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Line 6 Spider Jam
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Line 6 Spider Jam

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 belonging to the Spider IV series.

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Line 6 Spider JamPublished on 04/21/11 at 11:49
What a great little practice amp. This thing has more than you would ever need to get your guitar playing in gear. There are more presets than I think you could ever explore. Probably too much stuff is packed into this little compact amp modeler. One of the greatest things in this amp is the 28 minute looper for recording at home for play back and experimentation. This is great tool to jam along and listen to you playing skills and tweak things on the the fly.


Line 6 Spider JAM Features:

* 12 amp models
* Seven Smart Control Effects
* 400 presets
* Guitar input
* Mic input
* Aux input
* CD/MP3 input
* Headphone out
* 12" Celestion Speaker with 2"......
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What a great little practice amp. This thing has more than you would ever need to get your guitar playing in gear. There are more presets than I think you could ever explore. Probably too much stuff is packed into this little compact amp modeler. One of the greatest things in this amp is the 28 minute looper for recording at home for play back and experimentation. This is great tool to jam along and listen to you playing skills and tweak things on the the fly.


Line 6 Spider JAM Features:

* 12 amp models
* Seven Smart Control Effects
* 400 presets
* Guitar input
* Mic input
* Aux input
* CD/MP3 input
* Headphone out
* 12" Celestion Speaker with 2" Tweeter
* Exclusive Endless Jam Engine
* 28-minute looper

UTILIZATION

Details
Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Power 75W
Speakers 1 x 12" Custom Celestion, 1 x 2" Tweeter
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ Bass, Mid, Treble
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 200 Presets, 36 User, 12 Amp Models
Number of Tubes 0
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x Mic (XLR), 1 x MP3 (1/8"), 1 x Aux (1/4")
Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/4"), 2 x RCA
Footswitch I/O Yes
No Effects Loop
Height 17.5"
Width 21"
Depth 10"

SOUNDS

The sound from this amp in not going to be the best. I have never been a fan of the Line 6 amp modeling. I think it sounds sterile and unnatural. However, I look at this amp as a practice engine and not something that I would play out on gigs of anything like that.

There are so many sounds o explore that a simple review would not suffice. Try it out with multiple guitars and settings to get your desired tone. I like humbucking style guitars with this unit ans I find the clean tones very sub par. Their cleans don't do it for me at all.

OVERALL OPINION

If you are in the market for a decent amp modeler than this might be the amp for you. At new these units come in at around $400, which is a bit on the high side for these particular amps. I like the Peavey stuff and the Roland stuff as far as actual tone goes. This is basically an amp that is a computer so you have a lot of recording and mic out operation. If you need to go direct into the house PA system then you can do that. The looper is the coolest thing on the amp.

I would recommend you trying this thing out before you buy it. If you want the recording feature than this is the amp for you. If you desire tone and still want amp modeling then I would try the Roland Cube or Peavey Viper.
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Line 6 Spider JamPublished on 06/12/08 at 11:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Type amp: see above
Power: 75w (they are really all there)
Connectivity: classic jack for guitar, auxiliary jack (2nd guit or low.), headphone and record 3 points for a microphone.
Rglages / effects: flanger, chorus, phaser, tremolo, delay, tape eho, sweep echo, reverb.
Tap tempo button is convenient for rgler speed delay eg. It also serves as maintaining the sinks 3 sec. tuner. Tuner which is very accurate.

USE

It is a toy !!! One branch, it itches a little, turn (s) button (s), we regratouille, and presto! is dej time! (Because-that tomorrow there is work ... pffffffff ...) wait for tomorrow night! In fact, I bought as soon as he has arrived in my mgsin prfr (bf 4......
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Type amp: see above
Power: 75w (they are really all there)
Connectivity: classic jack for guitar, auxiliary jack (2nd guit or low.), headphone and record 3 points for a microphone.
Rglages / effects: flanger, chorus, phaser, tremolo, delay, tape eho, sweep echo, reverb.
Tap tempo button is convenient for rgler speed delay eg. It also serves as maintaining the sinks 3 sec. tuner. Tuner which is very accurate.

USE

It is a toy !!! One branch, it itches a little, turn (s) button (s), we regratouille, and presto! is dej time! (Because-that tomorrow there is work ... pffffffff ...) wait for tomorrow night! In fact, I bought as soon as he has arrived in my mgsin prfr (bf 4 months), and it's like that since ...
I said a long time the salesman that I was looking for a box rhythms ch.ante not use with which I will not need to bone 1h manual before finding find the on / off button ... With this amp, it's done! I think I look at the manual 1 time in full, 1 time to launch presets "songs" or drums ", 1 again to learn how to record what you play (with or without battery), and from I have fun !!

Important: one chooses either the battery alone
either battery + accompaniment (bass and / or guit. rhythmic)
either accompaniments based on songs from various artists covering the following styles: blues, country, funk, punk, heavy metal, hard rock, ... (John H. Lee, Lynyrd sk, AC / DC, Metallica, Satch. , ZZtop, Judas Priest, Nirvana, ...)

SONORITS

This toy is perfect for what I was also looking at sounds:
I play blues rhythm (John H. Lee, Calvin Russell ...), rock (all sauces), progressive (Pendragon, Rush, Marillion ...), hard (Asdce, Trust ...) a little heavy (Metallica or Satch but only under torture ...)
I do all this with either a "storm" electro-acoustic sound that make many turn pale or with a Les Paul Epiphone std home. (The next will be a "strat" ​​or "tele")
With the electro acoustic sound is downright glove on the "twang red" position (the same as that of Calvin Russell)
With the Les Paul, of the "red metal" sound that remains my prfr: powerful, very fat ... (I think my neighbor appreciates a lot too, unless the acts it made available so I stop ...!?)

For power, I'll do the "fete" music in a cafe and I'm not at all worried, everyone will hear me correctly.

Only the "clean" sound does not please me (personal opinion everything) I found the dish.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it (a lot) for 4 months
What I like the most? I am a "man band" with this thing! I selects a drum beat (with or without bass), I play over THE RIFF killing, if I branch my microphone, I can sing at the same time and a little dude its low branch or his lead guitar ......
I played before on a small Marshall, then a "Rolland" and a Marshall means, I do not even remember their reference number ...
I find the report quality excellent price (even though I know that for many, especially the young + 440 euros is astronomical)
4 months, it is little, but I do this choice, it's on!
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Line 6 Spider JamPublished on 06/22/09 at 02:09
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This is a 75W transistor amp dot an HP Celestion 12 "capable of receiving percussion sounds (beat box) or a source CD / MP3. The amp simulates clbres 12 amps which can reproduce the legendary sounds of the history of the electric guitar. He also has seven effects (chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo / delay / tape echo / sweep echo (but no wah) .At level connectivity c 'is the happiness between electric guitar, guitar or bass + auxiliary XLR microphone, CD / MP3 Also this amp includes 400 presets artists or songs clbres 100 jam tracks with battery. or without accompaniment by tural musicians in a wide variety of styles (from pop to metal, through the country, rock ballads, jazz etc.)......
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This is a 75W transistor amp dot an HP Celestion 12 "capable of receiving percussion sounds (beat box) or a source CD / MP3. The amp simulates clbres 12 amps which can reproduce the legendary sounds of the history of the electric guitar. He also has seven effects (chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo / delay / tape echo / sweep echo (but no wah) .At level connectivity c 'is the happiness between electric guitar, guitar or bass + auxiliary XLR microphone, CD / MP3 Also this amp includes 400 presets artists or songs clbres 100 jam tracks with battery. or without accompaniment by tural musicians in a wide variety of styles (from pop to metal, through the country, rock ballads, jazz etc.) Recording loops up to 14 minutes overlay tracks (loop).
Rglage possible to the tempo of the drum and the height of jam tracks (indicating the tonality in this case). Very accurate built-in tuner.

USE

I reu my amp before nol. We arrive to dpatouiller although the manual reading is well advised to take advantage of all fonctions.L'utilisation is not complicated, the button panel appears generous at the beginning but gradually taking its repres to eg refining the sonority of an acoustic guitar branch or to a CD source. I branch above my laptop via a 3.5mm finished 6.5 (Adapter): excellent. The electric guitar CD I make very well even without forcing the volume. The manual is well done, clear and not overly technical. The DIFFERENT trials to judge the quality of the sounds with my Godin Triumph (3 single mic noise rduction / solid mahogany body) rather gives me satisfaction. The "clean" sounds are beautiful and I gradually introduces me to "metal" sound and "insane" with a strong distortion. Surprennants to departure for me as a novice but there is got faster! The prsets (400) offer a very wide ventail potential of this amp (eg there are the sounds of "Roxane" Police, "Purple Rain" by Prince, "Hotel California" by the Eagles) c is not bad at all even if the simulations tube amp (like the Line 6 Spider Valve) are even more compelling.

SONORITS

As dbutante guitar (two-year course) but as 12 years in music, I was looking for an amp that allow me to have access ventail a beautiful sound without ttonner 2 years .dropoff window From this point of view the result is managed to! I plan to play mostly the variety of pop, jazz, hard rock solos few old (Scorpio), rock. I think I made a good choice because I easily get the rglages I want. I have to get used to the handling of parameters DIFFERENT to be really able to carve entirely sound but will come with time. As indicated prcdemment the Clean / twang sounds are excellent I think. I miss a step back to try "crunch" sound, "Mtal" or "insane" but for my current level is satisfactory, the distortion is good despite the fact that my guitar is endowed 3 single pickups. has works well when even. However, I note a hard time getting a sound like "solo 80s", can be do to my guitar.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for a year, I started well tame even if it left to me to discover functionalities. I like initiating the "loop" function which allows to overlay tracks repeatedly, the impressive variety of sounds, multiple auxiliary entries. What seems more limited means: 1) having operated on the facade recording tracks (you have to go fast) of the crankset Contrle could be int gr in a pack: I just order one (FBV Express) 2) connecting an electronic percussion above (10 HandSonic type) is perilous (risk of saturation), I invested in an adapted amp. on the other hand apparently running very well with rhythms boxes (dmo on the net); 3) the change of tempo leads that of tonality (one would think have the choice to work its ranges).

This is great: 1) real jam tracks (musicians) in diffrentes tonalities to work improv and ranges; 2) comfortable initiating the history of rock music through prsets, 3) The power and versatility.

For all these reasons I think I have done purposively choice and MDIT for dbutante. The price quality ratio is correct. Very good product, I think advisor to beginners and / or those who want amateur scene quickly call a multitude of sonorits diffrentes although the Spider Valve lamps is convaicant. When I have toured the tracks jams, also very stimulating to the imagination, I orienterai to a tube amp for a more profound, but it is not tomorrow the day!
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" Very well!"

Line 6 Spider JamPublished on 12/22/13 at 03:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
We immediately the sound we want
Intuitive settings, fast
Big sound, power, fishing

icing on the cake: accompaniments and line6online especially with a lot of musical choices

And gadget Loops

UTILIZATION

Everything is good

SOUNDS

I'll opt for a single coil, but the amp is very polivalent

OVERALL OPINION

2 years
The fender is good month + complicated to fly, - intuitive
No, I do not regret my choice
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: Spider Jam
  • Series: Spider IV
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/17/2008

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