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Roland Micro Cube
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Roland Micro Cube

Portable Guitar Amp from Roland belonging to the Cube series.

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«  Awesome - cheap - at the top! »

Published on 08/10/14 at 10:41
Microscopic mini amp modeling 2 watts, I would jamaiscru the modeled sounds are so well made - 6 different sounds, from acoustic to the high gain some useful effects of happiness.

UTILIZATION

Super simple to use. A treat, as it comes out of great sounds

SOUNDS

Sons limited, but the panel offered is relatively good. Impressive power for only two small watts, the HP should really be of great quality, the amplifier stage also

OVERALL OPINION

I used it for over a year as amp study. A again, I repeat the pattern above. Super purchase, we find more cheap OCCAZ. I was amazed by the THR X 10 at Yamaha? that in the same style sends to super heavy metal, and outputs a much nicer sound.

What impresses even more with this cube is the ability to play amplified with only 6 LR06 batteries for fifteen hours (tested and approved), even at high volume.

I have not seen this on any other equivalent feat amp.
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