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ROLAND BCTCEJ ERIC JOHNSON BLUES CUBE TONE CAPSULE FOR BLUES CUBE ARTIST AND STAGE AMPIFIERS

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Description

The reinvented Blues Cube series launches the classic 1x12 combo amp into a new era, combining genuine tube sound and response with modern reliability and easy portability.

Going far beyond modeling, Roland’s 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.

Versatile clean and crunch channels can be used independently or combined for a complex range of tones, while variable output power modes let you dial in burning, full-throttle sound at any volume.

Road-tested and fine-tuned with feedback from top players, the gig-ready Blues Cube delivers the sweet, magical tone and satisfying feel that makes a great guitar amp a highly expressive musical instrument.

Blues Cube amplifiers would ship with a sweet vintage tone right out of the box.

Eric’s custom Blues Cube tone, however, would be made available in a new and exciting product: the Eric Johnson Tone Capsule.

The Tone Capsule is a modification circuit unit that changes the tube circuit characteristic of the original Blues Cube and attaches under the amp chassis.

Once connected, the circuit modification on the Tone Capsule changes the tuning of the amp giving you custom tones and responses.

The Tube Logic design physically amplifies the analog discrete circuit with characteristics produced by DSP circuits.

Blues Cube’s basic sound quality is built upon the physical preamp and power amp.

The analog discrete circuit and DSP circuit working together produce a very advanced path to tone.