Reviews and Problems with Roland Micro Cube Combo Amp
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For the price - an easy 5 stars
Jared Burdick "JBurd", amazon.com
15 June 2011
Summary: There are several types of practice amps. High end modlers (Line 6, G Dec, Vox VT) that can still run $400+ and are typically overloaded with features. The low end tubes (Fender Blues Junior, Bug V22, Peavey Valveking, etc).
Summary: Plain and simple WOW!!! This amp is really good for people who are just starting out and need a decent, affordable and quality amplifier. It is small, light in weight, can fit your luggage easily when travelling( which I do a lot of), but above all, IT CAN PERFORM!!!!
Summary: I wanted an amp that I could use when I,m watching tuition DVDs on my computer. I looked at the cheap ones with their tiny speakers but decided to pay a little more for a higher quality unit and I'm glad that I did.
Summary: I bought this amp for my daughter, and we both absolutely love it! The colour is very funky and sets it apart from the rest. The sound is fantastic for such a small amp. A great product all round!