#2
DON'T BUY IT!!!!

FOR TEH LOVE OF GOD DON'T BUY IT!!!!
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#3
here, let me point you in the direction of idiotville

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#4
Quote by WTF!!is a TAB
DON'T BUY IT!!!!

FOR TEH LOVE OF GOD DON'T BUY IT!!!!



^^This.

Answer these questions:

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#5
calm down Alfred...
Anyways absolutely don't buy it if you're going to play gigs with it., way underpowered.
If it's just for practice, i guess so but it's not great... I had a 30W one believe me, *shudder* but then i got the 150W one, which owns.
Bottom line if you are getting a Line 6 and want good tone, get at least a 120W one.
#6
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#7
i have one. i bought it because i had a very low budget (max £100) and as i was only using it for practice i bought the 15 watt one. i have found that it is a sturdy amp and by buying it you dont have to splash out more for pedals.
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#8
Quote by Guns&Rosesman49
calm down Alfred...
Anyways absolutely don't buy it if you're going to play gigs with it., way underpowered.
If it's just for practice, i guess so but it's not great... I had a 30W one believe me, *shudder* but then i got the 150W one, which owns.
Bottom line if you are getting a Line 6 and want good tone, get at least a 120W one.



No. Just, no. Its only decent at practice/bedroom levels. Anything over that and its a stupid buy.
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#9
Quote by Guns&Rosesman49
calm down Alfred...
Anyways absolutely don't buy it if you're going to play gigs with it., way underpowered.
If it's just for practice, i guess so but it's not great... I had a 30W one believe me, *shudder* but then i got the 150W one, which owns.
Bottom line if you are getting a Line 6 and want good tone, get at least a 120W one.


No. You fail.

If you want a good tone, don't get a spider. 120W is just gonna be a bigger practice amp with terrible tones.

If you want a line 6 try a vetta or a flextone or hell even a spider valve.

If you only have a budget of around the same price of a spider, you could get a peavey vypyr which are much better.
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#10
Quote by Guns&Rosesman49
calm down Alfred...
Anyways absolutely don't buy it if you're going to play gigs with it., way underpowered.
If it's just for practice, i guess so but it's not great... I had a 30W one believe me, *shudder* but then i got the 150W one, which owns.
Bottom line if you are getting a Line 6 and want good tone, get at least a 120W one.



sorry but
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#11
Troll?! I believe so If not i'm sure you'll need a bigger flame shield.

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sorry but

WTF FTW!!!! but seriously he has the right to laugh in your face like that...
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#13
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Im buying a 15 or 30 watt one

no your not.
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#14
I went and bought a 75 watt one yesterday
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#17
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I went and bought a 75 watt one yesterday


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#18
Quote by BoxerLadABC
I went and bought a 75 watt one yesterday

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#20
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I went and bought a 75 watt one yesterday

Bad move.
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#21
IMO the Line6 models aren't too bad.... for models. I use a $99 Gear Box plug in to record bass because, it's cheap and it sounds pretty good recorded direct. The problem with the Spider III amps is the actual amp part sucks. Maybe if you had a 1000 watts with tons of headroom and JBL monitors, but why bother when there are so many other good amps out there.
#23
Seriously, just why. I can't stand the spiders or the vyper, it's so damn hard to get anything resembling tone out of them in my experience.

Get a half decent practice amp, don't regret buying it, enjoy decent tone.
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#25
Quote by BobDetroit
IMO the Line6 models aren't too bad.... for models. I use a $99 Gear Box plug in to record bass because, it's cheap and it sounds pretty good recorded direct. The problem with the Spider III amps is the actual amp part sucks. Maybe if you had a 1000 watts with tons of headroom and JBL monitors, but why bother when there are so many other good amps out there.

no, the models in the solid state spiders suck compared to the other line 6 models. the only products they use these low quality models for are the spider I, II and III amplifiers. just allround not very good amplifiers.

digital modelling doesn't always suck though. the line 6 spider modelling is bad because line 6 have other higher end models that they don't want to make redundant by making a cheap alternative which is anywhere near as good. but it's an ok practice amp for a beginner nonetheless.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

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#26
gods, i mean, you, the unhappy guy who bought spider, why to make thread if you didnt care about UGers opinions?
#27
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gods, i mean, you, the unhappy guy who bought spider, why to make thread if you didnt care about UGers opinions?

Am I the only one that realized this guy was a troll?

Edit: Apparently not.

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This guy did too.
#28
Wow you guys need to stop jumping all over this... it's sad, really.

Obviously this guy is a troll, but even if he wasn't, you should be ashamed (most of you that posted here, that is). They aren't great, sure, but they're alright for a beginner amp and most beginners are happy with them. Their tone isn't amazing, but when the player develops an ear for tone then can decide what kind of amp they want to upgrade to. It's not like the person is going out and buying the last amp they'll ever get.