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Laney LV300T Guitar Amp Combo Reviews
I\\\'ve owned this amp for a few weeks now. First impressions were amazing. I play everything from blues to rock and heavy metal.
With my PRS SE Tremonti I could get pretty much every tone I wanted out of this thing.
What I love is the independent EQ for the clean and drive channels. Although I would have liked each drive to have its own EQ. The VTS buttons help me get that scorching metal tone out of my singlecut guitar.
The clean channel is quite big sounding (but that may be my guitar, it always sounds big), and sometimes I want to use the bright switch to get the sound a little cleaner.
I use the Drive1 channel for my bluesy tones. Drive1 can go from pretty clean to a rock setting. The valve makes it sound very warm. (although the clean is very warm too, which doesn\\\'t use the valve)
The Drive2 channel goes from rock to metal, I never put the gain past 8 or so, above 9 it becomes pretty chaotic and pretty hard to keep the sound clean.
The sound this thing produces (together with my PRS SE Tremonti) is warm and big, or using the EQ and VTS-buttons I can get it to sound more flat. I haven\\\'t tried it with any other guitars yet, but I\\\'m hoping to get my hands on a PRS SE Custom 24 soon!
Overall it\\\'s pretty much the perfect amp for me. (although its quite big, wider than in the picture, the LV300 should be a bit smaller) Oh, and its loud.. really loud. I usually have it around 1.5 when practicing at home, which just about sends the neighbours complaining. Putting it on 4/5 should get your drummer-friend pretty worked out to match the volume level.