#1
I'm thinking about changing my Marshall AVT50 for a Roland Cube 60. Firstly is the Cube 60 as loud as a Marshall AVT50 and secondly what do you think of the Roland Cube 60 compared to the Marshall AVT50?
#2
It's an improvement, but not a huge one. And it will be about the same, volume-wise. Your best bet will probably be saving up for a valve combo instead if you want an improvement. What kind of music do you play, and how much can you spend?
#3
Cube 60s are good amps, better than AVTs. but id rather gewt a 15w Tube combo as opposed to another SS/Digital amp.
#4
ya cube 60's are nice, if you fiddle with it.
My Gear:
Gibson Flying V (active Emg's 81, 85)
Peavey 6505 Amp

Avatar Cab /w Vintage 30's / G12H-30's
Schecter Damien-6
ISP Decimator
Vox Wah Pedal
Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer
Roland Cube 60
#5
I don't think a cube 60 is that much of an upgrade. If you want loud, get a tube amp. ~my 2 cents
#6
Thanks. Does anyone know if you can unplug the speaker from the amp and plug in a head. I'm thinking about getting a tiny terror that i can put thru it occasionally.
#8
Quote by The red Strat.
huh what ? unplugging the AVT speaker and putting a TT in it ??


Cheaper than buying an Orange cab...
#9
no i meant, where's the sound coming from ? he doesn't have a speaker then. just the TT into an AVT whithout a speaker
#11
Quote by Denthúl
I've a feeling he meant using the speaker from the AVT.

Quote by Ralph1980
Thanks. Does anyone know if you can unplug the speaker from the amp and plug in a head. I'm thinking about getting a tiny terror that i can put thru it occasionally.

so a tiny terror through an AVT speaker without a cab ?
#12
Yep. I want to plug a tiny terror into the actual cab. I like to use a solid state for gigs/practices cause it's less likely to get broken and have a low watt valve head such as the tiny terror for home recording so I can crank it up. I was wondering if you could plug into the speaker on a Roland Cube 60 tho rather than a Marshall. I've got a Vintage 30 I'm going to shove in whichever amp I end up using. Can you unplug the Roland 60 speaker and put a tiny terror head into it? I know you can do it with the Marshall.
#13
Quote by Ralph1980
Yep. I want to plug a tiny terror into the actual cab. I like to use a solid state for gigs/practices cause it's less likely to get broken and have a low watt valve head such as the tiny terror for home recording so I can crank it up. I was wondering if you could plug into the speaker on a Roland Cube 60 tho rather than a Marshall. I've got a Vintage 30 I'm going to shove in whichever amp I end up using. Can you unplug the Roland 60 speaker and put a tiny terror head into it? I know you can do it with the Marshall.

huh ? you want to plug the TT into what ?


you don't plug into a speaker. you plug into an amp or cab to use it as an extension cab.

why would you unplug the speaker and then put a TT through the roland? you'll have no sound at all.

i seriously don't get what you're trying to say.
#14
Sorry for my poor grammer. What I mean is to take the speaker lead out and put a longer speaker lead in that I can plug into either the Marshall Preamp or the TT. Either that or make some sort of adaptor that I can put on it to make it reach. Has the roland cube got a speaker lead or is it all inside the amp and hard to get to?
#16
Plug the TT cab into the Aux in. I THINK.

Omage really I have no clue. WARNING: IF I AM WRONG, YOUR AMP WILL DIE. Please verify what I'm saying with another source.
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#17
Alternatively I could make a sombrero out of my Vintage 30, put it on my head at a jaunty angle and plug the speaker cable straight into the Tiny Terror. That way I don't have to lug a speaker cabinet around anymore...