Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112
Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112

Spider Valve MkII 112, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 in the Spider Valve series.

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iamqman 03/06/2011

Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112 : Recensione di iamqman (content in English)


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This thing I know has tubes in it but I would be fooled into thinking that it sounds like a processed digital piece of garbage. The other Bogner and line 6 combination actually sounds decent but this amp series sounds terrible. I can't emphasis this enough by saying do not buy this hunk of garbage. I am a huge Bogner fan and I do like Line 6 products but this sounds so processed that is isn't even funny.


Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112 40-watt, 1 x 12" Tube Modeling Guitar Amplifier Specifications:

40 watts
Class AB tube amp with two 12AX7 preamp tubes and two 6L6 power tubes
1x12" Celestion Vintage 30 speaker
16 of the most advanced Line 6 amp models to date
20 Smart FX (up to 4 at once)
Quick Loop: 14-second sound-on-sound looper
Noise Gate, Boost (up to +8dB pre, post or both), Volume routing
Advanced routing and full adjustability up to 7 effect parameters
Oversized two-line LCD
MIDI input and output/thru for seamless integration into MIDI switching setups
Line 6 foot controller compatibility
128 user presets
Bass, Mid, Treble and Drive knobs
Channel volume
Manual mode for a traditional front-panel amplifier experience
XLR Output supports two output modes: Performance Mode and Studio Mode
Oversized LCD is easy to use and easy to read
Tuned three-quarter closed-back cabinet
Built-in front-panel tuner
1/4" speaker outputs (single and dual)
1/4" power amp input and preamp output jacks
Weight: 45 lbs.
Dimensions: 22.5" L x 22" H x 11.25" D


You would be much better spending your money elsewhere because this thing doesn't sound at all like a tube amp. There isn't any way you can derive a solid sound out of this amp because the tubes seem to hide from you and won't come out no matter how much time you spend trying to dial this thing in.

I have to say Line 6 is good at making their modeling easy to dial in but the tone from their distortion and effects combination is just awful. Any guitar will work for you getting this thing to sound like trash so don't be afraid to play a first act guitar instead f something like an American made Fender Stratocaster.


This amp is a huge do not buy. If you want something in this price range than buy a used Peavey 5150 or a Marshal JCM2000 DSL and you'll be much happier with the tone of the amp. You'll need to get a cab but they are easy to come by too.

I woulnd't recommend this amp to anyone seriously trying to play the guitar. There isn't an engineer that will record you and not a stage hand that will mic up this hunk of garbage.