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Laney GH-100L

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Hello!

I'm selling a mint Laney GH-100L amp, a legendary amp used by artists such as Paul Gilbert, Mattias IA Eklundh (Freak Kitchen), Mikael Akerfeldt (Opeth) and even Tony Iommi's (Black Sabbath) signature amp is modelled on it .

The amp has a beautiful natural distortion, and a brilliant clarity for soloing. I regret that I'm having to sell it. It's too big an amp for me (much to my despair), and I've never had it out of my bedroom. If you want a great tone for rock, metal and solos look no further.

The amp, cabinet (GS-412I) plus the footswitch (FS-2) would cost 1022 to buy new on GAK. I'm asking for only 600 o.n.o for the lot.

Here are the pictures: Laney GH-100L pictures by stuartgibson - Photobucket

Specs: Laney Amplification | Products | gh100l

Also see the many customer reviews: Laney GH100L: Harmony Central User Reviews

If you need any more info reply here or email me on stuartmiccagibson@hotmail.com.

Stuart

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Aye it's a great amp, really didn't want to sell it but will probably downgrade to something like a 50watt at most. 100w valve amps deserve to be played loudly!

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Hi S2art,

I've had one of these for a while now, and I've also had various Marshalls, and to honest, the Laney knocks spots off them all......Marshall have the advantage in that their name is much more widely known, but as far as I'm concerned the Laney wins hands down every time.

Good luck with the sale!!

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Depends which sort of sound you are looking for really. The American vintage tone of marshalls and grainy distortion just doesn't really do it for me. This distortion sounds more upfront and fluid. It's a British amp, and that's exactly how it sounds I guess.

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Got to agree with everyone here - I've got one of these and it has to be the loudest amp I have ever played through. We're loud as hell as a band and this thing has never been up past 3 on the master volume. Sounds fantastic as well, just great tone!

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