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Line 6 – Spider 2 Amplifier Review

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Line 6 – Spider 2 Amplifier Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: James Welker

I used to have a practice amp that I first bought when I was twelve. Unfortunately while practicing one day it broke.

…This is a great product…

Line6 Spider II AmplifierI ended up getting birthday money enough to go buy a new better amp. I happened to be looking through the used amp section at Guitar Center and stumbled across this beauty.

I’d never seen a practice amp this big or from this brand before with SO many settings.

I know Line 6 provides a good metal type of sound, so I purchased. This has become my favourite purchase since I bought my guitar.

This amp is THE perfect practice amp for me; couldn’t ask for more.

Features:

  • 5 settings knobs (drive, bass, mid, treble, and channel volume)
  • 4 presets (clean, crunch, metal, and insane)
  • 6 effects settings (flange, phaser, tremolo, sweep echo, tape echo, and reverb)
  • 30 watts of power

Ease of use:

When I want a different sound it’s as easy as the turn of a knob or the push of a button.

Figuring out your favourite combo is the best part.

There are so many possibilities and so many different ways to create specific sounds. I can completely experiment and determine what sounds best for me and the songs I play.

Sound Quality:

Great.

Clean and clear at any volume.

Quiet when you want it or in your face if you don’t.

Reliability:

I’ve had it for at least a year, not including its previous use.

This amp shows no signs of fading or breaking any time soon, thanks to the rock gods. I hope this amp continues working for a very long time.

Overall Rating:

This is a great product.

Best decision I’ve made in a while.

It’s a good quality buy for those who are just looking to practice and experiment.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: James Welker

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