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#3
seems alot like the Vox Valvetronics technology. But probably alot better than any other Spider.
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I think this might actually have potential....

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Although, looking at the MSRP on the website, I think they're a bit stuck up. Even for Tube Amps, they're probably not going to be worth that (and yes, I'm aware the MSRP and actual store price differ).
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#5
It's not based on the spider tone wise at all.

It's based on the way you dial up tones for the spider, as in 2 clean, 2 twang, 2 crunch, 2 metal, and 2 insane. It's not going to sound anywhere similar to the Spider III's at all.
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#6
Yeah, I've seen a billion of these threads in the last few weeks it seems like.

They could very possibly be good, I'll wait until they hit stores to say anything else though.
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seems alot like the Vox Valvetronics technology. But probably alot better than any other Spider.


well its made with bognor so it should be more high end. only combos tho
#10
It could be amazing... or a huge disappointment. I think it's a big mistake naming it a spider though - at least after releasing torrential **** under the same name in the past.
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Quote by Doodleface
seems alot like the Vox Valvetronics technology. But probably alot better than any other Spider.



Not even close. It has a tube preamp, and a tube power section, with a digital preamp frontend as well.

It's like the Switchblade.
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Quote by Doodleface
seems alot like the Vox Valvetronics technology. But probably alot better than any other Spider.

It's the opposite of the vox. It has a tube power amp. Let me tell you, I'm definately interested. Still, where does most of the SS clipping come from Amp experts? The Preamp or the PowerAmp?
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I am skeptical but I look forward to trying one. I'll try to keep an open mind.
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It's the opposite of the vox. It has a tube power amp. Let me tell you, I'm definately interested. Still, where does most of the SS clipping come from Amp experts? The Preamp or the PowerAmp?

no expert, but SS clipping can be diode clipping, like an OD(soft clipping), distortion pedal(hard clipping), or in a preamp. It can also be transistor clipping, which would happen to a SS powersection when it's pushed beyond it's limits, and would be nasty and something you want to avoid. Tube soft clipping on the other hand, is why tube amps are so coveted. That can happen with preamp tubes, or with powertubes as they are pushed into saturation. The latter being the holy grail of classic rock tones.
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