Have you heard us lately? For over 50 years, Laney has been on the forefront of tone and innovation in the world of amplification. From the high gain sound of the Ironheart series to the Class "A" tone of the Lionheart family, Laney offers the widest, most complete, selection of amplification for the discriminating musician.
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Regardless of style or preference, Laney has your amp!
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IRT-PULSE is a guitar players dream – a hi-voltage ECC83 all-tube pre-amp, T-USB technology, line I/O, headphone out, speaker emulation and more.
Lionheart, uniquely responsive boutique British Single-Ended Class ‘A’ tube tone.
Play through a Lionheart – it reacts to your touch. From the moment you strike a note you’re connected. Let the music flow through you – from your fingers to the guitar, through the amplifier to the beating heart of the speaker. You are one. You are Lionheart.
The L5-STUDIO brings Single-Ended Class ‘A’ tube tone – into the digital realm! T-USB equipped means Lionheart tone direct into your DAW.
A small, highly powerful and ultra compact, reliable bass head THAT takes all the tone, power and flexibility bass players have come to expect from LANEY and packages it into an ultra-portable amp.
GHR is the product of Laney’s long-term study of how guitar players interact with tube amps. “Tube tone” is composed with what we have come to describe as “RED” and “BLACK” tone elements: RED is tube preamp distortion, in which ECC83 tubes add drive.
BLACK is output tube distortion which increases as the power tubes are driven harder. GHR allows the player to balance RED and BLACK elements to seek the sweet spot in each player’s setup.
Laney Amplification was founded in 1967 out of an obsession with music and electronics. Lyndon Laney was at school at the time and playing in several bands around the West Midlands of the UK. A fascination for tubes and a desire to make his own amplifier; partly out of interest but mainly out of economic necessity, bands did not make a lot of money in those days, led to the birth of Laney amplification on a kitchen table in his parents house.
Lyndon started to get demands from fellow musicians for amplifiers and started to supplement his meager wages from playing in bands with amplifier sales... this was a good idea!!
Then came the big decision; Lyndon had finished school education and had a place at University reading Electronic Engineering. Two days before he was due to go he decided to carry on for a couple of years making amplifiers, see how it went, and then go back to University later.