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Roland Cube-30 Bass Combo 1X10 Amp

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When it comes to compact bass amplifiers, the Roland Cube-30 Bass Combo Amp is in a class all its own. Powerful and lightweight, the Roland Cube-30 c...Click To Read More About This Product

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Small but mighty!

When it comes to compact bass amplifiers, the Roland Cube-30 Bass Combo Amp is in a class all its own. Powerful and lightweight, the Roland Cube-30 combines a 30W amplifier with a 10" speaker and DSP modeling to crank out a range of popular bass amp sounds. Roland also gives you onboard compression, Shape switch, 3-band EQ, and digital effects with the Cube-30 Bass Combo.

FEATURES
  • 30W of power
  • 10" coaxial-design speaker
  • 6 bass amp models
  • Shape switch
  • 5 high-quality DSP effects: reverb, delay, chorus, flanger and T-Wah
  • 3-band EQ
  • Compression
  • Auxiliary and footswitch inputs
  • Recording/headphones output

Order now and introduce your bass to its new best friend.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Rated Power Output 30W Nominal Input Level (1 kHz) INPUT: -20 dBu,
  • AUX IN: -10 dBu
  • Speaker 10" (25cm) + Tweeter (Coaxial type)
  • Controls
  • COMPRESSION knob, SHAPE button, COSM AMP TYPE knob (OCTAVE BASS, FLIP TOP, B MAN, T.E, BASS 360, SESSION, CONCERT810), GAIN knob, VOLUME knob, BASS knob (EQUALIZER), MIDDLE knob (EQUALIZER), TREBLE knob (EQUALIZER), EFX
  • (CHORUS, FLANGER, T-WAH) knob, DELAY/REVERB, POWER switch n Indicators
  • COMPRESSION, EFX, POWER n Connectors INPUT jack (1/4" phone type), AUX IN jack
  • (stereo 1/4" phone type), RECORDING OUT/HEADPHONE jack (stereo 1/4" phone type),
  • FOOT SW jack (EFX on/off, DELAY/REVERB on/off) (stereo 1/4" phone type) n Power
  • Supply AC117V, 230V or 240V
  • Power Consumption 34W
  • Dimensions 15-1/4"W x 15"H x 9-1/4"D
  • Weight 20 lbs., 5 oz.
  • Accessories Owner's Manual
  • Options Footswitch FS-5U (BOSS)
  • Connection cable PCS-31
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4.8

(based on 17 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best practise amp getting around

There's no denying the 'fancy' brands like SWR and Eden are great at making full-size rigs, but at this level, there's no touching this thing. And provided your PA's powerful enough, there's...Read complete review

There's no denying the 'fancy' brands like SWR and Eden are great at making full-size rigs, but at this level, there's no touching this thing. And provided your PA's powerful enough, there's absolutely no reason you can't mic it up and gig with it.

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Not Loud enough!!

Of course it's a practice amp but it all depends on how "Un-Plugged" your volume needs to be. There's also no line out. Sure, you have the headphone/out but...Read complete review

Of course it's a practice amp but it all depends on how "Un-Plugged" your volume needs to be. There's also no line out. Sure, you have the headphone/out but it cuts off the internal speaker. I would have liked a line out into the board because of the amp simulators and effects and still use the 10" as my monitor.....Oh well!!

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best practise amp getting around

By koshiamamoto

from Sydney, AUS

Pros

  • Headphone Out
  • Inexpensive
  • Portable
  • Recording Out
  • Sounds fantastic
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Not A 'fancy' Brand

Best Uses

    There's no denying the 'fancy' brands like SWR and Eden are great at making full-size rigs, but at this level, there's no touching this thing. And provided your PA's powerful enough, there's absolutely no reason you can't mic it up and gig with it.

    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good for home

    By Mainly Yeti

    from Florida

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    This amp is perfect for a small home studio. I use this amp to play bass in my house over a Roland TD-3 electric drum set and a small 90watt fender guitar amp. The amp sounds great in this confined space. The effects allow for drastic adjustments in sound which offers a good bit of diversity. My only complaint is that some of the effects create a hum when used. The other sounds are crystal clear. I doubt this amp would provide much use over a large acoustic drum set, so if you need power buy something else. If your looking for a nice low to moderate volume home amp this little guy is optimal.

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Not too enthousiast

    By ProDigit

    from Miami, Fl

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    My sis owns it. I borrowed it from time to time.It has many functions, but as the 100W version, this version lacks in CAB-space, causing your 4-string to sound with no deep sound.You hear the deep- sound of the bass diminishing in volume starting from the low F/F#.The tweeter matches perfectly the speaker, and sounds awesome.Nice cab-sounds!This speaker can not be used as monitor in a band using a grandpiano, or percussion like jemb/drums; it just lacks power to cut through, but it works fine in combination with other accoustic instruments (eg. flute, guitar or un-amplified singing).Good for when playing in a 3-man band, with at most 10 people as audience, or as practice amp.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Play it before you buy it

    By Rob Gordon

    from Middle Georgia

    Adrenaline should not stop you from taking your time in the store to REALLY play each feature it brags about. 6 effects, but only 2 playable per session, 7 amp models but not really too tweakable. As a practice or recording amp (for its price)is a HEAVEN SENT GIFT... a perfect 10 !! Any other purposes it is about a "6".

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great practice amp!

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    If you want to get different amps' tone but stopped due to the budget, this amp is the one for you.How can we request more?Digital amp modeling with DSP effects. Loud enough for practice at home or playing in small gig.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    good enough

    By Demon bass

    from Undisclosed

    I've had my amp for as long as I've been playing bass and its still running pretty well (aside from a 1 or two small problems) Its a great amp for the price, small, good sound, not for gigs though made the mistake of taking it to a gig no one could hear me unless I turned it all the way up, and it doesn't work well with distortion it humms like crazy. Its perfect if you just want something small to keep at home or in a office.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great for practice

    By Crazy Catholic

    from NC

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    This is a great amp for practice, but not good for anything bigger than a small practice with your band. It has a tough time competing with an acoustic drumset but can handle an electric guitar in practice. NOT FOR GIGS THOUGH! Do not have a gig with this amp unless you don't want to be heard.

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Not Loud enough!!

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Of course it's a practice amp but it all depends on how "Un-Plugged" your volume needs to be. There's also no line out. Sure, you have the headphone/out but it cuts off the internal speaker. I would have liked a line out into the board because of the amp simulators and effects and still use the 10" as my monitor.....Oh well!!

    (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    It has so much power, but it is so compact.

    By passive-Agressive

    from MN

    Loud and powerful. Sounds great on any bass. Built in compression, chorus, flanger, delay, reverb and more. All in a small cube.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Old player with a new outlook

    By Plucking since the '60's

    from Kaneohe, HI

    Wow! I can't believe my ears. The Roland Cube-30 found a place next to my Bassman W/ 2 15s' and Marshall 2 12s'. But doing my gigs now only Rolands goes. My dream came true; a bass amp with the deep jazz bottom or popping funk and light enough for me to carry (20lbs) it and my ax all at once. My back ain't what ot used to be.Still wondering how they got all that power and variety of sounds in that little box. All thumbs up for the Roland Cube-30 combo. Thanks Roland

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Power house amp for size!!!

    By Nashville Bass Player

    from Nashville, TN

    I am a pro bass player and play a lot of fly dates. I love this amp because I can put it in my luggage and fly it to my gigs easily. It has a crisp, clear sound, plenty of volume, and can handle my 5 string with ease.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Geezer meets high-tech

    By titanicslim

    from Joplin, MO

    As an old rocker who always used Ampegs, Fender and other tube rigs, I was blown away by this little feller. I had been playing a Fender BXR300 for small rooms and jam sessions, but found that the Cube had more than enough volume. Thirty watts? How can that be? It sounds like at least twice that and is nearly as portable as my Pignose 30. But the thing that really blew me away was the modeling circuit. It really can sound like a Bassman, an SVT (a little quiteter, though) an Acoustic 160 etc. Since I play an "acoustic" flat-top with a piezo transducer, I especially appreciate that I can get a much more "wooden" sound on a few of the settings. Much less "quack" and better shaping. I am a little disappointed that there is no external jack and the footswitch only allows switching to two of the effects and not the modeling. But, hey, it didn't cost much and has features I've not found on ANY other amp! I am very happy with this rig.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing for its size

    By Moot-Gm3yo

    from Whitehorse, Yukon

    This thing is just amazing. For 30 Watts, it's huge-sounding, with pretty-darn good tone (again, for its price) and nice features: decent amp-sims and useful/fun effects. For anyone looking to learn the bass, this is the first amp you should own.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    solid sound in a tiny package!

    By Jazzhead72

    from North Canton, Ohio

    See all my reviews

    The beginning of a low price-great sounding practice amp war. Roland was first!

     
    5.0

    Great Little Amp

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Lots of features, solid build quality, high-fidelity sound. Should have had more power in this price range given the inexpensive digital amplification these days, but overall a good value.

     
    5.0

    bass cube 30

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    overall a good at home practice amp, but is a little weak in a jam session. tones are good, but could be better, and the effects are noisy.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    IT RULES!!

    By Rockbassist104

    from California

    Just what I was looking for: An amazing practice bass amplifier. Perfect! A best buy!

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