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Roland adds a 10W combo to the Cube line

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Roland Cube-10GX

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

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Roland completes its Cube range with the Cube-10GX 10W combo for guitar.

The Cube-10GX offers three COSM guitar amp presets (Clean, Crunch and Lead) as well as three effects. It is also possible to replace the COSM presets with any of the 7 custom COSM models (including bass and acoustic guitar amps) via the free Cube Kit app for iOS and Android, which is due to release this month. 

Features:

  • 10W guitar combo
  • Built-in 8” speaker
  • 3 COSM amp presets: Clean, Crunch and Lead, which can be replaced with other presets via the Cube Kit app for iOS and Android
  • 3 built-in effects: chorus, delay and plate and spring reverb
  • 3-band EQ
  • Gain and volume controls
  • 1/8” Headphone/recorder output
  • 1/8” auxiliary input
  • Dimensions: 346 x 179 x 317mm
  • Weight: 4.7kg

No information regarding the price of this new Cube-10GX combo which details are available at www.rolandus.com.

 

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