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Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head   

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Get all the vintage and modern amp tones you want.

Line 6 Spider is one of America's best-selling family of guitar amplifiers. Plug into a Spider IV HD150 for industry-leading Line 6 amp and FX modeling, dialed in tones and presets created and inspired by rock stars, and much more.

Guitar Amp models
Each model in the Line 6 Spider IV amp head delivers the distinct tonal nuances of a celebrated American, British or European guitar amp. Models were inspired by: a Marshall JCM-900, Hiwatt Custom 100, 60's Fender Blackface Twin Reverb, 60's Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb, Vox AC30 Top Boost, Divided by 13 9/15, 50's wide panel Fender Deluxe Reverb, Gretsch 6156, '68 Marshall Plexi 50-Watt, Orange AD30, '68 Marshall Plexi 100-Watt with a Variac and jumped input channels, Diezel Herbert, and Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier.

Piles of presets
Passionate about presets? Line 6 Spider IV HD150 amplifier head has them in spades with over 500 in total. Beside the 300+ presets hand-crafted by 50 rock stars, and beside the almost 200 presets inspired by the best guitar songs of all time, you can create and save up to 64 of your own user presets.

Dialed in by rock stars
Who do you want to sound like today? Discover the tones of your heroes in Line 6 Spider IV HD150. 50 famous guitarists and bands, including Coheed & Cambria, Johnny Marr, Slipknot, and others, hand-crafted more than 300 of their signature tones and turned them into Line 6 Spider IV amp head presets-from sparkling cleans to effect-laden tones to saturated high-gain heaven.

Dialed in by Line 6
This Line 6 Spider IV amp head gives you one-touch access to almost 200 tones based on the best guitar songs of all time-from the switchblade-swinging slapback of the 1950s to the high-gain distortion of the 2000s. Get the tones from Master of Puppets, Back in Black, Whole Lotta Love, Daytripper, Toxicity, Purple Haze, Head Like a Hole, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Crazy Train, and more.

Edit, store and share, all via computer
Line 6 Spider IV Edit software (a free download from Line6.com) is an editor/librarian for your Spider IV HD150 tones. Bask in the glow of your computer while you edit presets, create backups, and even email tones to other Spider IV players.

Smart FX
Smart FX knobs put award-winning Line 6 effects at your fingertips. Easy to use, Smart FX let you spend less time tweaking and more time playing. Quickly add or remove any amount of the 20 lush reverbs, exceptional echoes, tangy mods, and more. Make all your adjustments on the fly-all the knobs are on the Line 6 amp head's front panel. Up to 4 Smart FX can be used simultaneously.

Go deeper into FX

Deep dive into your effects like never before with this Line 6 Spider amp head! Every effect is fully adjustable up to 7 parameters deep, including pre- and post-amplifier routing. Sculpt your delays, mods, reverbs, pitch effects, and more with unparalleled control.

Spider FX Infusion
What's better than more effects? More effects for free! Spider FX Infusion (a free download from Line6.com) more than doubles your amount of Smart FX. Beef up your Spider IV HD150 with 28 additional overdrives, compressors, delays, reverbs, mods, and wahs. You'll have more effects than any other modeling amplifier!

Pitch effects (Smart Harmony and Pitch Glide)
Smart Harmony is Line 6's first intelligent pitch shifter. It's fast-tracking and easy to use. Harmonize using major, minor, pentatonic, whole tone, and other types of scales. (Don't worry, you don't need to know music theory to use Smart Harmony).

Pitch Glide is most effective when used with an FBV MkII foot controller. Use the foot pedal to smoothly shift your tone up or down to any interval within a four-octave range. The effect can be calibrated to semitones, or to 10-cent increments to create cool chorus/detuning effects.

Quick loop

Quick Loop is a 14-second sound-on-sound looper that's ideal for writing songs, practicing solos, jamming, and even dialing in your tone. Easy to use, Quick Loop's controls are all on the front panel. Connect an FBV MkII foot controller for hands-free control of the looper functions.

Simultaneous FX
Use up to 8 effects at the same time! Pour on the colors and textures with all 4 Smart FX, set the adjustable Boost and the Noise Gate, activate Quick Loop, and connect an FBV MkII foot controller to kick on the volume/wah pedal. How many other amplifiers can do that?

Manual mode
Manual mode draws a more traditional amplifier experience out of Spider IV HD150. When Manual mode is activated, all front-panel knobs work independently of one another. (Out of Manual mode, choosing an amp model may adjust the settings of the other front-panel knobs.)

Tune up
You'll always sound your best with the built-in tuner. No need for an external tuner or additional guitar cables, this invaluable tool is integrated into the amp's front panel. Activate the tuner with the push of a button.

Window to the soul
A large, two-line LCD is your window into Spider IV HD150. This is where you can deep dive into effects and adjust their parameters, scroll over 500 presets, see the tuner interface, name your user-created presets, get a visual representation of where your Smart FX knobs are set, and more.

Downloads and upgrades
Keep your Spider IV HD150 up to date with an FBV MkII foot controller. Connect the Spider IV HD150 to Line6.com via an FBV MkII foot controller to receiver valuable software and firmware updates and upgrades. These updates may include new features, presets, or effects.

Foot controllers
FBV Express MkII delivers hands-free channel switching; FBV Shortboard MkII is a full-on remote control. They both feature a full-sized volume/wah pedal, chromatic tuner display, bright LEDs, durable footswitches and chassis, and more. They keep you at the foot of the stage instead of tied to the front of your Spider IV 75. They also feature USB connectivity for keeping your Spider IV 75 up to date. (Foot controllers not included.)

FEATURES
  • 150 watts (stereo)
  • 500+ presets: 300+ hand-crafted presets from 50 world-famous bands and guitarists, almost 200 dialed in presets inspired by the best guitar songs of all time, up to 64 user-created presets
  • Artist-created presets hand-crafted by Johnny Marr, Slipknot, Pete Anderson, 311, Meshuggah, Lacuna Coil, As I Lay Dying, Steve Stevens, The Donnas, Minus the Bear, and 40 more guitarists and bands
  • Song-based presets inspired by the tones of Master of Puppets, Back in Black, Whole Lotta Love, Daytripper, Toxicity, Purple Haze, Head Like a Hole, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Crazy Train, and almost 200 more
  • 16 exceptional guitar amp models that exhibit sophisticated touch response, complex distortions, and compression that breathes like it's emanating from a vintage tube amp. (Line 6 modeling is often imitated, but never duplicated.)
  • Up to 8 effects at once with FBV MkII. 20 Smart FX (up to 4 at once) including Smart Harmony and Pitch Glide plus echoes, mods, reverbs, tremolos, delays, and more; Additional effects include Quick Loop, Noise Gate, and Boost; Edit all effects up to 7 parameters deep
  • Bass, Mid and Treble knobs behave like the EQ controls from each modeled amp; Drive knob; Channel volume; Master volume; Manual Mode
  • 1/4" input; 1/4-inch headphone/direct output; two 1/4" speaker outputs; 1/8" CD/MP3 input; FBV jack; Built-in chromatic tuner

Order today and experience its exceptional depth and sophisticated touch response.

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Line 6Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head
 
4.1

(based on 26 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (18)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (4)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good power output (6)
  • Excellent sound (5)
  • Easy to use (4)
  • Warm / comfy (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Outdoor events / games (5)
  • Performances (5)
  • Amateur recording (4)
  • Home studio (4)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

An Excellent Digital Modeling Processor & Amp

If you are seeking inspiration from the many hundreds of presets (all infinitely editable) or just play in more than one genre, or with various instruments which all have their own voices and...Read complete review

If you are seeking inspiration from the many hundreds of presets (all infinitely editable) or just play in more than one genre, or with various instruments which all have their own voices and personalitys this is good value and good tone across a very wide spectrum of choices.The caveat is that you need speakers which are neutral and uncolored in order to resolve the subtle nuanced differences of the many modeled voicings (amps, cabs, effects, etc.,). As a reference to what you should be hearing from your speakers, try listening to some reference grade headphones (studio monitor types too) direct out of the HD150. That way you will know what your speakers are or aren't reproducing. A modeling rig should essentially be as "hi-fi" as possible. I use a B-52 4X12 cab that was the most expensive one that they made at the time. Sounds superb with the HD150. I also have an expensive Yamaha 4X10 cab that sounds superb with the HD150 as well (with the horn turned off). Unfortunately, the kinds of speakers that one should use with a modeling amp are usually the "best" model (most expensive) in a manufacturer's line. Line 6 makes a very nuetral 4X12, but it is the most expensive one they offer. The less expensive models are much less impressive in representing the HD150's output accurately. If someone uses the most inexpensive cabs they can find, they will never hear what a modeling amp has to offer. So, there is an obvious cost disincentive to the modeling approach if you are trying to put together a really inexpensive rig. The reviewers who suggest that we, "buy a tube amp", or, "buy a real amp", don't really grasp the point of a modeling amp like the HD150. They are trying to craft a single tone to stand as their own/only voice. More of a one-trick-pony approach so not really relevant to someone who wants more choice and more creativity as provided by the HD150 and other guitar modeling products.I haven't tried recording the HD150 directly into a DAW yet, but based on what I hear through good headphones and my neutral cabs, I would expect the HD150 to sound as good or better than any of the guitar modeling softwares available, with far more presets and flexibility. Free downloads from Line 6 continue to expand the capacities of the HD150. When I bought the HD150 from Musician's Friend, Line 6 threw in a free FBV Express footboard as a gift, so really alot of bang for the buck. I like mine alot.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

A big headache

I am an IT guy of 20 years, figuring out software and hardware is simple for me to say the least. This head is a poor quality waste of money. I have had...Read complete review

I am an IT guy of 20 years, figuring out software and hardware is simple for me to say the least. This head is a poor quality waste of money. I have had two HD 150 heads and both power cycle when changing effects on certain amp models. I have the 4X12 cabinet as well and at loud volumes the amp loses it's punch. The delays are nice, reverb implementation is terrible, the tape echo flutters out and gurgles. This is an overpriced toy that I would be scared to take out of the house and gig with. It may power cycle right in the middle of a solo. Line 6 support is not very quick to take responsibility for the issues either. They told me to send it to them for repair as they could not reproduce the problem on the units they have in their lab. Again, I have owned two of these and am about to return the second one this week.

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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An Excellent Digital Modeling Processor & Amp

By Lostboy13

from Olympic Peninsula, Washington

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Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

If you are seeking inspiration from the many hundreds of presets (all infinitely editable) or just play in more than one genre, or with various instruments which all have their own voices and personalitys this is good value and good tone across a very wide spectrum of choices.The caveat is that you need speakers which are neutral and uncolored in order to resolve the subtle nuanced differences of the many modeled voicings (amps, cabs, effects, etc.,). As a reference to what you should be hearing from your speakers, try listening to some reference grade headphones (studio monitor types too) direct out of the HD150. That way you will know what your speakers are or aren't reproducing. A modeling rig should essentially be as "hi-fi" as possible. I use a B-52 4X12 cab that was the most expensive one that they made at the time. Sounds superb with the HD150. I also have an expensive Yamaha 4X10 cab that sounds superb with the HD150 as well (with the horn turned off). Unfortunately, the kinds of speakers that one should use with a modeling amp are usually the "best" model (most expensive) in a manufacturer's line. Line 6 makes a very nuetral 4X12, but it is the most expensive one they offer. The less expensive models are much less impressive in representing the HD150's output accurately. If someone uses the most inexpensive cabs they can find, they will never hear what a modeling amp has to offer. So, there is an obvious cost disincentive to the modeling approach if you are trying to put together a really inexpensive rig. The reviewers who suggest that we, "buy a tube amp", or, "buy a real amp", don't really grasp the point of a modeling amp like the HD150. They are trying to craft a single tone to stand as their own/only voice. More of a one-trick-pony approach so not really relevant to someone who wants more choice and more creativity as provided by the HD150 and other guitar modeling products.I haven't tried recording the HD150 directly into a DAW yet, but based on what I hear through good headphones and my neutral cabs, I would expect the HD150 to sound as good or better than any of the guitar modeling softwares available, with far more presets and flexibility. Free downloads from Line 6 continue to expand the capacities of the HD150. When I bought the HD150 from Musician's Friend, Line 6 threw in a free FBV Express footboard as a gift, so really alot of bang for the buck. I like mine alot.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

A big headache

By StringZing

from Dallas Texas

Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

I am an IT guy of 20 years, figuring out software and hardware is simple for me to say the least. This head is a poor quality waste of money. I have had two HD 150 heads and both power cycle when changing effects on certain amp models. I have the 4X12 cabinet as well and at loud volumes the amp loses it's punch. The delays are nice, reverb implementation is terrible, the tape echo flutters out and gurgles. This is an overpriced toy that I would be scared to take out of the house and gig with. It may power cycle right in the middle of a solo. Line 6 support is not very quick to take responsibility for the issues either. They told me to send it to them for repair as they could not reproduce the problem on the units they have in their lab. Again, I have owned two of these and am about to return the second one this week.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Yes, it's worth it.

By Unnamed User-MPwLP

from Undisclosed

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Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

I'm going to give it a 9 overall, because it isn't perfect...but you'll have to dig to find it. For playing in cover bands ranging from classic rock, 80's hair metal, alternative...to currently playing hardcore metal, it's a cover band guitarist best tool. If you are looking for something that can get you the sounds you need, look no further. So what it's not a tube amp, most of your listeners will not be able to tell you the differences. Just make music...that's what it's all about.
I'll admit the first time I played this amp, i wasn't impressed. I thought, this is way to complicated to many knobs. However, my current rig, I have a pedal maze, wires running everywhere, and it's a tube amp (Peavey). Setting up for rehearsals, shows...is a pain in the neck. The heads heavy, cabs heavy, the pedals, and having to also set up my PA (Lead Vocals) I'm just about exhausted come gig time. That's where the Line 6's sold me, I used a 75w Combo version at a show once, and I was sold, it took me very little time before hand to find the tones I needed, and with the FBV mkII, I was setup and ready to rock within minutes of arriving. I bought a 30w a couple of weeks later just for "Practicing" and it's so versitale. Sure, it doesn't have the same quality as a tube amp...sort of...I can't make my tube amp do everything these amps can do. Easy to use knobs (that can be turned in transit, and not mess up your presets and with the FBV it super easy to get straight to makin music.
It feels light, and some folks think that means cheap. It's not a tube amp, so it's not going to be heavy. I'm not an engineer so I can't say if these are made "well." But it's good enough for me, just don't drop it or treat it like a piece of garbage, and it should do well for you.
Lots of features that you could spend hundreds of dollars on(Pedals, rack mounted multi-effects). Seriously, it's well worth it. I even prefer these head over the Line 6 tube versions, because my ear can't hear much of a difference between the them.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

I noticed that a couple people that wrote reviews on this amp were comparing it to tube amps and felt a need to chime in. Honestly it's no tube amp and you can't buy this expecting it to sound like a tube amp or side by side the exact same thing. It's simply not! But that doesn't mean it's a bad amp, it's actually a great amp when you compare it to something in its class. I mean it's like there trying to compare a honda accord to a ferarri 550, it just doesn't add up so don't listen to them. Bottom line is if your looking for a decent amp with some effects already (great effects mind you) This is the way to go hands down. Its more than affordable, decent sound, and if you like tweaking it is full of that. I guess the best way to go would be to judge for yourself.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

LEMON!!!

By Kramer

from Springfield, IL.

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Excellent Sound
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

    bought this head 2 years ago and was overwhelmed by all the bells and whistles. this thing offers more than anyone could ever possibly need and more, but, it has too much electronics on board and that leaves too much room for error! my display switches back and forth from edit to play mode and my channels will just change mid song!!! The other guitarist in our band bought one at the exact same time and has now lost his lcd screen lighting and his volume went to half capacity for 3 weeks and then just blared out of nowhere again. oh, and did i mention that the first one i got didn,t put out any sound at all!!! had to drive 4 hours back to guitar center to get another one! so if you have 400 to spend on an amp, keep on looking right past this trap. i will say the cabinet is a screamer though. Also does not come with a pedal to access any of the fun. so if your in a band and want to gig you have to spend another 150 on the full access pedal.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Don't Listen to the lies Tube users say!

    By JBushaw

    from Harvest, AL

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Great For Recording
    • Powerful
    • Variety Of Tone

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

      Most tube users will say that you cant get good tone with a modulating amp. That is not true...Especially if you plan on recording. The tone that comes from this amp is vast and powerful. Even the bunch of presets they have been useful. I think there just mad that they paid so much money if you ask me. Now i will say i would prefer a tube amp for large venue shows. But I have recorded most of my bands Cd on this amp and it sounds great. And i have also used this amp fro live shows with no problem.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Good Amp

      By Colton Agotness

      from Edmore, North Dakota

      About Me Experienced

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Powerful

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jamming with friends

        Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

        I love this thing! its everything i would want in a amp, the clean channel is good, and the distortion is good to, just get yourself a footswitch and your set! One thing I would add would be an effects loop, but thats not really a problem, good for metal and rock too.....

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Don't think, just buy.

        By Kyle Carey

        from Northwest Indiana

        Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

        If you're looking for a new head in this price range, do not look further. The effects on this baby are superb. The presets are VERY useful (and fun) and this baby CRANKS. I am running it through a Peavey MS412. The built-in tuner is so convenient, as is the 15 second loop function. Take the time to learn everything about this amp once you get it though so you can fully utilize its potential. If it's Line 6, you know it is good.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Cant beat this price for Quality!!!

        By Cool Breeze

        from PA

        Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

        I just bought this Amp head 2 days ago and im using it with my 120watt Crate cabinet. This is an amazing head especially if you get it with an FBV control pedal.Great for any kind of sound you want. And now it has a 15 sec loop which is a cool feature.The only problem I have with this amp head is changing the names of the presets but thats no big deal.I highly recommend this Head if you want quality and features. For a 150 watts, you cant beat this price!

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Line 6 Spider IV HD150

        By Dirty Dingo

        from New York

        Comments about Line 6 Spider IV HD150 150W Guitar Amp Head:

        I loved the amp right out of the box. The presets are great and I love the way I can customize them too. I love creating my own combinations and how you can tweek the effects. The amp cuts through better than my Marshall. It has tons of power and the tonality is wonderful.

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