#1
i just got the cube 30, and i'm not getting any distortion at all, gain is all the way up, am i just making a stupid mistake?
#3
it's not on JC clean, i have it on lead, classic stack.
#5
i must be stupid or something cause i still don't know what to do..
#9
if you ahve some of the controls zero'd turn them up?

if i use my lead channel with no gain its just quiet, as is some of my other equpitment with the treble and bass controls etc
#11
i turned everything above zero and it still sounds clean.
#13
i pressed the button to switch channels, the red light by lead is on.
#14
is the volume up, the volume on your guitar, nothing left into any jacks etc like teh headphone one [sounds stupid but even if you leave an adapter i nthere it'll cut it]?
#16
i turned the volume up more, and i guess it's fine now though...sorry about this stupid question..
#17
kinda weird that i don't get any distortion until a certain point in the volume though...or maybe i'm just not used to it.
#18
nah it's ok asking questions is how you find things out, and a lot of the ppl on here are helpful (I think)
When I use my Cube, I get the best distortion if the volume on my guitar is all the way up.
#19
i had my guitar volume all the way up, and still nothing was happening, i had to turn up the volume on the amp to actually get some distortion.
#20
hmm did you have it really low? At least you're getting it now.
I have the Cube 60, and I like the way it still sounds good at fairly low volume, and I guess it would be similar for the Cube 30.
Not at really low volume though, if that's wat u had
#21
to get some distortion i had it at a little less than 1/4 of the way. but i keep my volume kind of low