Line 6 Spider 212
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Line 6 Spider 212

Spider 212, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 in the Spider I series.

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iamqman 30/06/2011

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This amp is not a keeper amp at all. This thing is a basic sounding solid state amp modeler that doesn't sound anything like the amp modelers it claims to emulate. The tone is extremely thin and metallic sounding.

You get 6 amp models and none of them really are capable of sounding like the tube amps that are very famous and enough so that Line 6 would attempt to model. Not that it is Line 6's fault but the idea of amp modelers is really a humorous joke. The idea that they can emulate digitally a tube amp without tubes is just an enormously huge mistake. Nothing can emulate a real tube sound and feel.

UTILIZATION


SPIDER 210 SPECIFICATIONS
Amp Models 6
Digital Effects 7
Factory Presets 10
Factory Presets w/Floorboard 18
User Programmable Channels 4
User Programmable Channels w/ Floorboard 12
Headphone & Direct Out 1/4 inch TRS
Power 50 Watts (2 x 25)
Configurations 2 X 10 inch Combo
Weight 38 lbs
Dimensions 23.5" W x 17.5" H x 11" D (60 x 44 x 28 cm)

SOUNDS

I guess the most authentic sound are the effects. The effects do sound convincingly enough to go ahead make this purchase only for the practice aspect of it. If you are looking for a practice amp that is an all encompassing everything unit then this isn't a bad unit. You would never go on stage with this thing though. This is not a gigging amp. The sound man will laugh you right off the stage and may even ask you to take this amp off the stage and mic up one of the house amps.

This is why I am a bit confused of the reason for 50 watts of power when you will never need to turn this thing up this loud. Well, this amp is not a bad practice amp and with a good guitar it will get you jamming comfortably at home.

OVERALL OPINION

I don;t believe that these amps are even offered anymore. I think these have been discontinued to another more modern model. If you find one on the classifieds I can't imagine it being more than $200.

I would recommend this amp to only someone who needs a simple practice amp doesn't want to spend too much money. They are pretty reliable and that is a plus.