#1
Hey just wondering if I could somehow use the presets on my roland cube in front of my peavey valveking like a pedal? Is this possible? If it is would it just sound like **** or would it actually work like having a delay/distortion/acoustic simulator etc pedal?
Thanks
#4
if you like the effects on the cube it should be fine, just don't double up the effects, and remember changing them will be a bitch instead of stomping them like usual
#5
I think he just means running it thru the cube, and sending the output to his larger amp
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#6
^^ thats what i meant


I have no idea if that would work or not I just don't want to spend another couple hundred bucks on pedals
#8
I thnk it could work...if you set the cube to acoustic, then ran the effects

Btw, how hard would It be to put the cube's effects into pedal form?
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#9
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I thnk it could work...if you set the cube to acoustic, then ran the effects

Btw, how hard would It be to put the cube's effects into pedal form?


depends on how good TS is with a soldering iron, and figuring out how to power the unit.
#12
I think the TS means just running the headphone output into an amp... which is pretty simple.

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#13
Quote by bulletrocks522
It works with my Micro Cube and my Mark III halfstack.


So do you get the same sound of the mark III, just with added effects of the cube, or do you get the sound of the cube just louder?