Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp  

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100 very loud watts through a heavy-magnet coaxial 2-way 12" speaker, 4-band EQ, compressor, balanced and line outs, plus extension speaker out let it hold its head up on any stage. Small size; light ... Click To Read More About This Product

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100 very loud watts through a heavy-magnet coaxial 2-way 12" speaker, 4-band EQ, compressor, balanced and line outs, plus extension speaker out let it hold its head up on any stage. Small size; light weight; 8 COSM amp models; 5 digital effects including chorus, flanger, T-wah, and independent delay and reverb; shape switch; plus pad switch for active and passive basses make it perfect for studio work and basement jamming, too.

Features
  • 100W
  • 12" coaxial 2-way speaker
  • 8 COSM amp models
  • 5 digital effects
  • 4-band EQ
  • Compressor
  • Shape switch
  • Balanced out (with pre/post switch)
  • Line out
  • Recording/phones out
  • Pad switch
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RolandCube 100 Bass Amp
 
4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

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5.0

Good little champ

By W M David

from Austin, TX

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

I have used this amp in small clubs playing bass for folk ensembles and it is very versatile with deep tone. I have also used this bass in a large venue with a full rock band and an extra 15" speaker - the venue held 350 people. If necessary I go through the line out for very large venues and into the house sound. It has a few onboard effects, which I've messed with but haven't used live because effects aren't really part of my sound, But the effects that I gave tested, while sounding very typical of the COSM chip set, nevertheless are clean and dependable. I've even played acoustic guitar through it in a pinch (I did not have it up too loud) and with some EQ tweaking, it worked quite well. I like that it weighs less than 40 lbs.! I can wheel it around on a luggage carrier. This is a good small amp with a medium sized amp's sound for someone who plays small clubs, churches, parties and garages.

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(2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

EXCELLENT

By michael youngblood

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

this is an excellent amp for a 7 string guitar like the schecter C7 hellraiser or the Epiphone Zakk Wild les paul because of its low end attenuation and response.. if you put a BOSS me-70 on it you will be very pleased with this... it is a coaxial speaker and is excellent for 5 string bass also which i play on it.. FORGET about getting the CUBE guitar amps for guitar... get this instead

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Too Cool for School!

By Jonathan

from Phoenix, AZ

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

This is a very fun little amp that can throw enough sound to keep up with drums and guitar in a practice or small gig situation. It can pack a very powerful punch. More important are the modeling and other features that come with the amp. This allows you to compare different classic amp sounds with those of modern new comers that are creating a name for themselves. Sounds great with the speaker and even better with the head phones! Get one and find yourself practicing and playing more than ever!

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best amp for small gigs, coffee shops, and practice...

By Andrew N

from Indiana, PA

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

This amp sounds way louder than any other 100 watt, 12", that I have tried. It can keep up with any medium loud garage band, and serves as a great practice, and small gigging combo... At 38 lbs, it is easy to tote around, and dialing in your tone is easy, quick and fun. The amp models included sound much better than any of the "digital" sounding multi-effects pedals I have used... I would highly recommend picking up one of these amps...Well worth the extra money...You wont be disappointed!!!

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(10 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Think twice

By Annoyed

from IN

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

This amp has good sound, but poor quality parts. The input jack has a plastic nut. Our's broke in half and the input jack went into the body of the amp. Roland does not feel this is a worthwhile amp to be able to have repairable by your local approved technician. It must be sent out to them to be repaired... because they use a 2 cent nut instead of a 5 cent nut. What else is cheap inside? Well, you won't know because it is GLUED together so it can't be repaired or looked at. Spend your money elsewhere!

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(33 of 43 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Polytone Killer for the Jazz Guys

By Groovetube66

from North Charleston, SC

Comments about Roland Cube 100 Bass Amp:

Although this is marketed as a bass amp, the Roland Cube 100 Bass makes a great compact guitar amp for jazz players. Because I don?t need the heavy distortion COSM models on the Cube 60 and want the better low end response of a bass amp, this amp fits my playing style perfectly. Playing a Washburn J4 into it, I get a great warm but clear tone using the B-Man model. The Fliptop is good for a Wes Montgomery vibe. I have had a lot of fun using the Octave model with the built-in T-Wah ? instant Soulive or Bootsy Collins! On the other hand, the Super Flat model works nicely for plugging in an acoustic with pickup. At the very end of a note as it fades out you might hear a little hiss if you have the treble way up, but it is much less than you hear out of a Roland JC120. And speaking of the JC120, the Super Flat model with the Chorus effect turned on and Shape button pressed provides a pretty decent simulation although it is not stereo. Overall this is a killer amp and to me a bargain for all that it does. It has excellent built-in effects, volume aplenty, outputs for recording and hooking to a PA, and you can dial in any tone you want. It isn?t the prettiest looking amp in the world but it?s a Roland and solidly built.

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