#1
SO I was at the music store today to return a pedal and they had a sale of 10% off all Roland products. In need of a practice amp, I impulse bought the Cube 15 for $119 (Canadian, before the 10% discount). So... is this amp good? Did I get a good deal? I have 30 days to return it if I don't like it. My other amp is a Vox AD100VT so I'm not buying this one for gigging really, just for practice or maybe open mic nights and stuff like that.
#2
Judging by list price, you saved about 20 dollars, but also for what you could get it for online, you payed about 20 too much,

these are American dollars, I have no idea the exchange rate...

Nice buy all the same though,

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#3
the cubes are great practice amps.. but I would never gig with one.. they don't have a sound that could just lead in music..

nonetheless you got an average deal I guess.. good practice amp.
#4
Eh, not really - the 15 is the worst in the Cube series as it doesn't have the amp modelling which makes them so good.
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