Transistor amp with modeling part
Extensive connection with line out and recording in the back.
Two parties to the amp: Roland Jazz Chorus types and part modeling (Fender, Vox Marshall ...)
Effects with Cosm technology: reverb, delay, chorus, flanger ...
This is a very easy to use amp and freelance fast operation. In fact this is an amp that is not at all a gas plant. I tried this amp extensively in parallel and 100 Mustang Fender because I was torn between the two. For me, the Cube is far superior in all respects to the Mustang.
Mainly clear sounds follower and a little crunch, I easily get the sound I want with this amp.
I play jazz funk and blues so this amp is perfect for me because it excels in clean sounds. I have a Telecaster and Pacifica.
It is possible for a believer against the big fat guitar sounds good does not find his account with this amp for distortion sounds are not great even if it is possible to be satisfied. Personally, I intend to purchase a Boss Blues Driver in for a warm crunch sound. I would also like Roland integrates compression at Boss but it's really to quibble because I'm going to get well.
If we play as a group, it may be wise to buy the optional foot (100 €) to control effects and channels of the amp up.
I use it for a month and I use it for group play and for my home studio.
I've tried lots of model in a store an entire afternoon before making my choice and this amp seemed to me to be more suited to my needs.
I flashed on an Ampeg tube with just a spring reverb but it does not have connectors for recording so I took the Roland although it is difficult to compare the two amps if different philosophy.
I think the value for money is excellent and I would do this choice without a doubt.
I chose the quality and functionality and I do not regret it.