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Laney KB120

Keyboard Amplifier from Laney belonging to the Linebacker series

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StigmatesStigmates

Laney KB120Published on 09/28/04 at 07:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
transistor amp 3 channels:
120 watts RMS

A volume knob gnral,
one of knob prsence and another for rverberation.

Output lineout jack in the back,
RCA lineout output front,
effects loop: send / return.
Remote: to connect an on / off switch to remove or not rverberation.

1st channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, 1 Mic jack between LoZ,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.
2nd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between two standard jack,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.

3rd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, an RCA inputs,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.
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transistor amp 3 channels:
120 watts RMS

A volume knob gnral,
one of knob prsence and another for rverberation.

Output lineout jack in the back,
RCA lineout output front,
effects loop: send / return.
Remote: to connect an on / off switch to remove or not rverberation.

1st channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, 1 Mic jack between LoZ,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.
2nd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between two standard jack,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.

3rd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, an RCA inputs,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.

UTILIZATION

I do not remember having a manual purchase of this amp ...
Trs easy to use, there is no sound 36 000
The sound is not bad but not multi-effect gives 10 times better with.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been nearly 8 years that I have this amp and I can tell you it took a beating, and yet it still works nickel. I used it the basis for my keyboard (normal you might say) but I now use it with my guitar and it is impressive on its own it a. I fell in love with the reverb it can provide. Even if no multi-effect sound is not terrible, with only one of digitech RP3 has changed dramatically.

Since I tried different amps, Huge & ktner (dsl for spelling) lamp combo Marshall, Peavy combo but there is nothing to do, the rverb is lower and the grain ( personal point of view) more "draft" that Laney.

Anecdote: for the first concert of my Laney VC 50, the silent sound so bad with distortion that I take all my good vieu KB 120 at the store, which does not, and with a guitar for the metal ...
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funkygroovyrhodesfunkygroovyrhodes

Laney KB120Published on 01/14/09 at 09:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
For technical details, see below.
120W which allow sound to any concert dasn a bar / small room.
3 entries => very convenient for repeated

UTILIZATION

Setup could not be more simple: the jack, the jack and the jack yet. There is even the RCA for those who like or need ...
So of course it is therefore the robustness of the Laney is the RDV and weight too. There is always this breath which means if the amp is turned down. But playing with a 120W at least, is that the choice of the size of the amp depending on the piece was poorly gauged. Once you push the sound, not hear the blast.
No need to book. Ultra grip and simple possibility of an effects loop and plug in a headset.
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For technical details, see below.
120W which allow sound to any concert dasn a bar / small room.
3 entries => very convenient for repeated

UTILIZATION

Setup could not be more simple: the jack, the jack and the jack yet. There is even the RCA for those who like or need ...
So of course it is therefore the robustness of the Laney is the RDV and weight too. There is always this breath which means if the amp is turned down. But playing with a 120W at least, is that the choice of the size of the amp depending on the piece was poorly gauged. Once you push the sound, not hear the blast.
No need to book. Ultra grip and simple possibility of an effects loop and plug in a headset.

OVERALL OPINION

10 years for repeat at home or in concert. And even with several Zikos (gratis, piano and bass) on it, it always happens.
I tried other models that clung to my use with the sounds of Rhodes and acoustic piano. The Laney has the advantage of having to sell fishing and a good reverb.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Laney
  • Model: KB120
  • Series: Linebacker
  • Category: Keyboard Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2004

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