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Roland’s Latest Compact Guitar Amps

When it comes to compact guitar amps, Roland’s been on a roll — for about the last three decades. Their current lineup combines rock-solid reliability with the latest hot COSM amp models, amazing-sounding effects, and great convenience features.

CUBE-GX series combo amps give you killer COSM tone and rock-solid reliability, along with Roland’s innovative i-CUBE Link interface for your iOS devices. These 80-, 40-, and 20-watt amps sport three independent channels, putting a universe of sounds underfoot. JC Clean serves up the classic cleans of Roland’s revered JC-120; Lead delivers a selection of legendary amp models; and Solo is fully programmable, letting you store your favorites along with EQ and effects settings. You also get awesome onboard effects, plus delay and reverb. CUBE amps made their mark as high-performance practice and studio amps. They still are (as the CUBE-20GX will attest), but the CUBE-40GX and CUBE-80GX have the muscle to handle just about any gig.

The Micro CUBE GX brings new functionality to Roland’s insanely popular portable combo amp. Weighing in at just six pounds, this little 3-watt beast packs a huge punch, delivering monster tone you can take anywhere. You get eight great COSM amp models and DSP effects, a built-in tuner, and Roland’s i-CUBE Link. It’s available in black, white, and red, and runs on six AA batteries or the included AC adapter.

Roland’s AC-40 acoustic guitar amp serves up rich, clear tone. Just plug in your acoustic-electric, a vocal mic, and you’re ready to rock. The AC-40 packs a pair of 6.5″ speakers with great projection, plus onboard stereo chorus and reverb for slick, professional amplified sound. You also have a 3-band EQ on each of the two channels for fine-tuning your tone. Built-in feedback protection keeps your guitar from howling when you’re close to the amp.

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