#1
i gota roland cube 60w expecting it to be AWESOME, but the distortion on it actually sucks ****!! does any1 else have one because i cant geta real good crunch sound even up at high volume... looks like im shellin out fora pedal
#4
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Can not agree more.
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#5
Wait....

If you don't like it why do you have a on the Cube in your sig?

EDIT: Actually it's a full out grin.
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#6
lol well i was happy with it until i wanted to play sabbath and pantera...
#7
A: The "Classic" profile is the one you don't use, it's crap.
B: So is the "Metal"; for that, use the R-fier
C: EQ Quirks. Fiddle with the treble, mids and bass a bit.

My school has a Cube and it's ace for anything. The idea is, turn up the gain on the lower ones or down the gain on the higher ones if you want a classic-ish sound.
#11
i agree ^

the Vypyr is much better than the Cubes. (i have owned a Cube)
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#13
Use the R-Fier for metal, don't even bother with Classic or Metal Stack. (I have a 30X.)

Also, I EQ the treble about halfway, and the bass and mids up to about a quarter. Varies from song to song / band to band I play though.
#14
I think the classic stack is one of the best sounding models on the Cube. But since I own a micro cube, theres limited EQ adjustment. I think the R-fier model is way to scooped and fizzy.
#15
Quote by Demonn
i gota roland cube 60w expecting it to be AWESOME, but the distortion on it actually sucks ****!! does any1 else have one because i cant geta real good crunch sound even up at high volume... looks like im shellin out fora pedal

There's your problem. Turning up the volume on a solid state does not equal more crunch