#1
This question refers to this amp: Roland Micro Cube

Does it work for bass guitar? Including most of the effects, especially distortion. If it doesn't can you point me towards a similar amp for bass?
#2
it'll work, but it'll sound like garbage.
My name is Charlie.

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#4
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Cube30-Bass-Combo-1X10-Amp?sku=480178
its more expensive than the guitar one, but at least you won't have to worry about frying the speaker.
#5
Get a good amp that you can't carry in the palm of your hand. Anything that's smaller than the body of your bass generally blows unless it's a high-wattage system.
#6
Quote by hurpes
This question refers to this amp: Roland Micro Cube

Does it work for bass guitar? Including most of the effects, especially distortion. If it doesn't can you point me towards a similar amp for bass?


the cube amps...mostly the smaller micro cube has an easy to blow out speaker on board so i would not let anyone play a bass through mine.........

get yourself a proper amp and FX pedals.
#7
I've tried it because i was desperate.

Its terrible.
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-Jim Morrison
#8
The speaker is too small, it will sound really bad.

Yah try the Bass Cube.. Roland uses really good speakers in their amps so this thing should be very nice.
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#9
Besides being a guitar player, I'm a big fan of the guitar. I love that damn instrument. Steve Vai

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