Line 6 Spider Valve MKII 112 Combo Amp

SubscribeTTKsYTChannel

News provided by gear-vault.com for thetoneking.com.

The result of a groundbreaking collaborative effort between living-legend amp designer Reinhold Bogner and renowned amp-modeling upstarts Line 6, Spider Valve MkII 112 40-watt combo amplifier offers the best of both worlds: brawny, boutique-style tube amp tone and the latest, most advanced Line 6 amp modeling with complete flexibility and deep editing.

WIN this amp along with the FBV Shortboard MkII Controller.  Watch The Tone King’s Give-Away Video for the details by clicking HERE

Acclaimed Line 6 Spider MKII amp tones
The Line 6 Spider Valve 112 amp has the tools and tones you need to build your sound from the ground up. It features 16 of the most advanced Line 6 amp models, which were inspired by the most revered American, British and European heads and combos. Each one was custom-tuned for Spider Valve MkII amps.

Musician's Friend

Get in front of sparkling clean tones inspired by a Hiwatt Custom 100, syrupy smooth drive tones inspired by a mix of a ’65 Marshall JTM-45, a ’58 Fender Bassman and a ’63 Fender Vibroverb, British pop/rock tones inspired by a Vox AC-30 Top Boost, high-gain onslaughts inspired by a Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier and a Diezel Herbert, Class A crunch inspired by a Divided by 13 9/15, classic Class A breakup inspired by an Orange AD-30, and more! Store every gig’s tones with the Line 6 Spider Valve’s 128 user-programmable presets.

Need to shape your tone? Tweak the Line 6 Spider Valve amplifier’s Bass, Mid and Treble knobs just like you would on the original vintage amps. When you choose an amp model, the EQ section behaves just like the EQ section of the modeled amplifier. Line 6 Spider Valve 112 MkII guitar amp gives you a complete, organic and fully authentic representation of its 16 vintage and modern amplifiers.

An instant sound collection of essential FX- guitar amplifier
The result of a groundbreaking collaborative effort between living-legend amp designer Reinhold Bogner and renowned amp-modeling upstarts Line 6, Spider Valve MkII 112 40-watt combo amplifier offers the best of both worlds: brawny, boutique-style tube amp tone and the latest, most advanced Line 6 amp modeling with complete flexibility and deep editing.

Acclaimed Line 6 Spider MKII amp tones
The Line 6 Spider Valve 112 amp has the tools and tones you need to build your sound from the ground up. It features 16 of the most advanced Line 6 amp models, which were inspired by the most revered American, British and European heads and combos. Each one was custom-tuned for Spider Valve MkII amps.

Get in front of sparkling clean tones inspired by a Hiwatt Custom 100, syrupy smooth drive tones inspired by a mix of a ’65 Marshall JTM-45, a ’58 Fender Bassman and a ’63 Fender Vibroverb, British pop/rock tones inspired by a Vox AC-30 Top Boost, high-gain onslaughts inspired by a Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier and a Diezel Herbert, Class A crunch inspired by a Divided by 13 9/15, classic Class A breakup inspired by an Orange AD-30, and more! Store every gig’s tones with the Line 6 Spider Valve’s 128 user-programmable presets.

Musician's Friend

Need to shape your tone? Tweak the Line 6 Spider Valve amplifier’s Bass, Mid and Treble knobs just like you would on the original vintage amps. When you choose an amp model, the EQ section behaves just like the EQ section of the modeled amplifier. Line 6 Spider Valve 112 MkII guitar amp gives you a complete, organic and fully authentic representation of its 16 vintage and modern amplifiers.

An instant sound collection of essential FX- guitar amplifier
Start smart and dive deep with the unprecedented control of Line 6 Smart FX. It features 20 brilliant effects, delivering unprecedented color, adjustability and routing options. You can tweak up to 6 parameters of any effect—including the intelligent Smart Harmony and Pitch Glide, and easy-to-use 14-second Quick Loop—and route it pre or post for an extraordinary collection of tone-shaping tools. Plus, you get every guitarist’s required palette of colors including beautiful Delays, tangy Mods, lush Reverbs and more. Up to 4 effects can be used simultaneously.

[CHECK FOR PRICE]

The Roadie Rag - An EZer way to clean your instruments!

Fully editable, deeply sophisticated Line 6 technology
Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112 is poised to become the workhorse amp for all kinds of pro players. Its seamless integration into MIDI rigs allows for quick changes to all front-panel controls, easy synching of your time-based effects (to themselves and to your drummer’s click-track) as well as other time- and energy-saving features. Plus, two output modes deliver easy and effective solutions for direct-recording and gigging. Performance Mode lets you send a signal, which provides tube and modeling interaction, via the XLR out to the front-of-house engineer. Studio Mode bypasses the tubes to send the platinum-album Line 6 modeling only.

Brawny tube tone from this Line 6 Spider Valve MKII

Labor Day Sale at MusiciansFriend.com! Exp. 9/7

Many so-called tube amps employ low-voltage “marketing” tubes to add authenticity to their “tube amp” claim. The Line 6 Spider Valve MkII 112 guitar amp boasts bona fide Bogner-designed preamp and power amp sections that run at lethal voltages (about 300 volts and 450 volts, respectively) to produce exceptional depth, tonal coloration and richness.

The signal from the Line 6 front-end flows into the pair of 12AX7 preamp tubes to produce creamy, cascading distortions and enriched tube harmonics. The perfectly matched pair of 6L6 power tubes then drives the Celestion Vintage 30 speaker to provide unprecedented sonic impact.

Exceptional feel from this Line 6 Spider Valve MKII
After being poured from the 12-inch Celestion Vintage 30 speaker, your tone soaks up the spanky thump of the tuned three-quarter closed-back cabinet. The result is a guitar speaker with tight low-end punch for a truly exceptional feel.

[CHECK FOR PRICE]

Handsfree control and more from Line 6’s FBV Foot Controller
Line 6 FBV foot controllers deliver out-of-the-box volume/wah, pitch control, preset control and more. FBV Shortboard MkII pairs perfectly with Line 6 Spider Valve 112 to offer complete, handsfree control of the on-board Line 6 Spider Valve MkII effects including Quick Loop, Smart Harmony and more. The guitar amplifier’s bright and backlit oversized LCD makes it easy to see preset names and the chromatic tuner.
Source: Musician’s Friend

Line 6 Spider Valve 112 MKII 40W 1×12 Guitar Combo Amp Features:

  • 16 of the most advanced Line 6 amp models inspired by beloved American, British and European combos and heads
  • Mid-range tones that live on the very edge of breakup, sparkling cleans, high-gain distortions and more
  • EQ section inspired by the EQ controls of the original modeled amplifiers
  • 128 user-programmable presets
  • 20 Smart FX including Smart Harmony, Pitch Glide, Quick Loop & more
  • Tweak up to 6 parameters of any effect and route it pre or post
  • Up to 4 effects at once
  • Seamless MIDI integration
  • Performance Mode provides a direct signal that captures interaction between tubes and modeling
  • Bass, Mid and Treble knob response inspired by the EQ controls of each modeled amp; Drive knob; Presence knob; Channel volume; Master volume
  • Studio Mode provides a direct signal that captures the modeling only
  • Line 6 tonal flexibility, deep editing and world-class modeling
  • Bogner-designed preamp and power amp sections
  • Pair of 12AX7 preamp tubes; matched pair of 6L6 power tubes
  • 12-inch Celestion Vintage 30 speaker
  • Tuned three-quarter closed-back cabinet
  • Tight low-end punch and exceptional feel
  • Out-of-the-box connectivity
  • Control Spider Valve MkII effects including Quick Loop, Smart Harmony and more
  • Oversized LCD is easy to read
  • 1/4″ guitar input; XLR out; RJ-45 FBV foot controller input; MIDI in/out; 1/4″ pre amp input; 1/4″ power amp output; XLR output; 1/4″ speaker outputs

Tiny URL for this post:
 

Related posts:

SubscribeTTKsYTChannel

Filed Under: AmpsReviews

Tags:

About the Author: Owner of Gear-Monkey.com message forum and Gear-Vault.com guitar webzine.

RSSComments (4)

Leave a Reply | Trackback URL

  1. bed liner says:

    This is a extremely wonderful article. Seems like you’ve been posting for a while, if not, keep it up because this is great stuff. I like it so much, I linked to it at bed liner , check it out someday!

  2. […] SOFTWARE LAND SOFTWARE LAM RESEARCH This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. ← Kirsten […]

  3. Josh Guthrie says:

    Old School/New School;
    Ok, here’s probably a “typical” one, but here goes…

    I’ve been playing for quite a while, but have mostly been involved in the studio and recording side of things for the past few years. I started playing with a local band again a while back (as the bassist) and was switched over to guitar after their guitarist suddenly left. I QUICKLY had to find a guitar amp “worthy” of practice AND gigs. BUT,..(there’s always a “but” right?) I had to find one that I could AFFORD. And like everyone else these days, money was not something I had a lot OF. So, I went down to the local G.C. and played on (literally) every single amp they had in the store. New, used, shiny, beat up, I didn’t care, as long as it SOUNDED good. I LOVED a (shall remain nameless) tube amplifier they had. The problem was one-it weighed about as much as a VOLKSWAGON and two-I would have to get several pedals on top of buying the amp to get the sounds needed to do our set-list. I was then re-directed over to the Line 6 area. I plugged back into the Spider IV 150, found a few presets, and made my decision right there. It had the power, the portability, and effects AND the affordability I needed. And that’s what I’ve been playing on with the band ever since.

    Now, here’s my take on old vs. new; since I was actually more USED to playing on valve amplifiers, I new how they reacted. Not only to their own inner workings and different speakers, but how they reacted to different guitars, different ways of playing and different acoustics. The Spider was pretty much my first real experience with a solid-state amplifier. What I found to stand out most to me, was that I couldn’t “manipulate” the feedback of an over-driven channel as I could on a valve amp. I seemed to lose sustain more quickly as well, over-driven or not. It also had a very “moody” volume threshold in any given room. A hair too little and you couldn’t hear it, a hair to much and it was cutting heads off. It didn’t really react to my playing styles either, or roll-backs with my volume knobs on my guitar. The built-in effects are GREAT, don’t get me wrong. Line 6 saved me probably HUNDREDS of dollars in pedals and what-not. It’s also equally nice to have a choice of amps, gain-stages, etc. The lighter weight is a God-send as well (I’m ain’t gettin any younger). I don’t know, it just seemed to lack that,……….character, or”flavor” a valve amplifier has. No matter if it’s a plexi, a high-gain, a tweed, a “boutique”, what ever. I think it’s absolutely AWESOME that Line 6 has married the two technologies together.

    Now a person can have the character, the warmth and the singing “voice” of a valve amplifier, but have the convenience of changing amp-types, have built-in effects, multiple parameters on pretty much everything that’s there in front of them, AND have the ability to edit any one of those functions via a computer (talk about WOW – yeah I’m still trying to wrap my brain around THAT). Now the hard part, trying to save up the eight or nine hundred dollars I’ll need to GET one. So there ya have it Tone-Magestys :), that’s my old school/new school story. Hope ya liked it.

    (Sorry, really didn’t mean for it to be so long)

  4. Bob Whitham says:

    I like to stay up with the latest technology. Line 6 represents the latest modeling tech. Bogner reps the latest tube tech. Combined they are the cutting edge. Since they are both reputable companies and The Tone King has the head and it sounds Great, and has his recommendation, I would really, really, really, enjoy and get a lot of use in both my home studio and gigging. I would be willing to rep both the amp and TTK when, where, as needed too. Have a Great Day.

Leave a Reply

Current ye@r *

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

%d bloggers like this: