#1
What kind of distortion pedal can I get to make an Avenged Sevenfold sort of sound?
#2
If by an A7x sound you mean loads of gain, pretty much any metal- oriented pedal will do. If you mean a decent- sounding high- gain tone I'd be willing to bet you need a better amp. What are you currently playing through.
#4
eh, does the cube 60 have the modeling effects as the 30??
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#6
TS do you want their actual rhythm tone, or Gates' lead tone?

his lead tone is very trebly and is uber ****in bright, so an EQ may work. or just a new amp
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#8
Metal Muff with Top Boost. perfect for A7x
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#9
you should enuff gain with the amp. you might try a eq pedal to fine tune your sound.
#10
well the cube is designed for the sake of not needing pedals - especially not any type of distortion. It also doesn't handle them well, being a modelling amp, because modelling is designed to work with a clean signal going direct into the amp.

So really you'd be better off getting a new amp if you're not happy with the various types of distortion the cube has to offer.
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#11
The Cube 60 has alot of features built-in but the cube 60 doesn't have built-in distortion
#12
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The Cube 60 has alot of features built-in but the cube 60 doesn't have built-in distortion

That HAS to be bullcrap. my MICROCUBE has it.
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#13
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The Cube 60 has alot of features built-in but the cube 60 doesn't have built-in distortion



The amp models = distortion.
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How do you activate the distortion?

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#17
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How do you activate the distortion?


The button i've circled in red. if the green light is on you are on the clean channel which is based on a roland JC (this mode is totally clean, no overdrive). if the red light is on you are on the lead channel. Use the knob i've circled to select the amp model the lead channel uses - The Metal and R-Fier settings will have plenty of gain.

Seriously - ever heard of experimenting with the settings?
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