NAD! Spider Valve 1x12!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Soothsayer, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. Soothsayer

    Soothsayer (Paul) Supporting Member

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    Just picked up a Line 6 Spider Valve and want to give props to Jarrett, Ed DeGenaro, & drgonzoguitar for taking the time to post about this amp! Helped me make the decision. Muchas Gracias!

    Very tweekable and I am impressed with the feel of the amp.
     
  2. Roodboy

    Roodboy Supporting Member

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    Congrats, I'm loving mine its a lot of fun in a small package.
     
  3. drgonzoguitar

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    Congrats! I am glad to be the evil persuader! :Devil
     
  4. Soothsayer

    Soothsayer (Paul) Supporting Member

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    Thanks Guys! Here is a pic, gives me a chance to show off my 08 Standard!
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  5. 5E3

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    Very cool! Congrats on a very versatile amp! :AOK
     
  6. Badger71

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    Yeah...the SV is good stuff. I use mine with two different bands that play two different styles and the SV is very accomodating. You may want to get the FBV shortboard controller...it really opens up the amps versatility.
     
  7. DavidE

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    Gigged mine again last night. I'm almost ashamed to say that this is the best gigging amp I've ever used (others include Bogner, Naylor, Fender, Marshall, Hughes & Kettner, Mesa, Peavey). I've tried several Line6 amps before and never got them sounding good enough to play at a gig. This one was SO easy to dial in. I've been gigging it 2 or three months and I'm still shocked.

    I'm just worried that I'll have to have the next version so I can back up my tones easily and have better control over effects.
     
  8. Jarrett

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    Congrats Vintage, hope you dig it.

    DavidE, I feel the same way. I would have never thought that a Line6 Spider series amp would be my favorite gigging setup. Wish they would get the FlexValve out already. I'm ready for better effects.
     

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