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Laney Klipp 100W (second hand mt)
Laney Klipp 100W (second hand mt)
Laney Klipp 100W (second hand mt)
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Laney Klipp 100W (second hand mt)

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€1.200,00
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€1.200,00
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Erittäin hyväkuntoinen vintage-Laney 1970-luvun alkupuolelta. Vahvistimessa tuoreet pääteputket, käynyt läpi perusteellisen remontin vuonna 2023, jonka jälkeen vahvistimella ei ole soitettu. Mukaan vahvistimelle tehty flight case. Black Sabbathin Tony Iommi käytti Laney Klippiä Sabbath Bloody Sabbath -levyn aikoihin. 

"It has 100 Watts of pure tube power, and can be very LOUD, but the amp also sounds great at lower volumes as well, and a lot of 100 watt can't do that. Very similar to the Laney Supergroup amplifier made famous by Black Sabbath, plus a retro semi fuzz crunch channel, which is also valve driven. The Klipp channel is about the most evil sounding distortion ever and is known to be Toni Iommi's secret workhorse.  Although the Normal channel is basically like a hot plexi-type tone, it is loud and starts to break up really nice & nasty at around 5-6 on the volume, so it’s got to be used in a loud situation.

Aside from the KLIPP control, Both channels also have a TOP switch, which Boosts the signal/volume and Highs WAY UP! It seems twice as loud with this switch on, but you got to roll off the mids/pres when this switch is engaged, unless you are in Ice -pick - in -brain mode. It’s great for Vintage Metal & slashing punk tones & the normal channel is good for a Loud wiry raw tone.

It’s a great rock amp. The build quality is at least as good as the best old Fenders and Marshall’s. The high voltage gives a huge amount of headroom, which matches up very nicely with the "klipp" circuit. The Klipp circuit is very rich, crushing and smooth. Aside from the "klipp" circuit, the amp was very similar to a Marshall Super Bass. It’s got a MODERN/Space age look which I love. Very 2001-space oddity vibe."