Roland Blues Cube Stage 60-watt 1x12" Combo Amp - Blonde

60-watt 2-channel 1x12" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Tube Logic Design, Onboard Reverb, USB Record Out, and Variable Power Output
Roland Blues Cube Stage 60-watt 1x12
Roland Blues Cube Stage 60-watt 1x12
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The Roland Blues Cube is Back and Better Than Ever!

The reinvented Roland Blues Cube Stage combo guitar amplifier delivers vintage-flavored tube tone and response in a gig-ready package. Roland's Tube Logic circuitry reproduces every stage of a tweed-era amplifier from preamp to power amp to speaker output. This 2-channel amp offers a large tonal palette and a variable power output, so you'll be ready for any gig. The versatile and powerful Roland Blues Cube Stage combo amplifier delivers vintage tube tone and the touch response you want from an amplifier. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer to order yours today!

Roland Blues Cube Stage 60-watt Combo Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Vintage amp tone and response with modern technology
  • Dual channels for a wide range of tones
  • The flexibility and functionality you need for any gig
Vintage amp tone and response with modern technology

Roland's Tube Logic design brings classic tweed tones to the Blues Cube Stage combo amplifier. Every aspect of these much-loved vintage amps from the preamp and output tube characteristics to the power supply compression to the speaker output is found in the Roland Blues Cube Stage. Pick players and fingerstyle players will love the touch response and sensitivity of this master-crafted amp. Sweetwater knows that amp tone and response are important to you, and we're confident that the Roland Blues Cube Stage can do the job.

Dual channels for a wide range of tones

The Roland Blues Cube Stage gives you two killer channels for all your gigging needs. The clean channel's volume adds tube fatness and bite as you turn it up - just like a tube amp. The variable gain of the crunch channel lets you dial in the perfect amount of grit to your tone. Each channel has its own tone-sculpting boost and tone switches. The Roland Blues Cube Stage's cool dual tone switch lets you jumper the channels together to create extra-fat tones. High-quality reverb sounds great and adds dimension to your tone. Add to this a custom 12" speaker and you have a tonally versatile amp that's ready to gig!

The flexibility and functionality you need for any gig

Designed to work in any situation, the Roland Blues Cube Stage is loaded with useful features. The power control offers four power output setting ranging from full gigging volume to 45-watt and 15-watt club/rehearsal settings and a 0.5-watt practice setting. A headphone output lets you practice at any time of the day or night without disturbing your neighbors. And the USB record output is perfect for capturing your guitar sounds directly to your computer. No matter the situation, the Roland Blues Cube Stage combo amplifier is ready to go!

Roland Blues Cube Stage 60-watt Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • Gig-ready guitar amplifier with authentic tube tone and amazing touch response
  • Clean and crunch channels reproduce tweed-era amp sounds
  • Dual tone mode lets you combine both channels for an increased sonic palette
  • Roland Tube Logic design offer the tonal behaviors of vintage tube amps from preamp to output distortion and more
  • Power control lets you change the output wattage for any size of gig (0.5-watt, 15-watt, 45-watt, and 60-watt)
  • High-quality reverb delivers vintage-vibed tone
  • Record directly to your computer via the USB output
  • Open-back design with custom 12" speaker
  • Optional footswitch for channel select and dual tone
Roland takes classic amp tone to a new level with the Roland Blues Cube Stage combo amp!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 60W/45W/15W/0.5W
Speaker Size 1 x 12"
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Inputs 2 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
USB 1 x Type B
Footswitch I/O Yes
Height 18.31"
Width 20.20"
Depth 9.61"
Weight 30.87 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number BC-Stage

Customer Reviews

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Best amp at any price!

I've been playing guitar for over 30 years, I'm also a sound engineer with studio and live performance experience. This Roland Blues Cube Stage 60 totally nails the tone. I've used mine for formal jazz gigs and the power control really works well, it had all the sag you expect from a tube amp and very warm sounding with a tight bottom end. I own a Rivera-era Fender Twin, a '64 Fender Deluxe Reverb and other noteworthy amps. This is the most realistic tube type tone I've ever experienced, a very versatile amp indeed! We'll worth the price, sounds great with all my electric guitars ( Strats, Les Paul,SG's, Hamer archtop etc.) I highly recommend it!
Music background: California

Blues Cube 60

I have used tube amps for years because of the lack of clean tone on most solid state amps...though I have owned a few Lab series amps, a few Peavey Bandits and a Jazz Chorus 120 (lbs?) a Peavey stereo Chorus 2 x 12 over the last 30 + years... They all had a certain character to them....none of them ever sounded like my Twin Reverbs or the Bassman I had in the 60's.....Until now...The Cube will be the last amp I will ever buy new...I got mine $528.00 from a different store on a blow out sale...The covering has been abused as a demo amp....But for the price I'll use it just the way it is....The only negative I see is the lack of a dedicated foot switch for it though ads say footswitch optional....what is it???...The over all tone is great ...the amp tones do not change hardly at all as you flip the power settings...the distortion side is not your heavy metal or even heavy anything ...which I pedals do the rest and I need not worry all that much about the footswitch....though my gigs are not so high profile anymore so I am allowed to press buttons on my amp...I have an 87 Strat w/ maple board that has the sparkle with warmth the amp provides. Punchy. I have a 2000 SG that sounds huge warm clean or powerful grunged with the distortion on. The weight is less than my Fender Deluxe Reverb weighed by about I guess 10 lbs...I'd have to google that to be sure.....As I said before all the pedals I use ...not many...all sound good...all in all I never have to change tubes again. This amp is worth the full amount and another good feature ...this is the smallest Cube to still have the port for the tone capsules....I have tried the Eric Johnson capsule through this amp about 7 or more months ago....It was Eric Johnson...y ....but I am ordering a cheaper pedal that I know will give me a similar or better sound for a lot less least better for me...
Music background: 52 years of making money from playing...

Great Solid State Amp!!

My main amp has been a Mesa Lonestar Special 2X12 which I normally run with the clean channel at 15 watts and the dirty channel at 5 watts. I wanted something that could come quite close to the Mesa's tone, that would be much more portable. I've been gigging with this amp for about 3 months now and am very satisfied. It comes WAY closer to tube tone and feel than I ever expected. I've used it unmiked in small clubs, miked in large clubs and miked for a few outdoor shows. It has performed well in all cases. I especially like the extremely versatile power settings......makes it easy to match up with the venue size!! I'd buy it again!!

Blues Cube

my 3rd yet
Music background: Arkansas

Game-Changing Tone

I've been playing professionally for 35 years, and for most of that time, I've been an analog/tube snob. But tube amps are heavy (I'm getting old), temperamental, and expensive to maintain. I'd owned a JC-120, along with over two dozen Boss pedals and all kinds of Roland gear. While not always know for pleasing tone purists, I've trusted Boss/Roland stuff to be the most consistently reliable gear there is. So fter viewing stellar review videos, I tried the amp out. It sounds like a 1x12 Bassman! It reacts to dynamics like a tube amp, but it keeps its tone with power and volume changes better than a tube amp. The Tone and Boost functions on each channel are helpful when using different pickups, I just wish the boost was footswitchable. The clean channel is not at all like a Roland JC. It's very Fender-y, and it breaks up at higher volumes. On the lowest power setting, breakup happens at low volume, with a Champ-like sound. The gain channel has a a good amount of overdrive, going into Angus territory, but not metal. I disagree with reviewer who said the amp doesn't have enough gain--maybe if the signal going into the amp is too weak, or some other factor. And the dual tone function is a huge bonus; it allows more picking dynamics to come through, and lets modulation pedals shimmer with overdrive. Both channels share EQ, which is a minor bummer. At the 60 watt setting, this thing is LOUD, with a good deal of headroom. At all volumes, it plays well with all kinds of pedals--very well. Nothing farts out like on even the best tube amps. Overall, this is an awesome, gig-worthy amp for any style (just get a metal pedal for metal). At 35 lbs, it's a spine-saver.
Music background: Stage and studio player for 35 years
See also: Combo Amps, Roland, Roland Guitar Combo Amps