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). These typically are more stripped down (in features, not neccessarily quality). And then there are the micros. I always thought they were just a notch above toys, the sort of amps found in a prepackaged guitar set up from Wally World at Christmas.
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!!!! You can adjust it to your liking, choosing from variety of options; No matter what style you want to play, chances are, that after you got to know your MicroCube better, you will be able to set it up just...
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. The amp is beautifully presented and gives the immediate impression of a high quality unit. It has loads of features for such a small unit, and I would say it does everything that you would expect.
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!