LINE 6 Spider 210 For Sale $230 S/H Included
Up For sale I have a used Line 6 Spider 210 amp which is rated at 50 watts! The amp is in perfect shape and sounds awesome! You can get a great variety of tones from this amp and probably use it to gig out or just as a really good sounding practice amp! I've only used it in my apartment at low volume or with headphones. It comes from a smoke free home as well. I'm looking to get $230(firm) for it and that includes the shipping via ups ground. Winner pays all shipping costs and I only take PAYPAL. No international bidders!!!! The text below tells you a bit more about each channel and a little about the effects! Feel free to email me for more info!
Amp Model Details
Clean. Select this Amp Model and adjust the tone
controls to get classic Fender-style clean tones,
great jazz tones, and all the high end shimmer you
need. This Amp Model incorporates some of the
rich tonal character of a very high end amp – the
Dumble. This Amp Model provides a much wider
range of tone control than these other amps, with
a generous bottom end. Dial up a little chorus and
delay and you’ve got the ultimate clean sound!
Twang. This model draws on our analysis of the
'60s Fender blackface Deluxe amps and the '50s
Fender Bassman (it includes the classic Fender
glassy high end, plus the snap and bite of these
vintage amps). Things don’t really get too crunchy
until you get to the top range of the Drive knob.
The tone controls provide more range than the
blackface Deluxe or Bassman.
Blues. This tone is based on the '65 Marshall
JTM-45 Bluesbreaker but incorporates wider range
tone controls. Once you get into higher Drive
settings, this Amp Model begins to transition into
a variant of the Budda Twinmaster (another high
end boutique amp) for sweeter overdrive tonality.
Crunch. This sound was crafted during our studies
of the '68 50 Watt Marshall Plexi. But unlike the
Plexi, Spider’s Crunch provides more wide-ranging
tone controls. With the Plexi, once you’re
overdriven, the tone controls really don’t do much,
but the Spider will allow you to scoop out the mids
even at the highest Drive settings.
Recto. This began as our version of the Mesa Boogie
Dual Rectifier. For Spider, we made careful
enhancements to this classic tone. The resulting
Amp Model has a definite modern Boogie flavor,
but it's more warm and “fat.” Listen for the big,
resonant large cabinet punch that's another important
part of this sound’s massive impact. Sort of like a
4x12" that’ll fit in a Volkswagen. Fahrvegnügen™!
Insane. Our goal here was to provide you with as
much input gain distortion as possible short of
complete meltdown. You get ridiculous, rich tube
drive to shame the distortion of pretty much any
other amp on the planet (sort of like the Rectifier
with a distortion pedal), while still retaining tonal
definition and character. As a result, you get way
more bottom end and cabinet character than other
small amps, and, just like the other Spider Amp
Models, tons of wide-ranging tone shaping. Crank
up the Drive control and take no prisoners!
Smart Control FX
Great amp tone is only part of a great guitar sound.
Effect processing – whether stomp boxes or rack
gear – are also a big part of the story. Your Spider
packs in the power of several of these tone shapers
as well, in its Smart Control FX section.
The delay knob gives you a trio of delay effect choices:
a standard delay, ping pong, and a classic tape echo
emulation. The modulation effect knob lets you
choose between flange, chorus, and tremolo, and for
each of these effects you can choose anything from
a subtle edge of processing to total tone-mangling
overkill. All with one quick spin of the knob. As
you spin, Spider adjusts all the individual aspects of
the effect automatically to give you the range of
sounds you're looking for, without having to mess
with multiple knobs and switches to get your tone.
So you can spend your time making music instead
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