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August 27, 2008

Line 6 Micro Spider review

Filed under: Guitar reviews — Tags: , , , , , , , , — audiofanzine @ 12:55 pm

Determined not to let Roland’s Micro Cube and Vox’s DA5 be the only contenders for portable-amp champ, Line 6 has entered the ring with its Micro Spider.

Micro Spider

Traveling with your electric guitar is not an easy task, especially if you have a heavy tube amp and no roadie. Of course, certain solutions like the POD exist, but you won’t be able to play your last song for your entourage unless you take turns with the headphones or plug the device into a hi-fi system. So you need a good sounding portable amp. That’s where battery powered mini-amps come in.

While Roland has been the undisputed champ with its Cube, Line 6 has completed its line of amps with the Micro Spider, a small 6 watt amp with a 6.5″ speaker. In order to work, it needs either a DC adapter (included), or six C batteries. With its 5 electric guitar amp models, acoustic guitar model, six effects and built-in tuner, the Micro Spider hopes to get a piece of the portable-amp pie.

Clean and Crunch sounds
Price
Integrated Tuner
Integrated Effects
Mic input
Size and Weight
Sound Power

Metal & Insane sounds
Line Out Quality
Battery cover/Rear panel
Strap

Read the full Line 6 Micro Spider review.

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