Oct 29, 2010 Line 6 Tips & Tricks
Posted by Line6DP
Line 6 Expert Rowbi has been a Line6.com Community member since November 25, 2006, has posted over 4,000 times and has earned over 3,000 points. He’s treating us to a series of blog posts and videos centered on one area of his expertise: Spider Valve™ MkII guitar amplifiers. For more helpful gear tutorials, visit Rowbi’s website.
For these blogs I have been using the computer editor Spider Valve MkII Edit, which is compatible with both PC and Mac®. You can download it for free here and, using MIDI or an FBV™ MkII Express or Shortboard foot controller, you can connect your Spider Valve MkII to your computer.
This third blog will focus on dialing in clean tones, based on those of a Fender® 65 Twin Reverb® and a ’59 Bassman®. I will be using just one amp model from Spider Valve MkII:
Twang Amber: Inspired by* the sound of a 60s Fender® Blackface Twin Reverb® to produce a classic Nashville spank.
So check out the video, get the tones here and here, and leave me some of your comments below. Also check out the rest of www.line6.com for more info on the Spider Valve MkII amps, and check out my own website http://www.rowbinet.co.uk
*All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6’s sound model development.
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