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Roland CB-120XL

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Roland belonging to the Cube Bass series.

Roland is now shipping the new CUBE-XL BASS Amplifier series.

The three models in the CUBE-XL Bass Amplifier series—the CUBE-20XL BASS, CUBE-60XL BASS, and CUBE-120XL BASS—range in power from 20 to 120 watts. Features include a DSP engine, COSM amp models (including the new Super Low amp on the CUBE-120XL BASS and CUBE-60XL BASS), updated effects (including the new Drive and Poly Octave), onboard phrase looping (CUBE-120XL BASS and CUBE-60XL BASS), and Power Squeezer (CUBE-60XL BASS and CUBE-20XL BASS) and SOLO functions.

The amps are equipped with custom-designed speakers (including two-way coaxial speakers on the CUBE-120XL BASS and CUBE-60XL BASS) and custom flared ports (CUBE-120XL BASS and CUBE-60XL BASS).

 

For more details, read our previous article.

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