#1
Ok this is really troubling me. I have a Roland Micro Cube and will soon be upgrading to a halfstack. The cube has no line out jack. Could I plug the headphone out into my hafstack's guitar input?

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#3
No, the headphone output will be for a stereo plug.
The guitar input will be a mono socket.

EDIT: ^ cos he likes the sound of the cube.
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#4
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No, the headphone output will be for a stereo plug.
The guitar input will be a mono socket.

EDIT: ^ cos he likes the sound of the cube.



If he likes the sound of the cube..than why buy a halfstack..

You should look into a cube 60 man..
#6
^thx i havent had much luck with spelling and stuff the past few days(and im number 1 in my class)
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#7
^also, see thread title.
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#8
o thx once again im kinda tired i just got back from a track race thing
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