#1
Hi, I recently bought a Roland Cube 80X. It has a very anoying sandy like sound when I use gain. I have tried everything, plugging it into a different power socket, using a different guitar, (Fender US strat and Tokay love rock) unplugging all wireless equipment etc.
When I use a headphone the amp jut sounds great.
I took it to the dealer were I bought it and no problem over there.
Does anybody have an idea what the problem could be???
#2
so it worked fine at the shop but not at your house?

have you had any trouble with other amps at your house?
#3
If it works fine with headphones then you have a faulty speaker, sire.
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If it works fine with headphones then you have a faulty speaker, sire.



he said that it works fine at the shop he bought it from


i would ask the shop to exchange it for another one if i were you.
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Try plugging it into a different outlet, could be your power source.
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he said he already did, that's odd, it's got to be something with the sockets in your house if it sounded fine in the store.
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#8
are you plugging in to a power brick or right into the wall? make sure your not plugged into some sort of extender
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