Spider II 112 reviews— 50 total
50 user reviews of Spider II 112 by Line 6
Yes, it is loud and has flashing lights but do not let this lead you into believing the sound of...
it's just not the best amp in the world.
I wouldn't even be bothered if it got stolen, because I wouldn't wish this terrible piece of kit on anyone.
I've been playing for 3 years and if I had this stolen then I would definately make it my life...
If it were stolen or lost I'd probably go with a better brand like Marshall or something of that nature.
This amp is perfect for the music that I play.
I've been playing for about 3 years and recently bought a crybaby which adds even more to the bitchin' sound...
I've bin playing for just over 2 years now and it's perfect for what I need.
This thing is absolutely perfect. I play a Epiphone Les Paul 100 and use a Line 6 FBV Shortboard with this amp and they all coincide perfectly with each other.
I've only been playing for about a year and don't own much other gear so this is my favorite piece...
Suits every style of music you can think of.
This is the perfect amp for any novice or pro.
This amp is pretty terribly for that but is ok for heavier stuff.
I've been playing for about a year now, and this is my second amp, next to a Fender Frontman 15G.
This amp is a great match. I have been playing for 5 years.
It could accomodate the blues player, bluegrass, metal/shred, and the all around classical player.
I have been playing for almost 3 years; I have a Jackson DKMGT and an Ibanez acoustic/electric.
My effects pedals are virtually non-existent thanks to this amp (except for my Crybaby, one of the few things that...
I don't think I would by a new one if it was stolen (always hated this question) its to expensive...
I've been playing for about a year now and I feel much better with this Line 6 amp.
I have been playing for about 2 years now, and I think this amp is perfect for startes, or the...
It's better than half the stacks out there unless you're willing to dish out some serious dough..
I've been playing for 2 years, and if this was stolen I would buy it again but if it broke...
I have only been playing for two years, and I started off with a Marshall MGD-10.
I've been playing for 10 years. I also own a Peavy 6505+ (I think thats what it's called, 6506 something).
I've been playing since I was 10 and I'm 18 now, the amp is just perfect for me nothing I...
They sounds great together, you get a good rhythm and lead sound from it.
It's got everything in one box. My favourite feature is simply the vast array of different settings.
I know what sounds good and what doesn't.
The looks, sound, and balls of it just scream metal.
Definitely worth every penny paid. When used with my Line 6 Pod XT Live I can get great effects.
if it were stolen I would just get a Marshall because it just dosent take the cake on clean tones.
I've been playing for almost 3 years. Before this amp I had a Fender Frontman-15 and the Spider 2 blows it away by a mile.
I wish I had more money when I bought it so I could have the bigger version immediately.
I was sceptical at first, so I went on the official site and listened to some music samples of the...
All the effects sound nice and there is very little distorion on the clean setting.
If someone stole it (even though I doubt it with it's weight) I would probably kick the person who stole...
I have been playing for about a year and my guitar sucks so I'm not gonna mention it.
I happened to get a free channel pedel thrown in with my deal and I couldnt do without it, it's...
I wish it had a little more cojones so I could play the louder gigs with it.
I got it, I tried it out, I didn't like it, and it took me 2 months before I could...
I've been playing it for almost 2 years now and it hasn't failed me yet.
I play this amp through a 2 button Line 6 footswitch and a Danelectro Metal Distortion pedal and the amp...
I would definitely reccomend it for beginners. If it were stolen, sure I'd be upset at losing a 300 dollar guitar amp, but I'd probably buy a Crate of the same power for just a little bit more money since it's capable of so much more..
If your new to guitars pick up a little 0 Watt Crate, don't go with this unless you've had a...
I've been playing for 3 years now and it's the best amp I've played..
The amp has got many nice features, but also many shortcomings, that's why I wouldn't buy this amp again.
I have played with many different amps and guitars, and this amp is my top pick.
But this amp is far superior to that amp.
I have been playing for a year, I own a Washburn Acoustic Guitar.