I'm thinking of either the Roland Cube 15 or the MicroCube as a practice amp....I'm looking for opinions on which of the two would do a better job as a personal practice amp.
My Micro has been serving me well for over a year. The tones are very acceptable for practice. The effects don't suck. In general, it's not half-bad. And I WOULD buy another if mine broke or was stolen.Originally posted by screamingdaisy
That's good to hear (about the Micro that is).
Honestly, I'm leaning towards the Micro myself (battery powered and onboard FX being a large reason)....I'm just checking to make sure I haven't overlooked the Cube 15 first.
Seems I put this in the wrong forum by mistake....maybe one of the mods'll move it to amps for me.....
I remember trying out the MicroCube and it was a really cool practice amp. Plus, the NAMM video for the MicroCube was cool. The Roland rep was spinning around with the MicroCube strapped onto him for a fake Leslie effect for the camera.Originally posted by screamingdaisy
Thanks for the opinions guys....I picked one up this afternoon along with a CE-2....
I like every model except the R-Fier; it's too over-the-top. The gain is buzzy and becomes useless much past 12:00, and there's a harsh high end I can't dial out.
The odd thing is....my main amp is a Rectifier.....