The Roland CUBE Street is the amp for you if you're a musician on the move. Whether you're running to a rehearsal, lesson, street gig, or any situation that requires portability and versatility, the b... Read More
The Roland CUBE Street is the amp for you if you're a musician on the move. Whether you're running to a rehearsal, lesson, street gig, or any situation that requires portability and versatility, the battery powered CUBE Street guitar amp is a marvel that's ready to travel fast. The CUBE Street sounds amazing and is capable of high-volume output thanks to dual digital power amps and a pair of high-performance neodymium speakers. And just wait until you hear the built-in effects and amp models!
Great Sound to Go
Roland CUBE amps are famous for performance that exceeds their physical size, and the CUBE Street is no exception. With two high performance neodymium speakers onboard, this amp sounds incredible, and is capable of high-volume output that defies its physical dimensions. Best of all, it can run for up to 15 hours on just six AA alkaline batteries.
8 Amps Onboard
More than meets the eye, the CUBE Street is actually 8 different amps in one via its built-in COSM amp models. From tube-driven blues classics to modern metal stacks, Roland's COSM technology is world famous for capturing every nuance of the original amps -- from the preamp and circuits to the speaker.
The CUBE Street amplifier is chock full of extra features to make your gigs easier, including a built-in chromatic tuner and 2 digital effects processors. In addition to the aforementioned COSM amp models, you can choose from six of Roland's famous effects to enrich your sound.
It's a guitar amp and mini PA system in one! With its dual-channel architecture and XRL/1/4" Microphone input, you can sing and play guitar through one convenient amplifier. There's even a delay and reverb devoted to the Mic/Line channel.
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.
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I ordered this amp because the specifications were exactly what I was looking for. I could not tell from the online photo that it was angled back. Not a big deal, but getting at the knobs from the front is awkward. From the back, the panel is upside down. As far as the sound, effects and everything else, it works fine. I got a good amp at a good price. Thank you.
I give it 4 stars because the output is a bit harsh, not as warm as the Behringer AT108 (which I own) or the Fishman Loudbox mini (which I've played thru in store and is fantastically warm and accurate especially on vocals, but not battery powered). Perhaps it is this harshness that allows the sound to travel so far. I needed a street amp for outdoor performances at the beach in an outdorr caf? setting and it was between this and the Roland AC33. My GC did not stock the Roland AC33 so went with this. I have since read that the AC33 is great UNLESS you use it on battery power, which the prevalent reviews state that the AC33 loses quality and power greatly on battery. I can state that the StreetCube performs the same on battery and AC power. Use it with 6 AA Energizer rechargeable batteries, outdoor on Ocean Ave with all the noise that comes with beach wind and traffic. Amp has paid for itself in tips. Sound travels pretty far. Do I wish it could be a bit louder? Yes, but it is adequate and was the best option available to me for battery powered, and much less than the AC33. I wish I could have heard the AC33, but based on reviews I read, I think I made the best choice. Also, it is EXTREMELY light and sturdy, played for an entire summer in salt air mist, and sometimes light rain. No worse for the wear. A great street amp. If playing indoors in a small venue, I would opt for either the Behringer AT108 (small coffee shop or restaurant) or the Fishman Loudbox mini, as you notice the harshness of the streetcube more indoors than out.
This is one GREAT sounding little amp...I tried practically every brand of small amp in my search for the perfect practice amp and Roland won with this Cube Street...The amp models are very good...the effects are pretty good to...The "JC Clean" can sound just like my JC120H. (almost) The only thing I would change about this amp (besides it's goofy name) is the 2.5 watts/channel power. I wish it was louder... I used to have a Gallien Krueger 250ML which was really close to the size and features of the Cube Street but it had 50 watts/channel. If you're looking for a small great sounding little practice amp - you just found it.
I bought this amp to basically use it for my keyboard and my acoustic guitar. But when I plugged my electric into it, I was WOWed! This is the I-can-go-anywhere-and-jam-amp. And the sounds from this little box are incredible. I will enjoy this amp for a long, long time and recommend it to anybody who plays an instrument. I think I may have even convinced a buddy of mine to get one if his wife lets him!
a great little amp for practice or when a little instrumental reinforcment is needed in an otherwise unamplified situation The amp models are convincing. The 6 double A's work wonderfully well
I'm a dance intructor and when I teach in front of big groups, I use a wireless headset mic. and an iPod for the music. I normally use a boombox and a small mixer to plug my mic and iPod into the boombox. I saw that the Cube has an imput for MP3 player and Mic built in, so I thought I would be happy with the Cube Street and save setup time and extra wires. the mic section works really well, I also tested my Les Paul guitar with it, and it's pretty decent, but when I'm teaching dancing I use it to play my music from my iPod, The sound quality is terrible, it sounds like an old single speaker radio. there is no volume control for the MP3 player so I have to control the volume with my iPod, it has no equalizer for the Aux in either, so there is no way to adjust the sound for MP3 player either. I get much better sound for my music with my old cheap boombox. I guess the Cube Street was designed to be used with guitar and vocal, but to actually play music from an MP3 player, the sound quality is horrible.
This amp rocks. I have not, and god willing will never use it to perform on the street, but it is well capable if you are so inclined. I bought it for a practice amp, so I would not have to fire up my half stack for practicing solo. This thing sounds great. It does no have that tube warmth, but it makes up for it in spades in sheer sound quality. The chorus is true stereo, and sounds better than anything you will find in the way of effects pedals for essentially the same price. On the clean setting it sounds strikingly like a JCM with a little less warmth and a lot less volume. In short, this bad boy rocks, and if you need an amp for street performing or just need a practice amp, you can not beat this amp at this price.
Nice, nice portable pa system. We wanted a small portable PA for small and quick gigs. We're a duo with female vocals and I play electric and acoustic guitars. I didn't want to also bring along a guitar processor and this unit solved that problem. The guitar models on this thing are really nice, I picked a amp model, adjusted the gain, bass, mid and treble and I couldn't believe what sweet amp sounds it produced. I couldn't stop playing! I put the batteries in the unit and jammed for like an hour straight. The mic channel is nice and clean with built-in reverb and delay. We will use for small gigs and impromptu perfomances like poolside cabanas, coffee houses, small lounges. This unit is very light at 11lbs and it could almost fit in a shoulder gig bag. It has built-in chromatic tuner, there's something else I don't have drag along with me. We'll keep the main big pa system we have for the larger gigs, but it sure is nice to go ultra-light when you want to.
I've only had my "Street" for a week, but I have formed my opinion. I've owned a Roland Micro Cube for nearly 2 years. I was moderately pleased with its limited capabilities & have done a couple street corner solo shows with it. I had thought that the new Cube Street was simply a pair of Micro Cubes housed in a single chassis. I was wrong. The improvement in sound quality and versitility of tone for the guitar is striking, as is the additional decibel level. I play with backing tracks, and this new unit recreates the stereo field and the recorded mp3 quality much better and louder. The PA path is quiet and meaty. . .a totally unexpected surprise (I know "meaty" when I hear it. I own a Bose PAS). I had been planning on taking it to the street with the Micro. Now, I'm thinking of just leaving the Micro at home. Awesome job, Roland!
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