#3
styles of music you play?
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#4
I'd probably go for the Cube here. I've never tried an Orange Crush, but I've heard they aren't too awesome.
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#5
ow sry forget the style of musik and stuff ^^
mostly alternative rock,indie and a little bit of punk,probably metal when im get good enough
#7
The Cube I own it, and it can handle ALL styles, so Can the orange, but to me the cube just has a little more Metal edge to it.
Try them both out dude, see what you like best.
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#8
okay i guess i have to try them out but i have another question is the vox vt better than the roland or orange ?
#9
Vox sucks for metal. Cube.
(I'm just assuming that you play metal, I always do that xD)
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#10
well i dont listen to metal (except metallica) so it dont needs to be good for metal
#11
Quote by Dude52
okay i guess i have to try them out but i have another question is the vox vt better than the roland or orange ?



Yeah I definitely try out the Vox.
#12
I traded my Cube for a Vox AD30vt. I feel they both have a lot to offer but the Vox just fit me better. Try them both because there are some things on the Cube I wish the Vox had.
#13
The Orange is **** for metal, ok for other stuff (at least the 15r version is) though I was content with it for a few years, a distortion pedal helps. The reverb is really what makes the amp sound half decent. The clean sound isn't too bad if you don't compare it to a tube amp or something.