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  1. Does anyone have the settings for this preset, I liked it but upgrading to MKII it doesn't seem like it is on the amp now.
  2. Haven't used it enough to give a verdict. I like it so far, mostly was just wondering what everyone thought of the idea of using 2 spider v 120s bypassed instead of FRFR speakers. I tried finding out which speaker is in the spider v compared to the powercab but couldn't really find any info on if they were different or not.
  3. This is my setup. I have a Helix into 2 Spider V 120's I just set this up like this. I am currently using it without any amps, effects, cabs, etc setup on a patch using the normal input on the Spider V so I don't have to hit the tap buttons every time i play to bypass the preamp. I haven't tuned everything and made patches yet I just built this to replace my old setup of a pod pro hdx, spider v, 2x12 cab, triaxis, ada mp2, peavey classic 60 60 and a lexicon mx400. Wanted to make it less complicated and save some money, bought the Helix, rack case, foot controller, expression pedal for $1400 then I bought a Spider V with FBV, transmitter for $100 off offer up. Already had the other Spider V for $200 off guitar center used. For my whole setup there I am in for about $1850. Let me know what you think?
  4. I doubt the power cabs are that much better if at all better than the Spider V for an FRFR but would really like to see a comparison if someone has both.
  5. This is my setup. I have a Helix into 2 Spider V 120's I just set this up like this. I am currently using it without any amps, effects, cabs, etc setup on a patch using the normal input on the Spider V so I don't have to hit the tap buttons every time i play to bypass the preamp. I haven't tuned everything and made patches yet I just built this to replace my old setup of a pod pro hdx, spider v, 2x12 cab, triaxis, ada mp2, peavey classic 60 60 and a lexicon mx400. Wanted to make it less complicated and save some money, bought the Helix, rack case, foot controller, expression pedal for $1400 then I bought a Spider V with FBV, transmitter for $100 off offer up. Already had the other Spider V for $200 off guitar center used. For my whole setup there I am in for about $1850.
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