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Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Roland belonging to the Cube series

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  • undeadundead

    Roland Cube-30Published on 03/10/05 at 11:53
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    - Roland Cube 30 amp ----> modlisation (effects) 30w power (but spits more ...)
    - From guitar, two footswitch, one for the channel and the other for the effects between auxiliary ... (I thought a possibility of playing two guitars I have never tried it ..) and a Selection of distortion knob .. (7 I think)
    - 3 equalizer (classic, very effective.), Two channel (clear and distortion), a knob for the reverb and delay and one for chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo ....

    I hope not to be forgotten ....

    UTILIZATION

    Simple .... works like a conventional amp ....
    However, the settings (acute and severe mid) are sensitive enough, do not hesitate to seek the sound that we should ..…
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    - Roland Cube 30 amp ----> modlisation (effects) 30w power (but spits more ...)
    - From guitar, two footswitch, one for the channel and the other for the effects between auxiliary ... (I thought a possibility of playing two guitars I have never tried it ..) and a Selection of distortion knob .. (7 I think)
    - 3 equalizer (classic, very effective.), Two channel (clear and distortion), a knob for the reverb and delay and one for chorus / flanger / phaser / tremolo ....

    I hope not to be forgotten ....

    UTILIZATION

    Simple .... works like a conventional amp ....
    However, the settings (acute and severe mid) are sensitive enough, do not hesitate to seek the sound that we should ......
    not need to read the manual (I think it is quite simple) anyway just a demonstration store and you'll get the gist ...

    SOUNDS

    - I'd be a whole style of music ...
    - I play with an Epiphone ES335 (so its very blues) - and a vox wah-wah
    - Very nice clear sound for blues, jazz rock show
    - At the level of distortion is obtained from any (small distortion "sound" has a fairly heavy metal)

    As I have already prcis the equalizer is sensitive enough so it varies quite ...

    - The effects are nice, especially for START .. (tremolo and phaser above)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had little time even when (1 to 2 years)

    honestly I would do is choice, very good amp ...
    I tried a few models in the same price range, I prfr well ... it's the sound I need but there is all the same versatile ...

    quality price ratio ... thank you very much Roland ..
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  • Eches59Eches59

    Roland Cube-30Published on 04/13/05 at 13:16
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    Guitar amp 30 watts, 10 inches.
    Next to him, Marshall seemed really bland, cold! Well, obviously the price of the "cube" was also more spicy than the marshall (I paid 311 euros) but worth it. The main strength of this amp is certainly the number of effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo + Reverb and Dealy. There is also a nice number of sounds: Clean, Acoustic, Black Panel (immitation of the type of fenders), Brit Combo (the sound that revolutionized rock from the 60/70 's), Tweed (sound of blues), Classic (its classic metal), metal and R-Fier (ultimate grunge sound my brothers). All these sounds and effects sound good. Of course, you can also adjust the bass, treble and middle. There …
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    Guitar amp 30 watts, 10 inches.
    Next to him, Marshall seemed really bland, cold! Well, obviously the price of the "cube" was also more spicy than the marshall (I paid 311 euros) but worth it. The main strength of this amp is certainly the number of effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo + Reverb and Dealy. There is also a nice number of sounds: Clean, Acoustic, Black Panel (immitation of the type of fenders), Brit Combo (the sound that revolutionized rock from the 60/70 's), Tweed (sound of blues), Classic (its classic metal), metal and R-Fier (ultimate grunge sound my brothers). All these sounds and effects sound good. Of course, you can also adjust the bass, treble and middle. There is also a headphone input and auxiliary input that makes it possible to connect your walkman or your string to accompany the song you want. However, the sound is in mono and some sounds do not go if your player or your stereo is set to stereo.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is what is most basic, I still have a little chopper galleys for the sound I wanted at first but it must be because it was my first amp. However, I have not used the manual (in English) to get out ...

    SOUNDS

    The cube should certainly all styles, at least it is very good for mine (since I am rather in the independent movement to PJ Harvey, Nirvana's grunge to the fusion genre and Red Hot). I play with a strat warriors, so that the amp cost me double the scratches ... I like to switch between two sounds. For example I start to play clean and then I put myself in his greasy grunge I configure with the gain (which is set in the same way that the volume of course). I really like the black panel, the chorus and reverb, and R-Fier.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since December 2004, I like its versatility, many sound and impressive (not fat) but I do not see any negatives except that the side "everything is ready-recorded" bothers me a little ... It is still a bit expensive (311 euros). I did not complain and I do not know if I exchange it, except perhaps against a marshall with a lot of pedals?
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  • CatharsisCatharsis

    Roland Cube-30Published on 05/13/05 at 02:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See below ...

    UTILIZATION

    Setup could not be more simple.

    However we must look before we really find the sound you want (attention to the grave).

    Manuel succinct and clear, and given the simplicity of the beast not essential.

    SOUNDS

    Like I said you really have to dwell on the knobs to find "the" sound.

    In the clear (or distortion "Acoustic") is clear, ideal for jazz, blues, funk and other (this is my little fun on the harmonic minor scale solos and a Spanish ... happy with the reverb).

    For saturations I built a little more reticent. It starts easily in the rough full of serious or too aggressive in the treble but again all is well determined.
    Special ment…
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    UTILIZATION

    Setup could not be more simple.

    However we must look before we really find the sound you want (attention to the grave).

    Manuel succinct and clear, and given the simplicity of the beast not essential.

    SOUNDS

    Like I said you really have to dwell on the knobs to find "the" sound.

    In the clear (or distortion "Acoustic") is clear, ideal for jazz, blues, funk and other (this is my little fun on the harmonic minor scale solos and a Spanish ... happy with the reverb).

    For saturations I built a little more reticent. It starts easily in the rough full of serious or too aggressive in the treble but again all is well determined.
    Special mention for the simulation of a Fender amp that comes very close to his stratos / Telecaster.
    The Brit combo is also very interesting if you like vintage sounds.

    Regarding effects on the tappe very good.
    Chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, and especially, it's almost the level of independent effects pedals.
    Against the delay is disappointing.
    But the top is the reverb. A depth worthy of a cathedral. Really impressive for the integrated. Be careful though not to push too serious (especially acoustic) because the animal quickly saturates but we get dosed just a bass sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased in February € 250 new.

    The advantage of the Cube-30 is its power / size / quality / price. A little corny sweet or nervous as appropriate, easy to carry and packed with effects quite successful overall.

    Well obviously it's not an amp stage, but perfect for home or work and even in rehearsal. "
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  • lucBlucB

    Roland Cube-30Published on 05/08/05 at 09:25
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    Cube 30
    30W
    Trs good clear sound, with a little chorus, the sound of legendary Jazz Chorus
    And a 2nd channel (Lead) for another of its rev range interresting.
    With the added effects such as Chorus, Flanger, Phase, Delay and Reverb Trmolo +.
    You can spend the clean channel in the Lead channel with a manual switch, or foot pedals but is
    buy from

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is succinct but sufficient, the tuilisation trs simple.

    SOUNDS

    Its clear perfect lens with a little chorus effect.
    Cot and the lead channel of the formulation of a sound to the big sound (amp simulations as Fender Twin Reverb, Vox AC-30TB, Fender Bassman Tweed Combo, JMP1987 Marshall, Peavey E…
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    Cube 30
    30W
    Trs good clear sound, with a little chorus, the sound of legendary Jazz Chorus
    And a 2nd channel (Lead) for another of its rev range interresting.
    With the added effects such as Chorus, Flanger, Phase, Delay and Reverb Trmolo +.
    You can spend the clean channel in the Lead channel with a manual switch, or foot pedals but is
    buy from

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is succinct but sufficient, the tuilisation trs simple.

    SOUNDS

    Its clear perfect lens with a little chorus effect.
    Cot and the lead channel of the formulation of a sound to the big sound (amp simulations as Fender Twin Reverb, Vox AC-30TB, Fender Bassman Tweed Combo, JMP1987 Marshall, Peavey EVH-5150, Mesa Boogie correct).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchase Price = 249 euros
    I bought a Jazz Chorus complment 77 (40 watts, 2 bowls weight 20kgs ...) for a small portable amp RPET with its clean as a few brands know how to provide .
    The Cube 30 is easy to transport because trs compact and lightweight enough (Sun 385Lx240Px380H, Weight 9 kg). The only small BMOL this level is that the grip is not in the middle (at least not to the point of balance), so that the amp looks a lg rately a cot when the door.
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  • missbassmissbass

    Roland Cube-30Published on 01/28/07 at 08:09
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    A transistor amp with a power output high enough.

    Roland cube 30 on include:
    With a middle-Equilizer, bass and treble.
    -Effects: tremolo, phaser, flanger and chorus.
    -Delay and reverb
    A clean-JC
    -Modeling: acoustic, black panel, brit combo, tweed, classic, metal and r-proud (from least to most saturated) with volume gain +.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler. Just think of the one to find it! (I exaggerate but it's really easy / fast to find the sound)

    A small problem that is not one, the manual is in English only. But honestly, I did not even open on my purchase.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is very versatile (although it would be more used to the c…
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    A transistor amp with a power output high enough.

    Roland cube 30 on include:
    With a middle-Equilizer, bass and treble.
    -Effects: tremolo, phaser, flanger and chorus.
    -Delay and reverb
    A clean-JC
    -Modeling: acoustic, black panel, brit combo, tweed, classic, metal and r-proud (from least to most saturated) with volume gain +.

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler. Just think of the one to find it! (I exaggerate but it's really easy / fast to find the sound)

    A small problem that is not one, the manual is in English only. But honestly, I did not even open on my purchase.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is very versatile (although it would be more used to the clean and blues).
    I play with a fender and ibanez 7 string, it always reacts as well. The models are very, very well, allow sound pretty clean, blues, rock and metal. The effects are so good. Really, I never use my pod.

    Again a small downside, the volume is not progressive. You can not play so slowly but has a certain level. But this is no problem because the first level is quite low.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for a year. I really like it much for its sound and its simplicity.
    I tried other amps but once you drop by roland cube series, all the other amps seem quite pale and complicated!

    The value for money is excellent. This choice I would do without hesitation and highly recommend it!
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  • Francois Le LapinFrancois Le Lapin

    Roland Cube-30Published on 02/19/07 at 08:55
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    Transistor amplifier 30 w (more than enough to work at home can be a bit limited in RPET, though ...)
    rglages treeble bass mediums
    effects: chorus flanger phaser and tremolo
    reverb and delay
    between a
    A clear channel
    Distortion channel with a modlisations acoustic, black panel, brit combo, tweed, classic, metal, r-proud

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple. not need instructions.
    The variety of sounds is great trs.

    SOUNDS

    I play guitar not that good (ibanez rg 270) even when I came to sound on this amp.

    effects

    there are funny (the word) without being extraordinary which is normal considering the price of the amp. It's always nice to mess with especially wit…
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    Transistor amplifier 30 w (more than enough to work at home can be a bit limited in RPET, though ...)
    rglages treeble bass mediums
    effects: chorus flanger phaser and tremolo
    reverb and delay
    between a
    A clear channel
    Distortion channel with a modlisations acoustic, black panel, brit combo, tweed, classic, metal, r-proud

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple. not need instructions.
    The variety of sounds is great trs.

    SOUNDS

    I play guitar not that good (ibanez rg 270) even when I came to sound on this amp.

    effects

    there are funny (the word) without being extraordinary which is normal considering the price of the amp. It's always nice to mess with especially with the chorus and phaser (I think).

    The modlisation

    they are generally well even if it's not trs shade (it's normal for a small amp transistor)

    is an acoustic MODLIST acoustic guitar. it is not terrible in itself, but if you push back the gain you get grimey trs produce sounds that can have the characters

    black panel is good for blues modlisation

    brit combo, tweed, classic stack, and work well enough for the big rock.

    mtal is not great but the mtal good either.

    r-reliance is a saturation dcoiffe, really aggressive and cooler than metal.

    The sound is clear even with my guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 7 months.
    I love its versatility
    if not what I like least is the fact that it does not capture all the nuances of the game (but hey is not that price DCON l. ..)
    TRS is a good amp for beginners because it gives a fairly good view of all the sounds that have to do with a guitar.
    he has a good qualitprix
    if I had the same budjet I Rasht the same. But I think plutt SAVE to buy an amp lamps.
    This is what I've seen the best of Contents little amp transistor.
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  • bigjakebigjake

    Roland Cube-30Published on 05/18/07 at 07:39
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    Unfortunately we do not just adjust the volume of the CD input

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple.
    the sound is pretty good as long as not rise too high. No adjustments particular, aqulizer does its job. needs no manual.

    is simplicity itself ideal for beginners

    SOUNDS

    The effects are very average (especially distortion that sounds very synthetic). cepandant The amp itself is pretty good. after buying an effects pedal is really quite separate. to play in his room or apartment that's enough. jpeu tell you that if you put more than half of your neighbors Riquent yell.

    Ideal for beginners without releasing too much under the proposed disto…
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    Unfortunately we do not just adjust the volume of the CD input

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple.
    the sound is pretty good as long as not rise too high. No adjustments particular, aqulizer does its job. needs no manual.

    is simplicity itself ideal for beginners

    SOUNDS

    The effects are very average (especially distortion that sounds very synthetic). cepandant The amp itself is pretty good. after buying an effects pedal is really quite separate. to play in his room or apartment that's enough. jpeu tell you that if you put more than half of your neighbors Riquent yell.

    Ideal for beginners without releasing too much under the proposed distortion Assé get tired quickly if you play metal.

    The clean sound is very beautiful, fully neutral, perfect for sticking a separate effects processor.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Two years ago that I use. what I like most is the power delivered to a 30watts. This is my first amp (I played guitar clasique before) I tried a 30 watt marshall before but the sound is much better on the Roland. cons by now I also have a stack (separate amps and speakers) and 100 watts of marshall ca consignment; to ca no question in my room xD
    it's a good very good value / size / price. easily movable.

    with the experience I repeat that choice has provided you do not fill to more than € 100 for the purchase of a marshall or peavey combo 100 watts of 80ou that will allow you to play with a battery. mg100dfx a bandit or 112 (depending on the desired sound).

    I always use it as my marshall is in rehearsal. to work for me. jle sell for anything, it accompanies me everywhere with my grandparents, on holiday etc. it is very small)
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  • John MichaelJohn Michael

    Roland Cube-30Published on 06/14/08 at 03:15
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    Effect transistors and Cosm
    Power 30 Watts
    1 HP 10 "incorporated not spare output Hp
    Instrument between input and Auxiliary In
    Headphone / Recording
    2 switchable channels:
    clean (Volume) and
    Lead (Volume + gain): Acoustic - Black Panel - Brit Comb - Tweed - Stack - Metal - Rectif
    1 Effects: Chorus Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo-
    Two effects: Delay-Reverb
    Middle Bass Treble Equalizer

    UTILIZATION

    The HYPER-config is running!
    The effects are prrgls and limits what is used in more than 90% of cases
    This gives her IMMEDIATE type recherchbr /> I never open the manual as the interface is empty.

    SOUNDS

    a sound is varied convincing gadget never, never fake.
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    Effect transistors and Cosm
    Power 30 Watts
    1 HP 10 "incorporated not spare output Hp
    Instrument between input and Auxiliary In
    Headphone / Recording
    2 switchable channels:
    clean (Volume) and
    Lead (Volume + gain): Acoustic - Black Panel - Brit Comb - Tweed - Stack - Metal - Rectif
    1 Effects: Chorus Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo-
    Two effects: Delay-Reverb
    Middle Bass Treble Equalizer

    UTILIZATION

    The HYPER-config is running!
    The effects are prrgls and limits what is used in more than 90% of cases
    This gives her IMMEDIATE type recherchbr /> I never open the manual as the interface is empty.

    SOUNDS

    a sound is varied convincing gadget never, never fake.
    All styles will delight in this vritable "Swiss knife"
    The sounds of guitars are well respected.
    Obviously, a rest of the transistor, and for the purists, clean sounds are a little too compresssion and banging (but the I quibble, then we must look for the price range)
    The rglage I prfre is the Lead channel, position "Black Panel", winning 9 or 10, Volume demand. The transistors we forget really. It's hot and crunchy trslgrement.
    Only the position "Acoustic" is artificial, with a little breath bearable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for about 3 years (this is the old version 30 Cube without the X) and it's really the basis of my Systm, whether for s'entraner in home studio, or rptition. This tool is so practical and without history, it is forgotten, so much so that I had failed to publish a notice (very favorable) on him.
    Powerful enough room rptition, a few pounds (although tasss) only transport, connections all azimuths (the output recording is excellent with little breath TRS), a rate that puts the concerns of all. What you ask for?
    For information, believing that the size is above forcment better, I tried the Cube 60, with HP's 12 ". Dception! Version 60 Watts is not brilliant (the verve) or the attack of this excellent Cube 30. Let's stay humble and live happy!
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  • narvreknarvrek

    Roland Cube-30Published on 07/22/08 at 21:42
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    30W compact little amp modlisations see below CHARACTERISTICS

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler, and you plug it plays, there is no getting lost in the buttons.
    Given the number of amp modliss, we finally found happiness.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock ind plutt the cold wave and some blues. The advantage of the Cube 30 is that you can just plug it! I have an Electroacoustic RULES on the JC Clean modlisation but also on the Brit Combo: rsultats good! A Cort M 600 (humbucker) with rglage "Brit Combo" trs good, and the Classic Stack (Marshall modlisation) excellent!
    A Stratocaster also gives a good sound trs on these three modlisations.
    I would add that the mo…
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    30W compact little amp modlisations see below CHARACTERISTICS

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration could not be simpler, and you plug it plays, there is no getting lost in the buttons.
    Given the number of amp modliss, we finally found happiness.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock ind plutt the cold wave and some blues. The advantage of the Cube 30 is that you can just plug it! I have an Electroacoustic RULES on the JC Clean modlisation but also on the Brit Combo: rsultats good! A Cort M 600 (humbucker) with rglage "Brit Combo" trs good, and the Classic Stack (Marshall modlisation) excellent!
    A Stratocaster also gives a good sound trs on these three modlisations.
    I would add that the modlisation Mesaboogie "A proud stack" is dcoiffante!
    For points ngatifs with the rglage "Acoustic" and "Black Panel" sound is whatever the guitar bundle.
    I use some effects, but the Reverb is adequate and the chorus or flanger in good quality (that is the Boss!) To play the Cure or Sisters of Mercy. Disadvantages, we can not combine all the effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over 3 years.
    Neither knew anything guitar, I read a lot of magazines that spoke of other amps (Marshall, Crate, Fender, Carlsbro ...) but I knew someone who hung out an old cube 15W 20 years, seemed reliable!
    When buying in store, I compared it to Marshall MG 30 DFX, a Vox and Line 6. It seemed too "artificial", the other good taient especially Marshall, but I have AIM conviviality of the Cube and I immediately found a good sound as clear as in saturated (long live modlisation COSM!)
    I love a good power / weight or power / space because it is compact trs (cube!)
    The modlisations BRIT COMBO, CLASSIC STACK or R FIER STACK are excellent, I stay on the gnralement Canel "lead" and then I RULES gain.
    With exprience, I would do this choice, especially since the price was still down so a good amp rptition for 200 euros (I had nine pay 285 euros), j'espre keep trs long!
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  • stanouchestanouche

    Roland Cube-30Published on 08/22/08 at 16:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    30w amp transistors
    1 instrument input, a footswitch input, 1 x headphone or line out, and an auxiliary input
    settings for two channels: bass middle treble, effects chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo on a button and another for the delay or reverb.
    1 volume for its clear type JC Roland, Gain, Volume 1 for the lead channel.
    simulations: Acoustic, Black Panel, Brit Combo, Tweed, Classic Stack, Metal, R-Fier.
    1 Hp to 10 + Roland switch off power general.

    UTILIZATION

    Use: simple but effective, suitable for rehearsals on the condition that the drummer does not hit like a nag, but especially for use of training or style of music that does not require 100W power.
    Is obtained v…
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    30w amp transistors
    1 instrument input, a footswitch input, 1 x headphone or line out, and an auxiliary input
    settings for two channels: bass middle treble, effects chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo on a button and another for the delay or reverb.
    1 volume for its clear type JC Roland, Gain, Volume 1 for the lead channel.
    simulations: Acoustic, Black Panel, Brit Combo, Tweed, Classic Stack, Metal, R-Fier.
    1 Hp to 10 + Roland switch off power general.

    UTILIZATION

    Use: simple but effective, suitable for rehearsals on the condition that the drummer does not hit like a nag, but especially for use of training or style of music that does not require 100W power.
    Is obtained very quickly (if the guitar is pretty good) its a very decent and above all it is almost like the real models of some simulations.
    I put 9 because you still have to do some EQ to get closer to the desired models.

    SOUNDS

    I play on strat mexico with microphones and Vant Zant, the two simulations of the Fender one would really believe, on the Tweed in a little amount of treble and the gain to 14 hours is pure Stevie Ray Vaughan, ca Texas feels!.

    Stack of Classic, one approaches the grain of a 1987 Marshall pushing many low and digging mediums in both singles and doubles coil + a little delay.
    The

    The Metal: the, it moves, a lot of media on this simulation, consider lightly push the treble and bass.

    R-FIER: the big big sound very dug in media and hyper saturated.

    Dyna Amp: its very light to heavy overdrive depending on the setting and especially the attack string is reactf

    My 3 Strato guitar, Les Paul and SG go perfectly, but of course, if you have a shovel you will be disappointed even the best amps.

    Yesterday I replaced the original Hp g10 a Celestion vintage 10-inch that I had kept my house and is the perfect sound is softer, warmer, but still keeps on snapping to the sounds Fender but already original sound is good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have had many amps before this one: Vox AD30, transistors Marshall, Fender Champion 110, etc. but to have fun at home or in rehearsals it was really, sounds without having to push the volume up and the effects are sufficient and avoid investing in the pedals often unsuited to a transistor amplifier.

    I would do without hesitation that choice
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