#1
I was wondering if any of you have had a chance to test out the Line6 Spider Jam. I'm interested in your thoughts on the looping feature. Anyone know how it compares to something like a Jamman or Boss RC?

It seems like a good practice amp, with a lot of stuff packed into one device.

Anyone test it out, or own it and care to comment?
#2
It is a very good practice amp, but obviously the tone isn't fantastic. As long as you get a low-wattage one it should serve you well.

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#3
Quote by stradivari310
It is a very good practice amp, but obviously the tone isn't fantastic. As long as you get a low-wattage one it should serve you well.


You're probably talking about the Spider series in general. The Jam is basically a Microcubespider, with a looper feature or something.
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#9
I've messed around with the sound of it and it was crap. If you want a practice amp, buy a normal spider. If you want a looper, but a proper one.
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#10
Basically its a spider with a new feature. The amp isnt better, more reliable, or improved the tone.
#11
I guess none of you have tried it...it's a 75Watt Spider III amp with some added features. I was going to buy a looper (RC-20XL) but the new Spider Jam seemed like it might do as an all purpose practice device.

Sound quality was ok. Not a tube amp, but as good as any of the other solid states...maybe better
#12
Oh, my bad. I thought it was the Microcube-sized Spider. That's the Spider Micro.
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