#1
Hey,

Will the cube 60 sound nice with a heavy amount of distortion and at low volume (bedroom leven) / headpones?

Thanks in advance.
#2
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[please, I need to know, gonna order it right now, need to get rid of my MG!!]
#3
it will definitely sound better than a tube amp at low volumes since its SS, i would say from experience from using my friends cube 60 that it will sound decent,but it depends on what "nice" means to you...
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#4
^exactly, it's great for the price, but don't expect miracles from it.
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#5
its solid state. so just like ur MG u can pump in gain at even the lowest levels.

imo, it's got better tone and reliability as compared to the MG. But, tone is subjective so u would need to decide for urself if it's nice or not.
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#7
The Cubes will definietly sound nice with heavy distortion on low volumes. Maybe not amazing, but nice, yes. Tone is individual, but the Cubes are quite versatile so most high-gain-wanting players will probably find some setting they like, aswell as a decent clean and crunch.

If you're just playing at home, consider the Cube 30 though, or maybe even the 15 or Microcube. With a 60 you're prepared for any possible rehearsal or gig in the future, so I still wouldn't call it overkill though. It's your choice.
#8
Okay, thanks. Ordered it now

Wanted the 60 over the 30, to have enough power for band practice / future small gigs.