"I just recently got turned onto the Micro-CUBE. There needs to be a law against how much fun you can have in hotel rooms with the Micro-CUBE! Man, that little amp is cool as sh*t! [Laughs.] I tell you, there’s been so many little pocket amps, and y’know, you’ve always gotta hook up some kinda pedal rig up to it, or hook something to get your effects, or to at least get a tone you’re happy with, but not the Micro-CUBE.You have all your delays, your phases, choruses, reverbs. It’s been so much fun! I’ve had a lot of people go, “Darn, man, the tone on that tape is a killer, what are you using? “They think I’m using some big rig or something, and I tell ’em it’s a Roland Micro-CUBE, and they say, “You’ve gotta be kidding me!” And it has so many voices, man. I mean, you can play jazz, it’s got a heavy metal tone in it — you can even get a Danny Gatton rockabilly tone."more
I've tried many little amps. Low wattage and other small amps but nothing sounds better (at home, low volume) than the Micro Cube. Is the only thing that feels like a real cranked tube amp at low volumes.
Perfect entry level amplifier, work on power supply or on 6 AA batteries. It has 5 ampli simulator and 2 knobs for the effects (such as delay, reverb, chorus, flanger).
I bought this amp because i can't take the mustang to my guitar class (so heavy for a thirty minutes walk XD) Have a amazing clean sound with de "clean amp" setting, so bright. A like the fx too, so powerful a great chorus and reverb. I thinks is perfect if you need to take a few of effects and you don´t want to take all your pedalboard or a heavey weight tube amp, for a practise.