CUBE-80X: 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.
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 the “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. It’s capable of producing hard metal, grunge, and a wide range of other lead sounds.
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.