#1
I currently Own a 30W Line 6 Spider II. I've had for about a year and a half and I'm looking for something that can work better, without rapeing my wallet. SO I was searching muscians friend and I happened to come across a XT65R 65W Guitar Combo Amp by Crate, So my question is, which one is better, would it be worth selling my Line 6 for the crate?
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#2
I've got a Crate GTX212.
Compared to my friends Line 6's, the Crate is like asking what would get you more drunk: a shot of whiskey or a Texas mickey of Jack Daniels.

The crate, in my opinion, is far better.
I'd sell the Line 6 for it.
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#3
Quote by Flyingwhitey182
I currently Own a 30W Line 6 Spider II. I've had for about a year and a half and I'm looking for something that can work better, without rapeing my wallet. SO I was searching muscians friend and I happened to come across a XT65R 65W Guitar Combo Amp by Crate, So my question is, which one is better, would it be worth selling my Line 6 for the crate?


Looks to me like you'd be selling one crappy amp to buy another. I'd advise you to save up some cash and then sell the Spider when that would give you enough money to get yourself something decent.
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#4
Quote by slatsmania
Looks to me like you'd be selling one crappy amp to buy another. I'd advise you to save up some cash and then sell the Spider when that would give you enough money to get yourself something decent.

+1

but if you're not planning on getting too serious with guitar, the crate practice amp is very good for jamming.
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