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Line 6 Micro Spider 6W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp
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      Line 6 Micro Spider 6W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp (483088)
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Get brilliant tones on the go with the battery-powered Micro Spider.

The Line 6 Micro Spider amp features four brilliant electric guitar sounds from Clean to Insane, a stunning acoustic guitar sound and six Smart Control FX to provide you with an incredibly wide tonal range. Plus, with intuitive features like an integrated chromatic tuner, microphone input with dedicated trim knob and POD 2.0-style direct out, Micro Spider is equally useful at home, on vacation or in the studio.

Powered by six C batteries, and weighing in at seven pounds, Micro Spider guitar amplifier is always at your side whenever musical inspiration strikes.

Line 6 Micro Spider 6W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp Features:

  • 4 Spider III amp models: Clean, Crunch, Metal, Insane plus Acoustic
    Six Smart Control FX:
    Chorus/Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, Sweep Echo (with tap tempo), Tape Echo (with tap tempo), Reverb
    Integrated chromatic tuner with note-name display
    Powered by six C batteries or included AC adapter
    Six watts of power with a 6.5" speaker
    POD 2.0-style direct output
    1/4" microphone input with dedicated mic trim knob
    Mini stereo MP3/CD input
    1/4" instrument input
    1/4" headphone output


Line 6 Micro Spider 6W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:

  • 7 lbs
    9.5"W x 10"H x 7"D


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  • Mean Little Amp

    As reviewed by LeeGordonJones on 5/4/2010

    I was in search of a battery powered amp that I could put in a tote bag and take with me on the road that would enable me to practice in a motel room without disturbing the other guests. I have several tube amps ranging from 15 to 40 watts, but they?re really too cumbersome and loud for lugging in and out of motels. After a little net surfing, I discovered the Line-6 Micro Spider. Both my son and my nephew have 30 watt Line-6 Spiders, which are very versatile and quite loud - loud enough to play with drums, so I decided to try the Micro Spider. This little amp is surprisingly loud for a battery powered amp ? it runs on six C-cells, and I think when powered by its wall-wart power supply, it?s even a hair louder. It has a 6-1/2- inch speaker that produces an impressively full sound, although if the low E string buzzes on a fret, the speaker breaks up more than a larger speaker normally does. I like the built-in tuner, and I am sure at some point to try the CD and mic inputs and headphone output, but I haven?t yet. There are lots of tonal choices and effects: one knob controls the chorus/flange, phaser, and tremolo effects; each sounds pretty good. Another knob controls a variable echo/reverb, which again are quite good. I generally use a little reverb and maybe a touch of chorus or tremolo, but mostly just reverb. And there?s quite an array of overdrive choice. I pretty much only use the clean setting, but there?s plenty of overdrive/distortion to be had using the crunch, metal, or insane settings, which can be adjusted using the drive knob. And by pushing the crunch and metal buttons at the same time, one can get a simulated acoustic setting. I don?t really hear a big difference between this setting and the clean setting, so I generally just leave it on clean. Each of the tone controls works in a sufficiently wide band to dial in the desired amount of twang or woman tone. In fact, when I first plugged in, all three knobs were turned all the way down, and it still sounded quite good. The amp has a few quirks that took me a little while to get adjusted to: namely when switching between channels, the effects and levels return to their default mode, so best to turn down the channel volume and/or master volume before switching. There is no foot switch, so one cannot easily click in and out of lead mode on the fly, but for practicing in the bedroom, it is plenty versatile. I?m not sure it?s what I would call a great value, but it?s priced competitively with comparable models, and if one needs the portability of battery power, this is what it costs. On the whole, I?m happy with my purchase.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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  • Mean Little Amp

    As reviewed by LeeGordonJones on 5/4/2010

    I was in search of a battery powered amp that I could put in a tote bag and take with me on the road that would enable me to practice in a motel room without disturbing the other guests. I have several tube amps ranging from 15 to 40 watts, but they?re really too cumbersome and loud for lugging in and out of motels. After a little net surfing, I discovered the Line-6 Micro Spider. Both my son and my nephew have 30 watt Line-6 Spiders, which are very versatile and quite loud - loud enough to play with drums, so I decided to try the Micro Spider. This little amp is surprisingly loud for a battery powered amp ? it runs on six C-cells, and I think when powered by its wall-wart power supply, it?s even a hair louder. It has a 6-1/2- inch speaker that produces an impressively full sound, although if the low E string buzzes on a fret, the speaker breaks up more than a larger speaker normally does. I like the built-in tuner, and I am sure at some point to try the CD and mic inputs and headphone output, but I haven?t yet. There are lots of tonal choices and effects: one knob controls the chorus/flange, phaser, and tremolo effects; each sounds pretty good. Another knob controls a variable echo/reverb, which again are quite good. I generally use a little reverb and maybe a touch of chorus or tremolo, but mostly just reverb. And there?s quite an array of overdrive choice. I pretty much only use the clean setting, but there?s plenty of overdrive/distortion to be had using the crunch, metal, or insane settings, which can be adjusted using the drive knob. And by pushing the crunch and metal buttons at the same time, one can get a simulated acoustic setting. I don?t really hear a big difference between this setting and the clean setting, so I generally just leave it on clean. Each of the tone controls works in a sufficiently wide band to dial in the desired amount of twang or woman tone. In fact, when I first plugged in, all three knobs were turned all the way down, and it still sounded quite good. The amp has a few quirks that took me a little while to get adjusted to: namely when switching between channels, the effects and levels return to their default mode, so best to turn down the channel volume and/or master volume before switching. There is no foot switch, so one cannot easily click in and out of lead mode on the fly, but for practicing in the bedroom, it is plenty versatile. I?m not sure it?s what I would call a great value, but it?s priced competitively with comparable models, and if one needs the portability of battery power, this is what it costs. On the whole, I?m happy with my purchase.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Built to travel

    As reviewed by Mike on 11/28/2009

    This is a nice light-weight amp. The manual indicates "...up to 20 hours of power with 6 C sized batteries." This is equal to the Roland and the VOX. I found the effects easy to use. However, I mainly use the CLEAN channel. By the way, this does have a built-in noise gate; just in case your your axe is prone to hiss, etc. A good amp, wherever you might be when you desire to plug-in and ...

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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