John reviews the Roland Cube 30 (watt) guitar amplifier, going over tone controls, reverb, delay, tremolo, phaser, flanger, metal, ...
I show you the versatility tones for this amp. Clean and distorted tones using an SM57 mic.
Roland and BOSS guitar product specialist Johnny DeMarco demonstrates the Roland Cube 30X guitar amplifier at Kraft Music.
Worship Sound Pro 101 Guides
How to Get Great
Guitar Sound in the Worship Environment
By Mark Hutchins As worship services and events become more and more diverse and tied into today's culture, it's inevitable that the music and performances involved become increasingly contemporary. It's just as common to see full-band setups on the platform as it is to see pianos, organs, and choir ensembles. One very attractive element of modern worship music performance is the guitar -- a very portable, versatile instrument, which also happens to be relatively affordable (at least compared to that hulking pipe organ). Though worship performers have been using guitars as accompaniment for decades, the last few years have seen a boom in guitars as standout instruments. But how do you effectively integrate the guitar into your gathering and avoid turning the proceedings into a loud rock show? Read on.
Line 6 POD X3 Live
The Direct Route
The dynamic, natural sound of an acoustic guitar is right up there with the piano when ...