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Roland Cube Street Battery Powered Busker's Amplifier, Black

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Code: 52430    Manufacturer Part No: CUBE Street-BK   
Save £26.00 Roland Cube Street Battery Powered Busker's Amplifier, Black
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Cube Street Battery Powered Busker's Amplifier, Black description:

The Roland CUBE STREET Battery Powered Amplifier. The Ultimate Amp for Travelling Musicians.

The Roland CUBE STREET is specifically designed for the musician who's on the move. Whether you're running to a rehearsal, lesson, street gig, or any situation that requires portability and versatility, the CUBE Street is a battery-powered marvel that's ready to travel fast. The CUBE Street sounds amazing and is capable of high-volume output thanks to a pair of high-performance neodymium speakers. And just wait until you hear the built-in effects and amp models!

The main features of the Roland CUBE STREET include:

  • The Ultimate Amp for Travelling Musicians
  • Compact, lightweight stereo amplifier with slanted cabinet design
  • Two high-performance 6.5 inch neodymium speakers
  • Battery driven (6 x AA, maximum 15-hour continuous use)
  • Dual-channel architecture with Guitar/Inst and Mic/Line inputs
  • 8 COSM Amps, 6 digital effects, and chromatic tuner built in
  • 2-band EQ, Delay/Reverb for the Mic/Line-channel
  • AC Adaptor included


Manufacturer: Roland

This page first created on: 30/05/2008

Customer Reviews

Malvern GB

Pros: +
Able to run on batteriesLightweightGood modulation effects2 channels inc. mic

Cons: -
No clean tone for acoustic guitars - really seems to be for electric guitars.Controls on back slope make changing settings on the fly awkward.

This customer purchased the product in April 2012