A Laney FS1-MINI offers a compact solution to switching a single function on an amp. Designed to fit on a small fly board or a crowded pedal board this small co..
The Laney LX35R is a compact but powerful 35-watt device, two sound channels, a 3-band equalizer for each channel, and a built-in reverb. In addition to the com..
The Laney LX20R is not just an ideal device for training. Metal grilles and protected corners, 20 watts of power, tattoo graphics on the panel - all this gives ..
The Laney LX120R Twin Amplifier is an improved version of the LX120 amplifier, which, in addition to everything else, is equipped with an independent reverb! Th..
Laney LG20R - guitar combo with a reverb, the younger model of the combo Laney LG35R. It has 20 watts of power and one 8-inch special speaker - this is quite en..
Laney Cub12 is equipped with a 12-inch Celestion speaker, which gives the volume and full sound of the tube combo. The Cub12 amplifier is based on a pair of EL8..
The Laney LX65R combo amplifier has a 3-band equalizer for each with two channels. Also, the combo has a CD-input, headphone output and one 12-inch Celestion sp..
Cub-Cab is a large 100-watt open cabinet, equipped with two 12-inch HH speakers that deliver a tight and soft sound of any frequencies! Case Material: Plywood. ..
The new Cub-Head series offers a grand lamp sound at an affordable price. Cub-Head is made in retro style, the control knobs are installed from the top. The amp..
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To say why I got into the amplifier business I have to go back a long way …over 40 years! At that time in the 1960’s I was playing bass in a series of bands based around the West Midlands area in the UK. This was a very fertile time in music and I had a great time playing at all types of venues. During this period I was still at school (Rock and Roll and schooling are not a good mix!) and several times was found to be asleep in class having returned after some gig, somewhere, usually at 5 or 6am in the morning.

When I was awake though, I had a deep interest in electronics and a fascination for tubes in particular which was stimulated by the amplification requirements to gig at night. It became a logical step to make my own amplifier; partly out of interest but mainly out of economic necessity: Bands did not make a lot of money in those days! However I did find this to be great fun (I still do today). At that time I was playing in a local band, The Band of Joy, with John Bonham on drums (you never did get over John) and Robert Plant on vocals. Robert always held his own up front despite the racket behind him, Great times. The Band of Joy was a fairly loose band at that time and Robert and John went onto bigger and greater things. My interest turned more and more to amplifier construction and working at that time in my father’s garage, I started to get demand from fellow musicians for amplifiers and started to supplement my meagre wages from playing in bands with amplifier sales… this was a good idea!! Then came the big decision; I had finished my school education and had a place at University reading Electronic Engineering. Two days before I was due to go I decided to carry on for a couple of years making amplifiers, see how it went, and then go back to University later. I suppose now they would call this a ‘year out’- in those days it was just stupid! Anyhow, 40 years have gone by and I still have made it to University.

Tone: If there is one constant element from the last four decades that is important, it is TONE: Making amplifiers is a quest to deliver tone to the musician, something that we have started to call THE DARK ART. It is fluid and changes with developments and innovations of technique, instruments and musical style, but look at any musician who hits the sweet spot on tone- usually it is with a narrowing of the eye, a tilt of the head and more than likely a grimace- but they have got their TONE. Throughout the following pages you will see the wide range of products now on offer from Laney for all kinds of players at all kinds of levels, but every one of them has been designed and engineered by a Laney team with 40 years experience in the BUSINESS OF TONE.