Line 6 Spider Jam 75W 1x12 Combo
The Line Spider Jam is a complete Guitar Entertainment System, at 75 Watts and with real backing tracks, effects models and amp simulations, this is an innovative, multi-purpose guitar/vocal combo.
The Line 6 Spider Jam is the ideal tool for any level of artist who wants to perfect their jammin' skills. Loaded with over 100 endless jams using real audio tracks from real-life LA session players, the Spider Jam gives you the experience of playing alongside a pro band, not just cheesy midi files. Whilst it's based around the JM-4 Looping pedal, it's a different beast to the loopers you might be accustomed to and is more practically designed around giving you a versatile practice tool to develop your playing chops over.
A built-in multi-track Looping Recorder stores up to 14 minutes of sound, and the Mic/aux inputs adds the extra bonus of throwing keyboards, bass or vocals into the mix. Spider Jam, like other amps in the Spider III family, features hundreds of rock star-approved presets, 12 distinct amp models, Smart Control effects, along with a built-in tuner.
Packed with Insane rock star sounds, the Line 6 Spider Jam is the perfect combination of practice tool and small gigging amp.
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- Innovative, multi-purpose guitar/vocal combo with real audio backing tracks
- An ideal practice tool
- 250 artist-created tones
- 100 Endless Jams with a pro rhythm section
- Looping recorder stores up 14 minutes of music
- 12 distinct amp and cabinet models
- 7 Smart Control FX models including: Tape Echo, Multi-Tap, Sweep Echo, Flanger/Chorus, Phaser, Tremolo and Reverb
- 36 Programmable presets
- 75-watt power section
- 12 inch Custom Celestion speaker and a 2 inch tweeter
- On-board tuner
- CD/MP3 Input jack
- Stereo 1/4 inch jack outputs and a headphone jack
Awesome amp. Plays good sound quality
A fantastic amp for jamming and playing around on, with loads of great FX. Some of the preset tones could be more true to the original songs that they are supposed to be based on (Comfortably Numb Solo for example), and there could be a bit more variation throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s preset lists.