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  1. Anywhere I can source a replacement? I've been all over from full compass to reverb to ebay and beyond, no joy! Or perhaps repair tips? It works if I jiggle the cable enough....
  2. Hi folks, struggling to motivate myself with the Spider Jam amp I have. Firstly, I got it free (unexpectedly) with a second hand guitar I bought; secondly, I got quite excited when I researched info and reviews about it. However, it’s volume control seems to act like a Fender amp, i.e. barely audible 1-2 or 1-3, then effing loud beyond that. Its cleans are ok, where they are clean and not subject to modulation, except the ‘blues - green’ which is excellent. The presets are pretty crap except 50s/60s songs, and those are guitar-dependant for authenticity - everything else sounds very flat or hair-metal inspired. However, in order to fix this you have to deep dive through menus (scant info in either manual downloaded; videos online more like infomercials). This is where my biggest problem lies: the cost of a new and under warranty, never mind mint condition used, fbv3 or fbv shortboard mk2 foot controller is ridiculous for what they are, and almost begs the question of whether to ditch the old tech and buy a Positive Grid Spark, or go for the foot controller (which one works best?) and persevere with the SJ? Open to the floor...
  3. Spider Jam User Banks and Presets lists in PDF and XLSX formats.
  4. Here is the thing ... The Spider V is so incredibly functional that the Spider V is a lot closer to being a "baby Helix" than it is to being an "improved Spider IV". The problem with the Spider V is that it carries the reputation with it of its Spider I-IV predecessors -- including the Spider I-IV's goofy/limited effects controls, bad standard on-board presets, and many digital sound limitations. Spider V is light years of improvement over the previous Spider IV, being FAR more than a simple evolution of the IV's existing features. As stated previously, the Spider V has more in common with Helix than it does Spider IV. Because of the that, the big MISS was made by Line 6 marketing for attaching the "Spider" name to it at all, and not instead attaching "Helix/HX" to it. Spider V was bitten badly by poor pre-conceived notions by the marketplace. Spider V being such a jump in technology that it would have warranted the new branding along with establishing a fresh start from the bad reputation of Spider I-IV. With the new "Catalyst", Line 6 seems to be taking aim at Katana, and maybe a new "Spider VI" will be branded within that Catalyst family. Regardless, I think it is safe to say that we will see no more branding within the "Spider" line as Line 6 wants to separate itself from it. Regardless of pre-conceived notions or reputation, the Spider V is an AMAZING amp providing ridiculous amounts of functionality, control and TONE. The reviews for it are also overwelmingly positive. To me, personally, I think the Spider V outperforms everything in its pricepoint (yes, even Katana) and would be "almost perfect" as is if it just had an effects loop ...
  5. So i just got my Line 6 Spider V20 MKii for Christmas, and i have the Spider Controller app on my phone, but i don't know how to hook up my phone to the amp to use the Controller. Can I please get some help on this?
  6. I purchased a used spider V 120 through GC and had it delivered to my house. Upon arrival, i excitedly plugged it in, only to find out it did not work, no sound, no display. So I took it back to GC and returned it. The GC staff was great and offered me a very good discount on a new Spider V 120. So I accepted and took my brand new amp home. After about 10 minutes of playing, I was scrolling through the amp section, when unreadable text started running across the bottom of the display. Noticing this problem, I powered down in hope of solving the problem with a hard boot. Upon powering up, the display no longer works. The amp works but I have no idea what is being played. I haven't had a chance to hookup a phone or tablet yet to see if that interface works, but even if it did, I would want the amp display to work. I haven't found any posts around this particular issue as of yet. Does anyone know if there is a simple way to resolve this problem before I return the amp. 2 strikes for line6 at this point in my book. Thanks for the help. Bo
  7. Hi! I recently wanted to record my guitar directly into my pc into FL Studio. I have the Spider V 20 with the Spider Remote, and used the usb on the front to connect to my PC. Everything sounds fine, until I use the ASIO in FL Studio to set my Spider V 20 as the input. The guitar sounds great, but there is a zapping noise that happens every few seconds that ruins the recordings. Any help would be appreciated, here is a recording of the sound. Thanks Again!
  8. Hey guys! I am looking to buy a Line 6 Spyder amp, but do not know what footswitch to buy along with it. Could someone send me a link for the correct footswitch for the 60 watt one?
  9. Spider v20. Preset knob problem. Lost settings. Clean-Chime-Crunch-Chunk ..... not match Spider V Remote. FX2 and FX3, press the Save button - no result. HELP me!!
  10. Hi. I found some issues in my Line 6 Spider 240HC amp that probably have other discussions opened, but i decided to record them. In the first one, the display flashes when it's turned off. That sound happens when i turn off the amp. That happens sometimes using different IEC cables. This problem started when i changed my IEC cable too. Sorry for the sound quality, there is a clicking sound when i activate the reverb. I though the it could be caused by the cable, but they are universal and i guess that it could be produced by digital issues. I really like this amp but it's difficult to play a gig calmed with that kind of problems. Is anyone having these problems? Sorry for my english.
  11. Application Q: What are the presets on my Spider Valve Mk II amplifier? A: There are 64 presets (16 banks of 4) programmed into the amplifier at the factory, and 64 empty preset locations for an end user to program. The empty 64 preset locations have defaults (1-4) in them as a starting place. Q: I noticed that the Artist/Song Presets from the Spider IV are not present on the Spider Valve Mk II? A: Yes, as many end users had asked for more locations to store their personal presets, we have removed the artist/song presets for the Spider Valve Mk II. Q: Are the Spider Valve Mk II series amps Mono(phonic)? A: Yes, the Spider Valve Mk II series amplifiers have a monophonic output (as are most tube amplifiers). Q: How can I connect a POD unit to my Spider Valve Mk II series amplifier? POD Connections, Routing and the 4 Cable Method Q: Do the Master volume and presence control applied to the power amp section only? A: Yes, the master volume and presence control are true analog. Q: Where is the Master volume located in the chain? A: it is after the preamp, and before the power amp. Specifications Q: What are the specifications of the Spider Valve Mk II series? Spider Valve Mk II Specifications Q: What speakers are used in the Spider Valve Mk II amplifiers? Spider Valve 112: Celestion Vintage 30, 8 ohm Spider Valve 212: (2) Celestion Vintage 30s, 16 ohm Spider Valve 412 cabinet: (4) Celestion Vintage 30s, 16 ohm Q: What tubes ship in the Spider Valve Mk II amplifiers? What is the power output? Spider Valve Mk II 112 & 212: (2) Sovtek 12AX7LPS or Shuguang Electron Group 12AX7B China preamp tubes, (2) Sovtek 5881/6L6WGC WXT matched set power amp tubes. 40 watts. Spider Valve Mk II HD: (2) Sovtek 12AX7LPS or Shuguang Electron Group 12AX7B China preamp tubes, (4) Sovtek 5881/6L6WGC WXT matched set power amp tubes. 100 watts. Q: What are the function of the 12AX7 tubes? A: V1 is the booster to the output tubes, V2 is the phase inverter for the output tubes. When viewing the SV MKII HD100 upright from the back, V1 is on the right side. On the combo, V1 is on the left side. Q: Can the Spider Valve Mk II handle another 12A_7 style tube without damage to tubes or circuitry? A: Yes, the 12AX7/AT7/AU7/AY7 types, but as these tubes act as a phase inverter and a boost to the power amp (rather than traditionally "cleaning up" the preamp section), you may not get the result you are looking for. Care must be taken with this and should be done by a technician well practiced in tube technology and modifications of this type. Q: What Line 6 controllers work with the Spider Valve Mk II series amplifier? Controller compatibility chart Setup/Connection Q: Is there a bias switch to change the power tubes to EL-34s or other power tube types? A: No, the Spider Valve Mk II does not offer bias switchable options and was designed to only be used with 5881WXT type of 6L6 power amp output tubes. Q: Is there a headphone output on the Spider Valve Mk II series? A: There is no headphone output on the Spider Valve Series, but you can use the XLR output to go to a mixer, then use the headphone jack from the mixer. Q: Can I run my Spider Valve Mk II amplifier without a speaker load? A:No, you cannot run the Spider Valve Mk II series without a speaker load. Please see the following link for more information on cabinet connections: Cabinet Connection and Ohm F.A.Q. Q: Can the Spider Valve Mk II be run with a Variac? A: This is not recommended as the lower voltage can cause problems with the digital processing in the Preamp section of the Spider Valve Mk II. Q: Can I run a Palmer S.E., THD Hot Plate, Power Soak, etc. for speaker simulation or power attenuation? A: There are no known issues regarding the use of any direct recording simulators or power attenuators between the power amp output and the speaker cabinet, but if there is damage caused by improper connections or malfunctioning gear, it will not covered under the Line 6 warranty. Be aware of “red plating”, when too much current across the plate can result in damage to the tubes and nearby circuits. Q: Do the Spider Valve Mk II 112 and 212 combos support external speaker cabinets? If so, will the external cabs mute the internal speakers of the Spider Valve Mk II? A: Yes, the Spider Valve Mk II supports the use of additional cabinets. Please ensure that the ohm load is correct to avoid damaging your amplifier if you intend to use both the internal and external speakers simultaneously. Q: What is the bias voltage for the Sovtek 5881WXT matched set of tubes? A: 35 mV (+/-2mV) Q: Does the XLR output still send signal when the amplifier is on standby? A: In some cases yes, in some no. Spider Valve MkII actually has two different modes of Direct Out, which can be found in the SETUP menu in Edit Mode. They are Studio and Performance. Studio mode is a traditional, DSP POD-style output with speaker simulation and will function when the amplifier is in standby mode. In contrast, Performance mode takes a tap off the output transformer, then goes through the speaker simulation before going through the Direct Out. This allows the tubes to interact with the DSP, and because the amp has to be on to allow this to happen, there will be no signal at the XLR output in standby if Performance mode is selected. Q: Does the Spider Valve Mk II have an FX loop? A: the Spider Valve Mk II has a pre-amp out (effect send) and Power amp in (effect return) section. Q: Is the effect loop series or parallel? Is the effect loop mono or stereo? A: The effect loop is series mono. Q: Does the Spider Valve Mk II have MIDI ports? A: Yes, the Spider Valve Mk II amplifier series has both MIDI in and MIDI out ports, and the Spider Valve Mk II will accept MIDI program changes on MIDI Channel 1-16, from values 00-127. The MIDI channel assignment can be accessed by pushing the “preset” encoder and using the left/right arrow key to reach “MIDI”. This greatly increases the opportunity to integrate Spider Valve MkII’s into your existing rig, and will also allow you to update your amps firmware via MIDI. See the advanced user’s guide for the full MIDI story. Q: Can I send a MIDI output from the Spider Valve Mk II to another MIDI-capable Line 6 amplifier and control both amplifiers with one FBV controller? A: Yes, but as different Line 6 amplifiers have different MIDI implementation you will want to go through each control on the FBV to ensure that you get the desired control on both units. Q: Is there an editor where I can connect my Spider Valve Mk II to my computer and edit/store tones? A: Yes, Spider Valve Edit is the editing software that can be used to edit the Spider Valve Mk II. Please see the following link for more information: Spider Valve Edit FAQs Q: What do the FBV Shortboard series stomp, FX Loop/Function 1, and Function 2 do? A: The Stomp button activates the "boost" on both the original FBV shortboard series (Mark I) and Mark II controllers. The FX Loop (Mk I)/Function 1 (Mk II) activates the Noise gate. The Function 2 (Mk II only) activates the loop feature on the Spider Valve Mk II. Q: What do the FBV Shortboard MkII Function 1 and Function 2 buttons do with Spider Valve MkII? How is it different from the original FBV Shortboard? A: The Function 1 button activates the Boost setting saved with each preset. The Boost setting (up to 8db pre and/or post amp model) can be found by entering “edit mode” on the SV MkII and pressing the R arrow on the 4-way nav button. The button equivalent to Function 1 on the original FBV Shortboard is labeled FX Loop. The Function 2 button (FBV Shortboard MkII only) is equivalent to the Quick Loop button on the faceplate of the SV MkII, and arms the built in Looper. For full functionality of the Looper, see the Spider Valve MkII Advanced User Guide. In addition, the Stomp button activates the first Smart FX on both the original and MkII FBV Shortboard controllers. Q: Can I run the Spider Valve Mk II head with only the outer two power tubes (removing the inner pair) to operate at a lower output volume? A: Yes, it is safe to run the Spider Valve Mk II Head with two 5881WXT’s. It is recommended that the output impedance be run at "half" when running in this configuration. An example would be running the 8 ohm head output connected to the 16 ohm cabinet connection, or the 4 ohm output to an an 8 ohm cabinet connection. Line 6 recommends re-biasing your amplifier to 35mv after removing the tubes, as the current draw will have changed. This should be done by a technician with lots of experience with tube amps. Q: Where is the fuse located in the chain? A: The fuse is located between the 12AX7s and 5881WXT’s (there is no master fuse). Spider Valve Cabinet FAQs Q: What are the specs for the Line 6 4x12 cabinet? A: 9 ply, ¾" wood with Celestion Vintage 30 speakers. There is no internal baffle. Q: What are the ohm load options for the 4x12 cabinet? A: The switchable ohm load options for the 4x12 cabinet are 16 ohm mono, 8 ohm stereo, and 4 ohm mono. Trouble shooting Q: What is the manufacturer's warranty for Spider Valve Mk II? A: The warranty for the Spider Valve Mk II amplifier is 12 months from the date of purchase, the tubes warranty is 90 days from the date of purchase. Q: How do I perform a factory reset on my Spider Valve Mk II? A: The factory reset for the Spider Valve Mk II series is to hold the "A" button while powering the unit, then pushing the presets encoder twice. Q: I hear a loud "pop" when I switch between certain presets on the Spider Valve MKII. Is this normal? A: Sometimes if the Channel Volume is set or saved too low on a preset a loud pop will be heard when navigating to it and away from it. This is because of the level difference between it and the other saved presets. Try adjusting the preset's Channel Volume above "12:00" and saving again. This should level out the difference between the presets and eliminate the popping sound. Q: Will using different brands of 6L6 tubes in the Spider Valve Mk II void the warranty? A: Yes, so no Ruby, Mesa, GT, JJ, Tung-Sol, or others. The characteristic curves are not close enough, and the vacuum-to-gas ratio (soft, medium, hard) of the tube plays a role in that. So it’s best to use the specified Sovtek 5881WXT matched set tubes. Q: My amp seems to be malfunctioning. What can I do as an end user? Amp Troubleshooting Tube Troubleshooting and Replacement *Q: Where can I download a Spider Valve Mk II manual? Line 6 Manuals Miscellaneous Q: Where can I get a cover for my Spider Valve Mk II amplifier? Cases And Covers
  12. Q: What is Spider Valve Edit? A: Spider Valve Edit is offered as a free software editor for all Spider Valve Mk II (112, 212, HD) amplifiers owners. Spider Valve Edit requires either a MIDI to USB connection from the amp to a computer, or a and CAT-5 connection from the amp to a Line 6 FBV Shortboard MkII or FBV Express MkII Series Controller with USB connection to a computer. See the following link for more information on updating your Spider Valve Mk II: Updating the Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150HD) using the FBV Mk II and Line 6 Monkey Q: Do I need to have version 1.50 (or later) firmware installed on my Spider Valve Mk II amplifier to use Spider Edit? A: Yes, firmware version 1.50 or later is necessary to interface with Spider Valve Edit. Q: Where can I download Spider Valve Edit? Spider Valve Edit Download Q: How Can I get the Spider Valve Edit Manual? A: You can open the PDF document attached at the bottom of this document, or select the F1 key when using the Spider Valve Edit program. Q: Can I share Spider Valve Mk II tones using Customtone? A: Yes, here is the direct link to the Spider Valve customtone sharing site: Customtone Q: What is the file extension for files that will load into Spider Valve Edit? A: Spider Valve Edit will accept the .sve (single patch) and .svb (bundles) file extensions. Q: Are Spider Valve Mk II tones compatible with the Spider IV tones found on Customtone? A: Although the amp models are the same, the extension name for Spider Valve Mk II and Spider IV are different. Q: Why am I seeing an asterisk in the patch title when I change a parameter in a preset? A: An asterisk will show preset that has been edited, and will need to be saved either on the computer or the amp to make the change permanent. Q: Can I use the FBV Mk II to control the Spider Valve Mk II when I am using the FBV controller to interface with Spider Valve Edit? A: The FBV controller cannot function as an amp controller when being used as an interface for Spider Valve Edit. Q: Can I import multiple tone patches at once? A: You can import single tone patches or bundles at once, but not multiple single patches simultaneously. Q: Can I change the global (Auto FX, MIDI, Loop routing, etc.) parameters in Spider Valve Edit? A: Global parameters can be changed on the amp, but cannot be controlled by the editor.
  13. We've had some reports of Spider Remote 2.0 failing to launch or crashing on Windows 10 systems. This does not affect all Windows 10 systems. If you encounter this issue, we suggest that you ensure that the latest version of the .net framework from Microsoft is installed on your computer. If it is and you still are having trouble, try reinstalling/repairing your Microsoft Visual C++ redistributable. Some users have found it helpful to install the most current version of C++ Redistributable, as well as both versions of the Visual C++ 2013 version: Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable x86 Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable x64 If that does not help, please contact our support staff at
  14. Hi, my V60 first gen, just die, today i try play it and dont power up, last week power up ok, where find fuse? Or what happens? I looked for information on the Internet but did not find anything useful, I hope I have more luck here.
  15. I am really liking my Spider V but have started making videos and recordings for practice and come across a problem. Maybe I have overlooked something or it's a shortcoming of the amp and a feature that Line6 might potentially be able to add in a firmware update. I use Rocksmith for fun and Yousician in my practice regime. I have started recording myself to see how well I actually perform from a spectators point of view and potentially share with friends on youtube. The ASIO functionality works pretty well, I can use the Spider V as an interface with my PC. Backing track volume can be adjusted with Master Volume and I can mix in my guitar with the Equalizer volume. The problem is when I try and record the USB output. I only get the guitar sound, no backing track. All the interfaces I have used have either a mixer knob of a 50/50 mix button that mixes the guitar with the backing audio passing through the interface. The only solution I have come up with is to use the headphone jack to output the full sound to my computer or interface but that makes the Amp speaker redundant. I use a splitter to split the headphones to a Marshall Woburn which I use as a CAB instead. Am I missing something? Is there a way to mix the computer audio with the guitar and record on the computer via USB like an interface? I thought I'd ask here before I try posting on the Line6 ideas board. It's a small thing that could potentially be added as a menu toggle in a firmware update. Send all audio through USB for recording. Would be nice to get rid of clutter and just have a power cable and USB cable to PC with Wireless G10 and no other stuff. EDIT: I submitted the idea to Line 6 which can be voted on at:
  16. Hi eveyone! I am thinking to buy the Spider V, but I actually tryed just the 60w version of the amp, and I actually like it! I actually play Death-Metalcore and I need this amp for recording at home (USB/ Emulated Output to Audio interface / Shure SM57), and also to play some live concerts (small gigs) and with my band in small practise room. I am reading about REALLY BIG differences between the 120w and 240w version about: -Volumes (people changed their 120w with the 240w because it was not enough loud to play in live concerts) -Sound Quality (stereo vs mono seems to make a big difference) Since I don't have the possibility to try them in the store, is anyone able to tell me if there's really all this big difference? Is worth to spend more money to have 240w? Is really the 120w not loud enough? Is the 240w good to play at low volumes? Also, did anyone have any issues about latency while recording with USB ? Thanks everyone! :D Keep playing :lol:
  17. So I tinkered around with some settings in the Spider V Remote application to try and get a nice deep, scooped, chug sound and while I don't think I'm quite there yet, I thought I'd share my progress: First: The gating settings. Second: The "Screamer" pedal for a Stomp setting Third: the Amp/Distortion/Drive settings for the "Amp" setting. Fourth: the EQ band Fifth: A chous mod Sixth: finally, some reverb to round it all out I'm using a Line 6 Spider V 30 MkII amp with an ESP M-10 guitar customized with a Seymour Duncan "Dimebucker" pickup on the bridge and D'Addario EXL125 Nickel Wound 9|46 strings. Also, to be completely honest: I am currently playing at CGCFAD tuning, so the chug I've created had a bit of help. Also, I'm including the "customtone" I saved for the preset so you can play around with it. Key Distortion.svl6p
  18. I installed the Spider V Remote amp plus the Line 6 updated (which did it's job, everything it's supposed to) and when I go to open the Spider V Remote software, it starts to open... and then just shuts down. I really need the software. I sold my other amp just to get the Line 6 Spider back specifically for the software and the presets you can download. Anyone had any ideas?
  19. Q: What is the Spider FX Infusion? A: Spider FX Infusion is offered as a free firmware (1.52) update for all Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150HD) amplifiers owners with a Line 6 FBV MkII Shortboard„¢ or Express„¢ Controller device. Q: Do I need to have the Mk II version of the FBV Express or shortboard to update the firmware on my Spider IV (75, 120, 150, HD150)? A: Yes, as the previous FBV (Mk I) does not have the USB connection necessary to connect to a computer for the update. You will also need to have the FBV Mk II Express/Shortboard registered to your user account to complete the install. Q: How do I connect my Spider IV (75, 120, 150, HD150) to my computer to perform the firmware update? A: See the following link for the Spider IV update information: Updating the Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150HD) using the FBV Mk II and Line 6 Monkey Q: What is the Spider IV Edit software? A: The Spider IV Edit software allows you to edit and download tones for your Spider IV amplifier on your computer. See the following link for more information on using the Spider IV Edit software. Spider IV Edit v1.02 FAQs Q: Do I need to calibrate my Expression pedal on my FBV Mk II unit after I perform the firmware upgrade? A: Yes. See the following link for the information on how to calibrate your FBV Mk II pedal (and update the firmware if necessary): FBV/Shortboard/Express/FBV2 Controller: Calibration and F.A.Q.s FBV Mk II (Express and Shortboard) software update Q: What new effect models are included in the Spider FX Infusion firmware update? A: There are 28 new effects in the update 1.51 (there are no changes in the amp modeling). Here are the locations and descriptions of the new effects: FX-1 - Gain Blue Comp: Based on* the Boss® CS-1 Compression Vetta Juice: A Line 6 original originally created for our flagship Vetta II guitar amplifier. Boost & EQ: A stompbox compressor that also provides you with some EQ controls so you can further shape the tone. Screamer: Based on* an Ibanez® Tube Screamer®, the overdrive heard round the world. Killer Z: Based on* Boss® Metal Zone, the industry standard distortion pedal for metal players since 1989. Octave Fuzz: Based on the Tycobrahe Octavia, the classic fuzz+octave effect. Bass Overdrive: Based on* the Tech 21 Bass Sans Amp Clean Sweep: This is a wide range sweeping filter with a slow decay. It’s similar to Auto Wah, but with a band pass filter shape. FX-2 - Chorus/Phaser Analog Chorus: Based on* the Boss® CE-1 Chorus Ensemble. Square Chorus: Based on* the Boss® CE-1 Chorus Ensemble, but with a square wave acting as the magical modulator. Random Chorus: This chorus uses three different modulating filters all running randomly. Jet Flanger: Based on the A/DA Flanger. Lumpy Phase: Kinda like a Uni-Vibe®, but more radical. Warble-Matic: It can produce a nice mild phasey sound or with the depth maxed you can simulate the sound of an alien spacecraft . FX-3 - Delay/ Sweep Echo Analog Delay: Based on* the Boss® DM2 Analog Delay. Stereo Delay: Run this effect post in order to hear it in stereo, with one delay on the left, and another on the right. The time parameter sets the left delay’s time, while offset sets the right delay time as a percentage of the left. So, if you set time to 500ms, and offset to 50%, your right delay time will be 50% of 500ms in other words, 250ms. This effect will be summed in mono on a mono amplifier (i.e. Spider IV 75) but will be in stereo when using the stereo line out. Bubble Echo: Bubble Eko has a Sample and Hold filter on the repeats. A Sample and Hold filter takes a filter sweep (like the one on Sweep Echo), chops it up into little bits and rearranges them semi-randomly. Reverb King Spring Large Plate Small Room Tiled Room Chamber Medium Hall Large Hall Wah Chrome: Based on* a Vox® V847 Colorful: Based on* the wah part of a vintage Colorsound® Wah-Fuzz Weeper: Modeled after* an Arbiter® Cry Baby
  20. Hi together, I'm facing a problem after connecting my TBP06 (from the G30 set) directly to my amp Spider v 240. With firmware 1.05 everything is ok concerning the symbols on the display, left up the battery status and right up the wireless conectivity. When I switch to the newest firmware 2.00, which should be the "better" one, the display shows sometimes different symbols in the left upper corner. It changes, randomly and often, from the battery status symbol to an "amp symbol". See the attached picture showing both symbols. I don't know why and also I don't know whats behind the amp-symbol. Has someone the same behavior or can someone explain the symbols? Thanks for your answers. Andreas
  21. Has anyone had any luck moving SpiderIV settings and how to migrate them to SpiderV? I'm trying to transfer some settings but don't find them to be compatible with new software. Any advice or options??
  22. Is there a way to get this knobs? i've been looking for this knobs at online store (including ebay) without luck, my Master Knob of my Spider IV fell off, a friend of mine loose it and is annoying. He told me he will buy it for me but i cant find it. Thanks
  23. I've recently bought Spider V20. Everything works fine except switching cabinets in line 6 spider remote PC app. While switching cabinets the sound remains the same. It happens while I'm playing through Amp speaker and also via headphones. My V20 is running the 2.0 version software and remote PC app 1.03. Did anyone have similar problem? Any ideas? Thanks!
  24. Deutsch Français Q: Where can I find videos on how to use the Spider IV amplifier? Spider IV movies Q: Where can I download the Spider IV Pilot's Guide and Advanced Guide? Spider IV Advanced Guide Spider IV Pilot's Guide Q: What are the presets on my Spider IV amplifier? A: The user presets and artist/song presets for the Spider IV can be seen at Spider IV presets.xlsx. There are the 64 user-programmable presets, over 350 Artist Presets, and over 200 song and effect-based presets. Be aware that the artist, song, and effect based presets cannot be saved in their current location, but you can modify and/or store these setting in one of the 64 user-programmable presets. If you would like to return your unit to the original presets, please perform a factory reset. Q: How are the preset banks categorized? A: The User, Artist, and Song Banks can be navigated by using the left/right buttons on the four-way selector. You can navigate through the banks once you are in the specific area using the up/down buttons on the four-way selector, then once you are in the specific bank you can access the individual presets by turning the presets encoder key. Q: How do I perform a factory Reset on the Spider IV series amplifiers? A: Hold the A button as you power the unit on, then press the presets encoder once. ***NOTE: If an FBV controller is connected to the Spider IV during the Factory Reset, the LCD screen on the FBV will go blank. To return the display, simply press a footswitch on the FBV or disconnect/reconnect the CAT5 cable to the FBV. Q: Where are the "bonus" presets that are not programmed into the amp? Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and HD150 - Song Settings Q: Is there an editor for the Spider IV (75, 120, 150, 150 HD) series amplifier? A: Yes, see the following link for details: Spider IV Edit v1.02 FAQ Q: What are the amp models on the Spider IV 75/120/150/150HD?* Clean Red - Based on the clean channel of the Marshall® JCM 900, the first true modern high gain amp from Marshall. Select Clean Red to get crisp, amazing clean tones, great warm jazz tones, and all the high-end shimmer you'll need with a generous amount of bottom end. Clean Green - We developed this amp model to emulate those late 60s and early 70s clean tones. We modeled a 1973 Hiwatt® custom 100, then extended the tone control range and tightened up the low end for that big, ringing sound. Twang Red - This amp model draws on our analysis of mid 60s Fender® amps, in particular the blackface '65 Twin Reverb®. We wanted that classic, glassy high end tone, with enough snap and bite for some serious chick'n pick'n. Things don't get too crunchy until you reach the top range of the Drive knob. Twang Green - There's nothing like the sound of the classic Fender® blackface Deluxe Reverb®, the Holy Grail for many blues, country and roots rockers. Class A Red - Ready, steady....GO! This amp model is based on a Vox® AC-30 amplifier with an updated and expanded TBX tone control circuit. We wanted to capture that early pop rock tone that many British invasion bands are so well known for. Class A Green - There are some great modern amps out today based on the legendary tones of yesteryear. Here's our take on the EL84 circuit of a Divided By 13 9/15 Model. Blues Red - This amp model is inspired by that famous vintage tweed sound we all know and love. We evaluated a '53 Fender® wide panel Deluxe and this is what we came up with. Blues Green - Blues Green is based on a Gretsch® 6156, a 1960 1x10 combo from the days when rock 'n' roll took the blues to a new level. Add some reverb and a slap echo and be-bop-alu-la! Crunch Red - This sound was crafted during our studies of the '68 Marshall® Plexi 50 Watt, which was used by a number of early metal bands. Hi Gain Red provides a wider range of tone control settings than the original jumpered Marshall®, allowing you to bump up the mids even at the highest Drive settings. Crunch Green - Here's our inspired interpretation on a 2005 Orange® AD-30TC, a 30 watt, Class A head that oozes pure Brit rock tone, taking 60s crunch to a new level. Hi Gain Red - Plexi On Fire! This amp model is based on a '68 Marshall® Plexi 100 watt with a few added extras; the combination of a Variac and the jumpered input channels creates that infamous brown sound that will feel like flames are shooting out the input jack! Hi Gain Green - Hi Gain Green was inspired by the Diezel® Herbert, the 180 watt Ducati of high performance guitar amplifiers, featuring a huge, tight low end. Metal Red - For this amp model we took the classic Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® and added a few enhancements. The resulting Amp Model has a definite modern flavor. This monster truck of tone delivers a bottom end that's big, powerful, tight and fast. Use Metal Red to get a punchy, high gain Metal sound. Metal Green - This sound was created to be an aggressive high gain Amp Model with a unique Mid control that will sweep though an entire spectrum of tone on one knob. With the Mid knob is set to minimum, the distortion exhibits Fuzz pedal characteristics. When set to noon, it mimics the creamy modern high gain amp tones. And when turned up to max, its reminiscent of that maxed out Class A sound. Of course there are all the places in-between... Insane Red - This model is our "dialed in for shredding" version of the Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® red channel. It combines the intensity and impact of Metal Red, but delivers more midrange and teeth for that bone-crushing, brain piercing insane grind. Insane Green - Our goal with Insane was to provide you with as much input gain distortion as possible short of complete meltdown. You get an obscene helping of distortion, while still retaining tonal definition and character. As a result, you get way more bottom end and cabinet character than other small amps. Crank up the Drive control and prepare to dominate! *All product names are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These product names and descriptions are provided for the sole purpose of identifying the specific products that were studied during Line 6's sound model development. HIWATT® is a registered trademark of Fernandes Company, Ltd. FENDER®, TWIN REVERB® and DELUXE REVERB® are registered trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. VOX® is a registered trademark of Vox R&D Limited. MARSHALL® is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. GRETSCH® is a regustered trademark of Fred W. Gretsch Enterprises, Ltd.ORANGE® is a registered trademark of Orange Personal Communications Services Ltd. MARSHALL® is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification Plc. MESA/BOOGIE® and RECTIFIER® are registered trademarks of Mesa/Boogie, Ltd. DEIZEL is a regiustered trademark of Deizel GMBH. Q: What is 'Manual Mode'? A: When the Manual button is lit, Spider IV is operating in 'Manual Mode', meaning that all of the controls are active and the sound of the amp is determined by the current knob settings. If you are not in Manual Mode and would like to be, simply press the 'manual' button. You can exit manual mode by selecting the 'manual' button again, or pressing the buttons for A-D. Q: What are the specifics of the Smart Harmony effect on the Spider IV (75-150) Series? A: The Smart Harmony can be placed 'pre' or 'post' amp, and can perform diatonic harmony for any root note (A through G#) from a unison (no change) to a ninth interval (up to seven steps) above or below the root note. The scales included in the Smart Harmony include Major, Natural Minor, Pentatonic Major, Pentatonic Minor, Harmonic Minor, Melodic Minor, Whole tone, and Diminished scale. The overall mix of the Smart Harmony effect can be programmed and stored per patch from 0-100%. Q: What are the specifics of the Pitch Glide effect on the Spider IV (75-150) Series? A: The Pitch Glide can be placed pre' or 'post' amp, and the Heel and Toe positions of the FBV can be programmed two octaves above or below the incoming note in ½ steps (semi-tones) increments. Be aware that the number '7' in this situation equals 3.5 steps (because of the half step measurements) rather than an interval of a seventh (5.5 steps) that would be heard when using the Smart Harmony effect. The overall mix of the Pitch Glide effect can be programmed and stored per patch from 0-100%. Q: Where can I learn more about using the Smart Harmony and Pitch Glide features? Q: I already have an original FBV controller, will this work on the Spider IV 75-150 series? A: The FBV (Mk I) controllers will control most of the standard functions on the Spider IV 75-150 series with a few limitations. Here is a breakdown of the limitations: FBV Express 1. The FBV Express (Mk I) cannot punch in and out overdubs. It just starts record once for a single pass. The FBV Express Mk II can control the overdub feature. 2. The FBV Express (Mk I) cannot arm the Quick Loop. The quick loop must be armed by pressing the amp front panel. The FBV Express MkII can arm the Quick Loop by pressing down either the A+B or C+D footswitches. This is what takes you out of Looper mode as well. FBV Shortboard The FBV Shortboard (Mk I) cannot arm the Quick Loop. The quick loop must be armed by pressing the Quick Loop button on the front panel. The FBV Shortboard MkII can arm the Quick Loop by pressing the (new) Function 2 button. Overdubbing works on both original and current Shortboards. All other functions are available on the FBV Mk I pedals as their Mk II counterparts. Due to the new effects layout, the FBV Shortboard FX Loop button will activate the Boost setting in the Spider IV 75-150. On the FBV Shortboard Mk II this button is labeled 'Function 1'. Q: What are the specifics on the Looper function of the Spider IV (75-150) Series? A: The Spider IV (75 and above) has a 14 second looper on the amplifier that can be activated by the face of the unit or the FBV Mk II series controllers. See the following video for more looper information: Q: How do I connect the Spider IV 150/HD to the Spider Cabinet? A: The Spider IV 150 and HD is designed to see a load on *both * speaker outputs by connecting the left and the right inputs to the Spider cabinet with speaker cables. Running the Spider IV 150/ HD into a 4 ohm load may result in damage to the amplifier. Please see the following link for more information: Cabinet Connection and Ohm F.A.Q Q: Can I use two Spider cabinets with the Spider Series HD 150? A: The Spider IV 150 and HD were designed to power a single Spider Stereo Cabinet with a stereo 8 ohm load. Using two Spider cabinets would require a modification to each cab so that they are each rewired to produce a 16 ohm mono load. This modification would preferably be done by an authorized Line 6 service center, which can be located from the Service Center link on the Support page. Q: How do I connect external speakers to my Spider IV 150 amplifier? A: Line 6 recommends disconnecting the internal speakers (covering the dry-solder clips with electrical tape) and connecting both external speaker outputs to an 8 ohm (or 16 ohm) load. Do not connect just one side, as this may cause a power amp failure. Powering the internal speakers along with a external speakers may cause a power amp failure and is not supported. Q: What type of speaker is used on the Spider IV series? Spider IV 15: Custom 15 (4 ohm) Spider IV 30: Celestion G12E50 (4 ohm) Spider 1V 75/150: Celestion G12P80 (8 ohm) Spider IV 120: (2) Celestion G10P80 (8 ohm) Q: Where can I get a cover or replacement knobs for my Spider IV amplifier? A: Line 6 Store Wo kann ich Videos zur Nutzung des Spider IV Verstärkers finden? Spider IV movies Wo kann ich Benutzerhandbücher herunterladen? Spider IV Advanced Guide Spider IV Pilot's Guide Welche Presets kann ich auf dem Spider IV finden? All User, Artist und Song Presets können Sie hier finden: Spider IV presets.xlsx Insgesamt sind 64 selbsteinstellbare Presets, über 350 Artistenpresets sowie über 200 Song- und Effektpresets enthalten. Die Artist, Song und Effekt Presets können nur verändert und abgespeichert werden indem Sie sie in eine der 64 User Banken abspeichern und dann von dort aus editieren. Wenn Sie das Gerät zurück auf die Originalpresets zurückstellen wollen, dann müssen Sie das Gerät auf Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen. Gibt es verschiedene Kategorien für die Presets? Die Presets sind in User, Artist und Song Presets eingeteilt. Nutzen Sie zur Auswahl einfach die rechts-links Pfeiltasten. Sobald Sie dann in einer der Abteilungen sind, können Sie die Bank anhand der rauf-runter Pfeile auswählen und hier können Sie dann die verschiedenen Presets mit dem Preset Knopf ansteuern. Wie kann ich das Gerät auf Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen? Halten Sie dazu den A Knopf beim Starten des Gerätes gedrückt und drücken Sie den Presets Knopf einmal. Achtung, wenn ein FBV Controller während des Zurücksetzens angeschlossen ist, dann wir der Bildschirm sich leeren. Um wieder ein Bild zu bekommen brauchen Sie nur einen Fußschalter zu drücken oder das CAT5 Kabel neu einzustecken. Wo sind die Bonus Presets, die einprogrammiert sind? Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and HD150 - Song Settings Gibt es einen Editor für die Spider IV 75, 120, 150 und 150HD Verstärker? Ja: Spider IV Edit v1.02 FAQ Welche Verstärkermodelle gibt es auf dem Spider IV? Clean Red: Auf Basis des Clean Kanals eines Marshall® JCM 900, der erste moderne High Gain Verstärker von Marshall. Wählen Sie Clean Red für knackigen, klaren Sound und warme Jazz Töne. Zusätzlich bietet das Modell Viel Bass. Clean Green: Dieses Modell wurde dazu entworfen nach den sauberen 60er und 70er Tönen zu klingen. Wir haben dazu einen Hiwatt® custom 100 als Vorlage verwendet und die Tonreichweite modifiziert für einen tollen klingelnden Sound. Twang Red: Dieses Modell ist das Resultat unserer Analyse von Fender® Verstärkern der 60er Jahre, ganz besonders des 65er Blackface Twin Reverb®. Unser Ziel war ein klassisch glasiger Ton, der aber nicht zu krass nach oben hin klingen soll, wenn man Drive aufdreht. Twang Green: Auf basis des einzigartigen Fender® Blackface Deluxe Reverb®. Class A Red: Auf Basis eines Vox® AC-30 mit modifizierter TBX Kontrolleinheit für tollen englischen Pop Rock Sound. Class A Green: Es gibt viele modern Verstärker, die auf Tönen von alten Verstärkern basieren. Hier ist unser Modell nach einem EL84 Schaltkreis eines Divided By 13 9/15. Blues Red: Auf Basis eines 53er Fender® Deluxe. Blues Green: Auf Basis eines Gretsch® 6156, eine 1x10 Combo von 1960. Crunch Red: Auf Basis eines 68er Marshall® Plexi 50 Watt. Crunch Red hat mehr Ton Kontrolle als der original Marshall Verstärker sodass Sie die Mitten auch bei hohen Drive Einstellungen noch aufdrehen können. Crunch Green: Unsere Interpretation eines 2005er Orange AD-30TC 30Watt. Purer englischer Rock Sound der Klasse A. Hi Gain Red: Auf Basis des 68er Marshall Plexi 100Watt mit ein paar kleineren Extras. Für den berüchtigten „Brown Sound“. Hi Gain Green: Auf Basis eines Diezel® Herbert, ein 180Watt Verstärker mit ungleublicher Performance. Metal Red: Für dieses Modell haben wir den Sound eines Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifiers® modelliert und leicht verändert für einen etwas moderneren Ton. Nutzen Sie Metal Red für druckvollen High Gain Sound. Metal Green: Ein aggressives High Gain Modell mit einzigartiger Kontrolle über die Mitten. Auf dem Minimum können Sie Fuzz Karakteristiken erzeugen, auf 12 Uhr bekommen Sie einen modernen High Gain Sound und voll aufgedreht bekommen Sie einen Class A Sound und dann gibt es natürlich noch alles dazwischen. Insane Red: Unsere Shredding Version des roten Kanals eines Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifiers®. Eine Kombination von Metal Red mit mehr Mitten. Insane Green: Dieses Modell soll so viel Input Gain wie nur möglich liefern mit extremer Verzerrung. Das Modell behält bei der abgefahrenen Verzerrung aber immernoch die Definition und den Charakter. Mehr Bassbox Karakter als die meisten kleineren Verstärker liefern können. *Alle in diesem Dokument erwähnten Produktnamen sind Marken der jeweiligen Besitzer, welche weder zu Line 6 gehören noch mit Line 6 assoziiert sind. Die vorher genannten Marken werden in diesem Dokument nur zur Identifikation der Produkte verwendet, deren Sounds und Klänge Line 6 studiert hat während des Sounddesigns der verschiedenen genannten Line 6 Modelle. HIWATT® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Fernandes Company, Ltd. FENDER® TWIN REVERB® und DELUXE REVERB® sind eingetragene Warenzeichen von Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. VOX® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Vox R&D Limited. MARSHALL® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Marshall Amplification Plc. GRETSCH® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Fred W. Gretsch Enterprises, Ltd. ORANGE® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Orange Personal Communication Services, Ltd. MESA/BOOGIE® und RECTIFIER® sind eingetragene Warenzeichen von Mesa/Boogie, Ltf. DIEZEL® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von DIEZEL GmbH. Was ist der „Manual Mode“? Wenn der Manual Mode Knopf leuchtet, dann ist der Manual Mode eingeschaltet, der Ihnen volle Knotrolle über den Verstärker verleiht. Alle Einstellungen sind also aktiv und der Ton des Verstärkers hängt vollkommen von den Einstellungen der Knöpfe ab. Drücken Sie einfach den „Manual“ Knopf um den Manual Mode ein- und auszuschalten. Was sind die Spezifikationen des Smart Harmony Effektes auf den Spider IV 75-150 Verstärkern? Der Smart Harmony Effekt kann auf Pre oder Post gestellt werden und liefert eine diatonische Harmonie für alle Grundtöne vom Einklang zum neunten Intervall über oder unter der Grundnote. Enthalten sind Major, Naural Major, Pentatonisches Major, Pentatonisches Moll, harmonisches Moll, melodisches Moll, voller Ton sowie eine verminderte Skalierung. Der Mix das Effektes kann von 0 bis 100% eingestellt und einzeln auf Patches abgespeichert werden. Was sind die Spezifikationen des Pitch Glide Effektes auf den Spider IV 75-150 Verstärkern? Der Pitch Glide Effekt kann auf Pre oder Post gestellt werden und die zwei Pedal Stellungen des FBV können auf 2 Oktaven rauf und runter in Halbschritten programmiert werden. 7 bedeutet in diesem Fall also 3,5 Schritte anstelle eines siebtel Intervalls, wie man es sich eigentlich vorstellen könnte. Der Mix das Effektes kann von 0 bis 100% eingestellt und einzeln auf Patches abgespeichert werden. Wo kann ich mehr über Smart Harmony und Pitch Glide lernen? Ich habe bereits einen original MkI FBV Controller, funktioniert dieser mit dem Spider IV 75-150? Die meisten Hauptfunktionen sind auf den MkI Boards belegt mit ein paar wenigen Ausnahmen: FBV Express: Es kann keine Overdubs benutzen, es fängt einfach an aufznehmen. Dieses Problem besteht nicht bei dem MkII. Der Quick Loop funktioniert nur bedingt, Sie müssen Ihn am Frontpanel des Verstärkers starten. Beim MkII kann Quick Loop ganz einfach durch den Druck der Fußschalter A+D oder C+D gestartet werden. FBV Shortboard: Der Quick Loop funktioniert nur bedingt, Sie müssen Ihn am Frontpanel des Verstärkers starten. Beim MkII kann Quick Loop ganz einfach durch den Druck des Function 2 Knopfes gestartet werden. Overdubbing funktionert auf MkI sowie MkII. Alle anderen Funktionen sind auf dem MkI (dem originalen Shortboard) funktionstüchtig. Aufgrund des neuen Layouts jedoch, aktiviert der FX Loop knopf am alten Shortboard die Boost Einstellung und am neuen (MkII) heißt dieser Knopf „Function 1“. Was sind die Spezifikationen der Looper Funktion auf den Spider IV 75-150 Verstärkern? Der Spider IV (75 oder höher) hat eine 14 Sekunden Looper Funktion eingebaut die vorne auf dem Verstärker aktiviert werden kann. Wie kann ich mein Spider IV 150/HD an ein Spider Cab anschließen? Die Spider IV 150 und 150 HD sind dazu entworfen eine Last auf beiden Lautsprecherausgängen zu haben. Schließen Sie also bitte beide Ausgänge an die Box anhand von Lautsprecherkabeln an. Den Verstärker an eine 4 Ohm Last anzuschließen kann den Verstärker beschädigen: Cabinet Connection and Ohm F.A.Q Kann ich zwei Spider Boxen an den Spider 150 HD Verstärker anschließen? Der Verstärker ist dazu entworfen eine einzige Box angeschlossen zu haben mit stereo 8 Ohm Last. Um 2 Boxen anzuschließen, müssten beide Boxen modifiziert werden um 16 Ohm Mono zu erzeugen. Die Modifikation kann bei einem Line 6 Service Center durchgeführt werden. Wie kann ich externe Lautsprecher an den Spider IV 150 anschließen? Wir empfehlen die inneren Lautsprecher vom Verstärker zu trennen und beide externe Lautsprecher Ausgänge an 8 oder 16 Ohm anzuschließen. Aber schließen Sie immer beide Seiten an, nicht nur eine einzelne denn dies kann zu Endstufenproblemen führen. Die internen zusammen mit externen Lautsprechern anzuschließen kann auch zu Fehlern in der Endstufe führen und ist nicht unterstützt. Welche Lautsprecher werden in die Spider Verstärker eingebaut? Spider IV 15: Custom 15 (4Ohm) Spider IV 30: Celestion G12E50 (4Ohm) Spider IV 75/150: Celeston G12P80 (8Ohm) Spider IV120: 2x Celestion G10P80 (8Ohm) Wo kann ich Ersatzteile oder in Schutzhülle für mein Spider IV kaufen? Line 6 Store Ou puis-je trouver des vidéos sur l’utilisation du Spider IV? Spider IV movies (Attention, les vidéos sont en anglais.) Ou puis-je télécharger le mode d’emploi du Spider IV ? Spider IV Advanced Guide Spider IV Pilot's Guide Quels sont les presets sur l’ampli Spider IV? Trouvez tous les presets User et Artist/Song ici : Spider IV presets.xlsx . Le Spider IV a 64 presets User, plus que 350 presets Artiste et 200 presets Song et sur base d’effets. Les presets Artist, Song et sur base d’effets ne peuvent pas être enregistrés dans la position courante mais vous pouvez les modifier ou enregistrer dans une des banques User. Si vous voulez retourner votre appareil à cause d’une erreur ou un problème. Comment est-ce qu’on classe les presets en catégories ? Vous pouvez naviguer entre presets User, Artiste et Song avec les boutons gauches et droite. Si vous êtes dans une banque, vous pouvez naviguer pour chercher Comment puis-je réinitialiser l’appareil ? Maintenez enfoncé le bouton A en allumant l’appareil. Après ca, poussez le bouton Presets. Attention, si un contrôleur FBV est connecté au Spider IV pendant la réinitialisation, l’écran du FBV se vide. Poussez un des commutateurs aux pieds ou reconnectez le câble CAT5 pour réactiver l’écran. Ou puis-je trouver les presets « bonus » pas programmé dans l’ampli ? Spider IV 75, 120, 150 and HD150 - Song Settings Y a t il un éditeur pour les Spider IV ? Spider IV Edit v1.02 FAQ Quels sont les modèles d’ampli sur les Spider IV ? Clean Red: Basé sur le canal clean du Marshall® JCM 900 le premier amplificateur moderne à gain élevé. Sélectez Clean Red pour un son clair, un ton jazz chaud et beaucoup du basse. Clean Green: Ce modèle était développé pour les sons clairs des amplis des années 60 et 70. Ce modèle est basé sur un Hiwatt® 1973 custom 100. Twang Red: Ce modèle est le résultat de nos analyses des amplis Fender® des années 60. En particulier, le Le 65 Blackface Twin Reverb®. On a essayé d’imiter ce son classique, de gain élevé. Le son ne devient pas trop crunchy jusqu’à ce que vous tourniez au bouton Drive. Twang Green: Basé sur le Fender® Blackface Deluxe Reverb®. Class A Red: Basé sur un Vox® AC-30 avec circuit de contrôle TBX modifié. On a essayé d’enregistrer le on pop rock des groupes anglaises. Class A Green: Basé sur le circuit EL84 d’un Divided By 13 9/15. Blues Red: Basé sur un Fender® Deluxe de 1953. Blues Green: Basé sur un Gretsch® 6156, un combo de 1960 1x10. Crunch Red: Basé sur un Marshall® Plexi 50 Watt de 1968. Crunch Green: Basé sur un Orange® AD-30TC de 2005. 30Watt classe A. Hi Gain Red: Basé sur un Marshall® Plexi 100 Watt de 1968 avec des extras. Hi Gain Green: Basé sur un Diezel® Herbert 180 Watt. Metal Red: Basé sur un Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® amélioré. Le modèle est un peu moderne. Metal Green: Un modèle de gain élevé très agressive avec un contrôle des mis spéciale. Le bouton des mis sur le minimum et vous recevez des distorsions comme un pédale Fuzz. Sur le maximum, c’est un son comme un ampli Classe A. Insane Red: Basé sur un Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® avec plus de mis. Insane Green: Le maximum de distorsion d’entrée possible. *Tous les noms de produits dans ce document sont des marques déposées des propriétaires respectifs. Ces noms de produits ne sont pas affiliés ou associés avec Line 6, ils sont uniquement utilisés pour identifier les produits de ces fabricants. HIWATT® est une marque déposée de Fernandes Company, Ltd. FENDER®, TWIN REVERB® et DULXE REVERB® sont des marques déposées de Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. VOX® est une marque déposée de Vox R&D Limited. MARSHALL® est une marque déposée de Marshall Amplification Plc. GRETSCH® est une marque déposée de Fred W. Gretsch Enterprises, Ltd. ORANGE® est une marque déposée de Orange Personal Communications Services Ltd. MESA/BOOGIE® et RECTIFIER® sont des marques déposées de Mesa/Boogie, Ltd. DIEZEL® est une marque déposée de Diezel GmbH. Qu'est-ce que le « Manual Mode » ? En mode manuel, tous les contrôles sur le Spider IV sont activés et le son de l’ampli est déterminé par les postions des boutons. Poussez le bouton Manual pour entrer le mode manuel. Poussez le bouton encore une fois pour désactiver ce mode. Quels sont les spécifications pour l’effet Smart Harmony sur un Spider IV ? Vous pouvez le mettre en Pre ou en Post et peut faire une harmonie diatonique pour tous les notes de base d’un unisson à au 9ième intervalle (c’est jusqu’à 7 étapes) dessous ou dessus de la note originale. Inclus sont : Majeur, Mineure naturelle, Pentatonique majeur, Pentatonique mineur, Mineure harmonique, Mineure mélodique, Ton entier, et échelle réduite. Le mix peut être programmé et enregistré par patch de 0 à 100%. Quels sont les spécifications pour l’effet Pitch Glide sur un Spider IV ? Vous pouvez le mettre en Pre ou en Post et les deux positions du contrôleur FBV peuvent être programmées pour deux octaves dessus ou dessous la note d’entrée en incréments de ½. 7 veut dire que ce sont 3,5 étapes. Vous pouvez aussi programmer le Mix de l’effet et l’enregistrer entre 0 et 100% par patch. Ou puis-je apprendre plus sur ces deux effets ? J’ai déjà un contrôleur FBV original, est-ce qu’il fonctionne avec le Spider IV? Oui, mais avec quelques limitations : FBV Express : Vous ne pouvez pas configurer les overdubs. Il simplement enregistre une fois. Vous ne pouvez pas utiliser Quick Loop. Lancez-le avec le panneau de l’ampli. FBV Shortboard : Vous ne pouvez pas utiliser Quick Loop. Lancez-le avec le bouton Quick Loop. Quels sont les spécifications pour la fonction Looper sur les Spider IV ? Les Spider IV 75 et ci-dessus on un looper de 14 secondes. Comment puis-je connecter le Spider IV 150/HD à un baffle Spider ? Vous devez toujours connecter les deux sorties gauche et droit au baffle avec des câbles d’haut parleurs. La connexion du Spider IV à une 4 Ohm Impédance peut endommager l’ampli : Cabinet Connection and Ohm F.A.Q Puis-je utiliser deux baffles avec le Spider HD 150? L’ampli doit être modifié pour faire fonctionner deux baffles avec un ampli. Un Line 6 Centre Service peut faire cette modification. Comment puis-je connecter des haut-parleurs externes à mon ampli Spider IV 150 ? Déconnectez les haut-parleurs internes et connectez les deux sorties haut parleurs à 8 ou 16 Ohm. Ne connectez pas seulement une côté. Ne connectez pas des haut-parleurs externes ET les internes en même temps, ce peut endommager l’ampli. Quels haut-parleurs sont utilisés dans les amplis Spider IV ? Spider IV 15: Custom 15 (4Ohm) Spider IV 30: Celestion G12E50 (4Ohm) Spider IV 75/150: Celestion G12P80 (8Ohm) Spider IV 120: 2x Celestion G10P80 (8Ohm) Ou puis-je acheter des remplacements ou une couverture pour men ampli? Line 6 Store
  25. Hi My first Line 6 amp was a Spider Valve 112 (original version) and sometime ago the it pretty much died and I benched tested it and ruled IN the smaller PCB (the one controlling the LCD, Volume, Input, etc. It is connected via a ribbon cable to the longer board behind all the channel FX controls. Does anyone have a 112 they want to sell for parts (if that board is okay) or a resource for a new one ?? fullcompass online has parts, however, not anything like this. Yes I have searched eBay and other sites. Please contact me at: n944la ‘at’ gmail ‘dot’ com if you have any resources or are selling one. It it would be the left most board in the pic below...w/ the LCD display A15: UI RIGHT - 35-00-0247-1 REV A 7-JUNE-2007 Thank You Tim Dickerson ARS N9NU
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