#1
So i ben looking around...mi teacher recommened a line 6 spider 3 75W
its onli for bedroom playing n the occasional jam with sum drums..
it sound slike good value for money.. has sum pretty reviews.. and has tons of stuff in it for a reasonalbe price..
also been looing @ the FBV foot controller to go with it which sounds good also..
so is what i been lookin @ good?
i just wanna amke sure b4 so i dont run out n buy it n get ripped off n disappointed
(i play rock, punk, metal)
thx guys
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#2
Im gunna get one also but try it in the store, they will let you(if not then they can die). and see if you like it or not
#4
i've got one. Its a good amp for metal, and i like the cleans. No tube amp, but good value for money.

Check out the Vox AD50VT, The roland cube 60 and the Marshall MG50DFX as well. I think they're all in the same price range
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#5
I think the Spider IIIs are just as they say in the amp buying thing.. very digital sounding. It's all flat and sterile.

The only thing I liked was just playing with the presets but there was no amazing sounds coming from it. For that price you could get a better sounding small tube amp instead of a solid state.

I dunno though, try it out and if you like it then get it.
#6
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and the Marshall MG50DFX as well.

Good lord no, you don't want one of them mate, I got the MG 100watt half stack and terrible just doesn't quite say it. Check out some tube combos (or perhaps a tube half stack if you can afford one) in your guitar shop. I won't bother naming any as it's best if you just try some out for yourself.
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#7
its just a suggestion lol. Havent really tried one out yet.
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#8
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So i ben looking around...mi teacher recommened a line 6 spider 3 75W
ignore everything he says from now on
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ignore everything he says from now on


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#10
If you play mostly metal stuff, get the Roland Cube 60. For bedroom practice only, the Cube 30xw will do too.
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