Summary: Not much to add to what's already been said, except that it is exactly what I needed - a solo, low volume rehearsal amp, with stereo input, with a variety of drum tracks to play with. There are 10 drum/rhythm styles, along with 3 different variations of each, so you are getting 30 somewhat different tracks to fool around with. They can be sped up, or slowed down with the " tap " control.The effects are fun, especially the " wah-wah" type of effect.
Summary: I bought this amp thinking it would be good at what it does, knowing that it would only do so much. However even compared with other small practice amps this one just doesn't have any low-end. I put this up against a small Fender Rumble 15 and an Ampeg BA-108 and both just totally destroyed this. It's not 100% negative though. If you don't mind a somewhat thin tone, and are willing to trade that off for portability and the ability to run on batteries, it may suit you.
Summary: My opinion stands. The MicroCube is the best small amp someone could buy. It was worth every single penny i spent on it. I chose this amp because Ric, a sales man at Sam Ash and a co-worker of mine tried it out over a weekend at the shore. He came back with a huge grin on his face and said, "You gotta buy this!" He further explained it and itwas a done deal. I wouldnnullt get a better small wattage amp if someone paid me.
Summary: Fantastic sound out of a compact portable little amp. If you're gigging and use monitor support this could be you're smallest rig yet! Great sound and tone options. A foot switch option between clean and one distortion choice would be hella-cool!
Summary: Use this amp and you will spend less time tweaking your sound and more time practicing. I'm finally able to focus! Very important if you want to improve your guitar skills and not waste time. This amp has lots of realistic sounds and makes it easy to switch around. Switch from Acoustic to BritCombo+Chorus+Reverb in seconds. The JC Clean mode also works great as a clean channel with an external distortion pedal if you want to mix it up (I'm using a DS-1).