Line 6 Spider IV 75 Owner's Manual | Page 8
Hold Tap For Tuner
– To enter Tuner mode, hold the Tap button for a few seconds.
The Tuner will appear in the LCD Display, along with each note you’re tuning. It will
indicate whether you’re sharp or flat via the graphic lines to the right or left, respectively.
When you’re in tune, the graphic ** symbols will be lined up in the center of the LCD.
Reverb – When you adjust the Reverb knob, a bar graph will display the Reverb
Mix level for a few seconds in the LCD, along with the current Reverb Model name,
either Lux Spring or Vintage Plate. To toggle between the two Reverb Models, turn the
Presets knob left or right while the bar graph is displayed.
Master Volume – Sets the Master output level of your Spider IV. This knob
also controls the level of your Heaphones and Stereo Line Outputs.
Quick Loop – Pressing this button puts you in Looper Control Mode. When
it’s lit, the Tap button becomes your one-button control for Recording, Overdubbing, loop
Playback and Stop. *See Chapter 5 for in-depth info on recording and playing loops.
4-way Navigation Disc – Press the Up, Down, Left, or Right arrows to
select a parameter that you’d like to change. The arrows are displayed in the LCD for each
function. *For in-depth info on the many Amp Model and FX parameters you can access
with this control, see Chapter 3 Editing.
Presets/Press To Edit – When in Preset Select Mode, turn this knob to
select a User Preset from the current Bank, or scroll thru the numerous Artist and Song
presets. Push in the Presets knob to enter Edit Mode. This enables you to set various
parameters for all your FX, as well as select settings in Setup Mode and perform other
functions. *See Chapter 3 Editing for more info.
LCD Display – The LCD (liquid crystal display) is your window into the power
of Spider IV. Here you’ll see various “pages” as you adjust the various controls, including
Momentary Tone Display, Momentary FX Display, and numerous other Parameter menus
as you fine-tune your guitar sounds. The LCD is designed to give you instant feedback on
any parameter you’re currently adjusting.
Power – Flick this switch to power up your Spider IV. It’s best to have your
Master Volume turned down when you power up, then adjust your level as desired.
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