#1
I was looking around and I found a 100w line 6 spider 212 with FB4 footswitch for £100. I alredy have a 75w Spider III but I could do with another big amp and it's pretty cheap so I thaught may aswell.

I play alternative/indie such as The White Stripes, The Hives, The libertines etc. And I have an Epiphone Les Paul Junior.

So do you think I should I should get it.
#5
I think neother of them are good. Really. Also I'm guessing that's an old one, which are even WORSE!

Sell the amp and get a decent one instead!
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#6
Well I was just planing on getting the two and maybe selling the two later.
#7
which model of spider is it?
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#10
I'd save that money from it and sell the Spider III later on.
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#12
It's too big for practising. Oh and it's worse than the Spider III soundwise. Jsut pass it. YOu don't need big amps for practising.
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#13
Well more for band practising because we've got a really small space so the drums are really loud. And no on gets the concept of playing softly. And if there's still no point what should I get then.
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#14
Well what's your budget? A Laney VC30 is a great choice...
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