Line 6 Spider II 15
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Line 6 Spider II 15

Spider II 15, Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Line 6 in the Spider II series.

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ericthegreat 13/01/2012

Line 6 Spider II 15: Produktbewertung von ericthegreat (content in English)

"no longer produced"
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This amp is 15 watts but it seems as if its more, there is a lot to this amp that most people don’t appreciate but you would have to listen to it in person to really get the sound and feel of it. I am a fan of it after just jamming on it for 30 mins. I love the chorus and reverb on it, very clean.


UTILIZATION

It's pretty easy to dial up some decent tones through this amp. I don't think I ever had to crack open the manual. But, there is one major flaw to this amp: when switching between channels there is a long delay. Perhaps this is the "analog circuitry" taking its time, but whatever the reason it renders the amplifier unusable for switching between channels in the middle of the song. I'm pretty good with timing, but I could never get it down for punching in additional gain (from the other channel) for guitar solos. That being said, if someone didn't do a lot of channel changing, I guess this would be a decent amplifier, or it would have to be used and miked only in a studio environment where quick switching isn't necessary.


SOUNDS

This amp is no longer being made though, it has been replaced with a newer model. I havent had a chance to get my hands on the new model yet. I will soon though, sure you wont need a manual for that one either. Very easy to start using it.


OVERALL OPINION

This is a decent sounding amp, even though it's a Behringer. I had one problem with the input connection falling apart, probably due to its cheap manufacture. For a high school kid, it might be a good first amp for playing with friends, considering the low cost. But, as mentioned about, the delay in switching channels really hinders the users ability to play with this amp.