#1
Laney LV300H and the Laney LX120H heads, a) which one's better and why? b) are they decent heads or should I look elsewhere? They're not very expensive.
#2
Look at a Laney GH50L, it's not very expensive either (in the grand scheme of things), and Paul Gilbert AND Mikael Akerfeldt use its bigger brother, the GH100L.

Having said that, I have yet to try it. I'm going to try it this week, though.

And aren't Laneys fairly expensive in the US/Canada?
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#3
I thought they were but I looked at the site of the music store around here and apparently they just got some laneys and they've got them around $350-450 for the ones i was talking about, I just noticed out of luck
edit: checked the price on the GH50L and its over double the price of the other 2, about $975 for the head.
#4
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I thought they were but I looked at the site of the music store around here and apparently they just got some laneys and they've got them around $350-450 for the ones i was talking about, I just noticed out of luck
edit: checked the price on the GH50L and its over double the price of the other 2, about $975 for the head.


Oh right sorry, there's less of a price difference here. Try them out, I suppose.
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#5
I have a laney gh50l.... loud, mean, agressive for metal and it also cleans up well. Though depending on your drive settings you might have a problem changing from dirtys to cleans quickly as it's only a single channel. For the price there isnt many (if any) better. Most owners on this forum and racer x's forum love them (although the latter is obvious reasons why.)
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#6
I've got one and it's great :-) It's versatile...VERY versatile, i can do lots of stuff with it. Perhaps a distortion pedal will give you that last edge of gain to it, but that's coming from someone who loves his metal hehe. It's honestly a good option the LV300h. It's not kickproof, but its not trying to protect itself from being kicked in frustration because it's wank. Honestly, it's a great choice