#2
not really
i have a cube 60, and i barely ever take it up to 12 o'clock
its really too loud for practicing, and not loud enough forany decent gigs. Get the 30 IMO
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do you think youll ever use the cube for gigging or practicing with a drummer? if so get the 60.
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#4
They sound exactly the same at low volumes...and both aint got the guts to play shows...IMO its pointless to get the 60 in this situation...

And how is the Cube60 too loud for practicing again? Theyre both exactly the same at low volumes...
#5
they are boh top quality amps, but i would reccomend the 30, because you will never take the 60 up to max, and if you get the cube 30-X you get a powersqueezer for sensitive pracitcing at home, however i don't know for Australia but the 60 can be plently loud enough fro small gigs on the UK
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They sound exactly the same at low volumes...and both aint got the guts to play shows...IMO its pointless to get the 60 in this situation...

And how is the Cube60 too loud for practicing again? Theyre both exactly the same at low volumes...

i just meant that its complete overkill for practicing
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#7
one of mates got the sixty and he had it up full volume and he stuffed his lol this is probably a one of thing but any way hes too stupid to get it fixed so he keeps playin it even though the sound is hollow and weak lol
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#8
Will you play at gigs or jam with other people?
if not, then the 30 is enough. The 60 is pretty damn loud, and not really that suitable for home practice.
It sure packs quite some volume for a cube.
#10
By 'in the future', how long are you implying? 3 years? 3months?

Because i'd get a cube 30 now, since if you practice 'much' at home with a cube 60, your family will start complaining, and maybe your neighbours.
Your ears too, might start ringing.
#13
I think it's worth it man, its great for practice jam outs... and it would be fine for playing clubs or having it miced up with a PA system being that its a 12" speaker good cab ect... It's a good investment. The speaker and cab make a HUGE difference in tone... you'll like the bigger fuller sound of a 12" then a 10" I can promise that!!
#15
Basically, the 60 takes allows you to turn it up "louder" before the tone turns to mush. So unless you are going to be playing quite loud you will not need the extra wattage. Also, you can always mic a 30 watt, so it might be cheaper just to get a 30, if you don't need the extra wattage for un-mic'ed situations.
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#16
i think il go for 60 cause my friend is going to drum, and we will practice togheter.
#17
i would say 60- its louder, but that doesnt mean you have to put up the volume any louder- also, you will have more volume until it starts to clip- think of it as in both a lamborghini and a volvo can do 70 mph- but the lambo can do it better.
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