CUBE-40XL, CUBE-80XL: Amp Model List
This is an original amp type that includes an acoustic simulator. It converts the sound of an electric guitar into a clear, refined acoustic-guitar sound.
This is modeled on the classic Fender Twin Reverb amplifier.
It features rich lows and a bright high end.
This is modeled on the Fender Deluxe Reverb amplifier.
It features clear, clean tones and sparkling overdrive at high volumes.
*Available on the CUBE-80XL only.
This models the Vox AC-30TB.
It can produce a broad range of sounds, from clean to overdrive.
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.
This models the features of a Marshall JMP 1987.
Used extensively in hard rock in the 1970s, this is truly the perfect amp for a “hard rock” guitar sound.
This models the Peavey EVH 5150.
This is a high-gain amp, which produces heavy distortion and sustain even at low volumes.
This models the Mesa Boogie Rectifier.
This is a super high-gain amp that's capable of producing hard metal, grunge, and a wide range of other lead sounds.
This original high gain amp delivers heavy low-end and intense distortion.
This is an original amp type that lets you obtain tonal changes from your picking dynamics.
Soft picking produces a transparent clean amp sound, whereas hard picking produces a heavier distorted high-gain sound.
Tip: When using the DYNA AMP, adjust the GAIN knob for optimal results. Start with the GAIN knob centered, then adjust it so that soft picking produces a clean tone and harder picking produces a heavier distorted sound. You may also need to adjust the volume knob on the guitar to get the desired results.