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Not too bad - Reviews Roland M-Cube-Bass-RX

Well this is basically the exact same amp as the guitar rx but just tailored towards bass. So the amp models are bass models and that really is it. The effects are the same as well as the drums patterns and other features. It doesn't sound that bad either.

Roland MICRO CUBE BASS RX Compact Bass Guitar Amplifier Features

Stereo power amplifiers and four newly developed 4" speakers
Eight COSM amps, six digital effects, and chromatic tuner built in
Rhythm Guide function for practical rhythm training
Stereo aux input for CD/MP3 players, Phones/Recording out
Battery driven (6 x AA, maximum 13-hour continuous use)
AC adaptor included
Compact enclosure with carrying strap


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Power 4W (2 x 2W Stereo)
Speakers 4 x 4"
EQ Bass, Middle, Treble
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 8
Number of Tubes 0
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 2 x Aux (1/8" Stereo, 1/4" Mono)
Outputs 1 x Rec/Headphone (1/4")
Footswitch I/O
No Effects Loop
Height 11.63"
Width 11.69"
Depth 8.38"
Weight 15 lbs.


The tone is rather appealing and solid for the price of this amp. Bass amps are sometimes hit or miss in that they just don't project solid low tones and can't handle any more than a 4 string guitar. I play a five string and this amp can handle even a 6 string without getting flubby or wolfy sounding.


At new these amps come in at around $260, which is not bad for the price. It has several different models to choose from and and plenty of effects if that is your thing. For me I don't use any effects other than a drive pedal or something like. Sometimes a chorus pedal but that is about it.

If you need a good sounding practice bass amp then this is a great amp for the money. It has a headphone jack and a line out for going straight to the PA system.