#1
Just a quick question. If I bought an Randall RH100 amp + cab and ran my guitar through my roland Microcube on the R-fier setting, before getting to the Rh100. Could I ever get a tone close to what a r-fier sounds like. Or would the tone be significantly compromised somewhere along the line?
#2
The Rectifier setting is from the Mesa/Boogie Double Rectifier Head.
So..no?

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#4
Yeah I have no clue I've never tried it. So, does anyone know exactly what would happen to make it sound, well, bad? I would just be using the Rh100 to beef up the wattage from the cube since it's only 2 watts.
#5
That would just sound horrible, invest in a bigger roland cube? or just go all out and buy a Mesa/Boogie Rectifier.

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#6
Ok I got that. And I probably will. But just out of curiosity do you know what aspect of that set-up would send the tone to crap? Like too much wattage for the cubes tone or something..?
#7
The cube is a basic amp really, all there is to it is;
Gain
Volume
Tone.
So you don't have that much control over your tone, it was made to be a practice amp.
Plus fiddling round with two amp's preamps and power amps won't be worth it for a tone so "meh" in standards.

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