#1
Good decision?
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#2
No
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#3
Any suggestions?
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#4
Roland Micro Cube - if what you want is a tiny portable amp. The micro-cube even runs on batteries so you can take it busking. Much better sounding amp. The Crush sounds like a tin can.
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#5
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Roland Micro Cube - if what you want is a tiny portable amp. The micro-cube even runs on batteries so you can take it busking. Much better sounding amp. The Crush sounds like a tin can.


Well, I think I'll definitely look further in to that because one of my friends recommended it too. Thanks man.
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#7
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The Crush sounds like a tin can.



You make amps out of tin cans. That made me giggle XD
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#10


Now I have GAS for a microcube. No, I must stay true. Need tubes.
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#12
micro cube all the way, sounds so good for a little tiny box
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#13
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You make amps out of tin cans. That made me giggle XD


But they don't sound like a tin can.
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#14
I had a micro cube, sold it after 1 day. Shite.

HT1 is way better but no effects if you're bothered about them.
#15
What about the Fender Mustang Mini? I am also looking for a battery amp and the fight at the moment is between that and the Microcube with the Fender in the winning position unless someone has something bad to say about it
#16
WHATS WRONG WITH THE MICROCUBE?

I bet it's cause it says "Roland" on it, eh?
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#17
Don't know if that was aimed at me but no have nothing against Roland, have more or less only heard good things about the Microcube but the few places I have seen the two compared the Fender has come out on top. But would really want someone who have experienced both in here to have their say. The Microcube is less expensive than the Mustang and also uses AA batteries which one is more likely to having lying around than the C-batteries that go into the Mustang. But it all comes down sound in the end for me. So let me hear which one sounds the best?