#1
i looked around for new amps on crazy and i think i may go with a line 6 spider III 75w from what i have heard they are excellent practice and small gig amplifiers

I was wondering if anyone can tell if they find that to be true and if they are loud reliable amps cause i dont want a useless amplifier

Thanks
#2
yeah, they are quite loud. but be sure to buy ur own distortion pedals because the included distortion is total ****. but the other effects are ok.
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#3
do NOT get that amp, sir.
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#5
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from what i have heard they are excellent practice and small gig amplifiers


they're terrible gigging amps the 15 watt one is the only amp worth the money.
whats your budget?
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#6
dont get it
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#8
Valveking! Or blues custom. VK is more powerful and versatile.
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Didn't Kerry King use MGs at some point?

I think he just endorses them because he likes sacks of money
#9
get the valveking! the line 6 spider makes babies die in their cribs.
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Fender Deville 410
Electro-Harmonix USA Big Muff
Digitech Whammy IV
MXR Micro Amp
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
#10
Valveking for sure.

What your are considering is like considering a Marshall MG =/
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