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Instructions Roland, Modèle CUBE-80X

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.Delay time adjustable through TAP input You can also enter a short delay (30 to 90 ms) by giving the TAP switch a long press. .Spring reverb modeling Modeling technology replicates a spring reverb with realistic fidelity. .Four types of easy-to-operate effects (p. 8) Four types of effects — chorus, flanger, phaser, and tremolo — are built in, allowing easy operation with a single control. .RECORDING OUT jack (p. 15) The unit features a RECORDING OUT jack for connecting recording equipment. You can also use this as a headphone jack. .AUX IN jack (p. 15) You can use this to connect and play along with an MP3 or CD player. Panel Descriptions Control Panel INPUT Jack Connect your guitar here. JC CLEAN Channel This models the Roland JC-120. This is a sound that readily extends up to the treble range. This amp is ideal for creating sounds in combination with a multi-effects device. BRIGHT Switch This makes the mid and high ranges more brilliant, for a crisper sound. VOLUME Knob This adjusts the volume level of the JC CLEAN channel. As an original function on this unit, this can produce a powerful crunch at volume levels near the maximum. SELECT Switch This switches between the JC CLEAN and LEAD channels. The indicator shows you which channel is selected. You can also switch on the solo function by using this in combination with the SOLO switch. For more information, refer to “Using the SOLO Function” (p. 16). Switching channels can also be accomplished using a footswitch pedal (optional BOSS FS-5U, FS-5L, or FS-6). TUNER Switch You use this when tuning the guitar. Turning this on makes the switch light in red and enables tuning. For information on how to use the tuner, refer to “Using the Tuner Function” (p. 19). LEAD Channel You can select from nine COSM amp types. Type Description ACOUSTIC SIM This is an original amp type that includes an acoustic simulator. It transforms the sounds from your electric guitar into a clear, refined acoustic-guitar sound. Using this type together with a single-coil pickup in the front position produces optimal sound quality. If you’re using humbucker pickups, turn down the equalizer’s BASS and MIDDLE controls slightly. BLACK PANEL This is modeled on the classic Fender Twin Reverb amplifier. It’s used in a wide range of musical styles, from country to blues, jazz, and rock. It features rich lows and a bright high end. DLX COMBO This is modeled on the Fender Deluxe Reverb amplifier. This amp finds use in a full range of genres, including surf music, blues, country, jazz, soul, and hard rock. It features clear, clean tones and sparkling overdrive at high volumes. BRIT COMBO This is modeled on the Vox AC-30TB. This is the rock amplifier that created the Liverpool sound of the 1960s. It can produce a broad range of sounds, from clean to overdrive. TWEED This is modeled on the vintage Fender Tweed Bassman 4x10” Combo. It produces a clear mid to upper range with a fat low end, and its unique crunch tones with persistent distortion have earned it a loyal following among blues and rock guitarists. CLASSICSTACK This is modeled on the features of a Marshall JMP 1987. Used extensively in hard rock in the 1970s, this is truly the perfect amp for the “top rock” guitar sound. METAL STACK This is modeled on the Peavey EVH 5150. This is a high-gain amp, so you can get heavy distortion and sustain even at low volumes. R-FIER STACK This super high-gain amp is modeled on the Mesa/Boogie Rectifier. This is a super high-gain amp. It’s capable of producing slash metal, grunge, and a wide range of other lead sounds. DYNA AMP This is an original amp type that lets you obtain unprecedented tonal changes according to your picking dynamics. Soft picking produces a transparent clean amp sound, whereas hard picking yields a deeply distorted high-gain amp sound. Once the sound is distorted, the tone then changes according to the force used in picking, greatly expanding your range of expression. *Setting the GAIN knob at the optimal position provides maximum effectiveness. Start with the GAIN knob centered. Then adjust the GAIN knob so that soft picking yields a clean tone and hard picking produces heavy distortion. *The product names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, and are not related to Roland Corporation. In this manual, these names are used because it is the most practical way of describing the sounds that are simulated using COSM technology. GAIN Knob This adjusts the distortion level for the LEAD channel. VOLUME Knob This adjusts the volume level for the LEAD channel. SOLO Function This lets you save the panel settings for sounds you create with the LEAD channel (such as amp type, gain, equalizer, and various effects) and call them up later. On this unit, this function is called “SOLO.” The SOLO function is handy in situations like these: •When you’re using the LEAD channel and you want to switch the amp type and effect at the same time •When ...

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