#1
I'm trying to sell my old Roland 30X Cube but unfortunately all the amp models sound like a clean channel now.

Any advice? If there's a lot of hassle/cost involved to fix this issue then I probably would sell it for really cheap instead of trying to fix it (might actually save time and money this way...since it's a cheap amp)

Thanks!
#3
Yes, there doesn't seem to be an option to reset (but the cube 40XL and the 80 do have such an option)
#5
Frankly, apart from the obvious things like cleaning sockets I wouldn't even bother trying to fix a Cube. They are a disposable consumerable. If it had no volume at all then maybe I might check the power transistors but if the problem is inside the DSP section (like yours seems to be) I'd just drop it in a dumpster and move on.


Edit: Actually, I'd rat it for parts and then drop it into a dumpster. I never throw away transformers unless I know they are broken.
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Last edited by Cathbard at Apr 21, 2014,