#1
Has anyone had any experience with em? ive seen em but havent played one yet. im looking for something simple to keep in my living room, or to play with outside on my porch. hows it handle hard rock and metal, and is it worth the $130 price tag?
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#2
yeah, i think it should do what you want. would be worth trying the vox too, just in case you prefer it (i haven't tried it).
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#3
ok kool.
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#4
it does what its suppose to do and thats about it...it'll fill a small to medium room nicely but it doesnt sound "big"...but i enjoy mine for general playing...and now that my girl is learning to play, its perfect for her...i just wouldnt recommend it as a main amp...

edit: and theres plenty for sale...dont get one new...bought mine for $60 off craigslist
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#5
One of the worst amps I've ever played. Don't waste your money, get something like a Vypyr.
#6
vypers overheat like line 6 spider 3. i had a vyper overheat IN the store. vyper and spider 3=epic fail.
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Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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#7
ask this guy (sure. it's the RX, but, essentially the same)

i LOVE my microcube. For a 2.5 Watt battery operated amp, it blows anything out of the water. The amps models are decent, the R-Fier and Classic Stack settings are outstanding, considering the size and wattage. Also, the built in effects (Flanger, Phase, Chorus, Trem, Delay and reverb) are decent, which is good because it doesn't take pedals well. But, an EQ pedal would be a good idea along side it, because the only knobs for tone are Tone and Gain. I'd say, try to find a used, but, i paid $130 for mine, and i didn't feel ripped off, considering the competition.

And, plus, it's tiny, and you can attach a strap to it, and walk around while playing guitar. (i did this at my school during lunch. started playing Another Brick In the Wall Pt. 2 by Pink Floyd)

I'm pretty sure it was designed with some sort of busking in mind, as it is PLENTY loud as well. I get feedback off of one third volume. again. I just love the damn thing.
#8
yeah i have a microcube small one i love it you can get your metal hard rock what eva you want out of it if your lookin for a portable amp i bring this to school with me all time puts out a good amount of sound i actually got in trouble for having it too loud at lunch one day XD

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#9
They're great little practice amps.
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yeah i have a microcube small one i love it you can get your metal hard rock what eva you want out of it if your lookin for a portable amp i bring this to school with me all time puts out a good amount of sound i actually got in trouble for having it too loud at lunch one day XD


thanks yall i might get one.
and dude your lucky. i can't play at school.
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Fender Roadhouse Strat
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Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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#12
now for the good question... should i invest in this for a practice amp or save up and get a peavey valveking head for my stack...?
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Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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#14
no, but my randall rx120rh head isnt reliable.
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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GK Neo 4x10