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Line 6 Spider iii 15 watt- CLEAN CHANNEL TO LOW!

Ok, when i want to switch to the cleen channel, the sound is to low, my normal volume is on 1 because if i turn it up to much the insane chanell will be to high. the volume is always on 1 wen im on the insande drive, but when i switc to the clenn channel it to low

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  • RedMitsu May 11, 2010

    What is the gain set at when you change it to "Insane" If the gain is too high then your distorted channel will always be much louder.

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Insain is distorted but cleen is not

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My clean sound is very dirty. it sounds like the crunch channel is on and turned down.


I'm not sure which amp you're playing thru. but generally the settings you want for a clean sound. check your drive (or Gain ) knob. You want it about half way.and your Channel volume, half way. those are good starts. then let your master volume do the rest. Also, make sure, if you have active pick-ups on your guitar. check the batteries. if they're low, it can cause distortion. if this doesn't resolve, then its internal. could be anything at that point.

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Whenever I slightly adjust the "Channel Volume"


You've got a loose wire! What's happening is that there's a bad potentiometer (the electrical component behind the knob) that's out of place and is only connecting fully at one point in the knobs circuit (the part where you get full volume) take it in to an amp tech at your local music store and they'll fix it up easily.

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My Line 6 Spider II 210 won't make any sound from the guitar. When the amp powers on, the speakers pop a little so I know they are connected right. All of the lights are on and the channels can switch...


Bad soldering, especially around the jacks and plugs. Crack in the circuit board. Bad switch contacts on the headphone jack... all these are first things to check.
Here is your service manual for the unit:

http://elektrotanya.com/line6_spider_15w_ii3012_1508_sm.pdf/download.html

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When playing on the metal channel the guitar will go clean then back to distortion then clean. When it goes clean the volume drops way down. Any suggestions?


Tha might be a cold solder joint, if you can access the Printed Circuit Board, try hitting it with the handle of a screwdriver in various zones. If you notice the problem comes and goes while doing this, then your'e close to the zone where resoldering is needed.

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On clean channel when 'channel volume' is adjusted, the sound cuts out, goes completely dead. I have to switch to another channel and back again or switch off and back on. The amp seems to get confused!


When it is working, wiggle the channel volume control WITHOUT rotating. If the sound cuts out, likely the soldering of the pot leads is broken where it attaches to the board. Try resoldering the connections.

SOMETIMES the control is damaged in which case it must be replaced.

Aug 30, 2010 | Line 6 Spider Iii 15 Modeling Guitar...

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When I'm playing on my amp there is a strange noice coming out of my amp. At first I thought it was my guitar, but it is really my amp... does anyone know how to solve?


"A strange noise" does NOT give us much to go on...

Please note that relatively low volume digitizing noise often exists from teh digital effects processors... it should be well below the normal playing volume.

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When I play my Line 6 Spider III Amp (Stack), the volume and gain output is very weak even though the settings are maxed, and the tone is very strained and sharp. It basically lost all of it's kick.


Poor contacts at jacks can cause this... it results in the contacts acting like a small capacitor passing only the high frequencies at very low level.

Power amp inout jacks are notorious with switch contacts that pass the preamp signal to the power amp if the power amp input isn't used.

There are many other possibilities and only hands on troubleshooting will determine the cause.

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High pitched squeal when the input jack is used.


Sounds like your master volume is turned up too much. The channel volume will make the squealing go away(caused by high gain and humbuckers). The best thing to do is dial in your favorite presets and change the channel volume to the correct level with the master volume where you usually keep it. I use my Spider Valve at master volume at about noon and the channel volume between nine o'clock and noon. Let me know if this does not solve the problem......

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Line 6 spider III 15 watt sound problems


Hi there. Sounds like the power amp IC is shorted. Must replace.
Paul

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