#1
I've never been to a Guitar Center, but I'm planning on stopping there this weekend to pick up a Roland Cube 15. Do you guys know if these amps are sold in Guitar Centers? Sorry if this is a newbish question, I just have no idea what they sell. Thanks for any help.
#2
Don't a 15! they're the worst in the series, without a lot of the nifty stuff that makes the other cubes worth it.

But yes, GC should have it in stock. Just give them a call and check.
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#3
Ok, thanks. I know it's probably not the best amp, but with my 100 dollar limit, it's looking pretty good.
#4
i've seen them there before, but they sound bad...
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i've seen them there before, but they sound bad...

comes from a guy who hated jcm 800's
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#8
sorry to steal the forum, but i tried the jcm800 the other day again, this time cranking it a little more and messing with it and it sounded really good
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#9
Ok fine, but you shouldn't have expected much from the Micro Cube
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#10
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i've seen them there before, but they sound bad...


sound quality isn't really that important in a tiny little practice amp. With 2 watts of power pushing a tiny little speaker, it just can't sound amazing. But, as a compromise of price, features and quality the microcube is great.

Now the 60, with a lot more power and 12" inch speaker does sound pretty kickass. And since the it's the same circuitry in both amps, the microcube sounds great as a recording amp.
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#11
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i've seen them there before, but they sound bad...


Lol.

Cubes have the best metal tone in a practice amp. I don't think you'll find a better metal tone in an amp unless you go tube. -.-
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