Head 15-watt amp switchable in 8-watt all-tube structured around two EL84 and two 12AX7.
2 channels with separate EQ (clean / drive)
Simple connection with an imput impedance selector (4/8/16ohms) but no effects loop which is a shame, and obviously entered the footswitch.
Then config 'ultra simple, two separate channels.
The clean has its gain and control of charaters, which is in fact a specter frequency which will act on the mellow sound.
The channel driver has gain, treble, bass. Missed it in a control medium but is not essential for that.
So since it's handmade in Poland you do not have manual and your head is delivered in a garbage bag wrapped in a big box (it made me laugh super psk is well protected.)
Then the sound! well for having a mesa boogie rect-o-verb, a marshall dsl, and (I am ashamed) a BUGERA 333, there has not picture it is packed up all three (especially the BUGERA), the clear channel simply beautiful and the users of this brand will not contradict, but the channel remains in the logical drive that was the Mr hector and other hi gain but still versatile.
For me with my progressive metal band it suits me quite it is powerful enough even in rehearsal and in concert, but not that!
I use it with an Ibanez RG with Seymour SH4 and Phat Cat, a sg in sh1, and a Yamaha SG 1000 with three guitars it behaves very differently so it depends on your guitar and your shovel, more it is an excellent amp has to learn to make bread in your game, because we dipose of (good headroom but not its more like a JSX or 6505.
I use it for 6 months now every day is a choice that I would do as the value for money is excellent despite the lack of a footswitch Laboga, and must necessarily have to change bossFS-5L channel =).
I tried the Engl Gigmaster, the dark orange terror, the ibanez tube sream.
The choice is ultimately focused on the Laboga for its build quality and versatility.
- 2 channels:
Clear with a gain setting and tone (character)
Distortion with gain, treble and bass
- Headphone Jack with simulated HP
- XLR recording output
- Exit 4, 8 or 16 Ohms
- No effects loop.
- Channel footswitch jack
- Integrated LoadBox s record in silence.
The construction of the amp is very good.
Usage is very simple because there are few settings. But each plays its role knob and allows good "sculpt" the sound.
The transition from 8w to 15w is the standby button and another at the back can cut the hp.
Dommmage that do not have a level setting for the DI output.
I use "The Beast" with a 2x12 V30 OUR XL, an Ibanez JS1000 and EVH Wolfgang Special.
The clean channel is very good for an amp rather typed highgain and metal. The setting of "character" can be both round and sweet sounds, only slightly and snapping.
The channel is saturated Highgain typed métal.Il responds perfectly to the volume of guitare.On can go from a big crunch to lead sound very facilement.De Moreover, despite the small size of the amp and the little lamps in it you get a really big sound very well defined.
The amp also take pedals very well both on the clean channel or on channel boost saturated.
It may not be very versatile, but with some good pedals on the clean channel I'm sure you can get many sounds.
I use this amp for only a few days but I find it really good in his register (the Big metal). The finish and build quality is really excellent.
It is powerful enough for concerts and rehearsals. Moreover the capture (LoadBox, DI output and headphones) are really great to register at home.
The biggest flaw is the lack of effects loop. I really want to insert a reverb or delay.