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« clean sounds »

Published on 11/08/11 at 22:16
The Line 6 Spider IV 75 is a great, and powerful amp. It went well with my fender Stratocaster. The fx are amazing great variety of distortion. It also has amazing wah gain chorus and phaser. Ther delay is great and it so easy to control the exact amount of feed back. It is great for practicing because if your mom yells at you to turn it down you can turn the amp to 50% power. But then when you need to perform at a gig you can turn it up and the whole room is filled with the amazing sounds of this amp.it is the quality of a $600 amp but for a much lower price. My people that have used the Line 6 Spider have complained about the clean sound and the reverb, but the reverb is really great and the clean sound could be better but is pretty good.


UTILIZATION

If your like me and you love the sound of the distortion used by such bands as As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage (already made presets) and August Burns Red and For Today (easy to make sound alikes) then this amp for you. You wont find many other amps that provide this quality for a price like this one.


SOUNDS

If you love fantastic clean tones that would put anyone to sleep, then you might wanna look some more. There are some clean tone aspects that are nice though like Twang wich has a nice thick sound with a little delay that is nice when playing Tool, Chevelle, Breaking Benjamin and other heavy alternative band's clean tones. Also the As I Lay Dying clean tone is nice for playing at church.

OVERALL OPINION

Overall a great amp and at a very reasonable price that you can afford. I suggest you go to your local store to check this one out. You wont be disappointed.
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