Roland Micro Cube
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Roland Micro Cube

Micro Cube, Portable Guitar Amp from Roland in the Cube series.


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  • Manufacturer:Roland
  • Model:Micro Cube
  • Series:Cube
  • Category:Portable Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on:11/01/2006

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 78 reviews )
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MGR/Billy11/28/2011

MGR/Billy's review"Roland Micro Cube Combo Amp"

Roland Micro Cube
Roland struck a gold mine back in the 80s with their JC120 Jazz Chorus amp. To this day it arguably is one of the nicest clean tones available, so why would I expect anything less from the Micro Cube?

I wanted a small amp to keep around the house for when I wanted to jam ideas at a low volume. The Micro Cube was perfect and at $130 it was perfect for my budget at well.

It can run on batteries or on the supplied power supply. If you choose batteries it takes 6 AA batteries.

There is an 1/8' input to plug in an mp3 player or CD player. There is an output that can be used as a headphone jack or an out to a recording device.

There are 7 digital amp modeling presets; Acoustic, JC Clean, Black Panel, Brit Combo, Stack; Classic and Rectifier and a Mic preset in case you want to put a mic through this amp.

The amp has 6 effects, which I find a little over the top, but here they are: Chorus, Flanger, Tremelo, Phaser, Delay and Reverb.

The built in tuning fork is sort of week. A chromatic tuner would have been much more effective in my opinion.

The EQ is just one lonesome Tone knob, a 3-band EQ would have been cooler, but hey it's a cheap amp I get it.

Well built. It comes with a handy strap. Most of these are black, but I snagged a less popular white finish, there is also pink.

The LED light is pretty small too, it is a bit hard to tell if the amp is on or off.

A fun little rocker to keep around the house. Sure it isn't perfect, but if your big rig is packed away it is nice to have this to practice on.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/Anonymous07/11/2006

MGR/Anonymous's review"Roland Micro Cube"

Roland Micro Cube
i bought my last practice amp about twenty years ago and so decided it was about time for a change .

i pur chased this unit for a mere 69 quid from a local music store .

when buying anything i always do my homework on it and check out reviews etc . and this little amp was no exception . and let me say that after reading many positive feedbacks on thie cube to get it home and try it myself was an absolute treat. the sound quality for something so small is really quite amazing and the effects , well there not just there for show they take this little buty to the next level . just buy one .....

there is nothing negative to say about this amp.

build quality ..a fairly light amp [its small] fairly robust unit, metal front grill , well constructed knobs and sockets ..overall very good.

i would be very suprised if thier was a better practice amp out there for this kind of money offering what this guy does .sweet..

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/Bob Crosby11/04/2004

MGR/Bob Crosby's review"Roland Micro Cube"

Roland Micro Cube
Bought new off of Ebay.
Paid $98 after shipping. Good Deal!

I am truly amazed at the clean sound that comes out of this little amp. Even on batteries it has a nice LOAD clean sound. It features a nice array of amps and clean sounding sound effects. And even more amazing is how loud this little amp can get. It can more than deliver what most people playing will need away from the home. I use this amp to help sell folk instruments I make at shows. And 99% of the time, the customer is trying to buy the amp from me. I wish I could get them for under a 100 all the time, and then I would start selling them. ;c)

After 6 months of owning this amp, about the only thing I don't like is not having a Stereo output. Most amps nowadays, that offer the many different sound effects this amp has, also have the capability of stereo output. Also since it has the ability of plugging in a CD player to play along with, I just am a little surprised that there wasn’t the choice there. I also have gotten use to plugging in extra speakers on my other amps that do have the stereo outputs.

I have been doing shows all over the State of Alaska. Roads up here are horrible with chuckholes, that are as deep as a foot, and impossible to avoid outside of causing an accident. I must admit that I have abused this amp, and it has never shown any problems with getting thrown around, bumped or even rained on.

I can guarantee that in an amp, only having 2 watts as this one has. Dollar for Dollar, anyone needing a small practice amp that can be heard by a group of people standing around outside, would be more than happy with this little rocket. It has such a clean sound and a very nice array of sound effects that you will not find in any other amp of the same size.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/John Ritter10/12/2004

MGR/John Ritter's review"Roland Micro Cube Amplifier"

Roland Micro Cube
i bought this online from musicians friend for $125.00. i was looking for something portable and this was recommneded to me by a friend.

absolutely everything was great about this amp! i couldnt believe all of the effects and the sound that this little gem put out. i would definitely recommend it to anyone.

to be honest, there wasnt anything that i didnt like about this unit. it met or exceeded all of my expectations.

roland generally has a good name concerning its products. i havent had it very long, but it seems solid despite its light weight.

if you need an amp that has built in effects, is portable and sounds great, this is the one for you.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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