Okay, first about your amp:
It doesn't have user saveable patches. These are not available on the Spider III 15 and 30W combo and the 75W head.
The 4 channels are all you pretty much get, each with different amounts of gain(distortion). It's a decent beginners amp and you can get some nice sounds out of it.
Your guitar should not be heavy. You hear about les pauls being heavy because they are usually made of dense wood like mahogany. Your guitar is basswood which is among the lightest woods.
the floyd is decent, and I sugegst you learn how to tune it yourself if you don't know it already.
I'd change the pickups once you develop a ear for tone.
Otherwise it's a nice guitar and a decent amp. have fun!
oh and word of advice, not that the guitars bad, but dont buy guitars based on the name of the endorsee or the way it looks.
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