Price paid: $ 300
Purchased from: SamAsh
Sound — 10
I'm using a B\.C\. Rich Metal Master Warlock which isnt much, but with this amp it sounds pretty awesome. This amp suits my music style perfectly I honestly couldnt have gotten a better amp, cause I doubt there's better for this price, and with the 75 watts it's really loud and the sound doesnt't get bad at max volume it still sounds good.
Overall Impression — 10
Me and this amp are a match made in heaven, it suits my style perfectly and it suits every style cause there's just so much options, the possabilitys are endless. I've been playing about a year and before this I had a 0 Watt park amp, so this is a huge step. If this was lost or stolen I'd get another one of these but prob the half stack version. I love everything about it and there's nothing to hate. My fav is the song presets they just sound so awesome ESP master of puppets and message in a bottle which are spot on.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I've only had it for like 2 weeks now, but it looks pretty durable. I would def gig with this No Doubt. No it hasn't broken down and I doubt it will this things made to last. I can depend on this amp just by looking at it, it's very sturdy and it's made well.
Features — 10
So I recently got the Spider III 75 watt amp for my birthday from some friends, and this thing doesnt't dissapoint. Let me start off my saying this amp has everything you'll ever need all in it. It's versatile enough to play all styles of music, although it's made for the metal and heavier music. This amp has 36 channels you can program yourself with your own presets, and it also has over 400 presets which include certin songs and bands like killswitch and As I Lay Dying. To switch channels it requires you to bend over and hit the switch which is a pain, but that's why they got the shortboard you can buy and I plan on buying it. It has a mp3/cd player hookup and a headphone jack on it. I use this amp for everything and anything cause it works with anything.