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Laney LC50-112 50W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
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The LC50-112 – at its core a Class A/B valve amplifier packing 50 watts of pure valve tone – as powerful as you need and really loud when cranked up!...Read More
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Tube tone and power with loads of versatility.
The LC50-112 – at its core a Class A/B valve amplifier packing 50 watts of pure valve tone – as powerful as you need and really loud when cranked up! The main sonic difference between the LC50-112 and the LC30-112 comes from the fact that the LC50-112 is Class AB and therefore features a more pronounced mid range punch.
It features “high” and “low” inputs and two independent footswitchable channels (Clean and Drive) — with a Bright switch on the Clean channel, and a Modern switch assigned to the Drive side. It also offers master Tone and Reverb knobs for further tonal variety.
The 12” Celestion Seventy 80 speaker and hand-selected valves in the LC30-112 are perfectly matched so you get all the lovely round tone that sustains and growls for ages after you’ve struck your note and even more so using the reverb.
- Power: 50W tube
- Dual inputs: High and Low
- Two independent channels
- Speaker: 1x12” Celestion Seventy 80
- FX loop
- Footswitch optional
- Tubes: ECC83 (preamp); EL34 (power)
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Laney LC50-112 50W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:
I've been playing, performing and recording guitar\bass for over 25 years and at the point where i don't need a big overly loud amp anymore... this is perfect. Crystal clear clean channel and plenty of gain on the dirty side for most styles. Might want to add a pedal for higher gain situations but for the most part it can get gritty enough. Probably gonna keep this one for life.