Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by rotren, Dec 19, 2009.
Haven't had time to play with it yet!
But it looks very promising...
It's great for practice, I'll say that. You can also record quite a bit on it as well, 30 minutes worth.
Outside of that, I'm not fond of song/sound presets and the really awful thing about it is once it's on, you can't turn it off.
Definitely not something you'd want on a rig, but it's a great tool nonetheless.
Enjoy, and accept it for what it is...a very good practice tool, an excellent looper and a stand-alone device.
oh that sounds just great
does it tone suck as well like most Line 6 pedals.
and whats the build quality like
The build quality is not that great, BUT it is a great practice / songwriting tool. I have it in it's amp form ... The Spider Jam. Best practise tool I have ever come across, would I want to gig with it? No! But it does not take away the fact it does what it does very well.
BTW I agree, most of the inbuilt jams are odd, but you can use what ever you like on an sd card.
Personally I tend to use the drums on their own as they are very good and then loop my own phrases for practising / jamming to.
Good little practice unit.