#1
Long story short; Buddy's got a way old peavey backstage 30 using a 10 inch speaker. My spider 15W has a 10 inch speaker. No way in hell the Line 6 will top the peavey. Line 6 is losing a speaker.

While I'm ripping the speaker out, I'm wondering what else I can do in the way of customizing it. Are there any mods out there I can attempt as far as making it sound a little bit better than crap?
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#2
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#3
Well, try to find out if there's a way to take out the digital components and hook it up to your computer. Try to load a different amp simulation software from Line 6 on to it. I have a Spider and I use the Line 6 Gearbox, and the Gearbox sounds much better. Try going to the Line 6 forums and seeing if there's any extensive modding you can do like that.
#4
It would make a terrible preamp.

That you could pawn, for 6 dollars or so.
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#5
Not really anything you can do to it.
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#6
sell it to n00b
save the earned money
and get a better amp
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#7
Aren't all the Line 6's digital? There's not much potential there. You should mod out the Peavey if anything.

I've got a Peavey Blazer 158 practice amp I'm planning on using for a 'How to improve a practice amp' thread/tutorial.
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#8
an axe through the middle might be an improvement?

and on a more serious note
you could just desolder the whole thing and use the bits off it.
for example, if it has a couple of jacks you could take them, add a momentary push button switch and you have the components for a killswitch pedal :P
#9
Don't waste your time trying to get out the components. How do you think they make them so cheaply?
I would either try to sell it, or remove the amp section altogether and replace the speaker and just use it as an extension cab.
#10
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Don't waste your time trying to get out the components. How do you think they make them so cheaply?
I would either try to sell it, or remove the amp section altogether and replace the speaker and just use it as an extension cab.

+1 to selling it

even if he needs an extention cab, selling the spider should cover the cost of a new speaker and wood to throw together a little 112.

win-win

..sorta
#11
Its digital so don't go exploring. You will find that a lot of the components are the size of pinheads and one accidentally charged component will ruin the whole thing. Line 6s die the way computers die, without warning and typically from one tiny little component malfunctioning. Not worth the effort.
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