Roland Cube Street battery powered stereo amp (red)
If you're a musician who's on the move, the new Roland CUBE Street amp is for you. Whether you're running to a rehearsal, lesson, street gig, or any situation that requires portability and versatility, the Roland CUBE Street is a battery-powered marvel that's ready to travel fast. The Roland CUBE Street sounds amazing and is capable of high-volume output thanks to a pair of high-performance neodymium speakers. And just wait until you hear the built-in effects and amp models!
- Compact, lightweight stereo amplifier with slanted cabinet design
- Two high-performance 6.5 inch 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 effects, and chromatic tuner built in
- 2-band EQ, Delay/Reverb for the Mic/Line-channel
- AC Adaptor included
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Great Sound To Go
Roland CUBE amps are famous for performance that exceeds their physical size, and the Roland CUBE Street is no exception. With two high-performance neodymium speakers onboard, this amp sounds incredible, and is capable of high-volume output that defies its physical dimensions. Best of all, it can run for up to 15 hours on just six AA alkaline batteries.
8 Amps Onboard
More than meets the eye, the Roland CUBE Street is actually 8 different amps in one via its built-in COSM amp models. From tube-driven blues classics to modern metal stacks, Roland's COSM technology is world famous for capturing every nuance of the original amps — from the preamp and circuits to the speaker.
The Roland CUBE Street amp is chock full of extra features to make your gigs easier, including a built-in chromatic tuner and digital effects processor. In addition to the aforementioned COSM amp models, you can choose from six of Roland's famous effects to enrich your sound.
The Roland CUBE Street is a guitar amp and mini PA system in one! With its dual-channel architecture and Microphone input, you can sing and play guitar through one convenient amplifier. There's even a delay and reverb devoted to the Mic/Line channel.