Roland CM-30
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Roland CM-30

CM-30, Keyboard Amplifier from Roland in the Cube Monitor series.

selrahk 03/31/2008

Roland CM-30 : selrahk's user review

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I was looking for an amp for my acoustic Fender Stratacoustic thinking point me to a Marshall. Unfortunately, the date my old store had none in the price range that suited me. He showed me the amp with 15 watts max often between one while I intended to use it for voice as well.
He then showed me this so-called 30 watt monitor sduit me by its size and connectivity than complte

SOUNDS

As in the opinion Previous I t bluff by his power! Before me who used a Peavey Bandit 112, I found the power / size silent far in the favor of the small cube.
The sound is silent in my expectancy at all to the extent I do not use effects pedals and then through (and I do not know yet INTEGRATED amp with loop station .. .). Of course, pushed back, low saturate and it becomes more noise and draft. But only when pushed to its limits.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over a year now and I associated a second there are about 6 months. The effect is much stro apprciable when I use it as sound btement home.
Then the strong points are the size / power ratio and connectivity. Of course the sound is also fte for its transparency and the versatility it offers.
Level qualitprix report, I'm not as good as Harley Benton and Behringer in this area but none offer such a product. Due to its rather unique characters while a reasonable price, so I Whereas trs as good!
I remake it as I conchoidal dj made by buying a second. If you do not test enough proximity to you, trust you seek a truly portable amp for any type of acoustic instrument, or even as a monitor / speaker amplifies.