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Line 6 Spider III 150 75Wx2 2x12 Stereo Guitar Combo Amp
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It's like having your guitar-slinging hero personally set up your amp and effects!
The Line 6 Spider III 150 Stereo Combo delivers killer amp and effects models, and a ton of presets created by some of the world's most notorious guitar stars from bands including 311, Thursday, Lacuna Coil, Hawthorne Heights, Slipknot, Ash, Albert Lee, Athlete, John 5, and many more!
Line 6 has also given the Spider III 150 another 150 song-based presets—sounds from such classics as No More Tears, Enter Sandman, Stinkfist, Back In Black, Bark at the Moon, and many more!. These presets combined with 7 quality effects models, make the Spider III a giant of tone that give you any sound you want, already dialed in. Now you can rule the stage with the Insane model with its truly massive gain or explore your sensitive side in the studio with the Clean model. It's all up to you.
New to the Spider III amp is a huge range of killer mid-gain guitar tones. A critical advancement was made to the sound and feel of the Spider III line when a discerning panel of artists focused in on the venerable "mid-gain" range of tone to deliver the complex, layered and dynamic amp tone we all appreciate from classic and boutique amps.
Clean: Red LED - Select this Amp Model and adjust the tone controls to get crisp, amazing clean tones, great warm jazz tones, and all the high-end shimmer you'll need with a generous amount of bottom end.
Glassy: Green LED - Line 6 developed this Amp Model to emulate those late 60's and early 70's clean tones. It is like a 1973 Hiwatt Custom 100 with an extended tone control range and tightened up low end.
Twang: Red LED - This Amp Model draws on the mid 60's Fender® amps, including the blackface '65 Twin Reverb® and blackface '64 Deluxe Reverb®. It has classic glassy high-end tone, with some snap and bite.
Twin Twang: Green LED - This Amp Model is based on* a number of vintage tweed amps: a '53 Fender® tweed Deluxe Reverb®, '58 Fender® tweed Bassman® and a '60 Gibson® Explorer® to create a swingin' Rockabilly tone.
Blues: Red LED—Based on* a mix of a '65 Marshall® JTM-45, a '58 Fender® Bassman®, a '63 Fender® Vibroverb and a Supro®, this Amp Model slides between gritty swamp-infected cleans to syrupy smooth, walloping drive tones.
Class A: Green LED - This Amp Model is based on* a fawn Vox® AC-30 amplifier with an updated and expanded tone control circuit. It captures that early British pop rock tone that the Beatles and the Stones are so well known for.
Crunch: Red LED - This sound was crafted from studies of the '68 Marshall® Plexi 50 Watt. This type of Marshall® amp was used by a number of early metal bands. Crunch provides a wider range of tone control settings than the original Marshall® amp had.
On Fire: Green LED - This Amp Model is based on a '68 Marshall® Plexi 100 watt with a few added extras; The combination of a Variac and the jumped input channels creates that infamous brown sound.
Metal: Red LED - This Amp Model is based on the Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier®. Use this Amp Model to get a tight and punchy, high gain Metal sound.
Spinal Puppet: Green LED - This sound was created to be an aggressive high gain Amp Model with a unique Mid control that will sweep though an entire spectrum of tone on one knob. The Mid knob for this Amp Model changes the character of the distortion. When set to minimum, the distortion exhibits Fuzz pedal characteristics. When the Mid is set to noon, it mimics the creamy modern high gain amp tones. And when the Mid knob is turned up to max, it's very much reminiscent of that Class A sound.
Insane: Red LED - This model is a "dialed in for shredding" version based on* the Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® red channel. It combines the intensity and impact of Metal Red, but delivers more midrange and teeth for that bone-crushing, brain piercing insane grind.
80s Solo: Green LED - The goal with Insane is to provide you with as much input gain distortion as possible short of complete meltdown. You get an obscene helping of distortion, while still retaining tonal definition and character.
A great amp isn't the only part of a great guitar sound. With Smart Control FX, an exclusive Line 6 feature that automatically dials in different effect parameters, you spend more time playing and less time tweaking. Simply find the effect that you want, turn the knob to your desired intensity, and you're done. You can even use multiple effects at the same if you wanna get really crazy.
Effects Models (Up to 3 effects simultaneous)
Ins & Outs
When you're playing with your band on stage just drag the Spider III on stage and crank it up. When it comes time to record, use the headphone/direct out and plug it straight into the mixing board for world-class POD® 2.0 direct tone used in pro studios and stages everywhere! You can also use the same out with headphones for practicing in your bedroom. Want to play along with your favorite songs? Plug into the CD/MP3 input and you're good to go.
Plug in and separate yourself from the posers.
*All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6's sound model development.
- 12 Custom Amp Models from Clean to Insane
- 7 Smart Control FX (up to 3 simultaneous) including Tape Echo, Sweep Echo, Standard Delay (all with Tap Tempo) Chorus/Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, and Reverb
- 250 presets created by your favorite guitar stars
- 150 song-based presets
- Plus 36 user programmable presets
- Built-in front panel tuner
- 2 - 12" Custom Celestion Speakers
Get an amp with major versatility for a modest price. Order today!
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Line 6 Spider III 150 Combo
I was a little nervous about ordering an amp over the internet, but it came in perfect condition. No worries! The amp itself is really light. I probably only weighs 30lbs. Strangly...Read complete review
I was a little nervous about ordering an amp over the internet, but it came in perfect condition. No worries! The amp itself is really light. I probably only weighs 30lbs. Strangly enough, the first thing I did after getting the amp out of the box was break out the manual. I figured since it had so many features I better go by the book. The manual leaves much to be desired. I wish it had more info on the different presets, but it only tells of the basic functions.I sat down with the amp last night and jammed for a few hours. About the presets, there are a LOT of them. The artist contributions are fairly high quality. The factory loaded user presets are a little flimsy. The first tone that popped up was Back in Black and it actually made me laugh. I pretty much trashed or tweaked most of the user presets that came loaded on it to my liking. There are a couple of novelty tones that are pretty fun to mess around with.One thing I truely love about this amp is how I can really dial in almost any kind of distortion I want. To me the Spider series really leans toward the heavy distortion amp models(which I like). The 3rd generation Spiders introduced more "mid-gain" amp tones to try and balance the spectrum of sound this amp can throw out. If you already had a Spider II though I'd just stick with that until maybe the gen Spider. All in all a good amp for jamming, practice, and small gigs.
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if your looking for something new then this is a cool amp. however, compared to this things older brother the spider II this is total crap, all the presets are nice but dont...Read complete review
if your looking for something new then this is a cool amp. however, compared to this things older brother the spider II this is total crap, all the presets are nice but dont sound like the song they are trying to imitate. i own a line 6 spider II and the quality is vastly superior, the clean is clean, the insane, well the neighbors arent too happy about it, so its awesome. The spider 3's insane sounded alot tamer, like a lion that lost its roar, kinda sad really. the lights on it are also really annoying, the spider II's lights are those small LED's while these things are too big, in a dark room they overpower and distract, in a light room, they are too week. the tap tempo is also all weird, once you set a tempo if you press it once it adds it in to the current tempo, no, on the spider II if you press it once you get your full 2.5 seconds thats so awesome.line 6 is awesome and im a die hard line 6'er but this amp is horrible.if you want something better, get a spider II, its all the good stuff plus none of this extra junk they added on.
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I was using a Line 6 Spider 11 75/1-12 for a few years and thought I needed an upgrade. I found this 150 slightly used and my only complaint is "way too many choices for tones" and not being able to find them when I like what I find. This amp is loud and clear. I have had no trouble at any volume. I've been playing for over 20 years and in many venues. This amp was chosen for its value, effects, weight, and because I already had one and knew how great it sounds. I played next to a Twin Reverb and no trouble keeping up and getting comments on the sound. After reading the review by the Sound Guy, I think he just doesn't know how to get the most from this amp.
I'm a sound person and play some guitar. I help teach young musicians how to play in a band. This amp was bought for my students by a parent who saw all the features and the price and couldn't resist. I hate the sound of the effects and no one I've been able to find can find a good sound even the clean sound isn't that great. Even the pro guitarist can't find one.As someone who runs sound I HATE IT. the volume nob is way to sensitive anything under 3 is to soft and anything over is way to loud. I have to plug is in to the system through the headphone jack and its not satisfying. with all the hype I don't see whats so great about it. Definitely not for beginners.
I just bought one of these. Frankly I never really cared for the line 6 products. I couldn't stand the POD and their previous amps sounded fake to me and lacked dimension. Then one day I tried out the HD 147. I was completely blown away. The Spider III line has pretty much the same sound at a much lower cost.I really like the amp models, the effects are great as well. I was really surprised by how good it sounds with single coil pickups. It does hat thing and then some. I can't recommend this amp enough especially now the price has been lowered. Give this a try you won't be dissappointed.
I loved this amp for the two years I had it. I also used the FBV shortboard controller with it. However one day while stomping on an effect, the amp shorted out and its been in the shop now for 3 MONTHS while line 6 drags their feet on how to fix it...I was told that Line 6 would pick up the tab even though its out of warranty, but this is friggin ridiculous...Loved it while it worked though...
I took my son to local guitar store looking for an amp.We looked at several brands of amp and we decided to go with the Spider III.I like artist preset,now you can sound like your favorite guitar heroes without fundling and figuring what each knob to make it sound close to it.Just push the bottom and wala! back & black,bark of the moon,etc.Evan an old rocker like me is having fun with this amp.Don't get me wrong I love my old vintage twin reverb Fender amp.But the Spider III is just fun to have with all the effects,phase,flanger,tremelo,and Plus 150+ artist preset.Thanks.
I bought this amp roughly a year ago and when I bought it I was running about seven different pedals Through it from Distortion to EQ (not what this amp was bulit for), so I never really got a great sound out of it. And I had never tried to mess with the on-board amp channels or effects, Then I decided "Why not" and when I did I was blown away. The amp Channels are awesome, The effects weren't amazing but a great feature And it allows you to save up to 36 different settings which is Great. It's way more convinient then hauling around a huge box of pedals. So all in all Great Amp.
I've owned Spider amps for a while now. I have to admit that you can't get a guitar amp loaded with so many features for a good price. This is the Line 6 Spider III 150 amp, and this thing gets loud. Perfect for gigs and practice. With 12 different amp models, 400 presets, and great effects, there are many possibilities to find many fantastic sounds.However, the only complaint I have is that it is all digital. The quality is there, but it's not a suburb quality that you could find in other amps. Also, all of the Artist and Song presets are nothing more that a combination of one of the 12 amp presets, change in the equalizer, and effects (if they are added). Still, its not a bad way to go for the size, wattage, and price for the amp. All you have to do is spend some time going through the presets and equalizer settings to find a really good sound that you'll be happy with, and save it in one of the channels (ABCD). I'm happy with this purchase and it is a lot of fun. Highly recommend this for cover bands or beginners.
DO NOT BUY THIS AMP! or any other Line 6 products for that matter. It may look cool, but buy a little tube amp or a nice solid state cuz this is a total waste of money. it gets a 3 on features because of all the effects it has, even though though they are ALL terrible. Please do not buy this amp ever
All in all it is a good amp. Awesome amount of programable and present tones and sounds. Great distotion channels when paired with a Schecter Hellraiser FR. I have only a few issues with it. The amp itself is just not that loud when you turn it to 11. The clean channel played with a Fender Deluxe Strat sucks, it's definitely not the guitar. I would go with a Marshall for sound quallity, but with Line 6 for sound options. Would I buy it again? No, there are better options.
This amp at first blew me away. About an hour later I realized the sound quality was weak. Its not tubed and the clean sound is terrible. Ok if you have ears that don't listen but if your trying to impress anyone, or even yourself, I don't recommend this amp. Its fun to mess around with all the effects and there really is an infinite amount of sounds that it produces. The distortion is my favorite part of the amp. There are many different crunch and metal sounds that sound decent enough, but if you want your guitar to sound how its suppose to, I would say pass!