1-v-1 Product Comparison - the Marshall CODE-100 vs the Roland Micro Cube GX

Today's product comparison has Music Critic comparing the Marshall CODE-100 to the Roland Micro Cube GX. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. If you enjoy this article, you can also check out the full version here.

The first product we will be looking at is the Marshall CODE-100.

Now we will have look at an alternative, the Roland Micro Cube GX. Unbelievably this micro modeling guitar combo amp delivers 8 guitar amp models including the renowned JC-120. The battery-powered electric guitar amp models benefit from Roland's breakthrough composite object sound modeling (COSM) the latest DSP modeling technology which produces near perfect computer reproductions of sound wave effects. You would be hard pushed to find better imitation capabilities from another modeling amplifier. This Roland modeling guitar combo amp has five different built-in effects and is capable of providing amp tones suitable for playing across a diverse range of genres. Manufactured to a high quality this Roland Micro Cube GX stereo guitar combo amplifier is battery powered and is a durable ultra-compact amplification option. Perfect for practicing on the road, camping and beach days. It has a lot to offer in such a tiny package,it is an ideal choice if you are looking for a low budget modeling amp. Featuring an independent delay/reverb processor for a bit of slap-back in addition to chorus and flange, phasers and tremolo effects. Cute retro aesthetics.

Marshall CODE-100 Roland Micro Cube GX
+ Includes a 2-way footswitch
+ Loud volume level at 100 watts, great for live use.
+ Features android integration App for updates and patch sharing.

+ Can be played for up to 25 hours without an outlet using 6 AA Batteries.
+ Sweet carry strap.
+ Stereo auxiliary input to jam along to your MP3s.
+ Handy, built-in chromatic tuner.

The Marshall CODE-100 is an outstanding marvel of amplification, eliminating the need for multiple effects pedal once and for all. It really is quite limitless. It is hard to believe this modeling combo amp offers so many modeling amplification settings.

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