#1
Well, its my birthday today and I unexpectedly recieved a used Roland Blue Cube 60 which, though it is a solid state amp, is amazingly awesome sounding. I have a few questions though. What exactly does the button that switches from "tube rectification" to "diode rectification" supposed to do? I pushed it and I didn't hear any difference. Theres also a button by the effects loop in/out jack and the effects blend knob that says "Level: Low(pedal)/High(line)" What does this mean? Thanks for all the help!
#2
i dunno. how about going to their website and see if you can download the manual
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#4
diode thing is which type of tube emulation
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#6
tube = perhaps there's a tube in the amp
diode = solid state


Blues Cube 60 eh? I've never even heard of it. Elaborate...
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