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Laney RB2 Richter Bass Amp Combo Reviews
ive been playin bass now for about 12 years. ive been looking for an amp to practise with for ages and ages. so many people have said that theres no point in getting a 30 watt amp because its better to wait and get a huge watt amp.
thats totally stupid, this amp is almost too loud! i just wanted an amp that i could sit and play in my flat and just have fun with. i cant even turn this thing up past 1 without it being too loud.
if youre new to bass, or just want something to sit and play, then this is perfect. it has everything you need. u can get most sounds with the e.q. ive been looking for so long for a good amp and this is exactly what i wanted.
it sounds great. its got a really nice sound. some music geeks will go on and say blah blah blah i prefer a 1000 pound fender whatever,or it lacks this or whatever but sod em\'. so many people seem to think that the average person buying an amp is some studio freak and really all you need to do is listen to it and play thru it.
and its really quite cheap i think. im just soo happy with it. ive played so many amps and none really have sounded this nice. buy it buy it buy it!
if youve been searching for a while and are not quite sure, get this amp. you wont be upset.
also, dolphin music sent this out so quick! i ordered it on thurs morning really early and it came on friday! so if ure reading this and uve been looking for a decent bass amp just to jam with and have fun with..... this is it. and dolphin music will get it to you super fast.
couldnt be happier!!
i dont work for laney or dolphin music. im just totally happy with the amp and the service!
In all my years as a bassist this is by far the smallest amp I have used, but I found that the events I\'d played before hadn\'t warranted turning the volume knob up beyond 2, so the bigger amps were perhaps a little too powerful for me. So I bought this 30 watt amp, and hoped it would be powerful enough. And it is.
Sure, it\'s not going to blow your ears off or fill the Albert Hall, but it\'s got plenty of punch and volume for a small amp. It\'s small and light enough to be easily transported, and I was surprised how well it filled the small theatre I was playing in recently. The EQ is easy to use and creates a lovely range of sounds.
A couple of negatives, though. While the output from the speaker itself is good, the D.I. output apparently has a lot of noise on it. We didn\'t have time at the event to figure out what was causing it, and it might just be my particular amp rather than the model as a whole, but we ended up putting a mic in front of it and that solved the problem. Also I found that to get a decent volume you have to have to gain up a fair way as well as the main volume, and pushing that too far does generate a bit of noise and distorts a little when pushed hard.
Still, for smaller gigs and studio work this is a great little amp. Certainly a lot more power than you\'d need for practising alone, and can easily match the sound of a live drum kit. Affordable and good performance. I like.
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