#1
i have the chance to buy a second hand Roland Cube 30x for £90 second hand or can wait and buy a Vox VT30, what would you folks suggest?

Thanks
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#2
valvetronix.

imho the models are better and so is the FX quality and overall quality of tone.

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#3
Do you play metal? Take the Cube. Otherwise take the Vox.
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#4
the Cube is more versatile

if you are just wanting simple sounds then the VOX is the better choice
#5
I play rock e.g The Rolling Stones, GnR, Foo fighters, The Libertines etc
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#6
Quote by Callum_29
I play rock e.g The Rolling Stones, GnR, Foo fighters, The Libertines etc

I play similar stuff and my Cube is great for it, try one out if you get the chance
#7
Oh and i take it a 12" speakers better than a 10" yeah?
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#8
Vox is more versatile.

Vox is better for metal.

Vox you have more options and more control over your sound.

Vox sounds better.

Vox wins.

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#9
Em thanks for the help guys/girls, i've been wnating a vox for ageeessss now, so im just goin to wait and get one, and is 12" speaker better than a 10?
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#10
Quote by Callum_29
Em thanks for the help guys/girls, i've been wnating a vox for ageeessss now, so im just goin to wait and get one, and is 12" speaker better than a 10?

ofcourse it is. you may not notice the difference at first, but it is really worth it.
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#11
12" has more low end, and will sound 'larger'.

if you play an 8" combo then a 2x12 you will instantly know the difference.

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#12
There is absolutely no question here.
The Vox wins hands down. The Roland Cube is interesting but nowhere even in the same league as the Vox.
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#13
Thanks for the help appreciated, im defo going for the Vox now
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