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Laney Guitar Amplifiers

When it comes to buying guitar amps, it is hard to look much further than Laney. After gaining fame in the 1970s through Black Sabbath using an early prototype of the Laney amp, the brand took off and is now an established leader in musical electronics. As well as guitar amps, the company also sells cabinets, public address systems and bass guitar amps; each of which are specifically designed to complete its purpose to a high standard.

New and Used

Famously, Laney electronics are not sold directly to the public. Instead, the company likes to sell its guitar amps direct to retailers and distributors. Therefore, it is difficult to find many brand new amps without going to a music store directly. However, there are dozens of pristine amps to be found, that not only look brand new, but sound incredible too.

Combo Amplifiers

Laney combo guitar amplifiers are the perfect choice for a guitarist who wants the all-in-one package. Combining one or more specially made speakers into a cabinet with a famous Laney amp, combo speakers are the best choice to make great music wherever you are.

Head Amplifiers

Purchasing a Laney head guitar amplifier will allow you to mix and match your setup however you please. Amp heads typically process the signal of your guitar and amplify it before you hear it through the speaker, leading to incredible sound. As well as customisation and amazing sound quality, having a lightweight amp head will usually make setup and pack-down much easier.

Speaker Cabinets

Laney electronics are also famous for their durable and expertly crafted cabinet amps. Laney cabinet guitar amplifiers usually house speakers in them and need an additional amplifier for optimal sound. Depending on the depth and pitch of the sound you are trying to make, you will want to read about each cabinet first before buying. Most cabinet amps are portable, however, some are much bigger than others so will require larger transportation.

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