In the late sixties Lyndon Laney was a bassist playing the local circuit with the likes of Robert Plant and John Bonham. He decided to turn his hand to building amplifiers for friends in the back of his parents’ garden shed. Some of his first customers were local guitarists from Birmingham such as Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath, who is still loyal to Laney to this day. Laney became known for its all-valve tone, and its original amplifiers are now highly sought after. As the demand for a heavier, more gain driven sound increased, Laney created amps that could keep up with this, without having to be modified after purchase like some of their competitors. To date, the Laney range has increased with new models being developed, but their sweet classic tones are all still there. Artists using Laney include Jayce Lewis, Beth Orton, Rob Holliday of The Prodigy and Sulpher, Will Sergeant of Echo and the Bunnymen, Clare Free, Killswitch Engage, Luke Crowther of The Rifles, Jim Barr of Portishead, and Mike Watt of Iggy and the Stooges.
Versatile 100w amp head
Powerful stage amp with extra features
Bass head with 400 Watts of power
Signature Tony Iommi amp head, specifically designed for hi-gain guitar.
With 8 X 10 Celestion Neodymium Speakers
50 watt amp head with big variety of tones