Roland Cube Lite 10-watt 3x3" Stereo Combo Amp

10W 1-channel 3x3" Guitar Combo Amplifier with 2.1 Channel Audio, COSM Guitar Sounds, Stereo Chorus and Reverb Effects, and I-CUBE LINK Jack - Black
Roland Cube Lite 10-watt 3x3
Roland Cube Lite 10-watt 3x3
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The Domesticated CUBE

Roland's CUBE Lite compact combo amp is a fresh concept in home-friendly guitar amplification, giving you professional COSM guitar tones, iOS device integration, rich and full-sounding 2.1-channel audio, and contemporary styling that complements your living space. The CUBE Lite's 1/8" i-CUBE LINK lets you use it with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, while the CUBE JAM app lets you play along with minus-one tracks and record your playing mixed with the track. With its cutting-edge COSM guitar/amp models and smart styling, the Roland CUBE Lite wants to come home with you.

Roland CUBE Lite Compact Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Roland's COSM guitar sound makes you sound like a rock star
  • Stereo chorus and reverb effects for that professional polish
  • Contemporary looks to complement elegant residential interiors
Roland's COSM guitar sound makes you sound like a rock star

Roland's COSM modeling technology is renowned for its great guitar and amp sounds. The CUBE Lite sports clean, crunch, and extreme models that, together with the onboard drive, bass, and treble controls, let you shape your tone any way you want it.

Stereo chorus and reverb effects for that professional polish

For that professional polish, the Roland CUBE Lite offers lush stereo chorus and rich reverb effects that let you put the finishing touch on your sound.

Contemporary looks to complement elegant residential interiors

As much as your family may love music, you or your significant other may not want a guitar amp in your living room, or at least not one that looks like one. We've got good news: the Roland CUBE Lite doesn't look like a guitar amp. Maybe more like an elegant table radio, the CUBE Lite's smart, contemporary styling will complement your elegant decor while making you sound like a rock star.

Roland CUBE Lite Compact Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • Professional COSM guitar sound; stereo chorus and reverb effects
  • Compact 2.1 channel system (stereo speakers plus subwoofer) for great-sounding audio playback
  • 1/8" i-CUBE LINK for using the CUBE Lite with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
  • CUBE JAM app lets you play along with minus-one tracks and record your playing mixed with the track
  • Includes AC power adapter
Roland's CUBE Lite: a lot to love in a compact, home-friendly combo amp!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 10W
Speaker Size 3 x 3"
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 2-band
Inputs 1 x TS, 1 x Aux
Outputs 1 x Headphones
Height 5.37"
Width 9.87"
Depth 5.81"
Weight 3.75 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number CUBE-LT-BK

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Awsome Little Amp

I have been playing for years and 99% of the time I just want to plug in a guitar no effects and jam with a backing track or along with my favorite bands, not only does the over drive and clean both sound awesome but has super simple verb and chorus knob, I leave on the desk and let me tell this is more then a practice amp you could easily MIC this into any Sonar or Pro tools into anything and it really sounds awesome and crank it up it will fill the room

Great and tiny, not tinny

Just got it. Really small but loud enough to stand up to jamming in a home environment with other instruments without blowing the roof off the house anyway. Great sound. Kind of a like hearing a small set of Bose speakers when they first came out. Not much work with "dirty" channels yet. Chorus and reverb are pretty impressive. Less muddy than my 20 W solid state. Easier to operate so far. I'm not planning on performing any time soon. Been there, done that too long ago to expect rock stardom. That said, I could imagine this standing in at a small, one room venue. Truth is, when you change a setting on this, the change is audible, unlike an amp with 75 different modes. Dirty channel really dirty. Don't know how much I will use it. Middle dirty seems too be pretty cool. Haven't really experimented with either much yet. But clean is wonderful. Used a vintage Epiphone Sheraton with it so far. Clean with chorus or reverb gives me a sustain for days. I'm happy enough to stand up to my mate's disgust at my purchase of another guitar thing. It's worth it. In the market for a tiny but not tinny amp? I took a flier on this because of the size. It seems smaller and is certainly cheaper than the Yamaha desk size. I like the looks better, kind of looks like a small speaker or radio. Give it a chance. If you're looking for small but with amazing sound, I can't imagine being happier.
Music background: Long time o

Small size and amazing sound

The best small practice amp I have ever checked out till now. The small footprint OMG ! Is that for real ? And I can slip this into my cabin baggage while traveling 14000 miles around the world. I primarily purchased it to carry with me on person along with a light electric guitar. First impression is that it seems to favor humbuckers [1] Saint Blues Mississippi Blues Master - SH1n-59 neck and SH-4 JB bridge VERSUS [2] Fender 2013 Limited Edition '52 Telecaster Fralins blues special. The clean sound volume appeared a tad thin using the Tele as compared to the Saint Blues. But I am a humbucker blues guy so I am good !

Amazing Little Amp with HUGE Sound

I bought one a bit over a year ago and was amazed by and loved it immediately. Everyone asked if that little amp was pushing all that great sound through the 4x12 cabinet it was sitting on. "No, it's just the Roland Cube Lite," I'd say. Then a friend went on tour, so I gave him the little amp for the road. I missed that amp, for I Believe it makes one practice more . . . ie.. get better, faster . . . so I had to buy another one. So glad I did. Trying it out in a club soon, just to see how much space it can actually fill. Amazing sound. Do yourself a favor and get yourself one . . . or better yet two, and give one to a friend (they will appreciate it). Did I say . . . it has AMAZING sound . . . with excellent effects (reverb/chorus). I gotta say, I would LOVE it if my AC-33 sounded as good.
Music background: Various gigs in T.V., film, music & entertainment throughout my life, thank God.

Not to be under estimated. "A review from the Road"

I have had this amp for three years now and it is the best practice amp IMO for the cost and size. Why, the subwoofer + stereo speakers gives the amp a rich sound which makes up for not having 12" amp that is 4x the size and sounds as good as any SS 12" amp. Due to its small size it looks good in the office and great for travel. Mine has been all over the country on business trips. Makes a great speaker for your computer or DAP via i-Link jack. Packs into my carry on w/Traveler guitar very easily. The i-link jack allows you to use the Cube app if you have a iOS device (which I don't) but it is is great to record from to any android device with the supplied cable when on the road for pristine recordings. The jack will accept a bluetooth dongle for wireless playback, which is sweet. I did compare the Yamaha THR to this when I bought it and didn't need all the bells and whistles. The THR is a great amp but I play clean and don't use that many effects. However the Cube lite takes pedals well (even Overdrives) and better than my Blackstar ID30. With that said I can travel with a Line6 M9 or just a delay pedal and have a micro studio no matter where I am at. All fitting in a Large computer case quite well. I recently using it on the road and connected my iRig UA and Ditto Mini looper through the i-Link jack to use with my tablet or Amplitube 4 on my laptop. All I can say is WOW! You think you are playing a big rig with this set-up. This is great combo and less price that THR and more flexibility. Its low power consumption makes it great for playing out of a vehicle if you want. The clean is crisp as you would expect a JC-120 to sound. The Crunch has that EL 34 woody mid range rich tone that will satisfy any Brit Amp lover. The Extreme....well I don't ever use it so can't say too much but you can chug out chords with this setting. The Chorus is rich and lush and Reverb usable. If you want a versatile lightweight attractive guitar amp this is it.
Music background: Professional Hack
See also: Combo Amps, Roland, Roland Guitar Combo Amps