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Manufacturer's ID: CUBESTRED
What we say:
Possibly the world's most popular busking amp, Roland's Cube Street is a solid, sweet sounding, no-brainer of a choice for musicians and performers of all descriptions who want to take their act to the world's streets!
Anyone can use this but it has been designed around singers who play guitar, be that electric or electro-acoustic. The instrument channel contains a selection of different amp models with a three band EQ and effects that can be dialled in to nail the exact sound you're after.
The mic channel (with a balanced XLR input for better audio quality with the vocals than a standard 1/4" jack would deliver) has a two band EQ and a combined reverb/delay knob for professional sounding ambience. An Aux in allows you to connect a phone or mp3 player to perform alongside backing tracks or anything else!
Two surprisingly loud speakers (made with lightweight and efficient neodymium) project your music well into whichever public space you decide. This is all battery powered of course! You can connect a power supply too for those moments when mains power is available and appropriate.
You will have already seen these amps countless times in every major city on Earth: they are simply the correct choice for street-performing musicians.
The Cube Street comes in two colours: this one is Red.
SpecificationThe CUBE Street sounds amazing and is capable of high-volume output thanks to dual (or two) digital power amps and a pair of high-performance neodymium speakers. And just wait until you hear the built-in Boss effects and amp models!
- Compact, lightweight stereo amplifier with slanted cabinet design
- Two high-performance 6.5” neodymium speakers
- Battery driven (6 x AA, maximum 15-hour continuous use)
- Dual-channel architecture with Guitar/Inst and Mic/Line inputs
- 8 COSM® AMPs, 6 digital Boss effects, and Boss chromatic tuner built in
- 2-band EQ, Delay/Reverb for the Mic/Line-channel
- AC Adaptor included
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