Line 6 says that the Spider family are the world's most popular guitar amps—and the way these amplifiers sound is a good enough reason to believe them! Spider amps are a favorite for every genre, from clean and classic rock to distortion-rich metal and alternative. With the flexibility to adapt to any style of music that you play, Line 6 Spider amps are a solid choice for any musician. What is it that sets Line 6 Spider amplifiers apart? Aside from the fact that everybody wants to get their hands on one, they're a winning combination of good amp design and build quality with a number of cool effects and features. There's an adjustable Noise Gate, for example, as well as a Boost effect to add punch to your solos. You can fiddle with individual adjustments to your heart's content, or just dial in a classic amp and let your Spider do its great impression.
On the Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and 150HD, you get Quick Loop—that's a built-in 14-second looper—and two pitch effects: Smart Harmony, which lets you experiment with different scales or shift the pitch to make your 6-string sound like a 12-string; and Pitch Glide, which works perfectly with an FBV foot controller to adjust your pitch within a four-octave range. On top of those specialties, these models come with artist presets that give you custom tones created by the world-class guitarists from bands like Coheed & Cambria, Killswitch Engage, Slipknot and Meshuggah.
The Line 6 Spider series offers the holy trinity of amplification: combo amps, amp heads and speaker cabinets. That gives you great flexibility, since you can grab a cabinet to match its Celestion® drivers with any head unit that you please, pair up the Spider head with the cabinets you already tour with, or build your own all-Spider half-stack. Naturally, the combo amps are as versatile as any other, so they're perfect for rehearsals, small venues, busking and more.
No matter where and how you play, the Line 6 Spider series is worth your attention. Starting with the 15W Spider IV 15 combo amp and running all the way up to the Spider IV HD150 head unit at a cool 150W, you can get exactly the power level that you need—and all with Line 6's renowned quality and sound.