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Summer NAMM 2018: The New Line 6 Spider V 20 Guitar Amp - Practice Makes Perfect
Line 6's new Spider V 20 guitar amp is a 20-watt combo, designed as the perfect amp for practising players
The Line 6 Spider V 20 amp is designed to sound great "right out of the box". Expanding the Spider range, this 20-watt combo is perfect for practising guitarists who want a complete collection of tones and effects from the one device.
The Spider V is loaded with 16 tonally-diverse presets to cover any style of music imaginable and get a great sound straight off the bat. Should you wish to personalise your tone, the easy-to-use controls make tone-sculpting a breeze.
The Spider V 20 also allows you to use three simultaneous effects, letting you dial in a wide range of sounds whether you're riffing hard or laying down some tasteful solo licks. An independent reverb control means that, no matter what effects you've dialled in, you can always access a lush ambience to drench your tone in.
Tap delay gives the Line 6 Spider V 20 fine-control over the delay repeat timings, as well as full control over the modulation effect rate.
A handy built-in tuner is perfect for practising players, while the USB connectivity lets you connect to MAC/PC, or iOS/Android device where you can edit your tones via the free Spider V Remote app. The amp also comes complete with Steinberg Cubase LE software, so you can record your performance and get song-writing at home.
The Spider V 20's compact 8'' speaker makes this combo a portable proposition for use around the house and for taking to band rehearsals, while the headphone-out is ideal for silent practice long into the night.
With over 200 amp, cab and effects sounds, you'll never fall short of inspiration with the Spider V 20, and with the included Steinberg software and compatible Spider V Remote app, you'll be able to get making music at home straight out of the box.
Find out more about the Line 6 Spider V 20 Combo at Gear4music
By Matt Wilkinson
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