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Roland MicroCube Blk Portable Guitar Amplifier

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Roland MicroCube Blk Portable Guitar Amplifier
Price: $89.00
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  • Controls – TYPE Switch, GAIN Knob, VOLUME Knob, TUNING FORK Button
  • Ultra-compact DSP guitar amp with 5-inch/2-watt low magnetic leakage speaker
  • Runs on battery or AC power (adapter supplied) and includes carry strap
  • COSM 7 guitar amp models including JC-120 and a special mic preamp model
  • DSP effects: 6 – chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo and separate Delay/Reverb

Product DescriptionWith the new Micro Cube, guitarists get a genuine Roland Cube amp in an ultra-compact package that works on batteries. With a packed weight of only a few pounds, the Micro Cube a big punch and comes with six DSP effects, COSM Amp Modeling and a new digital tuning fork – giving guitarists everything they need for killer tone on the go. The Micro Cube is the first Cube amplifier that battery or AC power. Using six “AA” alkaline batteries can play up to 20 hours – thanks to micro-Cubes high-efficiency amplifier. A carrying strap is also included, so you almost anywhere you want to hear. And the sound? Is a cube, so you know it sounds too!
Price: $89.00
Average Rating: 5.0

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5 Responses

001: Alucardio,

February 25th, 2010 at 9:34 pm

Este amplificador es todo lo que esperaba de el, tiene una calidad de sonido muy buena, asi como una potencia increible para ser de 75 watts. De hecho cuando me propuse probar la potencia en volumen 7 tuve que bajar el volumen inmediatamente porque a mi papa le di un susto increible jejeje.

Tambien trae unos 400 efectos distintos que le dan mucha versatibilidad, asi que si buscan algo bueno bonito y barato, no busquen mas!

002: Pamella P. Keck,

February 25th, 2010 at 11:32 pm

In short, don’t believe all the things that other reviewers on Amazon are saying about this amp. I’ve had it for about 3 years, and it is not worth it. If you are new to electric guitar, you may think that the Spider sounds good, but if you have had experience with amps you will know that it’s no good. It sounds digital and cheesy. There is absolutely no warmth to the sound at all. This amp only sounds good to the untrained ear.

003: Darren Seward,

February 25th, 2010 at 11:42 pm

I’ve owned this amp for a little over a six months and am still finding new sounds to explore with my ESP — not to mention the 75 watts of power is more than enough for most gigs and the price cannot be beat.

004: Eugene W. Muse Jr.,

February 26th, 2010 at 2:07 am

This amp is amazing. I’ve had it a few weeks now and still really haven’t used all of the settings. It has great clean sounds and distortion sounds. The artist presets and song presets are fun. Overall, you couldn’t ask for a better amp in my opinion. I do recommend opting for the $99 foot pedal to go with it. It will make a world of difference.

005: J. Chacon,

February 26th, 2010 at 3:15 am

This amp does everything it says and more. It looks great and the sound is fantastic. This is the best amp for the money. I was gonna get the Spider IV 75-Watt, but I went to the Best-buy music store to check it out and there are only a few differences, but not enough to sell me on. After checking out that other one, this one went on sale so I was sold even more 🙂

Pros.

Sound

All the presets

Cons:

The manual doesn’t telt you anything about how to work this amp, but a little playing and ur good to go.

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