#1
ok i know everybody hates line 6 amps but i dont know why really so can some1 tell me? Also, whats wrong with Marshall MG's?
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#2
i think they sound horrible, muddy and horrible.

The real high end amps are decent, but they get a pretty crummy rep from their cheaper ****
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#3
There's only one reason not to like an amplifier. Both the Line6 Spiders and the Marshall MGs sound rubbish.
#4
basically its the tone

i've never played an mg but they are supposed to soudn liek crap and break easily

and its not all line 6 amps its mostly the spider II that everyone hates, i dont like it because it sounds so digital, has no warmth like a tube amp

i happen to know 2 people who use the vetta II and it sounds great

but basically its all preferance and most people on this forum hop on bandwagons
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#5
ya everyone basically has it they just sound liek garbage they are poorly put together and break easy much better amps out there for that money.

In all reality though a MG wouldnt be so bad if it costed like 15 bucks
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#6
ok then, which one would you say is better, spider 2 or mg?
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#8
The Vox valvetronix or Roland Cube series kick their asses into the ground so much it's funny.
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#9
Not all Line 6's suck. The Vettas and the Flextone II heads sound better than a lot of tube amps out there and are MUCH more versatile. The only problem people have with them is the fact that if they're going to spend over $1000 dollars on a head, they figure they might as well get a tube amp. It's all preference though.
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