Line 6 Spider II 210

Line 6 Spider II 210

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Spider II 210, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 in the Spider II series.

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Line 6 Spider II 210 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Line 6
  • Model:Spider II 210
  • Series:Spider II
  • Category:Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2004

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Line 6 Spider II 210 user reviews

Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 5 reviews )
 3 reviews60 %
 1 user review20 %
 1 user review20 %
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MGR/Alan Acuna10/16/2004

MGR/Alan Acuna's review"Line 6 Spider 2 210"

Line 6 Spider II 210
I was looking at Guitar Center and online for amps, because my old 20 watt finally gave up. One day at the Cash America pawn shop, i found this nice, perfect condition line 6 amplifier. At that time, I didnt know much about amps, but it seemed $150.00 was a deal for 120 watts. I took it home and checked the actual price online, and it was well over what I payed.

Everything on this amp is great. It has a few simutaneous effects on it. Some of the effects are: tremolo, flange, chorus, and other echo sequences. The effects all have differnt speed settings too. The insane distortion setting is awesome, and it the best for playing heavy metal.

Some things I dont like about this unit would be the feedback I usually get with volume above nine. That's usually settled by lowering the drive and bass a little bit. Another thing is the four programed settings(A B C D). Usually I set the B for ditortion, but I push it and the drive always has to be adjusted again.

The constuction is great, open back lets me store extra pedals or whatever, and the knobs and buttons are easily accessible with no resistance or trouble.

My thoughts are that this is a great, affordable, loud, effects loaded amplifier that can be great for practicing with drums. I really like this amplifier and recommend this to anybody.

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iamqman's review"Ok for a practice amp"

Line 6 Spider II 210
Let me start by saying how much I loath solid state amps and how much I can't stand amp modeling. Amp modeling is so processed and fake that no matter how much time you spend with it you will not be able to make it sound real. This amp continues to give me very little doubt about the amp modeling world. Line 6 are definitely the leaders in the amp modeling world but to be honest most of their tones from the recreated amps just don't sound very good.

I like Line 6 products and many of their units I still use today. However, these amps are just garbage. They are positioned for the newbie guitarist who needs an all in one everything amp that has effects, tuner, and load of amp models.


* 12 unique amp models
* 7 different effects with 3 available simultaneously
* Smart FX knob for easy tweaking
* Delay times can be set via tap tempo
* 2 - 10" Custom Celestion speakers
* Front-panel tuner
* Spring and room reverb
* Headphone out
* 120W stereo (2x60W)
* 27-1/2"W x 21"H x 15-1/2"D
* 54 lbs.


This is just a waste in my opinion. I like the way their effects sound and the way that their software is set up much like a real guitar rig, but the distortions and amp models are horrible! To me it doesn't matter what guitar you use with this thing it is going to sound nothing like the amps they are trying to recreate. If you must lay this amp then I would play it with a Gibson Les Paul or something with mahogany for the wood. Something dark and bold that will give some thickness to the tone of this amp.

The amp sounds thin and sterile much like a stomp box overdrive or distortion pedal would sound like. The tone is very brittle and unmistakably digital. You will not be able to dial that out at all.You can hear and feel the digital process in the tone. This amp has no soul and no tone what so ever. It is a complete waste of resources.


If you want a mp modeler that has effects built in as well then go with one of the other Line 6 amps that Reinhold Bogner helped out with. They actually have a good usable distortion tone. No wonder they went out an found a pro to do the dirty channels.

Line 6 has ceased to make this model anymore. Now they are on the Line 6 1V. Which has about the same amount of tonal qualities. You can find these in the classifieds for around $200 or so and maybe less. I have never researched to find out. My guess is that you will be much happier with the Bogner version.

mikolou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" good amp 150 W"

Line 6 Spider II 210
150 W transistor


assertions are easy to use moving knobs magic operates, you get what you want generally with any type of guitar


the clerics its wonderful, the distortion really good, I've already put the knobs in a substantive against repeated and apparently there is a little too much for my taste but acute ca severe sends all the same.


I used many frqnchement model that is not bad, but have a marshall his superior smoother I find more heat on this spider anyway.

Septicaemia's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Line 6 Spider II 210
Modlisation-transistor amplifiers.
2x60watts stro-120watts.
-2 HP celestion 10 *.
12ampli-modliss, 7effets (chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay, reverb ...)

Very beautiful! "It throws" a real Christmas tree ... like all the Spider II, about 21kilos, quite large ...

one little regret labscence casters ... It was a small but dtails soon forgotten!


4mmoire, a footswitch (very handy to quickly change or distortion in the saturated its clean!)
rglages need to do when the pig thing gonna own ... but it is on the front passience davoir his "sound" and many el Taking Charge!


A large panel of his ... a good clean sound, good distortion, simulation, 2CH, red and green!
Clean Green: Hiwatt Custom 100
Clean red??
Twang Green fender tweeddeluxe 53, tweed bassman 58
Twang Red: 65 Fender Twin Reverb, blackface deluxe reverb and 64 borwn face Vibroverb 63
Green Blues: Vox AC-30
Red Blues: Marshall JTM-45, Fender Bassman 58, Fender Vibroverb 63
Crunch Green: Marshall Plexi 100 watt 68
Crunch Red: Marshall 50 watt Plexi 63
Metal Green??
Red Metal: Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier
Insane Green:??
Insane red??

jai test with an Ibanez RG 370 DX

all sounds are correct and well immitis! that the choice! It sounds a little cold still ... "But do not push it in pp nomplus nettles!" lamp is not at all! otherwise the clean sound is very beautiful! distortion and diversify! push a little volume and vrouammmmmmmmmmm! dcolle wallpaper!


I test about 20 minutes in a mag because I wanted to zic TEWT before ordering my Spider II 212, jai loccasion was therefore to test the 210 and 112!

It is very beautiful! does not heat! (Large radiator damn good), rather heavy! (21kilos approximately) a very good report quality price! are the rglages prcis! good power! and no parasite or breath as the Marshall Valvestate range and MG! (In trot Valvestate 8080 and MG 100 DFX)

I'll take the 212 for AC power and more than 12 speakers *! So best is due DEFINITIONS and more serious! without the ca 210 ets a good amp! and cheap!

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