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Lee Baucum


From:
McAllen, Texas (Extreme South) The Final Frontier
Post  Posted 19 May 2019 7:45 pm    
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As my Roland amps age, they are sounding better and better.

I run a 1/4 inch guitar cable from the Line Out to the p.a. board.
Small, lightweight amp ... big, clear sound.
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Chris Brooks


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Providence, Rhode Island
Post  Posted 20 May 2019 4:45 am    
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Lee, I too like the Cube 80 though I usually run my Peavey 112 for a steel gig. I find I have to roll off highs on The Cube when I run steel through it.

Sometimes I run 2 amps--just for the spread not the volume. I'll run a cord out of the 2nd Peavey input to the Cube.

The Cube has a smaller footprint, a bit lighter . .. so tonight for my [jazz] guitar gig I'll take the Cube.

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Joe Cook


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Whidbey Island Washington, USA
Post  Posted 20 May 2019 4:58 am    
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I have the gx80,which I use for double duty guitar and steel. I really like my Nashville 112 much better, but the Roland does have a good tone. It's also very easy to haul to rehearsals.
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Peter Harris


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Post  Posted 22 May 2019 12:38 am    
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FWIW, when I use (my) two Cube 60 amps in mono, similarly for 'spread', I take a line out of the "Tuner" jack on the back of amp#1 and run it to the input of amp#2.

I use a buffer in the circuit to assist with tendency of the increased capacitance of the 'longer' cable run to amp#2 becoming a low-pass filter.

When I'm using them for synth-guitar stuff, I run stereo lines out from the processor and treat the amp#1 as "left' & amp#2 as "right"...

YMMV, but it works for me... Wink

Peter
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