Members mister natural Posted June 30, 2010 Members Share Posted June 30, 2010 Roland Cube Street - still amazes me everytime I turn it on the numbers :2 x 6.5" speakers - slightly larger acoustic "size" than a 10" speaker2 x 2.5 watts of paint-peeling power2 channels - input 1 can take a mic or a line level instrument - 2 band eq - delay/reverb - guitar input 2 has 8 cosm amp sims - 3 band eq - delay/verb - chorus/flange/phaser/trem modulationaux line input for stereo source be-it iPod or what-have-youstereo line out/headphone that (unfortunately) mutes the speakers The COSM model designed to take a piezo-equiped acoustic - can't speak to as I never used itThe JC model with a slight touch of chorus & verb - I like this sound with my Strat more than I like foodThe blackface mod - sounds exactly like my old TwinThe Vox emu - mehhh . . . this isn't my sound with either the Parker or my StratThe Marshall model - I could swear that it's a MarshallThe Rectofier model - sounds like the Marshall above with a fizz-tone added - you can keep it except for the occasional lead lines where neededThere's finally a line input for the guitar input - guess if I still used pedals, that is what I might plug ohhh . . . and there is a built-in tuner that is terrifically precise anyone who loves their MicroCube & wants to take it to the next level needs to audition this amp. Haters who "just want to be heard", need to audition this amp and it'll run for 15 hours on AA batterieshttp://www.roland.com/products/en/image_closeup.cfm?imgsrc=%2E%2E%2Fen%2FCUBE%5FStreet%2F%2E%2E%2FCUBE%5FStreet%2Fimages%2Fimage%5F03%5FL%2Ejpg&alt=IMAGE%20GALLERY%20%3A%20CLOSE%20UP&title=Roland%20CUBE%20Street%20Battery%20Powered%20Stereo%20Amplifier%20%3A%3A%20Products%20%3A%3A%20Roland Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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