#1
Which should i get, Line 6 Spider III15watt or Roland Micro cube.......for mostly metal
#2
Roland

I cant be bothered to make another rant about spiders, just look in some other topics where people are thinking of buying spiders
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#5
I know nobody will agree with me....but let me make a few things clear


Yes....I hate Spider II

Yes Line6 does blow for the most part.

However I think the spider III is a great little practice amp. Spider III is the exception. As long as you arent planning on giging with it or really cranking it you'll be happy with it. And since your looking at the 15 watt model its clear you arent gigging with it. Its a good practice amp....and thats really all there it to it. So go play a cube and a spider and then just pick your favorite. Neither of the effects are going to be great on them...so choose based on tone.
#7
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Its a good practice amp....


Agreed.


I would get the microcube, but you'll be fine for practice either way.
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#8
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NEVER buy a line 6!


Wrong

Line 6 SPIDER is the thing to stay away from, some of the pedals as in FX arent bad at times for the price
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Yngwi3, You win this whole monstrosity of a thread.

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For the best tingle, use Original Source mint. That shit feels amazing on your balls.


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#9
I have some clips that i recorded myself of the Microcube, here:
http://amlc.dmusic.com/

I recorded it using the recording out of the amp directly to the PC.
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