#1
I searched and i couldn't find anything related so here goes...


I have a Line 6 Spider II, and i was wondering if that's a tube amp? Also what's a tube amp? Im to lazy to google it, plus i'd rather have good advice. And also i heard you have to warm a tube amp up? How the heck do you do that, and what will happen if you don't?
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Guitar-Jackson Dinky *Black*

Pickups- 2 Seymour Duncans

Tremolo- Floyd Rose

AMP- Line 6 Spider II


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#3
no.

tube amps have tubes. there should be a grill in the back so the heat can go away. tube amps operate with tubes. go google "guitar valve amplifier" lazy ass.
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#4
no dumb ****, Spider 3 is not a tube amp. the amp will say if its a tube or not. and yes, it takes no more than a minute to warm up a tube amp
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#5
i have a line 6 spider II as well. its not a tube amp. dont worry about tubes unless u have a tube amp
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