#1
Why does the roland cube only come in low wattages? Why don't they make a head version? The micro cube attached to a bigger speaker can give a nice studio tone.
#2
Because if it was any bigger it wouldn't be a cube, it'd be a box. The idea is that it's small and pretty portable.
#3
because beyond the wattages and configurations offered there is almost no market for the amps, because they would be in the same price range as a nice tube amp, and there is nobody who in their right mind would get a solid state amp over a tube amp.
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#4
With pedals, cubes have the best high gain ss distortion I've ever heard.
#5
Roland makes some heads but I don't think they include modeling. They are pretty pricey.
#6
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Why does the roland cube only come in low wattages? Why don't they make a head version? The micro cube attached to a bigger speaker can give a nice studio tone.

Because it is a practice amp. The idea is, if you want an amp to play shows, go tube.
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#7
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Because it is a practice amp. The idea is, if you want an amp to play shows, go tube.


Exactly!

Roland isn't about screwing you over with crappy half stack gimmicks such as the Marshall MG100head or Spider II or III head at jacked up prices.
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#9
the roland 60 is still pretty decent for gigging.
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