#1
Im looking at getting a new amp and i know the micro cube is awesome but wanted something a bi more pwoerful. Ive found the cube 20X pretty cheap at £100 and was wondering if tis a s good as the micro cube or better? (in terms of effects etc)
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#2
depends its better than the micro cube but its not much of a step up, what are you planning to do with a new amp eg, gig, bedroom practise. Ethier way i would suggest save up for the 60. I have one and it is loud enough to gig and quiet enough for practise and i think its got more features than the 20x.
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#3
i'd say it's worse as it doesn't have the amp modelling- pretty much the thing you want the cube for.
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#4
IMO, the next, best step up in the Cube series is the 30 or 30x. You retain the modeling and effects features while getting enough power to gig (mic'd) and still be able to use it in the bedroom for practice.

The new Cube that I've been taking a look at (http://www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.aspx?ObjectId=900&ParentId=57), adds a bit more flexibility, but at it's current price point, I'm not sure it's worth it. I'll get more interested as the price drops.
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i'd say it's worse as it doesn't have the amp modelling- pretty much the thing you want the cube for.

The 20x has modelling. It's the 15 that doesn't have it, I think.
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#6
They all have modelling to some degree, but the 60 has more than the 30 and microcube, and they have more than the 20/15.
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They all have modelling to some degree, but the 60 has more than the 30 and microcube, and they have more than the 20/15.


yeah, basically. in my book, the 15 and 20 don't have enough modelling to qualify as a modelling amp, basically.

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