#2
Music style? I have a short review of the Cube 60 in the experiences with the Cube 60 thread, check that out. I've never tried the Vox though.
#3
what genres you play?
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#5
I might be available to do sound clips of the cube 60 later, I'll be micing it with a crappy on stage stands mic (Worth about 3 bucks :P), so it won't do it justification, but, it's better than nothing. :P
#6
I'd solidly go with Vox. I have a Vox and my teacher uses a Cube 30, so I've got a good idea of what they sound like. I think the Vox is more varied and has a better range of sounds.
#7
^I hear the Vox is better, but if you want that recto sound, I guess cube is the way to go. Everything else on the Cube is... meh. Vox wins in all other situations.
#10
Cube might be better then. Cube does better metal tones than the Vox, but if you ever want to get a nice classic rock or lighter tone, you might regret not buying the Vox. You should probably test both out if you can.