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« So many good presets »

Published on 10/07/12 at 20:24
I have been using the Line 6 Spider IV 75 for over a year and it continues to grow on me each time that I use it. It has 75 watts with over 500 presets and most of them are special presets that are done by certain individuals that modeled classic sounds from classic songs over the years. It has a lot of effects, delays, mods, echoes, noise gate, boost and you can edit all the parameters of all of those effects. You will have total control over how you want the sound to come out. You can also hook it up via USB so you can get updates right to your amplifier. The Spider IV by Line 6 has revolutionized the amplifier experience by adding this feature in earlier models.


UTILIZATION

There are a whole group of rockstars that have hand crafted and dialed up the sounds on this amplifier. As soon as I heard some of the names that help create the presets like Jonny Marr and Slipknot I knew that this one was the one for me. It is very easy to get a solid sound with the Spider IV, and it is also very portable if you need to move it around from place to place. It is well built and can take some bangs and scraps without showing a visible damage.


SOUNDS

You download the software from Line 6’s website, its more of an edit software where you can create presets and download some other ones from different Spider users. Everything with this amp is easy to use and all of the knobs are right on the front of the unit.


OVERALL OPINION

If you are in need of a good amp that you know will sound good, then this is the one. You will have full control over your effects with the ability to edit them up to 7 different parameters. Go online and download more presets, trade presets, or give them away. You can really do anything you want to do on the Spider IV. Crazy Train, Purple Haze, and Teen Spirit are some of my favorite presets on this amp. This is a must have for any guitarist.
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