#3
i own a line 6 spider 3 75 watt combo amp...i know for sure that it's similar (close to same) to the line 6 III 75HD and 150HD...if you're looking for some pretty zazzy effects then i'd go for the line 6...i'm not too sure about what the valveking does...
#4
funfunfun

isn't that a big spider

spiders are fine at soft volumes. other than that.


hilarity ensues.
i have a 'white guitar'
#5
Valveking. But, what is your budget?
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#6
The valveking sounds a lot better than the line 6.
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#7
I have a valveking 212, It's really LOUD! lol. Umm it has that whole texture knob thing on the back, presence and resonance knobs, I guess if youve played with one already you know what it sounds like and the like. I've had mine about 6 months and it has been doing fine Never played with a line 6 but I'd like to. You've played both it's up to you, I think it would preally depend on what you wanna play, the line 6 has the whole efects thing built in going for it.
#8
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Valveking. But, what is your budget?



My Budget is $500 max. I already have Randall 4x12 cabinet. I've played both, I like the Valve King's clarity a little more, BUT, I see myself having to spend a bunch more money after the ValveKing Purchase, i.e. noise gate, flange, a better chorus pedal, and a distortion pedal for when I really want crunch. I don't know if anyone else has been in this same debate or not.
#9
i own the lineIII and it worked for a while, but i really wish i saved up alittle longer and got the valveking instead
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I'm a little bit scared of what comes after

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Do I float through the ceiling?
#10
Your trying to compare a SS digital modelling amp to an all tube amp. There isnt a comparison. Valve king is way way better than the spider. 500 bucks just doesnt buy much anymore. More money or less amp.
#11
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My Budget is $500 max. I already have Randall 4x12 cabinet. I've played both, I like the Valve King's clarity a little more, BUT, I see myself having to spend a bunch more money after the ValveKing Purchase, i.e. noise gate, flange, a better chorus pedal, and a distortion pedal for when I really want crunch. I don't know if anyone else has been in this same debate or not.

You wont need a distortion pedal. Mabye an OD.
#13
Not a contest, Valveking.

In before "I played it once in a store and it was thin/muddy/tinny/not warm/other made up sillyness".
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#14
Quote by midwestguitarma
My Budget is $500 max. I already have Randall 4x12 cabinet. I've played both, I like the Valve King's clarity a little more, BUT, I see myself having to spend a bunch more money after the ValveKing Purchase, i.e. noise gate, flange, a better chorus pedal, and a distortion pedal for when I really want crunch. I don't know if anyone else has been in this same debate or not.

What kind of music do you play?
#16
Valveking...
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