#1
How's the distortion on the Roland Cube 60? How does it hack 80s metal? How would it compare to, say, an older Marshall Valvestate? Thanks.
#2
i got a cube 80x i think the effects are pretty much the same, and im really pleased with mine it does everything, you'll have no trouble with it, look up some videos on youtube
#3
I've got a cube 60 and it's brilliant, does all sorts of tones, I'm pretty sure you should be fine with anything you'd want it to sound like.

No matter what else I may buy I'm fairly certain that I will never sell this amp.
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#4
Quote by VVolverin3
I've got a cube 60 and it's brilliant, does all sorts of tones, I'm pretty sure you should be fine with anything you'd want it to sound like.

No matter what else I may buy I'm fairly certain that I will never sell this amp.

My sentiments exactly. I love the amp. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn good.
Marshall amplifiers are the truest purveyors of rock and roll known to man.

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#5
Can you tell me a bit more about the distortion - how does it compare to Boss pedals, for instance? Does it sound overly processed?


Quote by seemeel
My sentiments exactly. I love the amp. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn good.