Line 6 Spider IV 30 Guitar Combo Amp £99 Delivered @ Gear 4 Music
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Line 6 Spider IV 30 Guitar Combo Amp £99 Delivered @ Gear 4 Music

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Found 14th Dec 2016Made hot 14th Dec 2016
Quite a fan of the Line 6 range, been running a Line 6 Guitar port into the ground for years and it's about ready to retire. Thinking about another amp and after owning the a Spider 15w a few years ago, I'm tempted to go with this.

There are several different effects/models built in that are pretty neat, especially at this kind of price. Delivery before Christmas

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Line 6 Spider IV 30 Guitar Combo Amp Details
The Line 6 Spider IV 30 Guitar Combo Amp is hugely popular with many types of guitarists due to its versatile range of amp models and rock tones that all guitarists need in their collection. Equipped with a 12" custom Celestion speaker that offers 30 watts of sheer power, the Line 6 Spider packs a lot of punch for its deceivingly small size. As well as offering a great tone, this amp also features 12 amp models for a versatile performance, including green and red, clean, twang, blues and many more. Additional features includes 7 smart effects, 4 user programmable channels, built-in tuner, and free acces to Spider online. With all these fantastic features, the Line 6 Spider IV 30 Guitar Combo provides the perfect beginner amp to get you going, at an affordable price.

Number One 30W Amp in USA Due to Versatile Options
12" Custom Speaker in a 3/4 Closed-Back Cabinet
12 Amp Models -Clean, Twang, Blues, Crunch, Metal & Insane
7 Smart Built-In Effects Eliminates the Need for Pedals
Free Access to Spider Online Resources For Tutorials

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14 Comments

I've got the 100 watt think I should probably downgrade to this at some point.

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can this be used for singing only. I don't have a guitar

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sofiasar

can this be used for singing only. I don't have a guitar


Yeah absolutely, although it's a bit of a waste to be honest. If you're just after amplifying a voice cleanly there are cheaper options that will do just that.

epic amp

I've got a Guitarport too, sounds rubbish now but I've had it since 2002. I've never liked the guitar modelled sound that Line 6 produces not even the most recent stuff they do. However can't argue with the price, it's a decent amp and brand for the money. Hot.

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fishmaster

I've got a Guitarport too, sounds rubbish now but I've had it since 2002. … I've got a Guitarport too, sounds rubbish now but I've had it since 2002. I've never liked the guitar modelled sound that Line 6 produces not even the most recent stuff they do. However can't argue with the price, it's a decent amp and brand for the money. Hot.



Yeah! Got mine in 2005, it does the trick through the PC when I need to just get on and play. But it's showing it's age for sure.

NeoTrix

Yeah absolutely, although it's a bit of a waste to be honest. If you're … Yeah absolutely, although it's a bit of a waste to be honest. If you're just after amplifying a voice cleanly there are cheaper options that will do just that.



This'd be superb for dirty/tweaked vocals, tho! Great little amp!!

Awesome price...great amp. Paid full price earlier this year.

Is the Marshall MG30CFX worth the extra? It is £139 at Amazon, if not will go for this as I'm complete noob on amps

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NeoTrix

Yeah absolutely, although it's a bit of a waste to be honest. If you're … Yeah absolutely, although it's a bit of a waste to be honest. If you're just after amplifying a voice cleanly there are cheaper options that will do just that.



​any examples please. I currently have a karaoke but that's getting old .

This is good but for me at home I would go for a micro cube for the same price....

Great amp - these are coming down in price as the V has been released which are supposed to be excellent as well.

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sofiasar

​any examples please. I currently have a karaoke but that's getting old .



You might want to look to see what suits you needs (check out online vids)
Wattage wise, It's going to depend on the size of the room that you are trying to fill with sound.

This is a Fender 10w at £49 Fender Frontman 10G Amp

The a 15w Home banded one - Here at £34.99

Marshall 10w at £52 - Marshall MG10CF Carbon Fibre 10W Guitar Combo

Higher wattage doesn't always mean better, mainly louder. Again going back to where you are wanting to use it

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NeoTrix

You might want to look to see what suits you needs (check out online … You might want to look to see what suits you needs (check out online vids)Wattage wise, It's going to depend on the size of the room that you are trying to fill with sound.This is a Fender 10w at £49 Fender Frontman 10G AmpThe a 15w Home banded one - Here at £34.99Marshall 10w at £52 - Marshall MG10CF Carbon Fibre 10W Guitar ComboHigher wattage doesn't always mean better, mainly louder. Again going back to where you are wanting to use it



​thanks for your time. il have a look
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