#1
I have a line 6 spider II 150 watt amp..
and the problem with it is..that i have the volume up on it right..but all of a sudden while im playing the sound drops out of no where and it randomly goes back up ..idk what the problem is =\..help
#2
Quote by s0medo0d
I have a line 6 spider II 150 watt amp..
and the problem with it is..that i have the volume up on it right..but all of a sudden while im playing the sound drops out of no where and it randomly goes back up ..idk what the problem is =\..help


use ur warranty

those amps arn't as quality as others.
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#3
the main problem is that it is a spider no, just kidding, i have one as well but i never had problems like that
maybe you should take it to a guitar shop and let a technician see what's up
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#6
It's called tremolo
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#7
Quote by s0medo0d
AMP PROBLEM: I have a line 6 spider II 150 watt amp..



Fixed your post for ya...lol

I also would suggest looking at your cable or have you tried playing on a different amp to make sure it is not a problem with a connection in your guitar jack?
#8
Quote by Exo M7
It's called tremolo

You beat me to it.
If that's not it, warranty or return it. For $400 you could get a nice used amp.
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#9
If you have tried other guitars and cables so know its an amp issue you have few choices. As its a spider 2 its unlikely to be under warranty so it might make a decent door stop. Getting SS, even worse digital spiders, diagnosed and fixed can be an expensive proposition if at all. And it may only solve the problem in the short term. Spiders arent known for their long term reliability.