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Roland Blues Cube Stage and Artist Amps Revealed
The Blues Cube Stage and Artist guitar amps include Roland's Tube Logic design philosophy, carefully reproducing the inner workings of the tweed-era tube amp. Clean and crunch channels can be used together or seperately for a complex range of tones.
These amps have been road-tested, fine-tuned and have had feedback from top artists. Gig-ready, both Blues Cubes deliver sweet, magical tone.
Both have a vintage-vibe chassis housing a 12" speaker, four-way power control and classic open-back design.
Capture the Blues Cube sound directly to your computer with the Direct USB Recording function.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 15 Jul 2014 08:03 to category : Instruments News
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