#1
I bought a Cube Street along with my first guitar (Me and Dad started off with the same one), and it's great. Only trouble is, it makes a cycling volume noise, louder then quiter all the time. Any idea why this is?
CuSO4

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#2
Do you have the flanger or chorus on? The knob on the top right. There should be two of them. Turn them both all the way counter-clockwise to shut off the effects.
Schecter C-1 XXX (with SD Dave Mustaine Livewire Actives)
Roland Cube 60
#3
I think the problem might be it's slightly touching the chorus. I have tried pushing it away, but I don't want to snap the knob. It's as far as it will go.
CuSO4

"I don't have an instrument, I don't have a great voice, I just have some nice clothes maybe." paul rutherford
#4
Yeah y do they do that? I have the micro cube. And it always does that. i think maybe the batteries.
#5
Yeah, you definitely shouldnt have to turn the knob with any force. I'm not sure what the deal is. Get it checked out by someone who knows what theyre doing i guess.
Schecter C-1 XXX (with SD Dave Mustaine Livewire Actives)
Roland Cube 60
#6
I once had a (vaguely) similar problem with a recalcitrant pedal. Try running it from mains power -- before consulting an expert.
#7
It is the same on mains or battery. Oddly though, on the accoustic sim, it doesn't do it half as much.
CuSO4

"I don't have an instrument, I don't have a great voice, I just have some nice clothes maybe." paul rutherford
#8
I think that's a problem with the Microcube if the volume is very low. If you turn it up a little it should stop. Probably the same with the Cube street.
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