#1
What do you guys think about the Epiphone Dot and Roland Cube 30. I'm not a distortion lover but will use it from time to time. I like the softer music like some blues, Jimi Hendrix, Chili Peppers, Bedouin Soundclash. Thoughts?
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#2
the dot is a great guitar... the cube is a great amp.

its got this setting, british combo
it gives you a great hendrix tone.
#3
Thanks, that's what I wanted to hear.
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#7
Yeah i'd go with with a Roland Cube 30 or a Vox AD30VT (preferably the cube). And if you were willing to spend 300, go with the Epiphone Vintage SG G400. They look a little more professional in my opinion partly because they have trapezoidal inlays instead of dot. Dot inlays remind me of cheper made guitars. By the way i have both Vinatge SG and Roland Cube 30, they're great - go for them.
#8
And a Dot and SG are two completely different guitars. That's like recommending an Ibanez solid body to someone who wants a Rickenbacker 330. And the Cube doesn't do vintage tones as convincingly as the Vox, and both of them pale in comparison to a Blues Jr. or the Peavey Classic 30.
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#9
What are the price ranges for all these amps that you guys listed.
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#10
The Cube 30 is $225 (USD) and the Vox 30 is $240.
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