Laney LG35R
Laney LG35R

LG35R, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Laney in the LG series.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Audience: Beginners
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bako28's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect for beginners"

Laney LG35R
Transistor Amplifier for electric guitar 30 W, 2 channels: 1 clean and 1 saturated with contrle gain, three band equalizer and a reverb, and a button scoop that "boost" saturation. Between Jack, cd, headset, footswitch (sold separately) and additional speaker output. Comes with a manual and an adapter plug Franaise English. Loudspeaker 10 "
Brief for 130 euros is quite a lot adj. All this PSE ten


KG is one branch and by its RULES that wants to get with potentiomtre "Bass" treble "and" middle "and" drive " and "master" channel in saturated, the manual provides examples of sound blues, clean, rock and metal for beginners (practice). Not very complicated.


I play mainly hard rock but also jazz and blues rock and metal. With an Ibanez SA160.
The clean sounds are pretty Plutt for what is about that price. Saturated ct is also satisfactory, good was not worth the high end of the same brand, but this amp has more of a vocation "first step". You can play everything, without everything being perfect, from jazz to metal.
For the nags, the button hollow scoop saturation which gives a very sharp sound. As you push its limits not the HP (gain 10, 10 and master Scoop activated), we obtain a sound pleasant listen.
The reverb is rather good.


I use it since July 2009.
I have not tried other models.
What I like most is its simplicity of use, and its classic look.
The price quality ratio is very frankly intressant (130 euros for 30w it's nice when other effects of 15W amplifiers for the same price does not m'intressent this budget)
I recommend that anyone beginner guitar (there are 10 and 20w I think, for smaller budgets and spaces).
If I were really a beginner (first purchase) I saw the amps found in packs for beginner (I had an Ibanez GTA10, really mediocre) to direct me to it. Otherwise, with the exprience, and a bigger budget, I do not do it again this election and went to the middle range.

I put him 9 for its quality relative to price (nothing is perfect:))

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Laney LG35R
Any small transistor amp with an output of 30Watts RMS.
The connection could not be simpler: input jack, cd, headset, footswitch (sold separately) and outlet baffle aditional.
In the end, nothing more, nothing less than a good spring reverb!


The setup is very good, clear sound for volume, volume and gain on lead channel, a three-band EQ and a volume of reverb (like a spring reverb, no way to adjust the depth but that's normal on this type of arrangement is the length of the spring which defines the depth!)
In addition, this amp has a mid scoop button on the lead channel to dig the sound, terrible for the metal ;)!!!
The manual (in French please!) Is complete and accurate, no worries!


This amp is extremely Polivalente,
Saturated side, the crunch (gain at 5, mid scoop released) to the total heavy (bottom and gain a mid scoop Inrush), anything is possible!
The small defect in my opinion is clear that the lack of heat (but it is true that I play on a lamp ValveKing not comparable), but nothing too serious and easily corrected with my little zoom G1 pedal set to an emulation of amp fender, it heats up a can ...
I use it with a lot of different stuff (AF95 Ibanez, Fender Stratocaster, Epiphone SG ...) and it is well highlight the differences of each of my guitars while aillant character soo british!


I use it for six months and the choice I would do without worries, I play to work for me and I have no complaints, it is an Excellent amp for just the price of 200euros a multi 15watts Indeed such spyder (knowing that I am not a fan of multi effect because not sure it is possible for something that is full of different sounds to do it well, and long live analog!)
I highly recomand for beginners or those wishing to move towards a cool stuff for 500 euros, because by adding a scratch like squier strato, we get a very decent stuff for the fun!