#1
I wonder what are the difference between Roland Cube 30X and Roland Cube 60X. The 60 has more power, of course... but even more effects? Or just power?

And... can I use the 60 for pratice at home at low volumes? Or it is too loud?

You suggest to buy the 30 or to save the money and buy the 60?

Thanks
#2
You can use the 60 at home volumes fine. I would buy it over the 30 purely because the 60 has the extra power you can use for gigging/band practise and it's the only one of the Cube series to have a presence knob, which I find v. useful.
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#3
Ok, thanks. Another question: I have looked at some websites and I have found:

- Roland Cube 60
- Roland Cube 60D
- Roland Cube 60X

Same amp, or different? What are the differences?
#4
Up! Please someone know if 60, 60D and 60X are the same amp? Or they are different?
#5
I've only ever tried the standard 60, I believe that the X version has something called 'power squeeze' which I would imagine gives a bit more of a 'raw' sound
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