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Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp   

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The Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp boasts 180W of powerful sound via a 15" speaker and horn tweeter. 4-channel operation, 3-band EQ, XLR mic input, ...Read More

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Big sound for the big gigs.

The Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp boasts 180W of powerful sound via a 15" speaker and horn tweeter. 4-channel operation, 3-band EQ, XLR mic input, output select switch, and shape switch for quick tonal adjustment. Connectivity includes an XLR line out for connecting to mixing consoles, a 1/4" out for connecting to recording devices, a subwoofer output compatible with Roland's KCW-1, and a stereo link in/out for chaining 2 KC-550s for stereo performance.

FEATURES
  • 180W
  • 15" speaker and horn tweeter
  • 4 channel operation
  • 3-band EQ
  • Shape switch for quick tonal adjustments
  • XLR mic input
  • XLR line out for connecting to mixing consoles
  • 1/4" phone jack for connecting to recording devices
  • RCA aux stereo input
  • Subwoofer output compatible with Roland's KCW-1
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RolandKC-550 180W Keyboard Amp
 
5.0

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(8 of 65 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You will not be disapointed

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Comments about Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp:

I'm a bass player so I got this unit to practice thru, use as a stage monitor, or for stereo effects and sweet mids as a compliment to the raw bass power of my Hartke rig for playing out. I've had it for a couple years now and have been really rough with it and people are always tryin to buy it from me. There are four inputs so I've jammed on it on bass with a guitar player and a drummer and a singer. I have a Roland vbass and a bunch of analog elctroharmonics pedals and I can use a different channel for each plus have one channel to the headphones as an in ear monitor, and a channel for back up vocals. This unit is so versatile and powerful. The fourth channel has a bunch of options so you can really get your money out of it. The casters come off for transport and I take the back two off to get a kick back monitor style use out of it. I've let guitarists borrow it and it will stand up against any 100 watt Marshal or Peavey head and half stack I've seen. I let a saxophonist borrow it. I let my drummer borrow it all the time when he needs a little more kick drum or tom mids.

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(8 of 65 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You will not be disapointed

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from winchester, VA

Site Member

Comments about Roland KC-550 180W Keyboard Amp:

I'm a bass player so I got this unit to practice thru, use as a stage monitor, or for stereo effects and sweet mids as a compliment to the raw bass power of my Hartke rig for playing out. I've had it for a couple years now and have been really rough with it and people are always tryin to buy it from me. There are four inputs so I've jammed on it on bass with a guitar player and a drummer and a singer. I have a Roland vbass and a bunch of analog elctroharmonics pedals and I can use a different channel for each plus have one channel to the headphones as an in ear monitor, and a channel for back up vocals. This unit is so versatile and powerful. The fourth channel has a bunch of options so you can really get your money out of it. The casters come off for transport and I take the back two off to get a kick back monitor style use out of it. I've let guitarists borrow it and it will stand up against any 100 watt Marshal or Peavey head and half stack I've seen. I let a saxophonist borrow it. I let my drummer borrow it all the time when he needs a little more kick drum or tom mids.

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