#1
anyone know anything about this?
it seems like a handy little thing to have around, but i wanna make sure that im not losing anything from buying it.
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#2
cracking little piece of kit, sounds incredibly good for a weenie little amp and it's great fun at parties.
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#3
Just tried one yesterday. Wish they made 'em back when I started. Great sounds for the price.
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#4
Great amp, the portability make them unique. Here's some clip files that i recorded myself with this amp: http://amlc.dmusic.com/
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#5
Battery powered, hmm

It can be run on AC power too, so.


That, for a battery powered cubie, is pretty amazing.

Just imagine if you can crank it, for weirdos out there who like clipping...:S
#6
The microcube is a godsend. And for the price...
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