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All the vintage and modern amp tones you want.

Spinning the amp model knob on the front panel of Spider IV 30 is like browsing through a museum of the 12 most revered guitar tones of all time. Vintage British beauties, modern American monsters and more, Spider IV 30 features the historic amp tones that all guitarists are required to have in their collections. Play with sparkling clean tones based on a 1973 Hiwatt Custom 100, syrupy smooth drive tones based on a mix of a '65 Marshall JTM-45, a '58 Fender Bassman and a '63 Fender Vibroverb, British pop/rock tones based on a fawn Vox AC-30, the high-gain onslaught based on a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier, and more. With one-touch ease you can access 4 channels of world-class Line 6 preset tones masterfully dialed in by pro players. Plus, each channel also stores 4 complete amp settings of your own creation. Create, save and recall amp model, EQ, gain and effect settings with the push of a button. Joining the Line 6 community entitles you to top-tier customer service provided by Line 6 representatives and other Spider IV users. Get free Spider IV 15 amp settings for famous songs as well as free lessons, backing tracks, drum loops and more.

An Instant Collection of Essential FX
The Line 6 Spider IV 30 Smart FX were inspired by sought-after stompbox and studio effects to deliver the same unique sounds, colors and textures celebrated by pro players. At your fingertips are 7 brilliant effect models. Discover the tangy Chorus/Flange, swirly Phaser, expressive Tremolo, classic Delay, beautiful Tape and Sweep Echoes, and lush Reverb. Plus, Tap Tempo syncs all your time-based effects! Up to three effects can be used simultaneously. Spend less time tweaking and more time rocking with Smart FX. Each knob lets you easily adjust the amount of the chosen effect so you can get back to playing as quickly as possible.

Total Tone Flexibility
The Line 6 amp's easy-to-use front panel makes it a snap to find a stage-ready tone. Quickly and easily add some grit with the Drive knob and some dimension (or dementia) with the wide variety of effects. Need to shape your tone? Tweak the Bass, Mid and Treble knobs just like you would on a vintage amp. When you choose an amp model, the Spider IV 30 EQ section behaves just like the EQ section of the modeled amplifier. The Line 6 Spider IV 30 gives you a complete, organic, and fully authentic representation of 12 vintage and modern amplifiers. Spider IV 30 guitar amplifier provides all the flexibility and conveniences that guitarists expect from a world-class Line 6 amp. Jam along to your favorite music with the CD/MP3 input and play all night with the great-sounding headphone output (that doubles as a high-quality direct-recording output). Plus, the guitar amp's built-in tuner is always at the ready to keep you sounding your best.

Power, Speakers and Construction
Every aspect of the Line 6 Spider IV 30, from its guitar input to its 30-watt power section to its 12" Celestion Custom speaker, delivers exceptional definition, clarity and feel. And the three-quarter closed-back cabinet adds the perfect tight, snappy response to the diverse range of tones.

Get FBV Foot Controller Connectivity
Get complete hands-free control of your Spider IV with the addition of an optional Line 6 FBV-series foot controller.

Line 6 Spider IV 30 30W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp Features:

  • 12 amp models masterfully dialed in by pro players
    Sparkling clean tones to syrupy smooth drive tones and beyond
    Create, save and recall 4 complete amp settings with the push of a button
    The Line 6 Community offers top-tier service, free amp settings and more!
    7 brilliant and easy-to-use Smart FX (3 at once)
    Effect models inspired by celebrated stompbox and studio effects
    Bass, Mid and Treble knobs behave like the EQ controls of the modeled amplifiers
    Drive knob, Channel volume, Master volume
    Built-in tuner
    Headphone output for all-night jamming
    High-quality direct-recording output
    CD/MP3 input
    30 watts
    Three-quarter closed-back cabinet for a tight, snappy response
    Line 6 FBV foot controllers add hands-free channel switching, wah-wah/volume control and more
    1x12" Celestion Custom speaker in a three-quarter closed-back cabinet for a tight, snappy response
    12 dialed in amp models: 2x Clean, Twang, Blues, Crunch, Metal, Insane; access the tones of Vintage British beauties, modern American monsters and more; 4 channel memories for user-created tones
    7 Smart FX (3 at once) modeled after celebrated stompbox and studio effects; tangy Chorus/Flange, swirly Phaser, expressive Tremolo, classic Delay, beautiful Tape and Sweep Echoes, and lush Reverb; Tap Tempo syncs all time-based effects
    Bass, Mid and Treble knobs behave like the EQ controls from each modeled amp; Drive knob; Channel volume; Master volume
    1/4" input; 1/4" headphone/direct output; 1/8" CD/MP3 input; FBV jack




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  • Line 6 is the KING of metal/djent!

    As reviewed by Cody Frye on 3/8/2014

    Just a little bit about me: *Been playing about 15 years *Have owned several tube, solid state, hybrid combo amps & heads & various modeling devices *Play mostly metal/djent/jazz *Play an Agile Septor Elite 8 string w EMG 808s Ok, first things first. Metal, or djent to be more specific, is what I play for the most part. This amp absolutely SLAYS this task!! I don't try to copy anyone else's tone but I go for a sound somewhere in the middle of Meshuggah/Vildhjarta/After the Burial/Volumes/Structures/Veil of Maya/The Contortionist, you get the idea. If you dig any of these bands, chances are you can probably find the sound you're looking for with this amp. I like a tight, focused, resonant, mean distortion with lots of character & this amp really delivers on that front. Also a big plus is the built in noise gate. Line 6 has always done a great job implementing an effective gate without affecting the sound of the amp. It's whisper quiet when you want it to be & that's huge for me. I should also mention I like to keep things as simple as possible so I'm opposed to pedals for the most part. I think a good amp should give you all the tonal options & characteristics you need in order to find a sound, clean or dirty, that suits you without having to rely on secondary EQs & "tone enhancing" units that just hide the amp's true tone & I believe the Spider IV 30 does JUST THAT. AMP MODELS (lower gain/classic): The clean channels offer a pretty decent sound actually. I usually keep it on the red channel with the gain relatively low with minimal effects for a very usable fat, warm, & round jazz tone. The classic tweed/Fender & British models really offer up some nice, creamy, rich distortion with plenty of harmonics and tube-like characteristics. You can really cover the gamut from the 1960's through the 1980's on just those models alone if you know what you're doing. AMP MODELS (high gain/modern): I love switching between the different red/green metal & insane models. They all sound fantastic but my standout favorite has to be the insane red channel. You can really get a nice mid-range bark on all the metal & insane channels that the previous Spiders just didn't have. Make no mistake, you can scoop the hell of it too but if you really want a versatile, dynamic tone that will cut through the mix, turn that middle knob up past 2 o clock on any of the high gain amp models & you can really hear the tone come alive. This is especially true when you talk about the lower frequencies an 8 string produces. On a side note, if your axe has active pickups, especially EMG 808s, google "EMG pickup 18 volt mod" & you'll be happy you did. It's super easy & you WILL get the best of both worlds (passive & active). I did it & I'll never go back. It's the best thing you can do next to getting Bareknuckle, Lundgren, or EMG 808X pickups. EFFECTS: The amp's only weakness. I'll try to keep it short & sweet. No ability to adjust the amount of the effect into the mix=pointless. Sure the layout is simple but you have almost no control over the effect other than the speed. Also, why did they have to group chorus & flange together? Ugh, thankfully the delay/echo is usable & the reverb isn't bad but as for chorus/flange, phaser, & tremolo...mmmmm no thanks. This just so happens to be a non-issue for me though since I'm not into a lot of effects most of the time but I can see how this could be a deal breaker for some, or at the very least, inconvenient. If it's any consolation though, the effects don't sound as bad on clean as they do distorted guitar so eh...you can use them but I wouldn't go crazy. SHOULD I BUY ONE? Tastes vary & I can't stress enough how important it is to test drive an amp before you decide to buy it. If you can't get to your nearest guitar store, there are plenty of decent enough vids on youtube but PLAY one if you can. Hearing the amp is one thing but feeling it respond to you is another. I know this is more or less marketed as a practice amp but this amp is plenty loud enough to be heard alongside "most" drummers. (you other drummers know who you are lol) As long as you understand how to adjust the EQ as you push the amp to higher volumes, this will be a pretty good band practice amp for you. It also has a nice high quality line out to go straight to a mixer for practice or shows, not to mention recording, so how versatile this amp can be is totally up to you. And folks, I'm sorry but if you're too afraid of what your friends, bandmates, or audience thinks about taking a 30 watt guitar amp on stage with you, you need to grow up & ask yourself why you're REALLY playing guitar. 99% of people don't care, believe me. As for the few people that do, who gives a rat's a** what they think? At the end of the day it's your TONE that matters, not the size, wattage, & price of your amp. Like I said guys, I'm a metal/djent/jazz man & I can't praise this amp enough. If you play what I play, give this amp a chance. Even if you play blues, classic rock, country, whatever, it's versatile enough to be what you want it to be. I get the impression with this amp that it's straight to the point, no BS. It gives you great tones with minimal effort & doesn't try to dazzle you with more buttons & "features". Also, this is easily the best looking Spider design to date. I think it's very sleek, simple, modern, & looks a little mean too, which I like. It's definitely the least digital looking, plastic line of Spiders thus far & the same can be said for its sound too. SOLID STATE VS TUBE DEBATE OK, so does it sound exactly like a tube amp? Not "exactly", of course. It does, however, emulate a tube amp very well & the differences are negligible in my opinion Just to drive this point home, I've personally owned an original block letter 5150 stack & a 6505+ 60 watt combo so you can definitely say I'm a Peavey guy. I loved the tone they both produced, I'm not gonna lie

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  • NEXT-GEN AMP

    As reviewed by Praneet Chitre on 8/24/2012

    This amp is an all powerful weapon-with a 12" celestion belting out 30W of pure power,it's the perfect amp for both studio and stage. The rack-effects on the amp-notably,the delay and the phaser are very good. It's got a great mid-range sound; love the "blues" and the "crunch" presets-transforms any guitar into a vintage blues style instrument. With four channels at your disposal,it gives you the potential for an elaborate set-up combining different sounds. The distortion model on the amp could have been a little better - sounds way too fuzzy because of which the real tone of the guitar gets lost in the fuzz. Response is good and so is the feel;this amp is great as it brings out the dynamics in the music you're playing. Along with the usual goodies like -an mp3 line in and a footpedal option,plus an attractive price - Line 6 has probably produced the world's finest 30W amp.

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  • Gave out, in just about 2 months

    As reviewed by Micah Belden on 3/9/2012

    I bought this amp about 2 months ago. The tones are decent for clean, but for distortion they are just "buzz". Not like, actual distortion sound, though it's all around ok. The special effects are kinda cheesy, and not very customizable. You have to have a foot pedal obviously to switch channels quickly, but you can save your own channels directly to the amp. It's reliability is currently on the crap down the leg side. It's already dying out. Green settings get near noise, and my metal and insane setting lost all of its balls. Sounds like blues style now. I'm gonna trade it in. I HIGHLY reccomend you try this amp out extensively before buying. You better really like the sounds, or it might not be worth it.

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