#1
i'm thinking of getting the laney vc30 and i have a few questions, what do the Hi & Lo inputs mean

and it says the one 12 inch speaker version weighs 21.5 kg and i'm not exactly a body builder but is that reasonable enough to carry to and from cars and up to my house, 20 metres and lots of steps? i'm pretty average strength for a 16 year old male but i dont ever work out etc.
#2
Lo input is attenuated 6db, its a bit quiter, suppsoed to be used for high gain inputs to tighten the sound and vice versa for the hi input, i usually stick to the lo gain.

Im a 16 year old girl and can manage to get my vc30 out of my room to the car.

#5
I've been looking at this amp as well. does the gain sound (bluesy, classic rock, heavy, etc.)? And how much headroom does it have?
Schecter Gryphon; Ibanez AEG20E
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#6
According to the handbook, if theyre low output passives, its preference though really.

I use low output passives through the low input.

^Bluesy, get some hard rock out of it, not a huge fan of the gain IMO, but its good to push with a pedal.

Check the first page of the Laney thread, lots of reviews and shizz there.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=963451&page=1
Last edited by beckyjc at Jan 4, 2009,
#8
It's a great amp, although between the two outputs I can barely tell the difference. It's there, but very slight. And it's quite heavy, but manageable. Well worth buying, hope you enjoy it
Gear:
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser
Ibanez GRG170DX
Peavey Vypyr 75
Fender Princeton 650 DSP w/ Celestion 80w speaker