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Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-11 21:18:58

This is a new thread specifically for Modern metal, hard rock and punk rock.

Feel free to share the settings you use, and tips on how to get that killer tone.

P.S. no band slagging - everyone is free to leave their settings as long as it comes under the headings. I may make other posts for other types of music when I get more time.

Also, if needed, requests can be entered for anyone who is really struggling for their favourite artists sound.

Any number of settings are allowed

So to kick things off, here is an example of the best way to share your settings

Artist Tone: Avenged sevenfold

(optional, album, song, guitarist)

Amp model: RED Insane (modelled after old style unholly confessions sound)

Drive: 7

Bass: 7

Mid: 8

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: none (gives a cold, hard feel to the sound)

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

As close to the example as possible is much appreciated, however, if only some information is relevant, then skip what is not needed.

Hope this thread becomes useful to many people

Note: all tones submitted to thread are subject to individuals guitars, so some may need minor tweeking.



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:19:42

Artist Tone: Dimebag Darrell

(Walk)

a little different from the cowboys from hell preset

Amp model: GREEN Insane

Drive: 10

Bass: 7 or 8

Mid: 4

Treble: 10

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: none

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

Used with EMG 81 bridge, and EMG 89 neck



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:24:52

Artist Tone: Zakk Wylde

Used for over the top les paul sound

Amp model: RED Insane

Drive: 9

Bass: 6

Mid: 7

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none (optional slow phaser for solos)

Tremolo: none

Delay: none (optional to preference for some sustain)

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: none

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: on (during solos and lead peaces again) (I use my Zakk wylde crybaby though )



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:29:31

Artist Tone: Green Day

(Billie Joe Armstrong)

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 7

Bass: 8

Mid: 4

Treble: 5

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: on (during bolevard of broken dreams ending)

note: more of a passive pickup tone, works better with medium output, however, active pickups will just make the tone seem a bit tichter, and will still be deasantly heavy, while remaining on the punky side.



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:33:54

Artist Tone: Blink 182

(All the small things, Dammit)

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 9

Bass: 4 or 5

Mid: 8

Treble: 9

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 1 or 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

This tone works fairly well with most guitars and pickups, however it excells at creating a punky light tone if active pickups are in the guitar. With this tone, it gets pretty close to the old tom delonge SD Invader live sound that can be heard some of the live videos on youtube, (note one particular video of dammit where Tom breaks a string lol)



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:42:45

Artist Tone: Megadeth

(Dave Mustaine)

Amp model: GREEN Crunch

Drive: 9 or 10 (gain quite high because of amp model)

Bass: 8

Mid: 5

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: none

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: off

When you first hear the tone, it may sound very light, however you can do 2 things:

1. turn the red metal model on to get a wee bit more gain from it (however, it might be too much for the sound its going for)

2. add extra gain with the volume - muh like a 'proper' amp, it will distort (only slightly) and give a little gain boost

however, on my setup, these settings give a very brittish Marshall like sound from it, not too dirty, not to clean - so it deffinately isnt clean, but all the notes are clear, just enough and no more - and its modelled after the sound that Dave himself loves most, that good old Brittish metal from back in the day!!!

so try it out for a while, and if its still not quite right, edit from there.

If it can be made closer to the crunchy marshall sound, then post it here to share with the rest of the L6 community



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 18:46:36

Artist Tone: Trivium

(Matt Heaffy)

Amp model: RED Insane

Drive: 9

Bass: 7

Mid: 5

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: none

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

Should gove a nice heavy metal distortion, suitable for their old and newer stuff.

On the 7 string stuff, back off a little on the gain to bring out the notes a bit clearer



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 19:06:08

Artist Tone: Lamb of God

Amp model: RED Insane

Drive: 7

Bass: 7

Mid: 6

Treble: 4 or 5

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 1 (just for a little atmosphere)

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

If needed heavier, then just cut the mids a little more



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 19:14:36

Artist Tone: Papa Roach

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 10

Bass: 8

Mid: 4

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 4 (back off on reverb to liking)

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

If its too heavy, then just ajust a little, but this works great on both my schecter hellraiser, and synyster standard



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 19:49:07

Artist Tone: Children of Bodom

(Alexi Laiho)

RHYTHM

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 8

Bass: 7

Mid: 4

Treble: 9

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 4

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

USE ONLY BRIDGE PICKUP

LEAD

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 8

Bass: 7

Mid: 4

Treble: 9

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 4

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off

USE ONLY BRIDGE PICKUP

That should work well, gain may need tweeking in both instances depending on pickup used



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-13 19:54:08

Artist tone: Bullet For My Valentine

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 8

Bass: 4

Mid: 5

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: on (during solos)

Lighter sound emulates the 'metalyness' of a peavy amp when palm muted (listen to "eye of the storm" pre solo for an example)



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:15:00

Artist tone: System of a Down

Amp model: GREEN Metal

Drive: 6

Bass: 6

Mid: 7

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 0

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:18:02

Artist tone: Evanescence (not Ben Moody era, however can be used)

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 6

Bass: 6

Mid: 6

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:21:27

Artist tone: Killswitch Engage

Album: Self titled new album

Amp model: GREEN Metal

Drive: 9

Bass: 6

Mid: 4

Treble: 10

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:44:31

Artist tone: Slipknot

Amp model: RED Insane

Drive: 4

Bass: 6

Mid: 8

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 0

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: on (during Vermilion pt. 1 solo)



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:46:49

Artist tone: My Chemical Romance

Album: Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge

Amp model: GREEN Crunch

Drive: 10

Bass: 1

Mid: 8

Treble: 10

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:51:50

Artist tone: Good Charlotte

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 4

Bass: 5

Mid: 8

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 1

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:56:24

Artist tone: Foo Fighters

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 4

Bass: 5

Mid: 8

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 10:59:30

Artist tone: Korn

Album: Follow the Leader

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 4

Bass: 6

Mid: 4

Treble: 6

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: (optional when needed)

Phaser: none

Tremolo: (optional when needed)

Delay: (oprional when needed)

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 0

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on (to give a boost)

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 11:07:45

Artist tone: Linkin Park

Album: Hybrid Theory

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 8

Bass: 7

Mid: 4.5

Treble: 6

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 1

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-15 11:13:15

Artist tone: Strapping Young Lad

Amp model: RED Insane

Drive: 7

Bass: 8

Mid: 6

Treble: 7

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 0

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-17 17:32:48

Artist tone: The White Stripes

(song: Seven nation army)

Amp model: GREEN twang

Drive: 5

Bass: 5

Mid: 7

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 8 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-17 17:35:44

Artist tone: Lacuna Coil

Album: Karmacode

Amp model: RED Metal

Drive: 6

Bass: 6

Mid: 6

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 0

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-17 17:40:20

Artist tone: Shinedown

Album: Sound of Madness

Amp model: GREEN Metal

Drive: 7

Bass: 7

Mid: 3 or 4

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

(effects optional during solos, especially sound of madness solo)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 3

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-10-17 17:46:37

Artist tone: Rise Against

Amp model: RED Insane (because for a more punky band, they have a large amount of gain and metal sound)

Drive: 6

Bass: 7

Mid: 7

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 2

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop on

Wah: off



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-11-01 11:10:14

Artist tone: Atreyu

Album: Lead sails Paper Anchor

Amp model: GREEN Metal

Drive: 7

Bass: 7

Mid: 4

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 1 - gives a little more sustain

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: off

This tone allows for that Marshall kind of tone that Dan Jacobs uses. The green metal model generally gives a good marshall sound. This was created with passive pickups, however, if you have EMG's like the guys in Atreyu, just turn the gain up a little bit



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2009-11-05 18:26:30

GOOD MARSHALL METAL DISTORTION TONE

Amp model: GREEN Metal

Drive: 7

Bass: 7

Mid: 3 or 4

Treble: 8

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: none

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 4

Noise Gate: on

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: on

FX loop on

Wah: off

Scooped mids help create that good tube sound typical of a marshall amp. Its a good starting point, and differs from the mesa boogie style amp models also on the amp. All settings can be changed to taste.

Closest to a warm tube tone I have created so far. However for maximum gain sounds, use the GREEN INSANE for a warmer tube sound - RED INSANE is better for balls to the wall, ear shredding sounds



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by DFlynn666 on 2010-02-05 17:57:26

GOOD MARSHALL CLEAN TONE

Amp model: RED CRUNCH

Drive: 0

Bass: Preference

Mid: Preference

Treble: Preference

Channel volume: 6 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: Preference

Phaser: Preference

Tremolo: Preference

Delay: Preference

Tape Echo: Preference

Sweep echo: Preference

Reverb: Preference

Noise Gate: ON

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: OFF

FX loop ON

Wah: off

Some of you may know this trick already, some maybe not, but I thought I would share it with you all. The key to this tone is the model you choose to make the clean sound. Instead of using the obvious clean and twang channels, use RED CRUNCH. This is based on an old Marshall plexi, so by nature it already helps you as its based on a marshall, as opposed to the clean settings, based on fender amps. By turning the drive control all the way to 0, it pretty much cleans the model up - giving the illusion of a clean deep marshall sound that we all know and love. Depending on your pickups, it might be a little too gritty - to fix this, either use a coil tap, or if you do not have that, roll back your volume control a touch to clean it up if nessesary, however, I created my clean tone like this using an EMG 81 in the bridge position on a 2009 Schecter Hellraiser, and even with the high gain pickup, it was pretty darn clean. It also sounds nice on stock jackson pickups, SD Invaders and stock Ibanez pickups.

Ideally, use in the mid position or neck pickup position for maximum effect.

by putting a chorus effect on it, it gives a nice atmospheric sound

I reccomend giving it a try, as i have replaced all my clean tones with this method as I like the sound so much.

May also help if people are trying to get a les paul kinda sound from other guitars. . . . .



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by alborjoven on 2011-02-20 19:12:51

Wow, I learned a lot of settings in different rock music. I love this! rock on.



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by srrattlehead on 2011-09-28 20:00:09

i've got thespider 3 and i have a really close peace sells sound, but...it seems like th notes kind of fall apart at the end. i am on the red insane channel, about 6 on the drive, 4 on the bass, 8 on mids, an balls out on the treble. no modulation, delay or reverb. i hve that really punchy tone that megadeth had on that album but it seems like to me that the notes kinda fall apart and bleed together at the end. when i pull the drive back a little it cleans up but naturally i loose that punch. i don't know if its just me, my strings or i'm just being too damn picky, lol. help would be greatly appreciated



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by headbangrx3 on 2011-11-07 14:34:46

Artist: Avenged Sevenfold

Amp model: RED Insane (This is the tone on my 150 watt spider iii that best fits the a7x style distortion)

Drive: 10

Bass: 10

Mid: 10

Treble: 10

Channel volume: 10 (change to preference)

Chorus flange: none

Phaser: none

Tremolo: none

Delay: (preference for solos

Tape Echo: none

Sweep echo: none

Reverb: 3 for rhythm; 10 on solos

Noise Gate: off

shortboard/FVB express optionals

Shortboard used:

Stomp: off

FX loop off

Wah: off ( except for solo of Lost It All, Demons, and about 2 other Diamonds in the Rough Songs)

This is what gets me my high gain A7X sound. (Sounds like their live tone.)



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by irishgems on 2011-11-14 21:09:46

DFlynn666

      The Heavy,or soft all need an optional addition for consideration?At 56 years of age,I have two son's?One 13,and my youngest 12 years old.One a devoted Headbanger,the other traditional Southern style Rock?With a pair of Spider II 120 watt 2x10 combo Head,the addition of a second half stack,with a 15" Cerwin Vega Pro Audio Speaker in our Irish Gems custom cabinets,it gave the bottom missing from from both styles of music?Even though they where from different spectrums of the World,the hard hitting of the lower tones simplified the chase for the right settings.

       The Style of Guitar of choose is usually the Ibanez collection,or similar?My suggestion?Albert King?I know,"Albert King"?Although a very old Black Blues Great,the applications for every level of music begins as always,with Blues?Remember this,Albert King played a Right Handed Flying V Gibson with 1958 Custom Pick Up's!The Key?Albert King was Left Handed.In his time no one made a Left Handed Guitar,this is fact!

The point is,the late great Jimi Hendrix perfected his skills,and his status as the greatest because in 1968 Jimi Hendrix,and Janis Joplin performed "Blues At Sun Rise"?This is where the secret of Albert King was revealed?Heavy Metal,Head Banger,ect requires bending!This is fact!If you are a 97% Right Handed Guitarist you must bend all of Albert King's Strings Down instead of his left handed upward motion!

       For closure.The band Metallica,and the Band set a new music for there era of youth?However James most rewarding music produced of late is credited to the knowing the strength that comes from bending them strings?You're Tech No is impressive,and to be commended,how ever return to the beginning of it all:?Blues!Ask Slash?Go to You Tube.Search Slash performs Jimi Hendrix Hey Joe at the British Rock N Roll Hall of Fame.His Rig is his Slash custom Marshall set up,how ever his magic is to see them awesome bends Slash makes on them strings!No effects pedals,no wireless get up's!His signature Marshall get up's,and his signature Slash Les Paul with the Seymour Duncan Pick Up's?

        As for the existing Line 6 Rig you use?A custom 15" Speaker Custom Half Stack provides a depth you never new made the difference at every level of music!All types have been great success for all styles,types,and extreme music.

As for as the artist in us the time to find this cabinet for a trial will be a great time advantage,garantee!

For the main question?Document,Document,Document?

         At 56 years of age,I'm certain of one true fact?There is an audience for every artist!Give up,get frustrated,even lock the gear away?"BUT",only to reconsider your next steps for success!Pull it all back,and you'll see a big difference!My last trip to Ireland I seen the U2 Concert in front of Slane Castle.Edge?70/80 effects pedals?Over 30 different Guitars?This man spends day's setting up for a concert!For finalization,Screw up in the room that only your door guards?After all the final problems are resolved by you,and only you will know when you are ready to perform,you will do so without problems,and perfection!

Kind Regards

Cleaner Liam



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by pandabear151086 on 2012-02-11 13:35:06

WOW

Keep up the good work DFlynn666 this is great.............

Hey how about a

Pennywise

Disturbed

Settings...................Would be great.



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by Bondohead on 2012-02-19 19:39:14

just got a used spider 3 75w. im verry frustrated not being able to navigate the tone settings. looking for some bush sounds. not sure if they fit in to the new rock catigory or not



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by jhtazstang on 2012-03-01 02:16:45

Got back into performing and bought a brand new  Epiphone Les Paul from Sam Ash and found a used Line 6 III 30 with the FBV Express for $120. Love my stuff but still learning how to use it. Can someone explain to me the red and green settings? Not understanding this and hate to sound stupid but the owners manual is kinda vague. Thanks for the help.



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by d0nkEy on 2012-10-01 10:27:07

Hey!

I've got a rather big problem with this setting It kinda sounds weird as shit. And I know that i wont get the same sound and so on... The only question is, why RED metal? If i set it to RED insane + these settings, it's just 100x better. Or is this because only 75W and above have insane setting?



Re: Line 6 Spider (III) settings - Modern Metal, Hard Rock and Punk Rock
by KoTa04 on 2013-03-23 15:19:21

Red and Green settings are for the Spider IV 75W amp




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