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Line 6 Spider II HD75 Guitar Head   

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The Spider II HD75 offers dialed in amp tone, including 4 stunning amp channel models: Clean, Crunch, Metal, and Insane. Premium effects with profess...Read More

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Spider II HD75: The species evolves with a killer head that any aspiring guitarist can afford.

The Spider II HD75 offers dialed in amp tone, including 4 stunning amp channel models: Clean, Crunch, Metal, and Insane. Premium effects with professional features such as: distortion boost, noise gate, and Line 6's revolutionary Smart Control FX (6 different effect types, 2 simultaneous) including, Phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb. The Spider II HD75 (75W mono) also features a footswitch jack that's compatible with the optional FBV2 foot controller (see accessory box on this page), a CD/MP3 input jack, and a headphone/recording output. The Spider II HD75 goes great any standard 4-ohm speaker enclosure.

FEATURES
  • 75W output
  • 4 user-programmable channel models
  • 6 effects types (2 simultaneous) including Phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb.
  • Built-in front panel tuner

Order the Spider II HD75 now for mind-bending tone and scary volume.

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4.9

(based on 16 reviews)

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Smoking Hot

I've been a dedicated Marshall user for well over 11 years. Not anymore, and you couldn't peel the smile of my face. Don't let the 75 watts fool you, This amp screams!...Read complete review

I've been a dedicated Marshall user for well over 11 years. Not anymore, and you couldn't peel the smile of my face. Don't let the 75 watts fool you, This amp screams! It comes with four levels of distortion if you will. (amp models)Clean which I easily compare to a fender tube amp's sound quality and warmth. It has those creamy mids, punchy lows, and smooth highs.Crunch, which is very similar to my band mate's Marshall AVT150 head. (only better in my opinion)Metal Now here is an interesting concept. Americanized distortion that rips out of your speakers like an 18 wheeler. Good digitalized sounding distortion, very clean crisp and precise. Booming lows that beat your chest in, crunchy mids, and screaming highs.And finally Insane, Nough said... It's bad ass. Highs that'll melt the paint of the walls.Honestly I've been playing through a marshall for years and have a custom fender strat texas special with semour duncan pearly gates at the bridge, and I thought it sounded good before. This amp has seriously brought my guitar to life. I have played both the HD and the HD75 and either way you go you wont go wrong. Just ask your self how many effects do I need? And that will answer the problem of which one to buy. I Chose the HD75 over the HD and DO NOT regret it in anyway. If you want a bad a-- sounding head. Even if you're a Millionaire, I'd reccomend this amp.

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Save your money

I bought the spider II head75 with MKII cab at guitar center about a year ago, after listening to it right away i realized how chopy and fuzzy the insane distortion was and the...Read complete review

I bought the spider II head75 with MKII cab at guitar center about a year ago, after listening to it right away i realized how chopy and fuzzy the insane distortion was and the crunch even with the distortion boost still didnt get the right amount distortion for a good chunchy lead tone, the Metal is alright for modern or alternitive type music but definitly not metel and is fuzzy like the insane channel. But i do like the effects and the clean channel is ok but it wasnt me which is why i gave the features a 9 so i got a electro harmonix english muffn for a high range tube feel and use a line 6 uber metal pedal for all my distortion needs, but if your low on cash i recomend saving up for a cheap tube head, but please save your money.

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5.0

Great Grab For Anyone Looking For Great Metal Tone

By apozrter

from Belfry, KY

I used to own a Fender Sidekick Reverb 25, great amp, but not what I needed for the type of music I play: Metal/Hardcore. I was always looking for a great distortion sound but for the sound I wanted I would have to buy a processor. I stopped at my local guitar storeand noticed this particular amp was for sale. I tried out my Hamer on it and fell in love. I traded my Fender for a down payment, and finished it up after christmas. I played it on my Jackson Performer PS-3T and I know I dont need any other amp.If metal is your thing, and you dont have a lot of money: this is your amp!

 
3.0

Save your money

By Travis-EK1kG

from Caruthers, CA

I bought the spider II head75 with MKII cab at guitar center about a year ago, after listening to it right away i realized how chopy and fuzzy the insane distortion was and the crunch even with the distortion boost still didnt get the right amount distortion for a good chunchy lead tone, the Metal is alright for modern or alternitive type music but definitly not metel and is fuzzy like the insane channel. But i do like the effects and the clean channel is ok but it wasnt me which is why i gave the features a 9 so i got a electro harmonix english muffn for a high range tube feel and use a line 6 uber metal pedal for all my distortion needs, but if your low on cash i recomend saving up for a cheap tube head, but please save your money.

 
5.0

I love the HD 75 half stack!

By sampsonandme

from Ottawa, Canada

I have had the HD75 and MKII 4-12 cabinet for about 2 months, and I am impressed. I was using a Roland Jazz Chorus 120 until it finally died. I love how any amp sounds thru a 4-12, but the HD 75 head is more than expected. Very loud, great distortion, FX are good, clean is very nice, insane is awesome. For the money this is simply a great deal, and I recommend the HD75 over the HD150 due to the OHM output issue. You can hook up the 75 to pretty much any cabinet, but the 150 is restrictive, and this is easily the loudest 75 watt solid state amp I've ever heard.

 
5.0

Tried it and loved it

By Army Rocker

from Friedberg, Germany

I personally dont own this head. But I own the spider 112. and that is 75w pushing one 12" celestion. now put this head through 4-12" celestions and you are talking about clarity and quality. I tried this head at guitar center and loved it. I pushed it through a Marshall 1960 cab and it was explosive on tone and the presets are great

 
5.0

Smoking Hot

By ForgottenTheory

from Atlanta GA

I've been a dedicated Marshall user for well over 11 years. Not anymore, and you couldn't peel the smile of my face. Don't let the 75 watts fool you, This amp screams! It comes with four levels of distortion if you will. (amp models)Clean which I easily compare to a fender tube amp's sound quality and warmth. It has those creamy mids, punchy lows, and smooth highs.Crunch, which is very similar to my band mate's Marshall AVT150 head. (only better in my opinion)Metal Now here is an interesting concept. Americanized distortion that rips out of your speakers like an 18 wheeler. Good digitalized sounding distortion, very clean crisp and precise. Booming lows that beat your chest in, crunchy mids, and screaming highs.And finally Insane, Nough said... It's bad ass. Highs that'll melt the paint of the walls.Honestly I've been playing through a marshall for years and have a custom fender strat texas special with semour duncan pearly gates at the bridge, and I thought it sounded good before. This amp has seriously brought my guitar to life. I have played both the HD and the HD75 and either way you go you wont go wrong. Just ask your self how many effects do I need? And that will answer the problem of which one to buy. I Chose the HD75 over the HD and DO NOT regret it in anyway. If you want a bad a-- sounding head. Even if you're a Millionaire, I'd reccomend this amp.

 
5.0

AWSOME!!

By shortyno10

from California

This is my first stack that I have bought. For the money, I thought it was one of those best bang for your buck kind of things. This head along with the line6 4x12 cab is awesome! It sounds really nice crisp and clear. I love the effects. This thing can krank like crazy too and it still sounds amazing at high volume. The only downside to it is it needs a footswith to run the effects cause you have to turn them on manually. Other than that, it is richous!

 
5.0

Amazing, but Weak

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

When I went to my local Guitar Center to buy a stack, I knew I was going home with a Line 6. I've played them many many times, and I've ALWAYS been pleased with what I heard. Even when I'm playing a crappy Squire with P-90's in it, I can still shred like a madman on this amp. There were 2 things that did disappoint me a lot though:- Having only 75 Watts is not good for standing up to a Kustom 1200 Watt bass full stack and Marshall Mode Four stack (but that's why I'm getting an HD147 soon.)I need MORE POWER!!!- There isn't a switch of any kind to turn the FX on/off. You have to turn the knob and stuff and it's a pain in the arse.One of my favorite things though is using the Crunch channel for all my borderline psychedelic FX. If you put the Chorus/Flange on really low and put the Tape Echo on REALLY REALLY slow, it sounds SO COOL!!! Overall, this is an amazing amp... if only it had more wattage.

 
5.0

Line 6...

By ChewieOverdrive

from Macedon, NY

I just got this head and I gotta say, its freakin awesome. It's got sweet distortion, and the effects aren't bad either. Also you can go to the line 6 website and get the presets for certain songs which is cool. But sometimes the distortion is overbearing, and the first day I had the head, the output 1/4 jack to the cab broke. But no biggie.

 
5.0

Great amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I own the amp and the hd 75 4 12" cab and it is anyones dream amp. It has tonnes of power and crazy sound, the amp is fully capable of any gigs and the 4 channel variety is great. This amp is suitable for any type of music and has tons of balls! this amp is awesome!

 
5.0

Definitely worth it.

By bmkrew

from 941, FL

This head is definitely worth the price. I actually bought it at the local music store for only 230, with a 4X10 Hartke with Celestions. And this amp yells. I have only messed around with the Insane and setup my Clean with a Phaser/Delay/Echo, and it sounds so unbelievably amazing! 2 things I wish this head came with though. First, the built-in tuner (though I do have the Boss Chromatic Tuner now), and it doesn't come with a pedal to switch between sounds. Worth more than it cost, by far. I'd reccommend this head to anyone who can't afford the 150 watt version, and on a budget.

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