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Line 6 Spider IV 15 15W 1x8 Guitar Combo Amp Black

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The wide range of Spider IV 15 amp tone starts strong, with a bright and distinctive American clean tone, and then opens gradually to achieve the vintage grit and chime of classic British amplifiers. ... Read More

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Overview

The wide range of Spider IV 15 amp tone starts strong, with a bright and distinctive American clean tone, and then opens gradually to achieve the vintage grit and chime of classic British amplifiers. Experience the infamous "Brown" sound distortion, which is based on a '68 Marshall Plexi 100 with a Variac and jumped input channels, and a searing high-gain tone based on a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier.

With one-touch ease you can access 4 channels of world-class Line 6 tones that were 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. A wolf in sheep's clothing, Line 6 Spider IV 15 sounds ferocious at low volumes as well as cranked to 11. Plus, value-packed, the guitar amp puts pro sounds into a lightweight box that's small enough to tuck under your bed or desk. 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
Line 6 Spider IV 15 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 6 brilliant effect models. Discover the tangy Chorus/Flange, swirly Phaser, expressive Tremolo, beautiful Tape and Sweep Echoes, and syrupy Reverb. Plus, Tap Tempo syncs all your time-based effects. Two effects can be used simultaneously. Spend less time tweaking and more time rocking with Smart FX. Each knob lets you easily adjust the intensity of the chosen effect so you can get back to playing as quickly as possible.

Total Tone Flexibility
The easy-to-use front panel makes it a snap to find a stage-ready tone. Quickly and easily add some grit with the amp's 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 amplifier. When you choose an amp model, the Spider IV 15 EQ section behaves just like the EQ section of the modeled amplifier. Spider IV 15 guitar amp gives you a complete, organic, and fully authentic representation of each of its amplifier models.

The Line 6 Spider IV 15 provides all the flexibility and conveniences that guitarists expect from a world-class Line 6 amplifier. 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 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 15, from its guitar input to its 15-watt power section to its 8" custom speaker, delivers exceptional definition, clarity and feel. And the three-quarter closed-back cabinet adds a 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 footcontroller.

Features
  • 15 watts
  • 1x8" custom speaker
  • Sparkling clean tones to high-gain metal tones and beyond
  • Create, save and recall 4 complete amp settings with the push of a button
  • Bass, Mid and Treble knobs behave like the EQ controls of each modeled amplifier
  • Drive knob, Channel volume, Master volume
  • High-quality direct-recording output
  • Three-quarter closed-back cabinet for a tight, snappy response
  • Four dialed in amp models: Clean, Crunch, Metal, Insane; access the tones of Vintage British beauties, modern American monsters and more; 4 channel memories for user-created tones
  • Six Smart FX (2 at once) modeled after celebrated stompbox and studio effects; tangy Chorus/Flange, swirly Phaser, expressive Tremolo, beautiful Tape and Sweep Echoes, and syrupy 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
  • Built-in tuner
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4.3

(based on 106 reviews)

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15 shaking watts

this thing is a great little 15 watt. i still havent turned it up all the way cause im afraid to blow my living room windows out. the affects work but their not very...Read complete review

this thing is a great little 15 watt. i still havent turned it up all the way cause im afraid to blow my living room windows out. the affects work but their not very customizable. the built in tuner is confusing so i just use my own. all the presets sound pretty good and combined with my rp70 digitech effects pedal, i can get all the sounds of everything i can play. the clean always starts with echo and flange effects when you switch to it, but all you have to do is turn the effects on then off again to turn them off. its kinda heavy but not much more than a 15w should be. bottom line: you can get some decent sounds from it and a ton more with an effects pedal added. bottom, bottom line: this thing is SUPER LOUD for a 15w.

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Its an ok amp

So I believe that most of this is probably opinionated so take what I say lightly. For the money you can probably consider this a good amp. its fine to start out on and...Read complete review

So I believe that most of this is probably opinionated so take what I say lightly. For the money you can probably consider this a good amp. its fine to start out on and if your in to metal it may be good for you. but really you cant get all of those clean sounds out of it. I bought a second hand Roland Cube that does clean entirely better then this. I also feel it just sounds too digital. I cant entirely put my finger on it but its just not all there. it has no soul. for a beginner if having a verity of sounds is what you want and you don't have a lot of money to spend on another amp this may be the option for you. personally i think that getting a vox or a marshal may be a better option but you will probably have to throw a little more money down to get all of those different sounds. play on it and see what you think before buying one? this is all in my opinion and there are probably lots of guitarist that like this amp so listen to them too, take the pros and the cons and see what it is you want in an amp. Once again i want to say that this is all opinionated, take other thoughts besides mine on this.

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5.0

Lovely.

By Dylan

from Cullman, AL

Perfect "little" practice amp for the garage, high performance and definitely worth the $100. Can play heavy stuff like Cannibal Corpse or Pantera and still plays Hendrix and Muse with ease, and all four of those sound great on this guitar, better than my old Kustom half stack by a long shot. Favorite thing about this amp is that you can plug in your MP3 or phone via auxiliary cable to jam along with whatever you desire. This amp can get VERY loud for the size (and price), and is probably the best amp you can buy for the money and definitely an amp that will fit anyone's playing styles and abilities.

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4.0

Good things come in small packages :)

By Jasmine Whitmore

from Houston, Texas

I've been a Fender junkie for a long time. Until my 15w Fender frontman broke :(. I decided to give Line 6 a try. They're pretty good. If you are metalhead, You would enjoy this amp. I'm just a 20 year old college student. So I don't need anything too big or too loud. This is perfect for solo jams.

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1.0

Test it before you buy it!

By Andre Succo

from Brighton CO

When I tested the model in the store, I liked the sound, appearance, and overall feel of the amp and for the price I had to take one home. There were three problems: First, the box was more than a little bit battered and clearly been opened and resealed. Second, most of the stuff that comes with the amp, (the instructions, power cable, etc.) was stuffed into the crevice behind the speaker, not even in the little plastic bags. And third, the amp simply did not work. After spending several hours fiddling with the controls and instructions, I looked to the internet and found that Line 6 amps have a tendency to break with apparent ease. Overall even though the model in the store was great, I would not recommend this amp to anyone for the sheer unreliability of the model. On the other hand, if you do plan on buying one anyway, make sure you take it out of the box and test it before taking it home.

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3.0

Its an ok amp

By Steven Monaghan

from va

So I believe that most of this is probably opinionated so take what I say lightly. For the money you can probably consider this a good amp. its fine to start out on and if your in to metal it may be good for you. but really you cant get all of those clean sounds out of it. I bought a second hand Roland Cube that does clean entirely better then this. I also feel it just sounds too digital. I cant entirely put my finger on it but its just not all there. it has no soul. for a beginner if having a verity of sounds is what you want and you don't have a lot of money to spend on another amp this may be the option for you. personally i think that getting a vox or a marshal may be a better option but you will probably have to throw a little more money down to get all of those different sounds. play on it and see what you think before buying one? this is all in my opinion and there are probably lots of guitarist that like this amp so listen to them too, take the pros and the cons and see what it is you want in an amp. Once again i want to say that this is all opinionated, take other thoughts besides mine on this.

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4.0

Great Amp for the price

By David Sabatine

from Bangor, PA

This is a fantastic buy for less than a hundred bucks. The amp sounds great for the price. The metal and insane channels really do a nice job with the high gain. The "crunch" channel is pretty versatile, as with no gain you can get a really nice clean sound, and with some gain and bass get a nice bluesy crunch to it. The amp is worth every penny, and is great for a beginner or just someone wanting to use a practice amp. The downfalls--really lose tone at higher volumes. The amp can get really loud for its size, but sounds really bad, even when cranked between 1/2 and 3/4 full volume. Forget turning it all the way up--it sounds god awful. Also, the "clean" channel has a rather annoying echo on it, and the only way to get rid of it is to turn on one of the echo effects, then turn them off. Same exact thing with the "insane" channel. All in all though, It's a wonderful, affordable buy for what it offers. I don't know any other amps under a hundred dollars that I would buy and actually use.

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4.0

Very Sweet

By Patrick Sharp

from Memphis, TN

The AMP is very good for practicing, I love the crunch and Insane tone, the clean is fun to play some clean blues through my strat, the metal tone is probably my least favorite way to much distortion i took a lot of the drive off the metal tone and made it sound exactly like the insane tone and added some reverb and the phaser on it. The effects are kinda there for me i use the reverb with my clean, crunch tones a lot and its just a fun little amp to mess with inside. Its loud for such a small amp so if you're a beginner check it out and play with it.

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4.0

Great budget amp

By Zachary Baatz

from Houston, Tx.

I was blown away at the sound of this small solid-state. Big sound, low cost. Great for when you have to keep the decibel level down for your neighbors. It retains a large amount of its tone quality even when turned down low. Good for 70s crunch and blues. Only little fluke is the preset...after you turn the amp back on and if you saved the volume on a high setting, then get ready for a heart-jumper. If you're trying to play discreetly then make sure you save your volume settings for each preset on a reasonably low volume, then you turn it up as desired. Other than that, kudos to Line6.

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1.0

Just really not good

By Drake Rabon

from Athens, Georgia

Needed a simple, cheap, practice amp for my parents house up in New England. Tried one at the store, wasn't too bad. Bought and brought one home, new, out of the box. And it is the worst amp I have ever played with. Even at low volumes, when playing certain notes it makes the speaker rattle annoyingly. You can't even do anything with the Metal and Insane modes; it just sounds like trash and is way too loud. Also, my Phaser/Tremelo/Chorus knob did not work correctly, nor did the Delay/Reverb knob. Never buying a Line 6 amp again. Taking it back and going to do more research before purchasing a practice amp.

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5.0

Best of the bunch in this price range

By CHRISTOPHER PONDER

from Jacksonville FL

I tried out several amps at my local GC to find the best combination of effects and options within this price range, and chose the line 6. Why? I'm a casual player without a lot of space, and I'm not concerned with having several FX pedals junking up that space for the limited time I have to play. This amp had the best sounding clean and distorion options that were available at the push of a button - perfect for someone like me. I recommend this amp for any casual player who likes to try different effects for playing along with their MP3 colleciton, but doesnt want to spend the money or the space on the highest end pedals to achieve that goal.

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4.0

Amazing for the size!

By LeRoy

from Rockford, Illinois area

First off a small bit of info about me. I am just a novice player so my views on this will be from that stand and not as someone who will ever be playing live. I got this about a week before xmas as an early gift. After having it for a cpl weeks now I can honestly say I am still surprised by the sound I can get out of it. When I went in to GC that day I was actually there to check out the Peavey Vypyer. Didn't care for the Peavey and was about to leave when I noticed this setting there. Even with my minimual skill level, it only took me a few seconds to dial in a tone I like. half a song later it only took a few more seconds to get another sound I like for the next half song. For the money I put out, compared to the average cost of amps this size, I can't complain too loudly. Although it was 10.00 more than the Peavey, the easy of use makes it worth it to me. The reason I only give it 4 stars is because the tuner isn't that great. A digital display (like that on most Korg tuners) would not have cost them much in the way of space, design, layout or money to include and would make it the perfect choice for anyone looking for those "Rock Star" sounds on a budget. If you are not into playing Rock, I would not recommend it, but if you are into Rock, Metal, and anything else hard like that, then by all means this is the practice amp for you!

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