Roland Micro Cube

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The Roland Micro Cube, next to an Ibanez GTA16B for size comparison.

The Roland Micro Cube is the first battery powered modeling amplifier distributed by the Roland Corporation. It is a small, lightweight, portable amplifier, for use as a portable practice amp or when larger or more expensive amplifiers may not be practical. The Micro Cube is part of a Roland CUBE series of combo amplifiers, including the Cube 15, Cube 20, Cube 30, Cube 60, and Cube 80.

Features[edit]

The Roland Micro Cube features five different amp models, some clean and some featuring distortion, as well as an acoustic simulator and a vocal preamp. Also built in are several effects and a touch sensitive digital tuning fork. Its power output is two watts and it has a five-inch speaker. The Micro Cube includes a standard quarter-inch input jack, an auxiliary quarter-inch input and an eighth-inch input (which are played without modeling or effects), and a headphone/record out quarter-inch jack.

Amp models[edit]

The controls on the top of the Micro Cube

The controls on the top of the Micro Cube

Controls[edit]

Updated Versions[edit]

Since its release in 2004, the Micro Cube has been released in two more colors; white and red. Additionally, the Micro Cube RX has been released in 2008, which is a slightly larger version with 4x4" drivers. The Micro Cube retails for $129.99, the RX, $249.99

References[edit]

Official Roland page, retrieved November 26, 2006 CUBE JAM on Russian language