Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX

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M-Cube-Bass-RX, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Roland in the Cube Bass series.

8 user reviews
Prices starting at $280 Average price: $298

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: M-Cube-Bass-RX
  • Series: Cube Bass
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/30/2008

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Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX user reviews

Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 8 reviews )
 3 reviews38 %
 5 reviews63 %

iamqman's review"Not too bad"

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
Well this is basically the exact same amp as the guitar rx but just tailored towards bass. So the amp models are bass models and that really is it. The effects are the same as well as the drums patterns and other features. It doesn't sound that bad either.

Roland MICRO CUBE BASS RX Compact Bass Guitar Amplifier Features

Stereo power amplifiers and four newly developed 4" speakers
Eight COSM amps, six digital effects, and chromatic tuner built in
Rhythm Guide function for practical rhythm training
Stereo aux input for CD/MP3 players, Phones/Recording out
Battery driven (6 x AA, maximum 13-hour continuous use)
AC adaptor included
Compact enclosure with carrying strap


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Power 4W (2 x 2W Stereo)
Speakers 4 x 4"
EQ Bass, Middle, Treble
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 8
Number of Tubes 0
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 2 x Aux (1/8" Stereo, 1/4" Mono)
Outputs 1 x Rec/Headphone (1/4")
Footswitch I/O
No Effects Loop
Height 11.63"
Width 11.69"
Depth 8.38"
Weight 15 lbs.


The tone is rather appealing and solid for the price of this amp. Bass amps are sometimes hit or miss in that they just don't project solid low tones and can't handle any more than a 4 string guitar. I play a five string and this amp can handle even a 6 string without getting flubby or wolfy sounding.


At new these amps come in at around $260, which is not bad for the price. It has several different models to choose from and and plenty of effects if that is your thing. For me I don't use any effects other than a drive pedal or something like. Sometimes a chorus pedal but that is about it.

If you need a good sounding practice bass amp then this is a great amp for the money. It has a headphone jack and a line out for going straight to the PA system.

Mporz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A little pricey for the quality ..."

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
This is a bass amplifier transistor,
it features a 3-band EQ: low, mid, trebble.
Effects: Flanger, Reverb, T-Wah, Chorus.
The effects are quite good quality but it is mostly for fun.
A tuner (ineffective), a button to enable / disable compression.
An amp simulator that can simulate the Ampeg B-15 combo (Flip Top)
Fender Bassman (Man B) Trace Elliot (Super Flat), Acoustic 360 (Bass 360), SWR stack (Session) and Ampeg SVT (810 Concert).
A drum for bosser, microphone input, headphone output, Mono / Stereo input,
An On-Off button. 4 speakers 10 cm each with a power of 2.5 W + 2.5 W
Comes with strap and instructions in French.


There's no easier and like many I have not read the manual.


I Funk 100%, the sound is pretty cold so it's not very suitable for this style of music. But the sound is good, it sends a lot for its small size and I remember being surprised! I first took to the practical side: portable (7kg) can familiarize themselves with the basic effects, ideal for bosser at home or with friends for a quiet evening beef ...
But if you want depth go your way, with such a template can not have everything! I use a MusicMan Stingray.


It no longer works ... Just like my Micro Cube guitar version of which passed away after 4 years.
The materials seem good at first ... But I never opened the beast ... in terms of the life that is to review ... Without pushing the volume up it started making huge breath and then nothing ... He received no particular shock and I stored in its case after use. This is the only bass amp I had let's say that I will be well serviced.
5 years of life is a little short for nearly € 200 ...

Chrizzik's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Too much, we will have work now"

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
Tube amp ... no just kidding
+ Modeling transistors, 5W, four mini hp
An instrument input, an input to mono input to stereo headphone / hand out, 1 connection for footstitch
Setting: gain, volume, bass, mid, treble
Effects: Amp modeling (6), one setting or autowah chorus or flanger, reverb or delay one setting, one compressor (on / off)
And more: 1 tuner, 1 BOX RHYTHM (1 selection of rhythms, one knob for tempo, tap tempo button 1)


Config simple
I did used the doc for photocopy the image panel and get what note the settings because there is no memory
Gets it easy to sound good, I would say even more good sounds OF


What types of sounds: rather cleans or typed fretless sound
I found the exact sound very successful, sounds mediums (for fretless) also, I'm not a fan of his sounds when you push the gain
Used primarily for work, the headphone or on its own HP ranges and other exercises are another dimension with a drum machine, and even effects. But I use it more to save on the fly bass lines in drafts / mock, because the sounds are quite correct for registration.
One day tried to attack a preamp sound during a rehearsal of pop / rock, it was not ridiculous at all (even if it is not worth thinking use as return).


Used for 2 years and a few months
I have not used other baby Bass-before
What I like: almost everything there -> different sounds, drum machine, tuner, compressor, versatility: it is comfortable with all the bass and the weight and size (it comes on vacation).
I this I do not like: there is a rhythm, but we do not know how we will beat ... perhaps a small display? On the other hand, as I have four or five settings that I like, depending on the bass that I use, I would have liked to have a way to remember them. And finally the dark side of the force, I think - especially with headphones included in a sound - EQ sometimes very little action (depending on its use).
Money: yes!!
I would do this choice ILLICO PRESTO SUBITO

lbgo000's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
It's a funny little beast
+ Digital Combo 2x2.5W transistors - supply of transformer and batteries!
connection jacks, minijack
essential settings: eq, gain, volume
cool effects and usable - chorus, flanger, delay, reverb, autowah (good!) octaver
simulations of different amps - not bad at all!
compressor - not bad, but I prefer my EBS
small drum ... (The click is good for work)


I tried a combo of batteries to play when others are unpluged, and some by just continuing to play on my bass (I have not found an acoustic bass for my taste and I have some constraints contrabass) - I l I found.
Not too heavy (it weighs the same as) and the batteries it lasts! - I put my battery of 2100mA / h and played over two days - it's great!


I play the JB-V and Sandberg California AmDelux-V Fretless - the sound is very good, there are simulations that appeal quickly 2-3.
I'm not a great connoisseur of Roland combos (at the time I played the Cube 30) but I see some simulitude - the sound a bit hard (lack of heat) in the low mids for my taste, but for this little beast I pass. Because it has the power in the belly - I do not know how they arrive at Roland, but the power Microcube is not far from my 30W Peavey ...
Some oddities:
- A simulation that adds breath (too bad, but there are others that make me do)
- When I go through my JamMan, I turn on the click and I play a long note: the end of the note the amp "pump" for each click as if there was a compressor - very bizarre.


It's been two weeks I use it - it's fresh
I am very happy - I have what I wanted
The price - a bit pricey but good ... done

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