#1
I've got Roland Cube 30X a week ago,and so far have been impressed with amp,but for one small problem.When it is on any of the stack models (classic,metal,r-fier),and my gain up to the max,it makes some really unwanted noise when soloing,especially on the r-fier model.Could it be related to my guitar (Jackson JS30RR),or is it inevitable?The problem is,when I put it on lower gain,the tone isn't so rich.
Current situation:
Proud owner of Jackson JS30RR and Roland Cube 30X
#3
Do you get unwanted noises that sound like you mess up while playing (even tho you just touch the strings or something), or is it a high screeching noise? If it's the first one, then it's only because of the high gain - you'll just have to work on your technique I'm afraid.
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#4
Quote by Horlicks
What EQ have you got? Try standing further away, turn the vol down


Bass-10
Middle-0
Treble-10
Current situation:
Proud owner of Jackson JS30RR and Roland Cube 30X
#5
Woah, Turn the treble down, see if it helps. And bump your mids up and bass down for the sake of your ears
#6
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Bass-10
Middle-0
Treble-10



What's the gain at, 10? My Christ, boy, your amp needs some adjusting, what kind of music are you trying to play?
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#7
That's for rythm,sorry.I am still adjusting EQ for leads.
Current situation:
Proud owner of Jackson JS30RR and Roland Cube 30X
#8
Can a heavy use of reverb with high gain produce unwanted noise?It seems so...
Current situation:
Proud owner of Jackson JS30RR and Roland Cube 30X