[NAMM] Roland Cube-80X Guitar Amp
Roland introduced a new guitar amplifier in the Cube-Series lineup, the new Cube-80X Guitar Amplifier.
Expanding on the Cube-60, the Cube-80X delivers 80 watts of power through a 12" speaker, and features a switchable clean and lead channel design derived from its predecessor.
The Cube-80X brings new features to the world of portable guitar amps, including a new Looper function and Solo function with memory ability. The recallable Solo function stores the settings of every Lead channel control, allowing use as a third channel, boost and more and can be toggled via footswitch. Ten onboard COSM® amp models include the new "DLX Combo." Also onboard are six classic Roland effects with independently controllable delay and reverb, including a model of the classic spring reverb for a natural sound.
The Cube-80X also offers a new uner function and multiple inputs and outputs, including an auxiliary input for playing along with external MP3 or CD players.
For more information, visit www.rolandus.com.
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