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Spider Jam static noise
by pilotds on 2009-11-25 12:58:15

Hello.  I bought my Line 6 spider jam about 1.5 years ago and hardly used it.  I am starting to get back into now and find that when I turn the unit on there is a high amount of static noise coming from the amp with no guitar sounds being amplified.  I tried turning down the mic input to below -5 and it made the static go down a little bit but still no guitar sound is coming through.  I don't think that I purchased the extended warranty from Guitar Center but like I said the amp was used very little and was definitely not dropped or banged around at all.

Please advise if I can resolve this issue through Line 6 directly without paying extra money on top of the price that I already paid for the amp.

Thanks,

Dan



RE: Spider Jam static noise
by AndyParedes on 2009-11-25 14:35:13

Hello,

I have created a support ticket for you regarding this situation. A support ticket allows you to directly correspond with a Line 6 Support Representative. An email will be sent to you from Line 6 containing a link if a Line 6 support representative determines that a ticket is necessary to troubleshoot your issue. Please follow the link in the email to view your open ticket to work one on one with Line 6 Support.

http://line6.com/account/tickets/view/



Re: RE: Spider Jam static noise
by Guitar6Line6 on 2012-08-02 18:15:44

Hello- I have the same problem out of nowhere. Bought the amp a year ago. Used about 30 times. Last use it worked great and turned off. Week later I turned it on and static noise when nothing is plugged in and tried different outlets (but it worked fine the whole year in the same spot(plug) .  Tried the factory reset I saw other posts <hold A and turn on>  .   Can you assist me please so I can play again?  Thank you- Rob



Re: RE: Spider Jam static noise
by daydreamin7677 on 2012-08-03 10:52:39

Make sure your MIC Level Knob is all the way down. Its the shinney knob on the far left of the amp.




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