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Roland Micro Cube Guitar Amp - Black
- Ultra-compact portable DSP guitar amp with 5-inch speaker. Runs on battery or AC power (adapter supplied) and includes carry strap.
- 7 COSM guitar amp models including JC-120 and a special mic preamp model. 6 DSP effects: chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo and separate Delay/Reverb.
- New Digital Tuning Fork with support for flat tunings up to 2 semitones. Recording/Headphones output and stereo Auxiliary input for CD players, etc.
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 12.5 x 9 in||12.48 x 7.05 x 13.62 in||7.48 x 10.62 x 11.81 in||8.2 x 10.6 x 15.7 in|
|Item Weight||9 lbs||10.36 lbs||8.02 lbs||15.2 lbs|
|Output Wattage||2,000||10||4 watts||6|
With the Micro Cube, guitarists get a genuine Roland Cube amp in an ultra-compact package that even runs on batteries. Weighing in at just a few pounds, the Micro Cube packs a big punch and comes with six DSP effects, COSM Amp Modeling and a new Digital Tuning Fork-giving guitarists everything they need for killer tone on the go.
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After more than two months my son is still extremely happy with it. It sounds great, has just enough good effects to mess around with, it can go PLENTY loud, and the ability to carry it up and down the stairs, to his lessons, etc is great. The batteries seemingly last forever and for a pretty small outlay, I think it possible that he doesn't buy another amp for many years.
Best of all, it's small and portable! Like the vast majority, I am constrained by budget (who isn't! :P). While no professional guitarist needs this, I consider it a good buy for most of us part-timers.
The amp simulations the Micro Cube provides are, well let's just say they're vaguely reminiscent of the amps they are trying to emulate. The sounds still differ from one another enough to be useful, though, and this little box can pump out some serious (digital) distortion. It's also fairly loud. Like the Pignose and other small amps, you can also mic this amp and get some really suprising results. Using the headphone jack as a line out will obviously yield pretty much the same result you're hearing through the speaker, as the sound is entirely digital.
Effects aren't too bad. Trem is pretty good, reverb a notch behind, and I'd stay light on the Cube's flanger and chorus. Forget the "digital tuning fork" - it's just a button that generates a tone to tune to. Any kind of separate tuner is far more useful.
Batteries seem to last forever with this thing. I'm amazed at the battery life, to be honest.
Small, rugged, very usable as a practice amp, for street playing, recording experimentation, etc. Good stuff.
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