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Laney LG35R 30W 1x10 Guitar Combo Amp
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The Laney LG35R is an open-back guitar combo that features 30 watts of output power into a 10" custom designed speaker. The whole package is wrapped ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Practice-friendly features with Laney's legendary gain and tone.
The Laney LG35R is an open-back guitar combo that features 30 watts of output power into a 10" custom designed speaker. The whole package is wrapped up in a solidly constructed cabinet, with a leather handle, rubber feet and black plastic corners. The LG35R has a split channel preamp layout that gives you separate clean and drive level controls through a shared master EQ with bass, mid and treble. This combo amp has a headphone socket for private practicing and a CD/MP3 jack so you can play along with your favorite recordings. The built-in foot-switchable spring reverb has separate level control.
- Power RMS: 30 Watts
- Inputs: 1x Jack
- Channels: 2 (Clean and Crunch)
- Equalization: Global Bass, Mid and Treble
- Reverb: Yes
- Footswitch: FS2 (Not Included)
- Speaker connections: 1x Jack (4 Ohms External)
- FX Loop(s): No
- Drivers: 1x10" Custom Driver
- Cabinet Design: Top mounted construction, black plastic corners, leather handle and rubber feet
- Scoop Switch: Yes
- Headphone Socket: Yes
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LG35R 30W 1x10 Guitar Combo Amp
- Weight: 12 Kg
- Dimensions (mm): 390 x 447 x 221
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It's a very versatile little amp. I play blues, blues rock, classic rock, country, electric folk, hard rock, jazz and sometimes metal this suits all of these styles very well except for metal and it does that quite well with a distortion pedal. It has 2 channels, clean and crunch with another "scoop" button for midrange boost, which is sort of a tube emulation. It is footswitchable but the footswitch isn't included, it doesn't have an effects loop, but it does have a CD line in, an output for an external speaker and a headphone jack. It's basically just a practice amp, but it has everything you need for that. I use all of the features. The control panel is on top of the amp like a VOX and the controls are from left to right the input jack, clean volume control, crunch button, drive (gain) control, master volume for the crunch channel,scoop button, bass, mid and treble controls, CD line in, footswitch jack, external speaker jack, headphones jack and power button. I use it in my music room, which is about the size of the average living room. At 30 watts it has more than enough power for that, as this amp has balls and can get quite loud and the 10 inch speaker seems to take it very well. I'll take one point off since it doesn't have separate eq for the clean and crunch.This amp has a lot of tonal variations. The clean is very clean with a lot of headroom for a 30 watt amp with a 10 inch speaker. The crunch channel is the most versatile I've ever seen. You can get just a slight dirty sound or some pretty heavy distortion and the scoop button can give you a lot of good midrange for dirty blues. The distortion is very good for hard rock, but not "brutal" for metal, but it wasn't made with metal in mind. I've got a Fender 62 Strat with EMG single coil pups in it, an RJ PRS Standard Copy with EMG Humbuckers and a Fernandes Hide Signature MG80X Mockingbird with two humbuckers and the Fernandes sustainer system. It suits my music styles quite well, like I said, it isn't made for metal, but I've got a boston distortion pedal and a Zoom G2 and it will give some very good metallica type tones with those pedals - hey, they are using pedals themselves to get their sound. This amp sounds VERY good, VERY much like a tube amp. It is the best sounding solid state amp I have ever heard.I've been playing 45 years. I have the gear mentioned above plus a Peavey Valveking 112 and a Peavey Blazer 158. This amp sounds better than the Valveking or the Blazer, so I'm letting them go. I'd get another one if it were stolen. I compared it to the Marshalls, Peaveys, Fenders, VOX's and Orange Amps in the same price range. This one won hands down. Very good amp for the price - heck damn good amp for ANY price.
This amp has the legendary Laney distortion and can be very versatasile at times... But I go crazy and just put the gain on full. It doesn't have a very strong reverb but it gives the tone some life to it. The clean sound is not very good but it sounds very clean. The amp works very well with effect pedals and it is very loud for it's size. I just use this amp as a practice amp but I think it is gig worthy. It has a gain knob, a scoop option, reverb knob, treble, middle, bass, distortion volume thingy, normal clean volume thingy, and it sounds great with my PGM 301. This amp is very powerful and won't disapoint you in any way.
This amp is really good - specialy with the price. It's just simple solid state amp, so don't expect a guitar heaven! Clean channel is good, it works well with external effects. Drive channel has two modes - normal and scoop. Normal is classic overdrive something between Fender and Marshall. Scoop on drive 1-5 remains Vox amps, but when you set drive on 10 it's kind off Messa. Sound quality is... you know "solid state" nothing special but for practising or jamming it's enough. I play in band as a rythm player and this amp works fine but when we play metal 30Watts and 10 inches speaker is not enough.
Bought this amp about a year and a half ago, was originally going to get a Fender or Peavey amp of 30 to 40 amp size and came across this one, heard from some people that Laney made a decent amp so I decided to test it out. I was pleasantly surprised! Its a solid well built basic neo-retro style amp with just the amount of features that most players will ever need. Loud as you want it to be, clean or in the gain channel, with a decent spring reverb. Mainly use it with my telecaster, I got compliments from a number of musicians even asking if it was tube powered! A very good amp for the price.