Poll: Buy the Microcube?
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View poll results: Buy the Microcube?
Buy
16 84%
Don't Buy
3 16%
Voters: 19.
#7
Amazing little amp for travelling, great for bringing my guitar into school. It takes a bit of playing around with the tone know and effects to get a decent tone, but I love it.
Dickless.
#8
I want one for a beginner/practice amp.

If you like it, and you have it, why do you care what others think of it?
#9
Great amp for the money, i just bought one 1 week ago. The tone isn't the best but for practice is very good for the price. The only issue is the tiny speaker, i plug it through another amp (Crate GX10) with bigger speaker, the sound improved a lot and i can use the EQ of the amp.
Besides being a guitar player, I'm a big fan of the guitar. I love that damn instrument. Steve Vai

Gear:
Kramer Striker FR422SM
Roland Microcube
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm picks


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Last edited by El Cumanés at Mar 1, 2007,
#10
Is the ...um.. Roland one...better than the microcube? I noticed a small price difference, or is that just because the Roland is a little newer than microcube?
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#11
The microcube is a Roland product too, part of the Cube series.
Besides being a guitar player, I'm a big fan of the guitar. I love that damn instrument. Steve Vai

Gear:
Kramer Striker FR422SM
Roland Microcube
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm picks


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#12
I think it's pretty great. The effects are good, and the gain is nice, but the lack of tone shaping is a bit of a letdown.

But then again, I'm a newb in guitar amplification.
#15
I really don't like it's tone. If you want a small practice amp, I'd go with a Pignose. Those aren't too bad honestly.
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#16
Quote by Kartman
I really don't like it's tone. If you want a small practice amp, I'd go with a Pignose. Those aren't too bad honestly.

No distortion, otherwise Pignose ftw.
Dickless.