#1
i just bought the amp today for 100 dollars is this good in yourr all opinion?
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#2
100 dollars is I guess a good deal on it. I'm not particularly a fan of Line 6 Spider's series at all, especially the high wattage models ( I had to use a Spider half-stack at rehearsal the other day) however, 100 dollars for one isn't bad for a small practice amp.
#3
Alot of people on here don't seem to like them, but i think they are a nice amp for bedroom practice, they do tend to break up at higher volumes though.
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#4
it depends on which one you got..? i have the hd150. i love it for the most part. alot of the tones all sound the same tho. but it is nice.
#5
So long as you didn't pay 100 bucks for a smaller one, more power to you.
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#6
i have the same amp and think it is a great practice amp. If you plan on playing live (in front of a crowd) often I would recommend a little more expensive amp though.
#7
yea thanks now i just need to learn how to use it its confunsing me when i have ti on clean it has a time delay but i cant figue how to turn it off : (
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#8
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yea thanks now i just need to learn how to use it its confunsing me when i have ti on clean it has a time delay but i cant figue how to turn it off : (


You turn the knob with the modulation effects down.
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#9
i did tunred down both of them snd it stil does it
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#10
Try it again.
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#11
whos has msn so they can teach me songs
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#12



Teach yourself songs. Go get tabs.
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#13
dude i just need help of what tabs to learn everything is so hard to me
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#14
Learn whatever you want buddy. Just don't go over your skill level.


You might want to go learn your chords first. Go get chord diagrams.
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#16
http://www.guitaralliance.com/images/openchords.gif


all of them start at the nut.

The 'X' means don't play the string.
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#18
: o i mean give me one that is easy in ur opinion Please
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#19
i want tabs that are easy : ) no chords
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#20
1: Don't double post
2: Tabs will have chords because songs have chords.
3: You're really in the wrong forum for asking for advice.
#21
i think all songs have chords, and the easy ones are all chords for the most part. Play some eagles, those are mostly easy, just work on strumming patterns
#22
dude i just started playing guitar less then 2 months ago -.- and idk sh!t about fourms im just a 14 year old kid asking for help
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#23
I'm not shawging you or anything but you need to be independant man. I mean, asking for help is one thing. Asking people to take time to find tabs that you can easily get yourself is a bit much.

You can tell if it's too hard for you by looking at it or trying to learn them. If you can't do it, keep on trying. If you get stuck, ask for help.

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#24
i think i need lessons.. what do lesson teach anyways
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#25
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i think i need lessons.. what do lesson teach anyways


Go check out the Guitar Basics forum and post for help there.
#26
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i just bought the amp today for 100 dollars is this good in yourr all opinion?


no, spiders are ass sucking amps in my experience
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#27
If you're just starting the learning process then the best thing to do is learn major chords first, then minors, and then work on barre chords. Once you have chords down it makes playing the guitar a lot more enjoyable because you can generally play whatever you want. Obviously crunching chords can be boring, so to spice it up find songs within genres that you like that you think would be easy and then go download the tab. I would check out the program PowerTab (its free), and you can find PT tabs right here at Ultimate Guitar. Its a good program because it gives you a metronome while the song plays out, plus it plays a midi of the song to help you with nuances. There are some good threads around here that have lists of songs ranging from novice to master class, so I'd suggest searching around and finding something that suits you. As someone said, try to be independent when you're because you'll eventually want to craft your own sound. Also getting lessons would probably be a good idea if you can afford them.
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#28
I have the 15 Watt Spider III.

It is a good amp for practicing, especially for the extremely new guitarist who is new with effects.


The effects on it are good for hanging around, but I bought a Multi-effect pedal for the ease of use.

The only problem with the clean channel is that the flanger and the delay are automatically set on there, so you have to turn the knobs up then down when you go on it. That gets pretty annoying.

Overall, just use the Spider III if you are practicing. If you want to go bigger, get a Marshall half-stack or full-stack.
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#29
Am i the only one who hate smileys like -.- ^_____^ <.<.

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Um... Bit Random don't you think. Plus if your gonna take the piss out of the japs then spell it right. J apanes e.
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#34
I have a Line 6 spider lll , its good for yeah bed room practice.. mine is a 30 watt.. its pretty loud, just touching the knob its like whoah blasted!! crazzi..I like it its good to use. but what its more like a practice amp? If so, than what is a great amp to own like.. public, practiced.. pretty much anything? I've been eyeing up a marshall amp for awhile,, but not sure if its what i want..
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I have the 15 Watt Spider III.

It is a good amp for practicing, especially for the extremely new guitarist who is new with effects.


The effects on it are good for hanging around, but I bought a Multi-effect pedal for the ease of use.

The only problem with the clean channel is that the flanger and the delay are automatically set on there, so you have to turn the knobs up then down when you go on it. That gets pretty annoying.

Overall, just use the Spider III if you are practicing. If you want to go bigger, get a Marshall half-stack or full-stack.

Why the hell is this thread bumped?

Hey, I that was when I had a ****ty tone ear. I am embarrased.
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#36
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yea thanks now i just need to learn how to use it its confunsing me when i have ti on clean it has a time delay but i cant figue how to turn it off : (


turn the delay and modulation effects off, then hold down the clean channel button until it blinks. that way, whenever you go back to clean, the settings you just saved will be there. your lucky i told you this and i didnt just tell you to read the ****ing manual like you should've before asking obvious questions
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