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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by mohsen, Jan 27, 2005.
did you ever tried db700?
if you did, what 's the db700 weak points???
I really like mine. I use a sansamp BDDI with it and the tone is incredible. If there are any weak points, I guess it would be that there are only two memory positions to save to. Other than that I love it! It's compact, very portable, You can remove the rear casters and use it as a tiltback, It has a Di output and it is loud as heck.
that's true ,but I heard db700 has problem in its memory.
I don't know anything about that, I have not had any problems yet.
In my opinion, the ONLY thing that can make the Roland DB series better would be 7-band EQ.
Anyone else interested in the new Roland DB amps? I want to try one out so bad...
only thing i ever heard is that on occasion players would descover the speakers were glued into the cabinet they were pushing their combos so hard . but also i heard that they would sometimes just go dead for no reason
Must have been when they were pushing their amps so hard that it jiggled the on/off switch into the off position.
I have roland db700 and when I play hard with that the its memory don't work?
I don't know the reason???
but it's very loud and great sound.
I just bought a DB500, and so far so good, sounds awsome, fantastic tone together with my Yamaha BB3000S, and I can't wait to gig it.
Anyone else have one?
I have a DB500 and like it alot. For what I got it for, practice, rehearsal and recording, it's great. I have heard people complain about the whole DB line of amps sounding sterile but I disagree. You just have to spend some time with them. I often wonder how many gear reviews are given based on 5 minutes worth of messing around in a Guitar Center.