Line 6 Spider II 112
Line 6 Spider II 112

Spider II 112, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 in the Spider II series.

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bigor 30 03/23/2004

Line 6 Spider II 112 : bigor 30's user review


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Modlisation amplifier, which sends 75watts.
It possde an electric Detachable connection cable.
A jack for an instrument (or may be something else, I did not test)
1 MIDI in order to connect the pdalier FBV2 that comes with the can (with the lead RJB45). We should be able to get something else (I'd have to test ...).
The rglages are a bewildering simplicity because everything is prmach. Moreover, each potentiomtre is lined with a system that diode which lets you know your o you (if you become deaf because of your 75 watts ...)
It lacks even when one enters the in between and a second instrument for ... would not have a cot in a much more expensive amp modlisation ....( n ' is not it Mr. Line 6!)


The manual is clear and lightweight. Rfractaires the culture or the Torah will be due only to find neither drawing nor humor ... but as they opened gnralement no records, it does not matter !
The sound is good because everything comes IMMEDIATE much of this amp. APRS it takes a little fun for'll find the sound that suits your song or style. But I really feel that anything is possible with this machine.


I think this type of amp should all styles of music. I practice every day with my imitation of Japanese Start, a lot of guys with guitars precision of the test and were impressed t ...
He is, among others, for rptitions with a band playing all-fusion of hard through reggae and bossa-and it has not yet found the limits. It spits out a max in all registers!


It's been a few weeks that I used Manir intensive and I can not get enough.
Ormis gaps in the signal that I CHARACTERISTICS I prfr of the cube 30 Roland (not enough power) and the Behringer equivalent (too big and not trust .. .).
Do dplaise lovers of pure sound I hear dj lamp with sarcasm and sees dgoutte mine, I adopt the modern me ... especially since it is cheaper and a priori maintenance free (of course, have to see how it ages).