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|Number of Channels:||2||Amplifier Technology:||Solid State|
|MPN:||CUBESTEX, CUBE-STEX||Number of Speakers:||2|
|Suitable For:||Electric Guitar||Model:||Roland CUBE Street EX|
|Amplifier Type:||Combo||Power:||50 W|
|Carry the portable Cube Street guitar amp combo if you are a musician who is always on-the-go. This Roland guitar amp combo is capable of producing high-volume sound due to dual digital power amps and a pair of high-performance neodymium speakers. This battery-powered portable guitar amp tromps your music for hours together via just six AA alkaline batteries. Due to the COSM technology; the Cube Street has eight different amps that capture every tinge of the original amp from the preamp and circuits to the speaker. The dual-channel architecture and XRL/1/4" Microphone input in this Roland guitar amp combo lets you sing even while playing the guitar. Surrender your music to this portable guitar amp that boasts chromatic tuner and two digital effects processors that set a rocking performance.|
|Model||CUBE Street EX|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||78625276|
|Product Key Features|
|Amplifier Technology||Solid State|
|Number of Speakers||2|
|Suitable For||Electric Guitar|
|Number of Channels||2|
|Additional Product Features|
|Type||Electric Guitar Amplifier|
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3 stars with the stock speakers, 5 with Jensen Mod 8-20 replacements
I really don't like the stock speakers, but this amp becomes pretty awesome with a pair of Jensen Mod 8-20 speakers. They're about $30 each. The stock speakers are a bit too bright and lacking in low frequencies. The Jensens fix this quite nicely. I use it with a Boss VE-8 for my guitar and vocal and that leaves the two other channels free for a second guitar and vocal, which is exactly what I needed.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: samashdirect
I am a guitar player and singer, I have a really nice Soldano amp, and a full Mackie PA system....but that is a bear to just pick up and "play" or practice somewhere, hence, all of that equipment usually stays at the practice space. I was looking for something small that encompassed everything needed to just "jam", alone, or with friends. I was a bit suspicious about the sound quality, but my brother swore by it. And man, I'm blown away at not just the great sound, but also the power you can get out of this thing! Also, I haven't used the guitar "amp" sounds much at all, but I can say that the reverb (both channels, mic and guitar) is plenty rich enough to play anywhere with. And I also really like the far 'clean' guitar setting for my acoustic--everything sounds very clean and loud, and that is without an acoustic pre-amp (which I usually use for live shows going into a soundboard or my guitar amp).
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: theguitarfactor...
Roland CUBE Street 5-W
A great little amp for both vocals and instrument inputs - it's like having two amplifiers in one, both letting you perform in small venues either on 120v power or battery. The vocal channel has inputs for microphone of another instrument using high or low impedance connections. On it, you can set reverb or tremolo to best fit your room or vocal style. There is no phantom power, so that is a little drawback to a single microphone setup such as in a bluegrass group. However, a Sure 58 does fine for such an arrangement. The instrument channel is really cool. It allows you to change from straight acoustic to stereo chorus, reverb, tremolo or simulated sounds with one easy click. I think it can also be done using an optional foot switch, which I have not yet tried. For a venue like a coffee house, small church or house concert this thing is terrific and doesn't break your back hauling it around. I've installed high quality rechargeable batteries and am not certain it recharges them when plugged into 120v power, but will soon find out. A terrific amp for the money. I'm already impressed!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: *pitbullaudio*
pretty loud and sounds good.
it's loud enough to be useful to amplify your guitar and voice when there's no ac power available. though only 5 watts, it makes use of compression, which keeps the guitar (or voice) signal at a maximum level as the string vibration (or any input signal) wanes, giving lots of volume (hooking up a compressor like this is a trick, incidentally, which i find can help me get a significantly more volume out of any amp). has all the sound features of roland's current guitar amps. i got mine for about $200. good value at that price. i may want to try the 50 watt version.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: vnguy
Love this portable amplifier.
I like the effects features, power, and looks of this amp. Also very portable, lightweight, and mountable on a speaker stand. Very nice - - :-)
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: prymaxevintage