#1
I have a Roland Cube 60, and it works fine: never heard a buzz or a feedback. Today I tried to connect my Digitech Metal Master, but if I use the lead channel on amp with Metal Master turned OFF, a high buzz comes anyone know why? Metal Master is turned OFF, I have only connected it but it's not active:

GUITAR ---> METAL MASTER TURNED OFF ---> ROLAND CUBE 60 ON LEAD CHANNEL

I tried to change cables, but the buzz is still here. It also comes if I do this:

GUITAR ---> METAL MASTER TURNED ON ---> ROLAND CUBE 60 ON CLEAN CHANNEL
#2
Are you using an adapter with it?
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**** it its a **** pedal anyway
No, actually it's pretty good.
#7
Is there buzz when the pedal isnt connected? If so then you might have a low battery or you've knocked around one of the input jacks on the pedal.

If it buzzes when the pedal is not in then it could be on of the input jacks on the amp or guitar.
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#8
Pedals add noise, even when not switched on - using pedals on the lead channel of a modelling amp like the cube is going to magnify that problem tenfold.

In short, stop doing it. If you want to use your pedal use it on the clean channel only.
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The cube doesn't really take pedals that well anyway.
Hmm... even wah? I would like to try a wah pedal on my cube, but I don't know if it will sound good or bad.
#12
A wah will work fine - after all it's little more than a tone knob. Anything that uses op-amps or other bits and bobs to distort or modulate the signal is going to sound like crap though.
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