#1
I have a Spider II 15w, and right now I can't afford a new amp. I'm not entirely unsatisfied with this amp, it's not all that bad, although obviously it could be better. I was just wondering if a pedal would make it sound better, or is it not really worth it?
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#3
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#5
^+1 Modeling amps don't take pedals particularly well.
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#6
live with it till you can upgrade.

i was running a G7 to a sipder II 30w.

i cbf setting it back up, so i play straight to amp, (either way sounds digital)

so save duder.
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#7
well, it is a modelling amp for a start, so you lose alot of the natural sound to digitization, so turn off all those built in FX because there crappy anyways.

look into some of the amp modelling pedals, i saw one for a fender twin reverb in guitar world a while back, and it did a pretty good job of getting the sound.

or don't be lazy and buy a good amp, and staying inline with typical UG answers, Peavey Valveking is the answer to everything dude....
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