#2
no
but thats just what everyone on ug is going to tell you
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#3
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no
but thats just what everyone on ug is going to tell you

haha I always think the same thing... when I go to my local shop or talk to local musicians its almost always the complete opposite of what is said here on UG.
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#4
its pretty reasonable clean, distortion just sucks. a lot of other amps sound better though
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#5
The clean sounded terrible when i tried it :x

probably the small speaker and emgs dont work well
#6
I've never used it. I use a Cube 15x for practice and like it alot.
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#7
Well I mean just for bedroom playing levels. I had a 30 watt amp, and a 5 watt tube amp. The 5 watter sucked at bedroom levels, and the 30 watt was ok. The micro cube is 2 watts and I love the tone out of it. The distortions are ok, but the clean is what i am liking. and the size. Im thinking of selling my other bedroom amps, and buying a separate one for gigging.
#8
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Well I mean just for bedroom playing levels. I had a 30 watt amp, and a 5 watt tube amp. The 5 watter sucked at bedroom levels, and the 30 watt was ok. The micro cube is 2 watts and I love the tone out of it. The distortions are ok, but the clean is what i am liking. and the size. Im thinking of selling my other bedroom amps, and buying a separate one for gigging.

you have a nice custom ibanez in your link...
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#9
i have it. i think its pretty much flawless.
i mean, its got a decent metal/shred tone with the rectifier setting, but you just have to turn the reverb up and its fantastic

and whats its competition? micro spider III? i was honestly considering it when i was in the market for a portable combo amp, but out of the 4 settings on the [edit] spider III, 1 didnt sound like crap (yes, the insane) opposed to the 6 or 7 equally usable settings on the cube that all sound great.
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#10
don't know.

i am the only person in the world who likes the spider II series. i think they kick ass. you just gotta know how to dial tones.
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#12
I've played on my buddy's micro cube and I thought it sounded pretty good for an inexpensive, small amp.
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#13
The one thing most people don't realize with the Spider III 15w, the presets SUCK unless its set on insane. You really have to tune in the knobs and override the factory presets with your own creation(s).
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#14
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Thanks. The only think i dont like is people say it looks too much like a jem. I wanted to make it look better than the JEM lol. Thats hard though.
#15
Quote by nyandres
It has some really sweet tones. I get better ones from other amps but at louder volumes. But this thing is sweet at low volumes.

+1

Generally anyone who complains about the Microcube doesn't appreciate how hard it is to get such a good sound out of a small amp. Traditionally small amps are a tone stack and a cheap op-amp distortion circuit and they sound appalling, the Microcube does a great job of approximating the sounds of larger amps when it really has no right to do so.

Remember we're talking bedroom amps - a 30 watt combo is not a "bedroom" amp, neither is a 5 watt tube amp.
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#16
Yeah it was my first amp, distortion sounds pretty good, cleans are allright too, only you can't get that warm rock sound of it.
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#18
I like the DA5 better. Just me. The Cube doesn't sound as... full?
#19
The microcube is alright, but the best practice amp its not. It sounds cold for my taste.
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#21
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The microcube is alright, but the best practice amp its not. It sounds cold for my taste.

That's my main problem with cubes in general.