Roland Cube 30 Reviews
Overall this amp is pretty great, it's loud enough for home use and band practice but you'd need something a bit louder if you intend gigging. The different models on this amp mean that it's good for a player who plays lots of different genres and styles or if your not sure of the sound you're looking for. My least favorite thing about t... [read more on Audiofanzine]badgerific rated this unit on 2011-04-14.
For a small wattage combo practice amp with some built in effect for less than $300, this little guy was my choice. I'm very pleased with its sounds and relative versatility. Like I said, its doing exactly what I needed it to do. [read more on Audiofanzine]Jesse rated this unit on 2005-10-05.
Good amp. Actually, very good amp. Get it. Perfect for practice, recording, small gigs... [read more on Audiofanzine]Pr@3+0R!@n rated this unit on 2004-01-28.
BOTTOM LINE - great amp for the money. What other amp for approx $300 cdn will offer you all the features of the Roland Cube30 and its extremely compact size? There isnt one, thats why I went with the Cube30 lol, have fun! [read more on Audiofanzine]Slipmatt rated this unit on 2004-01-20.
Versatility! That's the word for the Cube. I can carry it to church in one hand with my electric in the other and play a sweet sounding acoustic when I get there. I can play heavy metal at small venues or just copy-cat the guitar sound of any CD I put on from Hank Marvin to Joe Satriani to Dave Gillmore to to Brian May.... [read more on Audiofanzine]Russell Catchpole rated this unit on 2003-12-02.
A great amp for practicing at home and playing infront of a small group of people. Very good if you won't great sound quality, lots of features and something that won't break. If it was stolen I would "want" to get a new one, but I would probably be too tight on cash to afford a new one. [read more on Audiofanzine]Hitman rated this unit on 2003-04-04.
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