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Laney RB1 Discontinued
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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Laney belonging to the Richter series.

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  • Quentin2819Quentin2819

    Laney RB1 DiscontinuedPublished on 06/29/06 at 15:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This 15-watt bass amp is very practical when the size (375 x 364 x 260)
    It is perfect as a second amp, an amp to play at home but not srement for group play!
    It possde 4 main buttons that are bass, treble and mids and three entries for the jack, speaker cabinets and a CD / Line in. Its weight is enjoyable for a lightweight 15-watt amp: about 9 kg. It's easy to ds when carrying around.

    UTILIZATION

    This amp is basic it does little more simple! Besides the On / Off button, there are only six buttons handle. This makes it very easy to configure its Manir and quickly. So there is almost no need for manual for this type of mini combo whose use is comfortable!

    SOUNDS

    Obvi…
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    This 15-watt bass amp is very practical when the size (375 x 364 x 260)
    It is perfect as a second amp, an amp to play at home but not srement for group play!
    It possde 4 main buttons that are bass, treble and mids and three entries for the jack, speaker cabinets and a CD / Line in. Its weight is enjoyable for a lightweight 15-watt amp: about 9 kg. It's easy to ds when carrying around.

    UTILIZATION

    This amp is basic it does little more simple! Besides the On / Off button, there are only six buttons handle. This makes it very easy to configure its Manir and quickly. So there is almost no need for manual for this type of mini combo whose use is comfortable!

    SOUNDS

    Obviously good, the sound of 15 watts, it will be of great sound Jamis compartment large ERRF of 150 watts. That said, as it is not that kind of amp that you put up. The sound is appropriate for rpter trs well at home in a small room without Dranger person.
    I think the sound is good for trs a small bass combo and he dfend plutt well. That said, the price is sometimes too nice, I bought it for 112 euros at a price of nine, but it is sometimes sold more than 250 euros!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In short, I am satisfied with this amp trs because I needed a deuxime. Its advantages are its size and weight that make trs mobile and portable (traveling for example) The sound is a sound way, normal for such a combo but the only problem might be to some be the price. Learn to buy an affordable price (150 - 200 euros to more!)
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  • rashkharashkha

    Laney RB1 DiscontinuedPublished on 12/11/09 at 06:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amp 15watts, sufficient for one day or in a basement with some friends from rehearsals.
    6boutons in (without the on / off) for simple and quick.
    Relatively light for a 15watts, easy transportation.
    Responds quite well to distortion pedals and other effects.
    3 output / input jack for optimal use.

    UTILIZATION

    Using very simple, with easy settings to add punch and depth to the sound.
    Unlike those who say it does not, I would say that he defends quite well during rehearsals in a small space or even open a garage.
    In a small room with other amps that is enough, of course it does not let others be thoroughly even if he can win when others are very strong and the …
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    Transistor amp 15watts, sufficient for one day or in a basement with some friends from rehearsals.
    6boutons in (without the on / off) for simple and quick.
    Relatively light for a 15watts, easy transportation.
    Responds quite well to distortion pedals and other effects.
    3 output / input jack for optimal use.

    UTILIZATION

    Using very simple, with easy settings to add punch and depth to the sound.
    Unlike those who say it does not, I would say that he defends quite well during rehearsals in a small space or even open a garage.
    In a small room with other amps that is enough, of course it does not let others be thoroughly even if he can win when others are very strong and the sound of the amp is maximum.
    Settings so easy but I find quite temperamental when changing bass (a setting for a jazz can not be the same as accuracy) because a lot of differences, particularly at high frequencies (of course it also depends on your settings).

    SOUNDS

    Playing punk / grunge, with jazz, give a percussive sound that suits this style of music is relatively easy by increasing the bass, midrange and treble, adding the gain as well.
    also very effective when the tones are lowered to the max on bass, we are thrilled by his tone serious and long.
    Ability to obtain any kind of sound for your session, but beware, the treble can seem a bit difficult because they are powerful enough even to 0.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for a year, rehearsals in the concert (coupled with a more powerful amp of course, except in case of session "private" in a garage or outdoors where it is needed without too much difficulty)
    Value for money a little excessive for the price, when looking at the ranges proposed for 15watts.
    However Laney is a very good brand, you will not be disappointed with this model, however it remains a 15watts, it does not compete with its big brothers, but remains a very good product.

    I recommend it to beginners and confirmed that this amp will become an ally in you!
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  • patrice_patrice_

    Laney RB1 DiscontinuedPublished on 04/16/11 at 05:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bass amp, compact, easy to carry
    Power 15W
    Compressor
    3 tone control with detent point 0
    Line 1 input, 1 Headphone output

    UTILIZATION

    No gadget, apart from the compressor
    Use more than simple, effective tone control.
    Opportunity to play at low volume with good sound
    I have not read the manual

    SOUNDS

    I'm not a bassist, so I play simple sentences in rock, r & b, blues, variety.
    I'm looking for sounds with a round but precise attack.
    I do not play in Slap
    I do not use effects

    The sound lacks a little presence in the low register, but given the size of HP, I think it's already very good. That is enough for it to work an amp at home.

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    Bass amp, compact, easy to carry
    Power 15W
    Compressor
    3 tone control with detent point 0
    Line 1 input, 1 Headphone output

    UTILIZATION

    No gadget, apart from the compressor
    Use more than simple, effective tone control.
    Opportunity to play at low volume with good sound
    I have not read the manual

    SOUNDS

    I'm not a bassist, so I play simple sentences in rock, r & b, blues, variety.
    I'm looking for sounds with a round but precise attack.
    I do not play in Slap
    I do not use effects

    The sound lacks a little presence in the low register, but given the size of HP, I think it's already very good. That is enough for it to work an amp at home.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I essaiyé peavey equivalent model but with a larger HP (slightly more powerful it seems to me), and therefore more expensive.

    The peavey is better in the bass. on the other hand, push out the tone for a cool sound (which is not the case Laney). In addition, HP's peavey buzzes when you push the volume, so the extra power is useless.

    In conclusion, I found the easiest to deal with Laney, more versatile. Sounds better defined in the medium / high, and with ample power.
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