Line 6 Spider IV 15 Watt Amp, yes, it’s LOUD!

Lately 15 watt amps become so popular and I guess I know why. These days PA and miking systems are in their great performances so it’s an easy way to get low volume sound sources louder with precise details. At this time we can get our 15 watt amp inside our room on big stages and with today’s technology, we can make the best of it. Own the 15 watt Amp is wise choice.


What I have for this post is Line 6 Spider IV 15 Watt Amp and I’m pretty sure this amp is a bit famous. It says “Line 6 Spider IV 15 Watt Amp 15 is the #1-selling amp in the USA…” – Well, not that fast actually,but indeed this stuff has some value. It is solid-state amp and it covers lots of famous amps such as ’65 Marshall® JTM-45, a ’58 Fender® Bassman®, a ’63 Fender® Vibroverb and a Supro® to stuff like Mesa/Boogie® Dual Rectifier® tones. This amp is competitive one on its class.Line6 Spider IV 15 watt amp (4)

there’s nothing much at the rear panel except power plug, Line6 moved them to front as you can see on pic, to make things easier to operate.

Line6 Spider IV 15 watt amp (1)

It’s half open back so i took a pic of the speaker. It’s Line6 custom built speaker for this amp. It sounds good for me.

Line6 Spider IV 15 watt amp speaker

Surely I made the shootout video and i will put it right away after my preparation, but, overall Line 6 Spider IV 15 Watt Amp is affordable and it sounds good, too. It has more options for my sound choices as a solid state combo amp should do and it’s loud enough for my room. never crank the volume knob all the way up though… volume at 9 o’clock would be enough for practicing and jamming along your favorite songs put in via CD/MP3 jack hole.

yes. it is loud enough

1×12 Cabinet with Celestion G12EVH speaker

It’s been a while since my last post, and now I present you my huge 1×12 Cabinet with Celestion G12EVH speaker. Technically I didn’t build this cabinet from scratch. It was a cabinet for old days radio and I installed a speaker in it. It was quite difficult decision since Eminence and WGS (and other celestion products such like vintage30 and greenbacks) were available at local stores here, too. But, EVH’s label was such a thing that tickles. So i chose this Celestion G12EVH speaker:

celestion G12EVH 16ohms 20w

I used cable lugs for connectors to make easier things. I’m very satisfied with this speaker, but who knows, someday I would change my mind about it. I didn’t write much about the speaker, you should go to Celestion G12EVH page for details, but definitely i made a shootout about this on youtube.

celestion G12EVH 16ohms 20wattscable lugs as speaker connector

It’s a 16 ohm 20watts speaker for my Orange Jim Root Terror amp, so my pre-thought was this could be awesome and IT IS. it sounds just great on my huge cabinet. It is built with strong woods, mahogany i guessed, and it’s been here in my place for decades waiting for resurrection. The cabinet size enhances the Low end while still I got the Mid and Treble sound definitions. It is almost like half-stacks but much cooler sounds and looks. see what i mean? 😀

1x12 cabinet celestionEVH

yes, i didn’t replace the cloth but i’m pretty sure that you noticed I added a Fender Logo on it. for me it’s just cute.

Fender Logo on 1x12 Cabinet

I can’t say much more, but actually I really want to find the old radio and convert it into an amp, but i just couldn’t find it anywhere. this is the best i can do by my self so far and I’m satisfied by it.