Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX

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

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Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 9 reviews )
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Johnny's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
5Watt transistor amp with the possibility of having stereo w 2.5, with drum machine and tuner
the connection is fairly complete,
settings in three bands of different m'odèle + amp, and there are dfx effects: delay, reverb wha, but I do not use


Yes the setup is simple and it starts rolling it (raoul?)
sound and sound roland: good but cold, but I knew since I had the cube 30
the manual is simple ... like a manual!

I want to say in sound and power: 5 watts for it "balance" quite a lot even though I grew in the early iétait one can confuse with the sound on because I play an Ibanez BTB 670 bass with Bartolini pickups and preamp and the totu is powerful enough it took me a while to "tame" as the bass amp


I got this amp for the following reason a low-dimensional, two because I know that Roland products in general are of high quality.

my bass is an Ibanez BTB670 Bartolini electronics and pickups mkII (?)

I get the bin for the moment I discover that all the bass amp but it is good stuff.


8 days

I love this Microcube the amp except the bass octave is special and that for the moment I identifies it.

I try to purchase on the web because an amp warwick blue cab 30 which my not at all, I try a 15 watt Laney RB1 a fair bit, I had seen on the RB2 but I did not could try it and after a disappointment but different purchase on the web I have not wanted to take a risk and I took this Microcube m'algrés that the 5 watts full well his job: playing at home

for what it is the price roland products are expensive but as said above it is the quality

say that if I find an amp with a sound one can heat I would change much.
but after paying € 200 to resell a loss that does not m'interresse we will see later.

and finally I will tell all the musicians who's tempted by a purchase on the internet that much in France Teutonia be careful to be good some of the product you buy because it costs back even if you are the winner purchase price (not all) and again in my ibanez cost € 600 and € 200 amp in a shop in Vallauris (06)! Teutonia in the same low: € 638 and € 199 amp or what is the economy??

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

Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX
Combo 2x2.5W transistors with amp simulation
The animal is small, but it speaks loudly
transformer and power supply of batteries!
connection jack
equalization, gain, volume, chorus, flanger, autowah, delay, reverb, octave, compressor

drum ... (Cool)


Intuitive and easy setup ...

One can easily find different sounds that are pleasing ...

The manual is clear, but we do not need ...


I find it very versatile ... I use a Warwick $ $ 5 string or a Squier Vintage or a Cort Curbow Fretless ...

I get all kinds of settings, but the sound is not super hot (it is clear, because it has no lamp) .. At the same time we can not have everything in a mini amp ... I find it perfect for what he proposes to ...


To play at home, it's perfect! I can not connect my amp MarkBass home (all starts to shake and my wife starts to yell )

I have not tried other models because I find it has no competitor at the moment ...

I did not buy it for its portability, but I find it a bit heavy ...

Yes I have purchased ... This is a great quality / price ratio ...

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