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Laney VC15-110
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Laney VC15-110

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Laney belonging to the VC series.

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fromagedechevre fromagedechevre
Publié le 04/27/10 à 14:26
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Very good full cete price range

UTILIZATION

bine clear sound with vintage acute slamming good.
The overdrive channel goes from slight crunch to sound very fat, with a slight fuzz (it's not an overdrive to heavy metal riff, but like "Back in Black"

SOUNDS

rock, ska, reggea
Fender FMT TV (made in Korea of ​​good quality)
A great amp for playing at home or with a drummer who bangs too
In addition it is very light and easily transportable
I have white, it is superb!
bowled really happy with my purchase ... + + +

OVERALL OPINION

bought in the UK, excellent value for money (especially with the pound sterling at today)
6 months
I made my choice in trusting the advice and forum, and I do not regret it!
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