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  • DukeBD93DukeBD93

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 03/16/09 at 15:07
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    USE

    Setup is simple four channels clean / crunch / metal / insane, the settings are simple, and the effects are easy to utiliss.
    on the other hand it is difficult to get a good sound though prdfinis sound is pretty good when seeking its own sound quickly becomes galre.
    for the manual, it is clear you can even discover 2/3 truks as boost the clean.mais we regret that no adjustment of "type" as stated in the manual in mesa boogie but hey it's an amp of budget they not all think

    SONORITS

    Clean: the clean is good, even very good for a 15 watt transistor can find a bluesy sound a bit bold, funky his or her slamming his girlfriend to tears; D

    crunch: when the …
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    USE

    Setup is simple four channels clean / crunch / metal / insane, the settings are simple, and the effects are easy to utiliss.
    on the other hand it is difficult to get a good sound though prdfinis sound is pretty good when seeking its own sound quickly becomes galre.
    for the manual, it is clear you can even discover 2/3 truks as boost the clean.mais we regret that no adjustment of "type" as stated in the manual in mesa boogie but hey it's an amp of budget they not all think

    SONORITS

    Clean: the clean is good, even very good for a 15 watt transistor can find a bluesy sound a bit bold, funky his or her slamming his girlfriend to tears; D

    crunch: when the crunch is really the m *** e, we do not even say the crunch is not prcis bold, hard to get out of greasy blues or AC / DC yuck

    metal: the one is pretty good, the bass is well filled ave some reverb we quickly takes the game of the big riff metallica one acute problem not very beautiful, they are very desagr ble for solos, but if we play solos like "nothing else matters" will not over in the treble was incredibly well made but good hardrockeur shred fan and tapping it is dead ^^

    insane: it is the opposite of metal channel bass are shabby but treble are dmoniaques tape echo with any bend we do and it is ay = D is a rockstar!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 1 year
    the peculiarity that I like the most is the easy argler metal sounds, and what I like least SOUND unusable CRUNCH!
    I try many model before, small marshall among others but I chose this one for the effects and 4 channel which is not easy to find this price
    the quality / price ratio is pretty good
    with the experience I think I would choose the VOX AD 15 for 50 euros which offers much better sound than the spider
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  • THE BALDTHE BALD

    More sales, more product, what a pity! ..

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 06/01/14 at 09:50
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    Here is a 15 watt amp modeling, a lot of effects, reverb, saturation, chorus, headphone jack, a single channel impractical, many buttons, full of lights, small loupiottes glittering oh it's beautiful in the black ...

    UTILIZATION

    We will say that in general, more research is sound, light, crunch, saturated (if you like, which is my case), and while there to find a good sound clear is exploitable by the cons saturations are shall we say, not super realistic, the only time I found a sound about right is when I plugged a 1 jh marshall dedans.Même baffle a strange response when we attack to palm mute means as an acute noise écho.je myself leaning heavily on the settings, the one which…
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    Here is a 15 watt amp modeling, a lot of effects, reverb, saturation, chorus, headphone jack, a single channel impractical, many buttons, full of lights, small loupiottes glittering oh it's beautiful in the black ...

    UTILIZATION

    We will say that in general, more research is sound, light, crunch, saturated (if you like, which is my case), and while there to find a good sound clear is exploitable by the cons saturations are shall we say, not super realistic, the only time I found a sound about right is when I plugged a 1 jh marshall dedans.Même baffle a strange response when we attack to palm mute means as an acute noise écho.je myself leaning heavily on the settings, the one which made me more are in the clear.
    the manual is it relatively clear enough.

    SOUNDS

    So no, it does not suit me, besides not playing in a group, I bought a zoom g3 I play with headphones (woman and children requires). As I went back to the guitar after a long stop I admit I bought the stuff 1st prize, ltd ec 50 then after washburn if 60 mw, and although the concern is not from scratch but the amp whose sponsor is average or even very average.

    OVERALL OPINION

    So I always, it's been a while since I played more, I try to sell it, I think it must be started with something and it is part of the initial investment, after it evolves and we see the limits of the device, currently on a yamaha 5 tsa, I picked taste to play without a headphone, on a much simpler amp in use, but also much more performant.En large 2 choices when starting with amp 100 euros, it takes nine to modeling or transistors, or occasion and you can enter a marshall Valvestate hybrid that has aged well or lamp type bugera amp, vox, ibanez 5 Watt certainly less small loupiottes shining, little tweaks but with real sounds and personality.
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  • heads on fireheads on fire

    Good cheap practice amp.

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 10/24/11 at 11:50
    4 Essential Amp Models (clean, crunch, metal, insane)
    6 Effects (2 simultaneous) including phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb
    4 User-programmable channels
    CD/MP3 jack
    Headphone/Direct Out for practice or recording
    Custom 8" speaker
    15 Watts
    Dimensions: 15.5L x 14.5H x 8.25D

    UTILIZATION

    This amp is really easy to get a good workable tone out of. I wish this kind of amp was around when I was a kid learning to play - it smokes the little Peavey Rage 158 I used to have! I use this in guitar lessons so my students can get a sound close to whatever style they want to learn in, and it works well for that. I wish I could go in and take out the Tremol…
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    4 Essential Amp Models (clean, crunch, metal, insane)
    6 Effects (2 simultaneous) including phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb
    4 User-programmable channels
    CD/MP3 jack
    Headphone/Direct Out for practice or recording
    Custom 8" speaker
    15 Watts
    Dimensions: 15.5L x 14.5H x 8.25D

    UTILIZATION

    This amp is really easy to get a good workable tone out of. I wish this kind of amp was around when I was a kid learning to play - it smokes the little Peavey Rage 158 I used to have! I use this in guitar lessons so my students can get a sound close to whatever style they want to learn in, and it works well for that. I wish I could go in and take out the Tremolo and Sweep Echo presets, permanently - why do kids want the most laser gun sounds out of their guitars? - but everything else is pretty good.

    The CD/mp3 in is a great feature for practicing, as is the headphone/record out for practice or recording.

    Also, it is very easy to save and recall a preset sound in this little amp.

    SOUNDS

    I'm rating this a 9 based on the price. It is very easy to get the sounds that I want out of it. It's also very easy to get rid of the sounds I don't want, like when my students dial in a radar sweeping spleep bloople noise swoosh sound.

    The delays and reverbs are very good, as are all the amp models.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the cash, and the application, this is nearly perfect. I love this little amp, and was sad when my store told me they wanted me to change what amp I used in my teaching studio, just so they could sell the more modern version to students. I think Line 6 has a good reputation for selling quality products that are affordable, and this amplifier is certainly no exception to that rule.
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  • kpetremkpetrem

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 01/23/08 at 02:30
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    - Amp Modeling
    - Power 15 Watts
    - In Jack, MP3 input, output (headphones or record)
    - Controls: Drive, Bass / Mid / TREB, Volume + EQ effects, 2-button effects: Chorus / Phaser / Tremolo Sweep Echo and / Tap Echo / Reverb, Master Volume
    - Hidden function: Boost and Noise Gate Drive
    - Two separate scales, one for clean and one for the other modes (Crunch / metal / Insane) would be useful.

    UTILIZATION

    - Configuring simple but rich in opportunity, there are so many settings at the beginning we do not know what to use
    - The manual is poor, says just the buttons but nothing more.
    - For use by repeating or together do not count. The settings are far too complex for a quic…
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    - Amp Modeling
    - Power 15 Watts
    - In Jack, MP3 input, output (headphones or record)
    - Controls: Drive, Bass / Mid / TREB, Volume + EQ effects, 2-button effects: Chorus / Phaser / Tremolo Sweep Echo and / Tap Echo / Reverb, Master Volume
    - Hidden function: Boost and Noise Gate Drive
    - Two separate scales, one for clean and one for the other modes (Crunch / metal / Insane) would be useful.

    UTILIZATION

    - Configuring simple but rich in opportunity, there are so many settings at the beginning we do not know what to use
    - The manual is poor, says just the buttons but nothing more.
    - For use by repeating or together do not count. The settings are far too complex for a quick adjustment or transition to a distortion / clean fast music.

    SOUNDS

    - It suits my style of music pop rock metal. Amp versatile enough, there's plenty to do
    - Coupled with a DX10D Jackson, my favorite effects are the chorus and some reverb.
    - We get it a good clean sound.
    The side with metal and insane distortion is obtained quickly with powerful sound bold but it is difficult to obtain a clear and precise. In addition, acute are a little noisy which is quite unpleasant but we will have had worse.
    The Crunch mode is a nice, can make sounds more "funk", ideal for the Red Hot.
    I put 7 / 10 for sound in loud sound with acute disto imprecise.

    EDIT: I have now been four months and is still going strong. Note that distortion, if the gain is too high, the amp starts to sizzle, especially in the acute and dashes. It's quite unpleasant, but you can set it so that it does has to do more. This is only 15 watts after all.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I've had three weeks.
    - It is a pity it is difficult to obtain accurate sound to make good ptits solos to Metallica. I think that tampering with a little more we can do it. But hey, this is not a high end amp, you can not ask him more. The sounds are annoying screaming acute when we blow up a few more Watts.
    - Good quality / price ratio anyway.
    - I do not think I would do the same choice. I think I would take a more basic amp, better range, and the association if I need one or more pedals.
    This amp is more focused on the modeling of effects of the main qualities of an amp like a good old distortion.

    I recommend it if you want an amp to have fun all alone in your corner. Exclude repeated or used in concert under penalty of galleys to set your amp to each music.

    EDIT: I was able to compare line 6 with a fender, it has nothing to do. We feel that the clean line of six duck sounds like some notes crunch. I count myself in favor of a separate amp that is not modeling. In addition, we realize that the distortion is drooling. Well it's good for a first amp, but I will not repeat that choice.
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  • Fred7582Fred7582

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 03/13/08 at 10:08
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    Amp modlisation 15-w, with an faade: between a guitar, a sheet and a CD/MP3 sound system or headphone output
    For rglages: a 4-channel select illuminated buttons: clean, crunch, metal, insane (very dirty!) - Can we have some buttons rglages: drive, bass, mid, treble, channel and master volume
    Level effects: chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo / delay / reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use: one branch, it RULES (a little) and we play!! This gives very easy Sounds cool ..... trs and there is no need to read the manual ....
    I test the bte with simple and double coils ..... Sound is the!

    SOUNDS

    At Sound: superb especially with a Strato Clean (with chti little chorus and…
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    Amp modlisation 15-w, with an faade: between a guitar, a sheet and a CD/MP3 sound system or headphone output
    For rglages: a 4-channel select illuminated buttons: clean, crunch, metal, insane (very dirty!) - Can we have some buttons rglages: drive, bass, mid, treble, channel and master volume
    Level effects: chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo / delay / reverb

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use: one branch, it RULES (a little) and we play!! This gives very easy Sounds cool ..... trs and there is no need to read the manual ....
    I test the bte with simple and double coils ..... Sound is the!

    SOUNDS

    At Sound: superb especially with a Strato Clean (with chti little chorus and delay and you end up on the plant U2)
    The Crunch is nice with a little rglages even when ..... one approaches the gain Marshall
    The application also Mtal rglages few and we are on the soles of the Mesa Boogie with much compression in the Son
    The last channel: Insane ...... I feel a little dirty .... but I'm not a mtaleux ..... nanmoins even when it is exploitable.
    The effects are the height of the BTE.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For an amp of study (it is a 15w, does not make the Stade de France with ....) is more than correct!! and it was a great little amp for the price of an effect pedals .... trs a really sounds good, it's lightweight, convenient to play in his room before the mirror or doing lines all night long!

    PS: I plugged the amp via the exit "record out" on a sound and well ...... HK is not bad at all!!
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  • Anonymous

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 05/12/08 at 13:33
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    15W modeling amp transistors.
    An input jack for guitar input and a CD/MP3 input Headphones.
    -4 Caneaux: clean, crunch, metal, insane.
    3-band equalization -1.
    -1 Channel volumes and a master volume.
    -chorus/flanger, phaser, tremolo, two types of delay with tap tempo and reverb.

    Comprehensive for the beginner and easy to access.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to adjust (I suggest you put the volume up on chanel all caneaux and adjust the master volume to avoid the bad feedback going on "insane").
    It has access to four different sound:
    -Clean
    -Crunch
    -Metal
    -Insane

    Which you can add various effects included in the full boite.Très so.

    SOUNDS

    These sounds a…
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    15W modeling amp transistors.
    An input jack for guitar input and a CD/MP3 input Headphones.
    -4 Caneaux: clean, crunch, metal, insane.
    3-band equalization -1.
    -1 Channel volumes and a master volume.
    -chorus/flanger, phaser, tremolo, two types of delay with tap tempo and reverb.

    Comprehensive for the beginner and easy to access.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to adjust (I suggest you put the volume up on chanel all caneaux and adjust the master volume to avoid the bad feedback going on "insane").
    It has access to four different sound:
    -Clean
    -Crunch
    -Metal
    -Insane

    Which you can add various effects included in the full boite.Très so.

    SOUNDS

    These sounds are those on which I took my first guitar it is not my style of music that is heavey metal. I play it with an Ibanez RG.
    You can find very different sounds with the insane channel: an equalization V will sumptuous very heavy metal riffs. In contrast with the Bass and Treble cut and the middle bottom one is obtained are fuzzy.
    In all cases the channel is just not enough metal and metal channel insane too dirty and that's unfortunate.

    The side effect of the chorus but it's going to effect the famous jet engine which normally is characteristic of flanger which did not on this amp (they are crazy in line 6 ^ ^). The rest I m ​​' is not in too except the delay is easily adjustable with tap tempo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love this amp it has a value sentimentale.Il is great for beginning, when we do not claim too much qualité.Il offers numerous low-cost option and is very easy to adjust.
    I tried the marshall before but I'm not a fan of their particular timbre and offer less opportunity to get started.

    The value for money is exellent I trouve.Je remake that choice except if they come out of the 100W tube amp at this price ^ ^.
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  • sadesade

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 06/03/08 at 05:21
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    Small transistor amp models (3)
    15 watts and just an auxiliary input for CD and others, reverb, chorus, flanger, delay (with tap tempo)

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. The sound is ...
    nazillard. I only use the clean qd I accompany a singing school. The distorted sounds are zero, but suffice to débutant.Manuel all very clear.

    SOUNDS

    I plug in a Start or a PRS and always clean. Sounds very same qs "plastoc" ...
    Its dry and without sustain, without any relief.
    I hate the sounds? All! It amplifies but evil.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Amplifier used primarily to work with my students. Not too expensive, a light but its awful. It should be noted that I play mostly on …
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    Small transistor amp models (3)
    15 watts and just an auxiliary input for CD and others, reverb, chorus, flanger, delay (with tap tempo)

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use. The sound is ...
    nazillard. I only use the clean qd I accompany a singing school. The distorted sounds are zero, but suffice to débutant.Manuel all very clear.

    SOUNDS

    I plug in a Start or a PRS and always clean. Sounds very same qs "plastoc" ...
    Its dry and without sustain, without any relief.
    I hate the sounds? All! It amplifies but evil.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Amplifier used primarily to work with my students. Not too expensive, a light but its awful. It should be noted that I play mostly on tube amps (Fender, Koch), so hardly comparable in terms of price and sound.
    Ultimately, a "sound box" to work, but even with qd very difficult ...
    Try something else!
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  • Anonymous

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 08/10/08 at 07:10
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    Amp modeling transistors 15w.
    It has a guitar input, a headphones output and a CD/MP3 input.

    Simple adjustments:
    -4 All soft buttons to select the channel
    The knob-usual gain, bass, mid and treble
    One-volume channel
    -2 Knobs effects (modulaton and echo / reverb)
    A master-volume

    UTILIZATION

    Congfiguration simple.
    Sounds easy to obtain drinking with Equalization.
    Manuel nickel (a must read if one wants to miss the functions distortion boost and noise gate).

    The CD/MP3 input is rotten you can put anything except on the clean channel and void if the piece is saturated and MP3/CD takes full effect. So rotten.

    SOUNDS

    Then there was my first amp which I …
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    Amp modeling transistors 15w.
    It has a guitar input, a headphones output and a CD/MP3 input.

    Simple adjustments:
    -4 All soft buttons to select the channel
    The knob-usual gain, bass, mid and treble
    One-volume channel
    -2 Knobs effects (modulaton and echo / reverb)
    A master-volume

    UTILIZATION

    Congfiguration simple.
    Sounds easy to obtain drinking with Equalization.
    Manuel nickel (a must read if one wants to miss the functions distortion boost and noise gate).

    The CD/MP3 input is rotten you can put anything except on the clean channel and void if the piece is saturated and MP3/CD takes full effect. So rotten.

    SOUNDS

    Then there was my first amp which I play for long hours.
    I found its sound great but since I bought a spider valve (always in line6) and here I perceive that it was not great.

    The sound is clear without too artificial distos dynamics and lack of heat (transistor requires) and always dynamic.

    The effects are also a little dull.

    Enough for a beginner.

    OVERALL OPINION

    An amp for beginners but lacks warmth and dynamics.
    The hyper distos are particularly ill-defined agreements and the effects are a bit light.
    An amp for beginners or for practice before a live ^ ^.
    The value for money is pretty good.
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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Same but different

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 09/12/11 at 22:52
    This little amp is nice priced and convenient amp. Much like the 75 watts it retains most of the features from the original amp modeling amps that line 6 starting making years ago. Now they have updated it to the modern times and it sounds not have bad. The tones of this amp I like a little better than the original Spider amps that I was previously used too. Line 6 has upped their tones in these new amp models with better tonal response.

    Spider II 15 packs six Smart Control FX including, Phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb. All effects can be easily tweaked and delay times can be adjusted using tap tempo. Pretty much the same as the spider 2 only with a cou…
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    This little amp is nice priced and convenient amp. Much like the 75 watts it retains most of the features from the original amp modeling amps that line 6 starting making years ago. Now they have updated it to the modern times and it sounds not have bad. The tones of this amp I like a little better than the original Spider amps that I was previously used too. Line 6 has upped their tones in these new amp models with better tonal response.

    Spider II 15 packs six Smart Control FX including, Phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb. All effects can be easily tweaked and delay times can be adjusted using tap tempo. Pretty much the same as the spider 2 only with a couple more options and basically the exact same tone.

    UTILIZATION

    FEATURES:

    * 4 Essential Amp Models
    * 6 Effects (2 simultaneous) including phaser, Chorus/Flanger, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb
    * 4 User-programmable channels
    * CD/MP3 jack
    * Headphone/Direct Out for practice or recording
    * Custom 8" speaker
    * 15 Watts
    * Dimensions: 15.5L x 14.5H x 8.25D

    SOUNDS


    I have always had a problem with amp modeling since they don't sound anything like a real amp. Don't get me wrong this unit will not sound like a real amp. But ti will get you in the ballpark of how they should sound. This amp is not designer to rival real tube amps but give a learner or beginner a great start at learning the electric guitar.

    I like this amp with just about any guitar. Since it is a modeler you can use a Fender Strat for some blues or clean tones and switch over to a Les Paul or another humbucking style guitar for some rock or metal tones.

    This is fun little amp for practicing and that is about it. You are never going to gig with this amp or probably never record with it. You might get laughed out o the recoding session. However, it really wasn't intended to be that.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This amp is not longer in production and has been updated in a newer model. You can find it on the used market for under $99. This amp is marketed a the beginning guitar player who needs an amp with a load of effects and options. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone trying to start a band or responding to a craiglist ad looking for a guitar player with a lot of sounds. So for the learner player this would be fine.
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  • darkwolf291darkwolf291

    Decent Beginner and Practice Amp

    Line 6 Spider III 15Published on 03/30/11 at 19:51
    This is a solid state, digital, modeling amp, but not the best. It has 15w of power, but when you crank it, the effects all seem to trigger subtly. It has one input, a Headphones amp/Line Out, and an Input for a CD Player, MP3, or other music device for playing along with music.
    It has 8 knobs, An LED for Tap Tempo for the Delay, and it also serves as a Gain Boost and Noise Gate.
    The EQ knobs are..Drive (which is the Gain control), Bass, Mid, Treble, and Channel Volume.
    The Effects Knob lets you choose which effect you want (Chorus/Flange, Phaser, and Tremolo) and how much of the effect you choose. You can only use one effect at a time. Around halfway on the Chorus/Flange side of the …
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    This is a solid state, digital, modeling amp, but not the best. It has 15w of power, but when you crank it, the effects all seem to trigger subtly. It has one input, a Headphones amp/Line Out, and an Input for a CD Player, MP3, or other music device for playing along with music.
    It has 8 knobs, An LED for Tap Tempo for the Delay, and it also serves as a Gain Boost and Noise Gate.
    The EQ knobs are..Drive (which is the Gain control), Bass, Mid, Treble, and Channel Volume.
    The Effects Knob lets you choose which effect you want (Chorus/Flange, Phaser, and Tremolo) and how much of the effect you choose. You can only use one effect at a time. Around halfway on the Chorus/Flange side of the knob, it turns from chorus to flange. The Other knob is your delay/Reverb. You can choose between Sweep Echo, Tape Echo (Both are Tap Tempo) and Reverb.
    Holding the Tap Tempo Button while turning the DRIVE knob up past 12 o'clock activates the Gain Boost, giving you more gain, and boosting the volume. Holding the Tap Tempo button while turning the DRIVE Knob down past 12 o'clock turns it off. Holding the tap tempo button and turning the Delay/Reverb knob up past 12 o'clock activates the Noise Gate. Holding Tap Tempo and turning the Delay/Reverb knob down turns it off.

    UTILIZATION

    A good sound CAN be achieved, but it takes some tweaking. It's not that hard to find a usable tone, but it is hard to find a GOOD one. I don't think there's any truly great tones in the amp.
    It is very easy to use and adjust. Everything is labeled clearly, and you know what you're setting and where you're setting it to.
    The manual is very clear, and offers a all of the "Hidden Features of the Tap Tempo Button". The manual is written very clearly and provides enough information to help you learn how to use it.


    SOUNDS

    This is where this amp fails someone with an ear for tone. For a beginner, this is an awesome amp. Lets you dabble in effects, learn how much, and what kind, of gain you like. For someone with an ear for tone, this is a bad amp at best. The distortion is digital, harsh, fizzy, and lifeless. It is VERY digital sounding. It is also VERY muddy. Anything over normal bedroom levels and it gets unbearably harsh and fizzy. The only decent channel on it is the Clean channel.
    At gigging or Band Practice volumes, the bass feeds back VERY VERY quickly. This amp is only decent for low volume practicing. Think bedroom practice. If you're looking for a decent sounding amp for a beginner, it is a decent amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a decent amp for a beginner. Anyone with an ear for tone will find this amp too harsh, fizzy, and lifeless. This amp's big downfall is it's tone. It's digital, and you can tell the second you turn on any kind of distortion. But, because it's marketed for beginners, I am rating it accordingly. It lets you experiment with effects and gain voicings, which is a great option for a beginner amp.
    This amp retails for $100. I feel that's a good price for it.
    All in all, this is a decent beginner amp, and low volume practice amp
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