Laney Amps1-17 of 17 products
Laney LX10 Guitar Combo Practice Amp
Laney LFR-112 Active Guitar Cabinet
Laney Cub Supertop 15W Head and Cub 212 Bundle guitarguitar Exclusive
Laney Cub Supertop 15W Head & Cub 112 Bundle guitarguitar Exclusive
Laney SuperG Mini Battery Combo Practice Amp
Laney MINI-STB-LION Bluetooth Mini Combo Practice Amp
Laney Mini-ST Stereo Amp Lionheart Edition
Laney LFR-212 Active Guitar Cabinet
Laney L20H Lionheart 20 Watt Valve Amp Head Made In The UK
Laney L20T-212 Lionheart 2x12 Combo Valve Amp Made In The UK
Laney Ironheart SLS 300W Valve Amp Head
Laney IRT30-112 Ironheart Tube Combo
Laney Lionheart L5 Studio 5 Watt Valve Amp Head Made In The UK
Laney LT212 Lionheart 2x12 Guitar Cabinet Made In The UK
Laney LT112 Lionheart Guitar Cabinet Made In The UK
Laney L5T-112 Lionheart Combo Valve Amp Made In The UK
Laney Cub Super12 15W Combo Valve Amp (Ex-Demo) #ZHK102421701
About Laney Amps
Laney amps are the iconic brainchild of Lyndon Laney.
In 1967, Lyndon Laney was the bass player in a little-known Birmingham group ‘Band of Joy’. He then left the band to start making amps and his bandmates, Robert Plant and John Bonham went on to form Led Zeppelin. In very different ways, they all made an indelible mark on British rock music.
While one of his first big jobs was making a PA for his former bandmates, the reason we all know Laney Amps is through his collaboration with Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi. Together they created what we now know as heavy metal. Laney Amps were capable of creating more distortion that their fellow British rivals and became definitive of these early metal tones. In the 80s they were used by the likes of Randy Rhoads and Ace Frehly and in the 90s by Paul Gilbert and Joe Satriani.
These days, they have a wide variety of models. These range from cheap solid-state amps ideal for beginners and home practise to arena-worthy valve combos and stacks. If you’re chasing the iconic heavy Laney tones, the Ironheart Series is a good place to start!