few other measurements we took ourselves.
Here's our summary of the Line 6 HX Stomp dimensions:
Full List of Line 6 HX Stomp Dimensions
- Height: 2.6"
- Width: 7.01"
- Depth: 4.96"
- Weight: 1.75 lbs.
- LCD screen width: 2.4"
- Approx. pedalboard width foot print: 7.5"
- Approx. pedalboard depth foot print with angled cables: 6"
- Approx. pedalboard depth foot print with straight cables: 7"
- Approx. spacing between three foot switches: 2"
- Approx. spacing between cable jacks: 0.33"
- Approx. spacing between LCD control knobs: 0.66"
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Is the HX Stomp heavy?
A lot of multi-effects pedals have a much larger footprint than the HX Stomp and are heavier, like the Line 6 Helix, for example. But for its size, the Stomp is surprisingly heavy in your hind. It definitely feels like a brick in your hand, like it could break a windshield without a lot of effort.
Once it's on your pedalboard it's not going to move around much, even before you drop some Velcro on it.
What size pedalboard would be best for the Stomp?
For testing we used a Pedaltrain Metro 24, which gives you plenty of width with the HX Stomp in the left-most position.
We could add a few Boss pedals and a wah if needed.
But there are a lot of different ways to run/hook up the HX Stomp. You can check them out on the Line 6 product page.
Product page: Line 6 HX Stomp
Will I even need other pedals?
Unless you prefer a certain pedal for particular effects, the HX Stomp has so much packed into it that you really don't need any additional effects.
One of the benefits of multi-effects pedals is that you don't need much additional gear.
Do I need an amp?
Again, you can use an amp, but you don't need it.
The HX Stomp can go direct to an audio interface for recording or to a mixer/PA-system for performances.
All told, it saves you a ton of space.
The Line 6 HX Stomp dimensions only tell a small part of the story. It's really about the space saved elsewhere that helps you out the most.
If you have questions about this powerful pedal, feel free to reach out via the comments section below.
We'll see you there.
Written by GC Editorial on Pedals and Comparisons
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