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  • Roland Cube-100

    Roland Cube-100 - "Decent amp, probably want something better to gig. "


    This is a digital modeling amp from roland which works using their COSM technology. It's 30 watts and has 10" speaker. It has a four band EQ, compressor, five built in effects, eight amp models, shape switch and finally volume and gain controls. It a…

  • Roland Cube-60

    Roland Cube-60 - "A great all-in-one package delivering great tones!"


    -12 inch speaker -numerous amp models, each with clean and drive channels -global EQ for both channels, and volume per channel -built in effects -line in for playing along with tracks -speaker out for pushing external speaker cabinets UTILIZATION …

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-120 (Vintage)

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-120 (Vintage) - "Classic solid-state amp is very versatile"


    This is a pretty classic amplifier. It's been around since the mid-70s and has been a staple of the music industry ever since. It's a solid-state amp, and was one of the first solid-state amps to really make a name for itself. It's also notable for i…

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-160

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-160 - "Fantastic amp for the straight-ahead jazz guitarist"


    This is a tube amp made by Roland, known for their keyboards and electric pianos as well as keyboard amps. This is a solid amp that can be used for jazz guitarists. There are two 1/4" inputs (Normal and Effect). The normal input is a straight ahead i…

  • Roland Cube-15X

    Roland Cube-15X - moosers's review


    The Roland Cube-15X is a 15 watt practice amplifier with a good amount of control for a smaller amp. The amp is solid state based with a single 8" speaker. As far as connections go, it has a 1/4" input for your instrument and a 1/4" output as well …

  • Roland Micro Cube

    Roland Micro Cube - mooseherman's review


    This is a tiny solid-state amp that has 2 watts and a 5-inch speaker. It has several amp models and six effects (chorus, flanger, tremolo, phaser, reverb and delay). It also features the tone, volume, and and gain controls. It's got a direct out for …

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-77

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-77 - moosers's review


    The Roland Jazz Chorus 77 is a guitar combo amplifier that is a solid state amp and has two 10" speakers.  It delivers 80 watts of power and has a slew of effects and parameters.  It also has wheels and two 1/4 inch inputs in the front. UTILIZATION …

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-77

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-77 - jforester's review


    10 for the clean and 11 for the "captivating" chorus. UTILIZATION The Police sound with a strat or smooth jazz with an archtop SOUNDS Yes Gretsch, especially OVERALL OPINION A bit of white noise, which you forget right away…

  • Roland Blues Cube BC-60

    Roland Blues Cube BC-60 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by SlapKid/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Big combo inspired by the Fender Vibroking: 3 x 10" speakers, reverb, serial-to-parallel adjustable FX loop, switchable Tube Logic circuitry (rectifier tube simulation). Chann…

  • Roland GC-405

    Roland GC-405 - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by SlapKid/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Interesting concept with two 4 x 5" cabinets. The big sound reminds me of a 4 x 12" cabinet with strong low-mids and a high output power. The illusion is perfect: rock sound wi…