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Big stereo sound that you can take anywhere.

With its compact size and battery-powered operation, Roland's CUBE Street was a huge hit among traveling musicians. Now, the new CUBE Street EX infuses the popular mobile amp with a huge performance upgrade that delivers more projection, more channels and more versatility. It offers 50W of power and a stereo speaker system with dual 8" woofers, and 2" tweeters provide clean, punchy sound for larger crowds, while four independent channels offer abundant connections for a variety of mics and instruments. Detailed sound adjustment is available with separate EQ and reverb controls, and great guitar tones are dialed in easily with the onboard COSM amps. Selectable power modes provide up to 20 hours of operation with eight AA batteries, and two CUBE Street EX units can be linked together for more sound coverage if needed. And with i-CUBE LINK, you can even plug in your iPhone or iPad to play backing music and record your performances.

COSM Models
The CUBE Street EX makes it easy for guitarists to plug in and get pro sounds immediately. COSM tones for electric guitar include Lead, Crunch, and Clean, plus an Acoustic Simulator for extra versatility from a single axe. There's also an AC preamp optimized for acoustic/electric guitar and a convenient built-in tuner. Chorus/delay and reverb effects are available as well, and these can be turned on/off with optional footswitches while performing.

FEATURES
Power: 50W (25W & 25W stereo)
AC or battery-powered (5 hours at 50W; 10 hours at 25W; 20 hours at 10W)
Speakers: 2x8" woofers; 2x2" tweeters
Four independent channels for connecting a variety of mics, instruments, and audio devices
Two XLR mic inputs allow two vocalists to perform at once
COSM tones for electric guitar, including Clean, Crunch, and Lead; preamp for acoustic guitar provides clean, natural sound
Angled back for use as a stage monitor; mounting hole for use with optional ST-A95 Speaker Stand
Stereo Line Out jacks for connecting to an external sound system when used as a stage monitor
Stereo Link jacks to connect a second CUBE Street EX for broader sound coverage
Easy recording into your iPhone/iPad via i-CUBE LINK and free CUBE JAM app
Dimensions: 19.4" x 13.5" x 12.1"
Weight: 16.5 lb.

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RolandCube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier
 
4.6

(based on 43 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (29)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

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95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Portable (39)
  • Easy to use (35)
  • Excellent sound (32)
  • Good power output (29)
  • Warm / comfy (20)

Cons

  • Limited functions (3)

Best Uses

  • Performances (34)
  • Outdoor events / games (26)
  • Home studio (13)
  • Amateur recording (5)
  • Pro audio / DJ / mixing (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (21), Experienced (17), Novice (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A good, not perfect solution

I received this two weeks ago from MF, who matched the lower price listed at another on-line retailer. When I ordered it, it was backordered at both retailers with a sooner ship date...Read complete review

I received this two weeks ago from MF, who matched the lower price listed at another on-line retailer. When I ordered it, it was backordered at both retailers with a sooner ship date from MF. The projected ship date slipped out a few weeks as I assume MF sold out their anticipated deliveries from Roland, but ultimately mine shipped on the day projected when I ordered it. Good that it shipped on time, bad that MF lumped my projected ship date in with whatever was the current new order projection when I checked my backorder online.

So, is it 50 watts? Subjectively, I think Fender Deluxe Reverb (20 watts) when I drive it loud enough to distort, and then back off, on batteries, which is still impressively loud. For you heavy metal types, the power amp distortion was actually musical and you might be able to push this thing harder for electric guitar.

As an electrical engineer, and knowing that 8 AA NiMH x 2.4 AH x 1.2V is roughly 24 watt-hours, the peak usable current for an AA is ~2 Amps yielding ~<20 watts, that the peak-to-average ratio for pop music is roughly 10, and that Roland says this thing can do 5 hours at "50 watts"; I would guess the 50 watts is peak power that it can sustain briefly out of a capacitor charged by the batteries, that the sustained RMS for hours on batteries is probably closer to 5 watts RMS, and the sustained power for minutes (old style RMS) is roughly 20 watts.

For my QSC K-10, I find it sounds good with no EQ sitting on the floor with the bass cut enabled. On a stand, no bass cut and I usually back off the treble on my guitar and run vocals flat EQ'ed. I find the Street Ex sounds good flat EQ on the floor when standing on its end. All the effects are usable except the acoustic guitar simulator which sounds noisy and bad (the one in my Zoom MS-50G sounds better, but with a T5z I will use neither). The electric guitar amp simulations have no pre-gain control but still seem pretty good and I don't miss that control like I thought I would (obviously the guitar's volume control has that task exclusively with this feature). Using the 3.5mm stereo input for music requires a little bass boost on the source side to sound best to me.

It is very light and seems nicely sturdy. All the controls have threaded nuts holding them in place (nice).

We played out last Sunday with the Street Ex for about 100 people in a pavilion with a roof, no walls, and no AC power. I played my T5z as an acoustic and as an electric using a Zoom MS50G for distortion, and my duo partner alternated between his Taylor GC8 ES1, Ibanez bass, and Martin D12-20 K&K all through a Baggs Venue. I used the two XLR inputs on the Ex for our mics and put the two guitar pedals into line inputs (we used the 1/4" no volume control one on the back and the 1/4" one with a volume control). We were plenty loud and even ended up turning down. Prior to turning down we did drive a little distortion out of the amp.

To me the amp is voiced bright and sounds best on the ground. Since we had it up on a stand we had to boost the bass and cut the treble either with the guitar pedals or the amp's channel controls for the mics. If I had the day to do over, I would have brought a battery powered mixer and put everything through one channel on the Street Ex and equalized everything one time for the amp's brightness on a pole stand.

The vocals sounded excellent, acoustic guitars were fine, and the bass was OK if you don't mind the fundamental being greatly attenuated (no way this can really reproduce a thumping bass...which luckily we don't need). After playing three sets with the Street Ex power switch set to max the amp's battery meter still said we had a full charge. Recharging the NiMH AAs when I got home took long enough to indicate they were fairly well used.

All in all I am happy it could do the job better than its predecessor, a Roland KC-110 which got hopelessly compressed and distorted with any bass guitar when on batteries, but there is no way I would use it in place of my QSC K-10 if AC power was available. We played the day before with the K-10 (a very large room with 200+ people) and the K-10 is a big step up (even ignoring the power of the K-10 and the the light weight of the Street Ex).

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

No Tweaking here

With just 4 guitar patches, there just aren't enough variations. You the treb, mid, bass but that's it. It's ether love it or leave it. I left mine and got my money...Read complete review

With just 4 guitar patches, there just aren't enough variations. You the treb, mid, bass but that's it. It's ether love it or leave it. I left mine and got my money back.
MP3 sound was just okay,.

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(44 of 49 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

A good, not perfect solution

By Jon Fields

from Allentown, PA

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Portable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

    I received this two weeks ago from MF, who matched the lower price listed at another on-line retailer. When I ordered it, it was backordered at both retailers with a sooner ship date from MF. The projected ship date slipped out a few weeks as I assume MF sold out their anticipated deliveries from Roland, but ultimately mine shipped on the day projected when I ordered it. Good that it shipped on time, bad that MF lumped my projected ship date in with whatever was the current new order projection when I checked my backorder online.

    So, is it 50 watts? Subjectively, I think Fender Deluxe Reverb (20 watts) when I drive it loud enough to distort, and then back off, on batteries, which is still impressively loud. For you heavy metal types, the power amp distortion was actually musical and you might be able to push this thing harder for electric guitar.

    As an electrical engineer, and knowing that 8 AA NiMH x 2.4 AH x 1.2V is roughly 24 watt-hours, the peak usable current for an AA is ~2 Amps yielding ~<20 watts, that the peak-to-average ratio for pop music is roughly 10, and that Roland says this thing can do 5 hours at "50 watts"; I would guess the 50 watts is peak power that it can sustain briefly out of a capacitor charged by the batteries, that the sustained RMS for hours on batteries is probably closer to 5 watts RMS, and the sustained power for minutes (old style RMS) is roughly 20 watts.

    For my QSC K-10, I find it sounds good with no EQ sitting on the floor with the bass cut enabled. On a stand, no bass cut and I usually back off the treble on my guitar and run vocals flat EQ'ed. I find the Street Ex sounds good flat EQ on the floor when standing on its end. All the effects are usable except the acoustic guitar simulator which sounds noisy and bad (the one in my Zoom MS-50G sounds better, but with a T5z I will use neither). The electric guitar amp simulations have no pre-gain control but still seem pretty good and I don't miss that control like I thought I would (obviously the guitar's volume control has that task exclusively with this feature). Using the 3.5mm stereo input for music requires a little bass boost on the source side to sound best to me.

    It is very light and seems nicely sturdy. All the controls have threaded nuts holding them in place (nice).

    We played out last Sunday with the Street Ex for about 100 people in a pavilion with a roof, no walls, and no AC power. I played my T5z as an acoustic and as an electric using a Zoom MS50G for distortion, and my duo partner alternated between his Taylor GC8 ES1, Ibanez bass, and Martin D12-20 K&K all through a Baggs Venue. I used the two XLR inputs on the Ex for our mics and put the two guitar pedals into line inputs (we used the 1/4" no volume control one on the back and the 1/4" one with a volume control). We were plenty loud and even ended up turning down. Prior to turning down we did drive a little distortion out of the amp.

    To me the amp is voiced bright and sounds best on the ground. Since we had it up on a stand we had to boost the bass and cut the treble either with the guitar pedals or the amp's channel controls for the mics. If I had the day to do over, I would have brought a battery powered mixer and put everything through one channel on the Street Ex and equalized everything one time for the amp's brightness on a pole stand.

    The vocals sounded excellent, acoustic guitars were fine, and the bass was OK if you don't mind the fundamental being greatly attenuated (no way this can really reproduce a thumping bass...which luckily we don't need). After playing three sets with the Street Ex power switch set to max the amp's battery meter still said we had a full charge. Recharging the NiMH AAs when I got home took long enough to indicate they were fairly well used.

    All in all I am happy it could do the job better than its predecessor, a Roland KC-110 which got hopelessly compressed and distorted with any bass guitar when on batteries, but there is no way I would use it in place of my QSC K-10 if AC power was available. We played the day before with the K-10 (a very large room with 200+ people) and the K-10 is a big step up (even ignoring the power of the K-10 and the the light weight of the Street Ex).

    (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    So far, so great

    By Angelic Strings

    from Austin, TX

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Events
      • Performances

      Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

      Professional multi-instrumentalist; primarily harp (20+ years experience). Often we pay money to attend 'Bridal Extravaganzas' & must compete with DJs to be heard with a huge background noise level. Amplification is often a must, but my previous lightest equipment was a Jazz floor amp (Workingman's 10 Combo SWR with AC power), & Mackie DFX-6 Mixer. Probably weighed over 40 lbs total (though I don't have a scale to confirm). Although I don't currently need the reverb, delay options on this system, it's a bonus; and the Apple input jack is definitely a plus. With battery power & weighing only 16 lbs, this equipment is an awesome improvement over my previous 'portable' system, and worked well at our wedding show this past weekend. This amplifier has several power output options, and I was able to use it on the economy setting the entire time (though if it had been a bit louder at the event, I would have needed to increase the power output to the mid-level option). I was able to use the 3rd line input for my wife's viola with her acoustic pickup, the other two lines for mic inputs (harp & viola) with basic Shure microphones.

      (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      LOTS OF OPTIONS QUITE PORTABLE BUT...

      By Blues n stuff

      from Southern California

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Portable
      • Powerful

      Cons

      • NEEDS BETTER SPEAKERS

      Best Uses

        Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

        I've had countless acoustic amps. This amp delivers nicely and is very portable. However it needs some help in the speaker department. To me the sound is plain and thin. It is fine for most use but not what I am use to with an acoustic guitar. I put in Jensen Mod 20, 8", 4 ohm speakers. A world of difference. Nice deep, sound. Great bottom end and mid. Same for the vocal channel. Now it is amazing to play. Again it's OK stock but its killer with the Jensen's.

        (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Excellent sound when tweaked.

        By Banjo Dave

        from Fl

        About Me Professional Musician

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        Pros

        • Connectivity
        • Light weight
        • Sound quality

        Cons

        • Choirus
        • Needs 2 Mikeguitars
        • Reverb

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances

        Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

        I have owned the smaller version Street cube for years and have been amazed at the quality of the unit. I have been waiting for something a little bigger to come along. Roland did a great job on this bigger version. It has an amazing sound and lots of power. The vocals are amazing.I use the smaller cube for a monitor to get the great stereo sound. I can imagine how good another cube would be hooked up in stereo. That would be 2 stereo mains and a stereo monitor. Wow!!!

        (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Great portable amp!

        By Bluegrass 1

        from North Carolina

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable
        • Powerful

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances

        Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

        I needed a portable amp with several channels and optional set up capability and this hit the mark. My needs where to set up two vocals, a hammered dulcimer (pre-amped) and an acoustic guitar for a wedding where no electric is available. On board effects are great. I also found out I can run a 1/4 line from the phone jack to a larger mixer to increase its usable channels as long as I use the pad button. I have several other Roland products and have always been satisfied.

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Excellent Amp fo AA battery power

        By DP

        from Michigan's thumb.

        About Me Professional Musician

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable
        • Powerful

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Events
          • Home Studio
          • Performances

          Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

          First, let me say that I very seldom give a 5 star rating...I would give this 4.5 if there were fractional increments. Slightly overpriced in my opinion, but I got it discounted...I have a regular cube street and I really like it, but I wanted something more powerful. This is it. I got this discounted as an open box item. Obviously someone was not happy with it. It is what it is...a battery powered amp...AA's for goodness sake. It's awesome for what it is. I even play my bass thru it and it's acceptable. It keeps up with my drummer, too. So if I don't want to power up the pa this gets the job done. It's quite a step up from my smaller cube street. More inputs, more power, more everything. Works great as a monitor, too.

          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Mobile Acoustic Guitarists' Rejoice!

          By Bob S.

          from Columbus Ohio

          About Me Professional Musician

          See all my reviews

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Excellent Sound
          • Good Warmth
          • Portable
          • Powerful
          • Versatile

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Events
          • Giving Lessons
          • Home Studio
          • Performances
          • Practicing

          Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

          I recently used this sweetheart for the first time performing a concert in a small to medium sized auditorium. I had it set on normal, half volume on both amp and guitar. Plenty of sound to keep up with the bass and drums and filled the room with great acoustic guitar sound. It's light weight and compact size was also a back-saver and easy to transport. Can't wait to use it on my next gig (restaurant, outside patio). I say Yeah! Thanks Roland.

          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Cool busking amp!

          By Davankay

          from California

          About Me Novice

          Pros

          • Clean Bright Sound
          • Easy To Use
          • Excellent Sound
          • Portable
          • Powerful

          Cons

          • Limited Functions
          • Limited Vocal Effects

          Best Uses

          • Busking
          • Events
          • Performances

          Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

          I like the amp but would have preferred it came with more vocal processing options. The instrument channel allows you to take chorus or delay but not both. (Sometimes I like light chorus with some delay but I am a novice so that may be an immaturity in my style.) Two channels of vocals with some preset wet sounds and separate delay and reverb would improve the amp for me. We will be buying a vocal processor to feed the vocal channel as a result. We are really enjoying the acoustic simulator option on the guitar channel.

          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great Portable Amp

          By 90 dB

          from Florida

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

          • Excellent Sound
          • Portable
          • Powerful

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

              We already have the Cube Street,and a Crate Taxi for busking in the street. This little amp blows them both away. We're using it for backing tracks and as an auxilliary bass amp, and the sound is loud and clear.

              The features on this amp make it unique, and the power-saver faeture is great. Roland hit a home run with this amp!

              (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Roland cube XE Street

              By Banjo Dave

              from Fl

              About Me Professional Musician

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              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Excellent Sound
              • Good Warmth
              • Portable
              • Powerful

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Events
                • Home Studio
                • Performances

                Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                I have just received my second XE and hooked them together by the stereo link. It increased the power output by x2 it is very powerful and maintains the quality of the sterio sound.
                The only fault I find in the unit is the amp modeling could be better. Significant power loss when using acoustic settingsThe other difficulty I have is speaker placement. Using amp stands gets the sound up but it loses a little quality when raised. I have not used this set up for a gig yet. So, it may all work out later after gaining more experience.
                So far. So good.

                (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                My second Street EX

                By Joe in TN

                from East Tennessee

                About Me Experienced

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Excellent Sound
                • Portable

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Events
                  • Home Studio
                  • Performances

                  Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                  Now use 2 Cube Street EXs and a Behringer 1002B mixer for a small group small venue PA, with a Cube Street as a monitor. All can run on battery power, and I am very pleased with the setup. Stereo Link works as advertised between the EXs, and the "normal" power setting gives ample output and excellent battery life. I use standard stands with slip on adapters for the EXs.

                  (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  will be buying another

                  By Jafi

                  from PA

                  About Me Experienced

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                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Excellent Sound
                  • Good Warmth
                  • Portable
                  • Powerful

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Home Studio
                    • Performances

                    Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                    All this box needed was a compressor pedal.
                    The sound is amazing; acoustic or electric.
                    The love the way my PRS sounds through the clean with compression.
                    Makes me want to play forever.

                    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Love it!

                    By Ticky

                    from Alabama

                    About Me Experienced

                    See all my reviews

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Use
                    • Excellent Sound
                    • Portable
                    • Powerful

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Events

                      Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                      Great product!

                      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      4.0

                      Better than the Crate Limo except for...

                      By Kyotobusker

                      from Massaschusetts

                      About Me Professional Musician

                      Pros

                      • Easy To Use
                      • Excellent Sound
                      • Good Warmth
                      • Portable
                      • Powerful

                      Cons

                      • Limited Functions

                      Best Uses

                      • Events
                      • Performances

                      Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                      Only two issues keep me from giving this amplifier a 5 star rating; battery life and the inaccuracy of the level of power left, and the smaller range of options for effects than I had with the Crate Limo.
                      Otherwise an excellent amp for street performers and small venues.

                      (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Great sound and portable

                      By Tim

                      from Los Angeles

                      About Me Professional Musician

                      Pros

                      • Easy To Use
                      • Excellent Sound
                      • Good Warmth
                      • Portable
                      • Powerful

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Events
                        • Mobile DJ
                        • Performances

                        Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                        I use to teach music in the public schools and it does everything I need it to and it is easy to move around.

                        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        Good little system

                        By Dave

                        from OKC, OK

                        About Me Professional Musician

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Easy To Use
                        • Portable

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Performances

                          Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                          Great little system for the on-the-go musician. I have used the Roland Street Cube EX for small and medium performances and it has worked very well.

                          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                           
                          5.0

                          love this amp

                          By dono

                          from sf ca

                          About Me Professional Musician

                          See all my reviews

                          Pros

                          • Easy To Use
                          • Excellent Sound
                          • Good Warmth
                          • Portable
                          • Powerful

                          Cons

                          • None

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                            love this amp more than my mesa boogie, though I need that for band gigs,
                            powerful, acoustic sounds great, electrics sound great, vocals great.
                            Lightweight yet powerful, want another one.

                            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                             
                            5.0

                            Pleasantly Surprised

                            By DB sound

                            from Rockville,CT

                            About Me Experienced

                            Pros

                            • All-in-one
                            • Nice Sound
                            • Portable
                            • Powerful
                            • Stereo

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Events
                              • Mobile DJ
                              • Performances

                              Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                              Wanted something small/portable and easy to set up for small-room solo act. This little amp fits the bill perfectly. Inputs for mics,guitars,k'brds,cd/mp3 players. A complete portable PA system,with built-in FX. On my first test run (upon receiving the unit), I was pleasantly surprised with the sound quality. Very nice! I've only had it a short while - so cant comment on reliability. So far, I love it.

                              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                               
                              5.0

                              Great Little Amp!

                              By PCMan

                              from Saginaw, MI

                              About Me Professional Musician

                              See all my reviews

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                              Pros

                              • Easy To Use
                              • Excellent Sound
                              • Good Warmth
                              • Portable
                              • Powerful

                              Cons

                              • None

                              Best Uses

                              • Events
                              • Performances

                              Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                              These units seem to work best with NiCad Rechargeable batteries more so than regular batteries. Great addition to my music arsenal!

                              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                               
                              5.0

                              Clean Sound

                              By Sue

                              from Wailuku, HI, Island of Maui

                              About Me Professional Musician

                              Pros

                              • Excellent Sound
                              • Good Warmth
                              • Light To Carry
                              • Portable
                              • Powerful

                              Cons

                              • Almost Too Many Choices
                              • None

                              Best Uses

                              • Beach Gigs No Power Cord
                              • Events
                              • Performances
                              • Professional Recording

                              Comments about Roland Cube Street EX Battery Powered Stereo Guitar Amplifier:

                              Battery power is great for beach gigs as I live on Maui
                              Light to carry
                              Great sound
                              Really like the iphone input for breaks and setup
                              Refreshing change from my tube amp and being restricted to power cords

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