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Laney CUB-HEAD
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Laney belonging to the CUB series

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    Good quality / price ratio

    Laney CUB-HEADPublished on 11/09/12 at 05:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Amp head 15w tube
    - Classic knobs: Master, Gain, Reverb, Bass, Middle, Treble, Tone
    - 1 input jack and another classic entry 1watt
    - An effects loop

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual settings, very easy to use. Turn the knobs a bit and you will find very simply the sound you want.

    SOUNDS

    I bought it a few months ay, for now I find it rather well!
    I bought it because I immediately find that the crunch was very nice amp for this price range! I rarely play with a real clean, so it suits me well because it is very difficult to get a real clean sound playing to cover a battery.
    Level effects, cash very good distortion or overdrive! I even added a clean boost on my …
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    - Amp head 15w tube
    - Classic knobs: Master, Gain, Reverb, Bass, Middle, Treble, Tone
    - 1 input jack and another classic entry 1watt
    - An effects loop

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual settings, very easy to use. Turn the knobs a bit and you will find very simply the sound you want.

    SOUNDS

    I bought it a few months ay, for now I find it rather well!
    I bought it because I immediately find that the crunch was very nice amp for this price range! I rarely play with a real clean, so it suits me well because it is very difficult to get a real clean sound playing to cover a battery.
    Level effects, cash very good distortion or overdrive! I even added a clean boost on my pedalboard because you get a grain quite charming! Regarding the effects of modulations and other delay, phaser, it is recommended to put them in the loop because like I said, the lights tend to quickly cruncher!
    I play it with a Stratocaster U.S. Stratocaster and 57, in both cases, the receiver goes very well with single coil pickups. I've never tried it with doubles.
    For my part, I like to cut the middles and push the bass and treble, obtained with a strat Hendrix sound pretty good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price it costs little amp I find it particularly well! I had a big budget to change my amp but I'm not disappointed. The 15w are much needed to give tinnitus and a battery cover (connected 1W I cover by pushing volume and gain back a battery).
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