Opiniones Laney Guitar amplification
Laney VH100RN - "Where is the beef - iamqman
These amplifiers are great alternative to a Marshall or an orange amps. It does have multiple channel so it gives the user a lot of flexibility in features that you wouldn't find out of a single channel amplifier. Overall this is a good amplifier for someone who needs 100 W of power and needs multiple channels to cover a lot of musical possibili...
Laney LC30-112 - "The next level! - King Loudness
All in all I think the Laney LC30 is a great amp for someone looking for a unique take on the British tube tone in a versatile dual channel package. This model has been superseded by the LC30II which updated some of the features, so you'll only find this model used now, but when you do see one it's definitely worth a look. They can be had for ab...
Laney LC15R - "A lil' tone machine - King Loudness
All in all I think the Laney LC-15R is a great little tube amp for the player who wants a classic look, easy to use layout, simple yet useful features and a great variety of tones in a single channel design. It sounds particularly cool and it definitely is a way to get that British tone in a cheaper and portable box. At about $500 new these amps...
Laney LC30-112 - "Good little combo - iamqman
Is it fun little combo is if you can find him in the used market and they don't cost a whole lot. This is not the kind of amplifier that you really going to spend a lot of time trying to find because there's not really anything at this amplifier does a lot of other Marshall or Orange amplifier's can't do and do it a lot better. If you're...
These amplifiers are built over in the United Kingdom and they have a great British feel and tone. Overall they're not very expensive if you can find one but then again Laney has other amplifiers in their current line that I would say would be better than this. For instance they have revised this amplifier for some subtle cosmetics and s...
Laney L20H - "It's ok - iamqman
I would only recommend this amplifier someone who enjoys Laney amplifiers likes the voice mother hips. The distortion channel was a very unique one and it's not exactly the typical British town. It has that British feel invoicing but it's very thick almost like a buzz distortion box.
Laney VC100 - "Nice british tone - iamqman
These have been discontinued for a while mouse at the use market is the only way to go at this point. This is a great little combo and if you like the tone of the British amplifier then this might be the way to go. In my opinion this is a stronger amp then many of Marshall's combos amplifiers that they have put out so if you're looking for a goo...
Laney LC15-110 - "Nice little combo - iamqman
At new these amps come in at around $450, which isn't bad for a tube amp. I wish it has one more channel and it would be much better. That i where the LC30 comes in though. This amp can get you a good tone for light jamming or practicing at home. It is a fairly inexpensive amp and will serve its user well.
The thing I like the most about the LC50-II is how unbelievably LOUD it is for a 1x12 combo. This is a great feature in live settings, but this does not make for a good practice amp unless you have no issues with being loud where you live. I paid $500 for this used amp and I feel like I got an excellent deal. The tone and volume in the convenien...
For what I payed for it this amp is amazing, its very hard to beat. I personally wouldn't ever pay retail for it, even though it is better than most amps for the price. It has a lot going for it with the clean and gain channels, but with the muddiness of the gain channel it really looses points for me. Overall though, I'd recommend ...
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