#2
sorry but that the amp itself..........
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#4
Maybe it's just gender confused? Thinks it's a Vetta but it's not. Maybe it has a chip from a Flextone in it somewhere?

Have you tried turning down the gain?


Or maybe it's just going through a "phase"?
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#5
Quote by RIP Back in Red
Its a 30 Watt, and it is fuzzy and over - crunchy no matter what! I'm wondering what my problem is?

I beat all of you to saying, "It's a Line 6."

I KNOW IT SUCKS!!! But its the only amp I have


First of yeah. But the problem is not that it is a line6, the problem is that it is a spider 3. Everything else from Line6 is good stuff in my opinion.

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#6
Quote by gregs1020
Maybe it's just gender confused? Thinks it's a Vetta but it's not. Maybe it has a chip from a Flextone in it somewhere?

Have you tried turning down the gain?


Or maybe it's just going through a "phase"?


Yeah, but it still is really fuzzy and crunchy (unwantingly).

I think its going through ampuberty.
#9
Hey I have a Line 6 Spider also. I dont use it anymore, thank god, but after playing one show, it's like stuck on some weird distortion and I don't mean the desirable type. I was thinking it was the speaker busting, but I could be wrong. At low volumes it's not too bad, but crank it up past 5 and all hell breaks lose.


Not in a good way....... at all.
#11
Quote by RIP Back in Red


I think its going through ampopause.

fixed.

If it's not a setting, something is fried/busted, I'm sorry to say.
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