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Will there be a spider V head

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I have spider iv HD150 & 4x12 cabinets. Would love to trade in for spider V. Looking forward to new effects & models. Looks like it's more user friendly. Really like wireless feature. Why no spider V head?

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If you look at the history of the Spiders I - IV they all had a head/cab version come out. So I would tend to believe that the V would have one as well.

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Guest Hux

It would be great with a Spider V head, for band use.

 

At home I already got the V60, and love it

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Here's the problem folks.  The Spider IV was a guitar amp.  It was meant to be used with mid-range guitar speakers.  The Spider V combos are all full-range systems, and making a head would require a special full-range cabinet or essentially, hooking it to PA speakers.  I mean, if that's your thing, that's cool.  

I prefer to just keep retubing my Spider Valve MKII HD100.  Just my .02  

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Not really that true Brian. Many of the modelers are used for both FRFR and amp/cab systems. The units are that flexible.

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Any one figured out if the modeling and effects are the same as in the SPider V combos, or if they've added any extra functionality?

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It sounds like the modeling and effects are the same as the combos. The only difference is that the 4x12 is a regular cabinet, and the tweeter is in the head with the 2 stereo speakers. Pretty ingenious...

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Any one figured out if the modeling and effects are the same as in the SPider V combos, or if they've added any extra functionality?

Exact same modeling and effects are found in all Spider V's; combos and now the head version.

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