#1
I've been playing through my Line 6 Spider II for a few years now and I've decided it's not for me. I'm on a tight budget, like $200-250. I'm looking for a amp with really good cleans and some good gains. I don't need anything for metal or high-gain stuff. I'm thinking around 30 watts would be good for what I do.

Thanks.
#5
Sell the Line6 and then buy a Classic 30.
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#6
Quote by MatrixClaw
Sell the Line6 and then buy a Classic 30.


This suggestion reeks of win. If you still don't end up with enough money then just save. The classic 30 has what you need in spades.
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#7
+1 to the Classic 30.

I got mine for $285 in beautiful condition with new tubes.
If you keep shopping around you should be able to find one.

This Guy is Stupid.
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