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B-52 LG-10012S 100W Stereo 2x12 Solid State Guitar Combo
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This combo features Overdrive and Clean channels with modern tone. Independent level controls for bass, treble, mids and gain are provided on each ch...Read More
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Outstanding clean and overdrive tones.
This combo features Overdrive and Clean channels with modern tone. Independent level controls for bass, treble, mids and gain are provided on each channel, and it has a master volume and reverb. The Overdrive Channel offers a Gain 1 and Gain 2 with a contour control. It includes a rugged footswitch and detachable casters. The footswitch controls channel select, reverb, and gain select.
- 100W stereo power
- Custom built, heavy-duty 12" speakers
- Overdrive Channel: Gain 1, Gain 2 with contour, 3-band EQ, level control
- Clean Channel: 3-band EQ and level control
- Master volume
- Stereo chorus
- Effects send and return with level controls
- Footswitch for channel select, reverb, chorus, gain select
- Switch for channel select, gain select
- Headphones line out
- Line out with level control
- External speaker jacks
- Ground lift switch
- Detachable casters for easy transport
- 28"W x 21"H x 11"D
Enough stereo watts to fill any room. Order today and feel the power.
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I bought this shortly after buying and being very dissapointed with the line 6 spider 150watt. This is worlds better. It has an effects loop with level controls, and a pedal board that is a godsend for onstage. The only annoying thing is when I just want to practice. The volume control takes you from quiet to sonic boom at the slightest turn of the knob. All in all this is the best solid state amp I have ever come across.
For the price, this is simply the best solid state guitar amplifier out there!.It is also loud, very loud!.From clean to crunch, the tone is there.Just a little tweaking of the knobs & you are able to achieve that Marshall tube crunch or Fender crispy cleans with no problems at all.I also have two other 100 watt tube amplifiers, A Marshall,& a Peavey Valveking & this guy can compete with them.
the most noticeable thing about this amp is that is is loud. i was choosing between a fender stage 1600 and a spider III 150 (all 2x12's) for an amp loud enough to be used in a small/medium sized club. the only thing that wanted me to get the fender stage 1600 was that it had celestion speakers (same with the spider), but i really couldnt get it as loud as the b-52 LG. the spider on the other hand, had a lot of features but you have to spend more money just for a foot switch that would allow you to make use of its features. the b-52 win hands down on simplicity, volume, low noise level and the ability to make the room vibrate when you palm mute open chords. the other features: reverb and chorus, are nice add-ons, especially the chorus... i A/B'ed it against a Boss CE-5 and guess what? the LG chorus comes really close that onstage, i dont think ppl will be able to differentiate between the two. the reverb wasn't very special, just the same as my 20 watt marshall valvestate. there are 2 drive stages to this amp, and quite honestly, i think both have the same sound (marshall sounding) except the 2nd drive stage just has more pronounced high and opens up the option to use a "countor" knob. i would have wanted separate EQ's for the 2 noisy drive stages, but oh well, i dont think those features would be useless since a lot of guitar players use pedals on solid state amps anyway. having said that, the distortion wasnt really special, yes it can do metal on loud settings, but i find it lacking more grit and dirt. it is not as bad as the Fender Stage 1600's distortion (as far as metal is concerned), but it certainly isn't enough. i can use the sound during emergencies (like i forgot my modded MT2), but i really wouldnt want it to be my sound. i also forgot to mention that the clean stage is actually louder than the overdrive state ... i do not know why they did this, maybe because like i said - a lot of solid state amp users use pedals). the clean sounds like a marshall's clean, it is quiet until you turn it all the way up where you can hear a hiss. i do not recommend single coils here (i find the hum annoying, especially when amplified on a very loud amp).this review took long enough, i think most clubs can use this ... however, if you are a serious guitar player, with budget to spare, i suggest you look for a tube amp or get a half stack instead. don't get me wrong, this one's a great amp and i know of only a few guitarist in the "unsigned" bands section who can sound better than this.
I've owned this amp for a few months now and I am pleased I chose B52. Lots of good features and the performance is much, much better than you could expect for the money. Lots of quality built in. I only wish at this point is that I didn't order the half stack which at this point seems like an even better value along with a fuller sound. Either way you couldn't go wrong with B52. These amps are a well kept secret. Secrets are hard to keep. Try one and see for yourself.