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Roland Cube-20X
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Roland Cube-20X

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Roland belonging to the Cube series.

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complyordie complyordie
Publié le 01/08/10 à 07:06
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What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?

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TRANSISTOR

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What is the power delivered?

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CHOICE: 20W OR 2W

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What connection?

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What are the settings, effects? ...

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UTILIZATION

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The setup is simple?

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Simple configuration:
- Clean channel volume + +-saturated channel selector (acoustic / od / distortion / metal / tube) + volume

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Do you get a good sound easy?

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Considering the simplicity of the settings, it is unnecessary to resort to manual
The effects are also accessible quality

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The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

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The manual is unnecessary given the simplicity of the machine

SOUNDS

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Will it fit your style of music?

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I play more blues / rock.
For blues, clean sounds are a treat: round, wide ... clear? For rock, I always had trouble playing with distorted sounds, I find them too little present, too saturated, may be do I not spent enough time on it ... Even if the distal "metal" can be the right note for solo Comfortably Numb ...
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With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?

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Custom77 a locket love (deluxe copy of TC)

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What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?

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The sounds are crystal clear and limpid, so much so that it is quite hard to obtain a good jug (I have not tried to push the volume to 11). The sounds are fat, in my opinion, very good for metal (good fat). I did not really like the distortion and overdrive sounds ...

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What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?

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No sound or rotten detestable. Saturations are quite hard to master if you do not want to go to extremes. Maybe it is better to avoid using saturations as models, and use the petals for distos or od ...

Compared to the micro-cube, we have a much deeper sound and solid.

OVERALL OPINION

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For how long have you been using it?

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I use it for some months, but I'm moving to bigger ... regretting the clean sounds.

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What thing do you like most/least about it?

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Same ... clean sounds are a delight, her round, natural, clean, without a shadow of a parasite
For cons, the function squeeze (2w) is a merdouille ... AC sputters a sound like almost anything. To play 2H du mat ', the headphone jack is what's most convenient.

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Did you try many other models before getting this one?

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I had a micro cube, I turn now to a Valvetronix avt60.

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What is your opinion about the value for the price?

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For the price, it is a device very functional, practical. Really well built and finished.
It is versatile enough to suffice for a lot of guitarists.

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Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

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Certainly
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