The Roland Blues Cube Hot is a performance-ready 30-watt compact guitar amplifier with Roland's acclaimed "Tube Logic" tone. "The Tube Logic design philosophy starts with carefully reproducing the inner workings of the revered tweed-era tube amp in every way, from guitar input to speaker output." Tube Logic delivers the interactive tonal behaviours of the most famous vintage tube amps. The amp also features master volume, three-band EQ, and onboard reverb, plus footswitchable Boost for natural crunch and Tone for bright presence, four-way Power Control (0.5 W, 5 W, 15 W, Max) allows for cranked-up tones at any volume, classic open-back design with custom 12-inch speaker and poplar cabinet for enhanced presence on stage, and USB output for high-quality direct recording to a computer. The Blues Cube Hot has a stylish and modern look with a vintage vibe, and its efficient and lightweight design make it easily portable too.
Rated Power Output - 30 W
Nominal Input Level - INPUT: -10 dBu (1 M ohm), Speaker30 cm (12 inches) x 1
Controls - Power Switch, Boost Button, Tone Button, Volume Knob, Bass Knob, Middle Knob, Treble Knob, Reverb Knob, Master Knob
Power Control Switch - 0.5 W, 5 W, 15 W, MAX
Indicators - BOOST, TONE, POWER
Connectors - INPUT jack: 1/4-inch phone type, LINE OUT jack: 1/4-inch phone type, PHONES jack: Stereo 1/4-inch phone type, FOOT SW (TIP: BOOST, RING: TONE) jack: 1/4-inch TRS phone type, REC OUT port: USB type B, AC IN jack
Power Consumption - 33 W
Cabinet Material - Poplar
Speaker - Custom 12-inch
Width - 433mm (17-1/16")
Depth - 239mm (9-7/16")
Height - 413mm (16-5/16")
Weight - 12.6 kg (27 lbs 13 oz.)
Accessories - Owner’s manual, Power cord
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