The Roland CUBE-80X guitar amp delivers a massive 80 watts of power through a 12" speaker, and features a switchable clean and lead channel design derived from its predecessor. The Roland amplifier al... Read More
The Roland CUBE-80X guitar amp delivers a massive 80 watts of power through a 12" speaker, and features a switchable clean and lead channel design derived from its predecessor. The Roland amplifier also comes with a Looper, a unique Solo function with memory for recalling preset amp tones or serving as a third channel, simultaneous reverb and delay with tap tempo, a built-in automatic tuner, an aux input for connecting MP3 players CD players, or other audio and more.
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This amp dose nothing well, the effects arn't worth using. This amp is very noticeably a solid state amp no real warmth. buy fender!
I own a roland cube 60. I bought it new more than a decade ago. They seem to have been discontinued, because I only find them used. I had originally purchased it because I played in a touring horn band playing everything from ska to Mighty Boss Tones to Tower of Power and even Sam and Dave. We we touring with 11 members we couldn't afford the space. I went through a number of combo amps. I actually used this by accident when my Fender Twin died. I had been carrying this around as a emergency back up. It shocked me how well it performed. I eventually used it for everything. I found that Roland's use of modeling provided me with all the tones I needed. I actually cut my pedal board down to an overdrive, a tuner and a wha!! I finally looked to by another one late last year and was disappointed to find that they were no longer available. So I tried the 80. I didn't get it. Same Speaker, More Power? What was sacrificed? Unilateral Clarity! To get the tones that I got out of the 60 I have to turn it up and then quick switches are not fluid without adjusting volume. If you can find the 60, get it. I have two.
great sounding amp for LOUD playing, Why the they have a power squeezer on the 30x, when really the 80x should have that. I would trade any setting on this amp beside my Metal tone for some type of volume attenuation. if you live more than a 100 yards from neighbors, buy it, it does sound good, but its not very practical.
This little amp does a lot for the price. It is a nice and portable substitute for a heavier tube amp. The modeling technology has improved a lot in recent years, and some of the tones on this thing are warmer than I expected. The Deluxe Combo, Classic Stack, and Metal models are pretty convincing. The reverbs and delays are very good, while the other effects are not the greatest but still useful. I tried one out at a friend's house and liked it right away. It has enough power for most club gigs, and the build quality appears very solid, I would not worry about this thing getting damaged. Tone is a somewhat subjective thing, but I have been able to coax some nice sounds out of this amp, at least to my ear. I would not compare it to a high-end tube amp, which I own (Mesa and Fender) but it is a lot cheaper to buy and easier to transport than my tube amps, and the tones are worthy of use in public. Try before you buy.
this amp is one of the best amps i've plugged my guitar into. Its got so many distortion options and has a great clean setting. It also has an acoustic setting so u don't have to get that acoustic simulator pedal. If you're looking for a marshall....there is a setting on the amp that sounds just like one. It also gives sounds similar to Line 6, Vox, and man more! You won't regret buying this amp!
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