Roland Cube Street BK B-Stock

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Battery Powered Guitar ComboThe ideal amp for road use!

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Roland CUBE amps are widely known for their striking performance and the CUBE STREET doesn't make an exception. Equipped with two high performance neodymium loudspeakers it delivers unbelievable powerful and rich sound at levels you wouldn't believe possible for such a tiny amp. It conveniently runs up to 15 hours with just 6 AA alkaline batteries or as long as you want using the included power adaptor.

The CUBE STREET is the perfect amp for busking, a session at the quarry pond, the summertime concert on a lawn, practising on vacation or for warm up just before the gig, for the living room rehearsal or music lessons. This tiny battery powered power pack is a stereo amp with two channels and high class effects for microphones, acoustical and electrical guitars, keyboards and playback devices like mp3 players or drum machines. The CUBE STREET will always be at your side!

Miniature PA

The CUBE STREET is guitar amp and miniature PA in one! Thanks to the two channel design a variety of combinations is possible: 2 mics and mp3 player, mic and acoustical guitar, mic and electric guitar, mic and keyboard or two guitars...

  • 2x 6.5" Neodymium loudspeaker
  • Power rating: 2x 2.5 W
  • 2 Channels
  • Channel 1: mic/line (combined XLR/ jack socket)
  • Mic/ line switch
  • 2-Band EQ
  • Reverb/ Delay
  • Channel 2: mic/ line/ acoustical guitar/ electric guitar
  • 5 Amp modellings for electric guitar (JC-120, Fender Twin, Vox AC-30, Marshall Stack, Rectifier)
  • Acoustic simulator
  • 3-Band EQ
  • 6 DSP effects (Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, Delay, Reverb)
  • Chromatic tuner
  • Stereo Aux in (mini jack) for mp3 player
  • Headphones output (6.3mm)
  • Powered via 6x AA batteries (optional available) or via included 9V power adaptor
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 41.5 x 25 x 29.5 cm
  • Weight: 5.2 kg
  • Colour: Black

Further information

Power 5 W
Speaker 2x 6.5"
Channels 2
Reverb Yes
Effects Prozessor Yes
External FX Loop No
Line Input Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch Connector No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight 5,2 kg
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mad cruiser, 24.10.2009

Ergebnis: Drei Kritikpunkte gibt es, von denen zwei aber sicher zu beheben sind: 1. Bei Benutzung des Kopfhörerausgangs schalten die internen Lautsprecher ab, was ja an sich sinnvoll ist, aber eine Nutzung als Line Out und gleichzeitig Monitor nicht zuläßt. Also evtl. Line Out nachrüsten. Die Platzierung auf dem Boden ist ja dank der Wedgeform des Gehäuses ganz ok, ein Flansch für die Anbringung auf einem handelsüblichen Mikroständer sollte aufgrund des geringen Gewichtes möglich sein und die Reichweite noch etwas erhöhen. Auch das sollte machbar sein! Als dritten Punkt würde ich persönlich mir eine Rasterung der Effektregler wünschen, um Einstellungen besser wiederfinden zu können.

Der Kleine hat jetzt schon etlich Gigs mitgemacht und funktioniert völlig einwandfrei und zuverlässig." data-mt-lang="en-x-mtfrom-de" data-translated="Tach together! <br><br> Channel 1: Combi input jack / XLR, with a switch you can choose between Mic and Line. Simple but effective cow tail EQ. Comboffect Rev / Delay with a potentiometer to use: at left stop, then up to 12 o'clock increasingly long delays, then down to right lower reverb. For micro really is only the reverb. A simple SM 58 brings a usable volume and a full, warm sound with an appropriate height share is quickly set. There is a not inconsiderable tendency to feedback, so the positioning of the microphone must be taken into account. The volume control of this channel will therefore in practice determine how loudly the crate can be driven. <br><br> Channel 2: Klinkeningang, three-band EQ, gain and volume control. A small switch for the tuner. And now comes a modeling section, from the left, clockwise 1. neutral for acoustic instruments and keyboards, a Roland Jazz Chorus, a Fender Blackface, a VOX, a Marshall stack, a rectifier and an acoustic simulation for electric guitar. At the end there is still a position micro, which I have however not tried. There are two digital effect sections in this channel. Delay / Reverb is the same as the first channel. In the second effect, the control path of the potentiometer is divided into four sections, which increasingly control an extremely wide chorus, flanger, phaser and tremolo. The effects are too strong for my taste, can be dosed by the one-button operation also difficult to fit, but all sound appealing. As an occasionally used effect all the time for an Oh! Experience. The attainable volume is determined by the micro. A little care in its positioning, and everything will be fine. <br><br> The Takamine, the Dobro with minihumbucker at the neck and Piezo at the bridge, and the Stratocaster with Fishman Piezobridge sound very good. Depending on the instrument you have to test whether the leftmost position or the acoustics simulation fits better. Quite astonishingly good was a cheap acoustic guitar with a Dean Markley soundhole PU over the acoustics simulation. <br><br> A Strat brings good results with both JC and Blackface, but this always involves a little screw on the EQ. The VOX does not like me so, the Marshall sounds with the Steg-PU quite usable. The recti I have not tried at all. Now with the Dobro the neck PU over the slightly distorted VOX, good reverb and tremolo to it, and then there is a quite usable "Paris, Texas" -Feeling. Now the Lectraslide over the medium warped Marshall, the highs somewhat back, and a fat, compressed Slideton sounds. I really like it! <br><br> Result: There are three criticisms, but two of them are safe to fix: 1. When the headphone output is used, the internal loudspeakers switch off, which is useful in itself, but does not allow use as a line-out and at the same time monitor. So possibly line out retrofit. The placement on the floor is quite ok thanks to the wedge shape of the housing, a flange for mounting on a commercially available micro stand should be possible due to the low weight and the range still slightly increased. This should also be possible! As a third point I would personally me a rastering of the effect regulators wish to be able to better adjust settings. <br><br> The little one has already done a lot of gigs and works perfectly flawlessly and reliably." > Tach together!

Channel 1: Combi input jack / XLR, with a switch you can choose between Mic and Line. Simple but effective cow tail EQ. Comboffect Rev / Delay with a potentiometer to use: at left stop, then up to 12 o'clock increasingly long delays, then down to right lower reverb. For micro really is only the reverb. A simple SM 58 brings a usable volume and a full, warm sound with an appropriate height share is quickly set. There is a not inconsiderable tendency to feedback, so the positioning of the microphone must be taken into account. The volume control of this channel will therefore in practice determine how loudly the crate can be driven.

Channel 2: Klinkeningang, three-band EQ, gain and volume control. A small switch for the tuner. And now comes a modeling section, from the left, clockwise 1. neutral for acoustic instruments and keyboards, a Roland Jazz Chorus, a Fender Blackface, a VOX, a Marshall stack, a rectifier and an acoustic simulation for electric guitar. At the end there is still a position micro, which I have however not tried. There are two digital effect sections in this channel. Delay / Reverb is the same as the first channel. In the second effect, the control path of the potentiometer is divided into four sections, which increasingly control an extremely wide chorus, flanger, phaser and tremolo. The effects are too strong for my taste, can be dosed by the one-button operation also difficult to fit, but all sound appealing. As an occasionally used effect all the time for an Oh! Experience. The attainable volume is determined by the micro. A little care in its positioning, and everything will be fine.

The Takamine, the Dobro with minihumbucker at the neck and Piezo at the bridge, and the Stratocaster with Fishman Piezobridge sound very good. Depending on the instrument you have to test whether the leftmost position or the acoustics simulation fits better. Quite astonishingly good was a cheap acoustic guitar with a Dean Markley soundhole PU over the acoustics simulation.

A Strat brings good results with both JC and Blackface, but this always involves a little screw on the EQ. The VOX does not like me so, the Marshall sounds with the Steg-PU quite usable. The recti I have not tried at all. Now with the Dobro the neck PU over the slightly distorted VOX, good reverb and tremolo to it, and then there is a quite usable "Paris, Texas" -Feeling. Now the Lectraslide over the medium warped Marshall, the highs somewhat back, and a fat, compressed Slideton sounds. I really like it!

Result: There are three criticisms, but two of them are safe to fix: 1. When the headphone output is used, the internal loudspeakers switch off, which is useful in itself, but does not allow use as a line-out and at the same time monitor. So possibly line out retrofit. The placement on the floor is quite ok thanks to the wedge shape of the housing, a flange for mounting on a commercially available micro stand should be possible due to the low weight and the range still slightly increased. This should also be possible! As a third point I would personally me a rastering of the effect regulators wish to be able to better adjust settings.

The little one has already done a lot of gigs and works perfectly flawlessly and reliably.
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Andreas A. 909, 09.08.2015
At first I was disappointed with the sound. Clean went however distorted was the sound not so doll, which was not on the loudspeaker size. I looked for alternatives devices but found nothing. So I tried again with different settings and now it is ok. I use mic and guitar at the same time. Bottom line, the sound is sufficient and the device is equipped with the features you need. I am missing a channel foot switch clean / distorted. The volume ratio between mic and guitar as well as the guitar sounds among each other I find difficult to tune. Processing quality is impeccable. Price rather high
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