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

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

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VvSurLeRiddim VvSurLeRiddim
Publié le 08/28/10 à 11:43
Value For Money : Poor
Features: cf. other opinions and data vendors.

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple, except that the tuner is almost useless as it is not practical.

Getting a good sound? I would not go so far ... we can not say that the sound is transcendent but not what we look when buying this type of toy. In any case the power is surprisingly good for such a small thing. Finally, should not push down a bit otherwise it saturates.

SOUNDS

- Will it fit your style of music?
This amp is not made to fit a type of music but to suit a particular type of use. And on that side it is doing its job.

The effects are fun 5min, but no more. We might have passed.

The drum machine is pretty cool: you can have different speeds at the tempo we want is to practice if it was not accompanied by a percussionist on hand, or just to train.

The sound is not great in absolute terms but more than enough good and strong for what is done.

OVERALL OPINION

I use an ad hoc basis for a year and a half for sessions outdoors with dry scrape or take a vacation and train anywhere.

- Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I tried other amps but low "fixed" it would be disingenuous to compare.
I have another trip for guitar amp (Fender amp can). The latter has the advantage of taking a real rechargeable battery which takes more time. So it is a bit heavier but it is useful. Batteries are hot at the Roland few sessions, I would rather not have all these useless gadgets that are the tuner and effects but instead have real drums as the fender.

- What thing do you like most/least about it?
The pros: light, small, practical, sound quite right
the -: no built-in battery, a bit expensive

- What is your opinion about the value for the price?
The quality is good, but the high price I think. I therefore find that the ratio is average.

- Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
Yes, because there are not many competing models.
I am satisfied with his performance but I still find it a bit expensive.
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