Hmmm . . . . did you try looking at Roland's website? They list output wattage, although I guess they didn't say if it was RMS watts.Fajah said:Here a comment made about Roland amps in another forum that I thought was interesting;
"Another thing about the Cubes, an engineer type friend of mine tells
me that Roland don't list the Cube's wattage (as most reputable
companies do) with the common RMS rating. So a Cube 30 is more like 15
watts RMS. He bought one and was pretty disappointed and thought it
was pretty low of a major company not to play by the rules. I assume
the Cube 60 is more like 30-35 watts so you might want to check the
headroom against comparable (60 watt) amps."
This does not affect my opinion about Roland amps at all. I enjoy playing through them and would recommend them when asked, but it would be interesting know if in fact this is true.