#2
**** i just bought this for 540 bucks and theres no cd input. DAMN
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#3
would the tuner or line out work ?
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#5
You only usually get CD inputs on crappy little practice amps - can't you just play a CD with a CD player/PC speakers?
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#6
Just use your old practice amp to play the CD through, and play through the Cube with your guitar.
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#7
Good idea....besides, you don't want nasty CD audio interfering with your guitar tone anyways.
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#8
i sold my old crap amp to my friend lol
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#9
Use your CD player - that's what I do. When I use the CD Input on my amp, it effects the tone, and I can hear the song/bt louder than my guitar. CD Player = best option. Just turn the volume up.