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Line 6 Spider III HD150
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Line 6 Spider III HD150

Modelling Guitar Amp Head from Line 6 belonging to the Spider III series.

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iscariahiscariah

Line 6 Spider III HD150Published on 12/14/06 at 15:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
2x75 watts transistor amplifier or 1x150 in mono, 2 outputs 4ohms and 8ohms.
12 amp models, 400 presets and 36 users.
Concurrent effects including 3 7
tuner facade
In short, go to line 6 website for details, it is very well done.
Note that we have 9 banks of 4 presets each for the preservation of our ultra simple settings.
And thank you for the Line 6 tap tempo effects used on all with just a beat finger ... GENIAL

UTILIZATION

Config ultra simple, not need the manual except for hidden features (noise gate and stomp I was not able to activate this compare to the manual).
The presets are nice contrary to what I read on the forums, but the large hearts is to get his sound,...…
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2x75 watts transistor amplifier or 1x150 in mono, 2 outputs 4ohms and 8ohms.
12 amp models, 400 presets and 36 users.
Concurrent effects including 3 7
tuner facade
In short, go to line 6 website for details, it is very well done.
Note that we have 9 banks of 4 presets each for the preservation of our ultra simple settings.
And thank you for the Line 6 tap tempo effects used on all with just a beat finger ... GENIAL

UTILIZATION

Config ultra simple, not need the manual except for hidden features (noise gate and stomp I was not able to activate this compare to the manual).
The presets are nice contrary to what I read on the forums, but the large hearts is to get his sound, which requires a little patience and tamper ds settings (equalizer and effects).
However if you want to start right away, necessarily found happiness among the 400 presets provided by fiddling a little adjustments.
Another point, high-volume, I have a flying v and Excalibur, there is no concern for sound equalization is not at all écresé as some casual fans, even with high-power microwave The EQ is quite effective if there are too low, it is not a problem that was quickly corrected.
I used this head on stage and I had an excellent who did not lose in accuracy or in acute without seeming completely compressed, not the sound does not collapse when the beast is set (but it takes a little patience and reflection), the proof is, I played with a ibanez universe 7 string and the amp did not budge on the low frequencies on the other hand for a clear case ds must choose the first step modeling and not the blues of course.

SOUNDS

Amp clearly oriented metal crunch of the simus up insane are monstrous and full of life (you can almost hear the heat lamps, it is amazing, but there is this little qd same side which makes synthetic sound Line 6).
The sound of the guitar is fully respected, I play on paul black beauty, Vigier Excalibur, and strat flyng v and did my settings for each scratch.
With it's red metal amp Dual Rectifier, I had one and I am amazed, ca is good modeling but it is what makes the Line 6 I repeat, for a good big sound rhythm to Messhugah must spend some time to take the lead but the result is there and right there ........... mama mia !!!!!!!!!!!

In hidden command can trigger a stomp which provides more grain but I'm not a fan because the ultra sound is less accurate and drool too much.
In terms of effects, nothing to say, it's line 6 and it seems to have pedals on the floor, just a little critical of the reverb that I find a little synthetic and difficult to master, but well c is also a matter of taste.

At clean sounds, no problem, there is a choice mode blues I feel like I have a twin on the ground and the fact that serious postion red, green is the position of a modeling vox ac 30 but it is not my cup of tea I prefer crispy crunchy distortion in position to marshall crunch red and green, it's really stunning.

OVERALL OPINION

J'utile the head for one month with a 4x12 cabinet line 6.
I played on Marshall, Boogie I had a lot of amps in the studio I'm working on a pod xt and it is natural for the scene and I turned again to the spiderIII.
I am an absolute fan of Line 6's because there's really a line 6, in 20 years I finally guitar sound I want and when I think ca m'hallucine again and yes it is the first Once I have a really good compromise between the lamps and transistors Hallelujah ............
Despite qqs problems as knowledge or is in the settings (the black dot, and yes it should be noted on paper the settings for each preset if vs vs want to remember in case you erase the memory), a reverb just average and no switch (but hey ... for the price) this head is the dream for any musician looking for some versatility.
Here is my opinion, I would do 1000 times this choice with his eyes closed even if line 6 is abusing a little on the price of a shortboard!
Last, contrairemnt to some, I say that this amp is definitely not an amp for beginner who wants to play it, on the contrary, we must have some experience to use it in perfect harmony with each guitar In fact it will never sound crisp and clear with a flying mode and the amp blues .......... a little common sense is actually needed to gain full capacity of the beast.
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NigelNigel

Line 6 Spider III HD150Published on 12/14/06 at 03:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See SPECIFICATIONS on the official website. Small head spaciate complte but in the minds of amps with effects numriques for beginners. Bad points: the footswitch is optional! Line6 Carvin now thinks he is ...

UTILIZATION

Factory patches are quite insignificant as usual on this type of machine with mostly large diffirences dynamics and volume. This edition is the quick and easy, you get sound without drinking too much. The possibilities in terms of managing the effects are but Reduces we know in advance. No need to book.

Note incohrences few red and a little bxs for swapping the locations of the patches or their copies, but it is relatively minor and do not stray too use. The...…
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See SPECIFICATIONS on the official website. Small head spaciate complte but in the minds of amps with effects numriques for beginners. Bad points: the footswitch is optional! Line6 Carvin now thinks he is ...

UTILIZATION

Factory patches are quite insignificant as usual on this type of machine with mostly large diffirences dynamics and volume. This edition is the quick and easy, you get sound without drinking too much. The possibilities in terms of managing the effects are but Reduces we know in advance. No need to book.

Note incohrences few red and a little bxs for swapping the locations of the patches or their copies, but it is relatively minor and do not stray too use. The volume of patches SETTING THE dcevant sometimes it seems not to have a great progressiv and grading levels between DIFFERENT sounds is not easy.

SOUNDS

So good, at first it is quite enjoyable surprise for several reasons:

- Nice clean sounds
- Distos convincing
- Single effects but good bills

L o singulirment is complicated is when you begin playing average sound level (master noon). This head has a big default of most of the amps using it numrique bottom of the rev wrong digr frquences low. With a scraper high output is the end of the beans when a big slap in the clear agreements associated with an echo effect or parts palm mutes. The sound s'crase easily learned with a parasite settles ds distortion bass that are too rich. Can not be corrected by the qualisation.

Abnormal to me so quickly to find the limits of the sound bcanne even if my Flying V did not help the living. But I use the Line 6 4x12 cabinet tration SPECIFICATIONS prvu for her.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it? I use it for 2 months posse down to the last entrenchment.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least? I like its ease of use and the total lack of breath. I dtest lack of safe and sound grate incapacit wide spectrum.

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir? I have a great chance to rpter in a music store I therefore appropriate to take all the time Necessary for testing hardware background. I jou on a package of stuff in my life is ... sr

- How do you report qualitprix? average ratio in the absence of the footswitch! pluttddi gear to beginners wanting to look a body double to play Dad in the room while the mother made her FRRO Lons lollll

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? I usually play on my lights and amps t surprised at first by much. At the rflexion I think it's a product "just fashion" but not really effective.
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jaksonjakson

Line 6 Spider III HD150Published on 07/13/07 at 17:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor
Or 2x75 150watt
jack
that is a modlisateur amp that will sound close to the amp that it emule but with his own to himself

UTILIZATION

Trs simple config
we get a good sound, I have the marshall coupled with an enclosure (as happy)
the manual is short trs

SOUNDS

This amp suits me well trs because he has good sound and very powerful
I play with a Jackson Performer Team squaier emg and costumes that I have

OVERALL OPINION

1 month
It is a powerful amp and good for the live rpeter
the effects are not top
I have to try a mesa dual rectified, a vox,
Good
at the moment so no problem …
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Transistor
Or 2x75 150watt
jack
that is a modlisateur amp that will sound close to the amp that it emule but with his own to himself

UTILIZATION

Trs simple config
we get a good sound, I have the marshall coupled with an enclosure (as happy)
the manual is short trs

SOUNDS

This amp suits me well trs because he has good sound and very powerful
I play with a Jackson Performer Team squaier emg and costumes that I have

OVERALL OPINION

1 month
It is a powerful amp and good for the live rpeter
the effects are not top
I have to try a mesa dual rectified, a vox,
Good
at the moment so no problem
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knot10knot10

Line 6 Spider III HD150Published on 12/25/07 at 00:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
2x75 watts transistor amplifier or 1x150 in mono, 2 outputs 4ohms and 8ohms.
12 amp models, 400 presets and 36 users.
Concurrent effects including 3 7
tuner facade
In short everything is on explain line6.com
Note that we have 9 banks of 4 presets each for the preservation of our ultra simple rglages.
Which is a very good point for the head 10 so

UTILIZATION

The configuration is not very hard as it is boring jpense find the preset that you want used and the QC pasque you could spend a journ to his own pRSET cr.

The sound I got talking to me very simply the sounds that I ais demand that is to say a big distortion. if the sounds so clear very well the amp is very well...…
Read more
2x75 watts transistor amplifier or 1x150 in mono, 2 outputs 4ohms and 8ohms.
12 amp models, 400 presets and 36 users.
Concurrent effects including 3 7
tuner facade
In short everything is on explain line6.com
Note that we have 9 banks of 4 presets each for the preservation of our ultra simple rglages.
Which is a very good point for the head 10 so

UTILIZATION

The configuration is not very hard as it is boring jpense find the preset that you want used and the QC pasque you could spend a journ to his own pRSET cr.

The sound I got talking to me very simply the sounds that I ais demand that is to say a big distortion. if the sounds so clear very well the amp is very well adjusted after it's just pofinage.

the manual very common but I have found comprhensible.

SOUNDS

I am more mtal hard rock I like it frankly is easily obtained and it is his acvec some pRSET dja recorded the style acdc slipknot ozzy ozborne simpa I find even more to play what.

I play with my wahburn OX20 pedals I was using a digitech grunge for my 15W line6 but for me it is absolutely worthless so I kept it for the 15W.

prfr it sounds to me how insane the way red and green with mtal a bit of reverb.

OVERALL OPINION

I use 2 depui 3semaine jadore truly versatile sound level but I prefer the sound distortion which it is truly magnificent.

a 100W marshall ibanez my harley benton a 15W 80W 15W and a peavey

The report price is not bad quality but hey let a certain effect can adsir.

with exprience in therm of modlisation I would do if not in theme to choose from a head lamp I turn to Rivera.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Line 6
  • Model: Spider III HD150
  • Series: Spider III
  • Category: Modelling Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2006

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