Roland Bass SuperCube 100

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Embryodead, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. Embryodead

    Embryodead Banned

    Nov 30, 2005
    Providence, RI
    Hello Guys, this is my first post on this site, i was previously a member of UG but due the immaturity and just lack of bassists that know their stuff (a few of the good ones came here lie UtBDan if i remember)

    But anyways, i recently picked up a Roland Supercube Bass 100 and i'm unable to find any information about it. It has a 15 inch speaker and is rated 150watts on the back. It's not the cube with the COSM models it's just straight low,mid,freq,high's for controls. the model number is SCB-100 but nothing shows up on the roland site, any ideas what i should do?
  2. Mcrelly


    Jun 16, 2003
    Minnesota, USA
    is it working? do you need schematics? I don't understand? I found one site that referred to that model number as a 1985 model. another scanned catalog site museum said 1984. (the scanned catalog link would not load)
  3. I bet you could call Roland and ask someone about it.
  4. 62bass


    Apr 3, 2005
    I've played that amp-the model before the modelling version. I used it for rehearsals with a group that rehearsed once a week in a music store at night. Very nice amp. it sounded a lot like the Ampeg B100R to my ears and about the same weight. Plenty of volume for a small room with a group that played at sane volume levels.

    The one I played through was used, but in excellent condition. I liked it a lot. They were asking $600 Canadian for it, on consignment. It sold after a couple of weeks but I don't know for how much.

    If the one you're interested is in good shape and the price is right I'd say buy it.

    Otherwise, a new Yorkville combo might be a better choice for the money.

    I don't know much else about the amp. i don't know if it had an external speaker output. I doubt it. I think it had a line out.
  5. 62bass


    Apr 3, 2005
    Sorry Embryo-I should have read your post more carefully. I see you do own the amp. Good. I think you'll like it.