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Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Roland belonging to the Cube series

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  • janobiwanjanobiwan

    Roland Cube-30Published on 11/14/08 at 05:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See description of Audiofanzine:
    * 2-channel guitar amplifier speaker 10-inch 30 Watts
    * Modlisation damplis COSM effects and DSP Intgr
    * 8 DIFFERENT sounds damplis
    * Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and Trmolo
    * Delay and rverbration indpendants
    * 3-band equalizer
    * Line Out / Headphone
    * Auxiliary input for connecting CD dun

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is super-simple, 2 channels, one with a clean modlisation (personally I pass one another with a switch boss fs-6). A chorus knob that manages flanger phaser tremolo. A knob that manages reverb and delay. it's easy

    -In sound, we get easily what you want

    -A manual? why?

    SOUNDS

    I play everything, therefore, given t…
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    See description of Audiofanzine:
    * 2-channel guitar amplifier speaker 10-inch 30 Watts
    * Modlisation damplis COSM effects and DSP Intgr
    * 8 DIFFERENT sounds damplis
    * Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and Trmolo
    * Delay and rverbration indpendants
    * 3-band equalizer
    * Line Out / Headphone
    * Auxiliary input for connecting CD dun

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is super-simple, 2 channels, one with a clean modlisation (personally I pass one another with a switch boss fs-6). A chorus knob that manages flanger phaser tremolo. A knob that manages reverb and delay. it's easy

    -In sound, we get easily what you want

    -A manual? why?

    SOUNDS

    I play everything, therefore, given the versatility of this amp, so it suits me everything. (Even if now I have a bit of experience, I think spending 100W with effects pedals to play cushy group)

    I played with a ibanez 120 and its a yamaha pacifica

    -When I play alone at home to test new songs, I play a bit with all modlisations, just to test it. But lately I'm playing with a friend who made the battery so I try to limit myself to the level of hacks. I RULES modlisation the sound of the R-reliance on the two channels at the same volume, the flanger in the middle, a little reverb and I drive it off with a footswitch.

    Frankly, the sound level, I think we have good quality and all that! for beginners who wants to discovering all the possible sounds that nickel!

    By-cons, the way I think the headphone (can be of the headphone)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year

    Do I like most is its versatility, the quality of sound that can come out
    what I like least: the power a bit limited for a nice clear sound with a drummer who hits hard. And tremolo (but I quibble)

    -Before you buy I had an old peavey 60W lch me and with money from my cot prfr buy a new amp (130 OCCAZ in tr s good state) to do that plutt rpar. And balance, better sound, more powerful and modlisations!

    Super quality-price ratio

    -It's great for beginners, you touch everything and with the quality. So if I again became beginners with the same budget that the era, yes I would do this choice!

    PS: the same as my 20W and I can not find her so beautiful that the 30W version
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  • derbysladederbyslade

    A sound of a puretée incredible!

    Roland Cube-30Published on 05/05/11 at 04:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor modeling at 30 W amplifiers. (Imitates several very different amps)
    Effects, reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser
    Small size, light weight, making roll back.
    All connections are 3.5mm

    UTILIZATION

    The operation is very simple, besides all that I don 't remember the record was only 10 pages.
    The settings for pots are very simple.

    SOUNDS

    Let's go to the heart, the clean is just super clear, pure amazing, the sound is saturated when it was well made but I prefer the sound issued by a kodelisation effects, providing more contrast in the game, and in ' chaining agreements.
    I play with a electrisue strato type of ibanez, and entered ectro acoustic range…
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    Transistor modeling at 30 W amplifiers. (Imitates several very different amps)
    Effects, reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser
    Small size, light weight, making roll back.
    All connections are 3.5mm

    UTILIZATION

    The operation is very simple, besides all that I don 't remember the record was only 10 pages.
    The settings for pots are very simple.

    SOUNDS

    Let's go to the heart, the clean is just super clear, pure amazing, the sound is saturated when it was well made but I prefer the sound issued by a kodelisation effects, providing more contrast in the game, and in ' chaining agreements.
    I play with a electrisue strato type of ibanez, and entered ectro acoustic range, and it is the nice surprise, a sound of a Laret and a remarkable precision, short thrilled by the sound of the machine .

    OVERALL OPINION

    It has been almost 6 or 7 years that I use, and if I had had this amp since my debut as a guitarist, I think that I would evolve much faster, that is the ideal tool for a beginner, or of one who has a small budget, considering the price proppsé second hand in 2011, it makes cagua (as we say in Toulouse) for having put nearly 300 euros. If c 'was a remake, well I will wait an opportunity to EUR 100.
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  • badgerificbadgerific

    Good practice amp. Need something bigger for gigs.

    Roland Cube-30Published on 04/14/11 at 13:53
    This is a digital modeling amp from Roland, it has the following features:

    - Two channels with shared three band EQ

    - Independent Volume and Gain controls for each channel

    - Eight COSM amp models on the lead channel: Acoustic, Black Panel, Brit Combo, Tweed, Classic Stack, Metal Stack R-fier Stack and Dyna-Amp

    - Six built in effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phasor, Tremolo, Delay and Reverb

    - Headphones/line out jack

    - Footswitch jack to control channel changing or effects bypass

    - Built in tuner

    - Power squeeze button


    UTILIZATION

    Despite having lots of features I find this amp really easy and intuitive to use. The clean channel is very simple to use as it's onl…
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    This is a digital modeling amp from Roland, it has the following features:

    - Two channels with shared three band EQ

    - Independent Volume and Gain controls for each channel

    - Eight COSM amp models on the lead channel: Acoustic, Black Panel, Brit Combo, Tweed, Classic Stack, Metal Stack R-fier Stack and Dyna-Amp

    - Six built in effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phasor, Tremolo, Delay and Reverb

    - Headphones/line out jack

    - Footswitch jack to control channel changing or effects bypass

    - Built in tuner

    - Power squeeze button


    UTILIZATION

    Despite having lots of features I find this amp really easy and intuitive to use. The clean channel is very simple to use as it's only got a volume control. The lead channel you just set the selector dial to the model you want then adjust gain to taste and volume to the level you need. The effects are simple to use as it's just one knob to control one parameter for each, this does limit the effects greatly.

    The tuner can be quite awkward to use as you have to turn the selector dial to choose which string you want to tune but other than that it's okay.



    SOUNDS

    I think this amp sounds pretty good. I have used lots of the different models regularly but my favorites are the Acoustic simulator, Tweed and R-fier models. While they don't sound like a perfect copy of the original amps they still have a great useable tone.

    The three band EQ allows lots of tone shaping capabilities so you can tailor your sound to how you need it, it's not quite as versatile as it's bigger brother the cube 60 but it's definitely enough.

    I personally don't like the effects on this amp other than the reverb and only being able to modify one parameter makes it pretty poor in my opinion.

    The power squeeze button on this model of the cube is really useful to get increased sustain at low volumes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall this amp is pretty great, it's loud enough for home use and band practice but you'd need something a bit louder if you intend gigging.

    The different models on this amp mean that it's good for a player who plays lots of different genres and styles or if your not sure of the sound you're looking for.

    My least favorite thing about this amp is the effects as I find the use of them really limited due to being controlled with just one knob.
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