#1
If I was to buy an amp from America or Spain would it work in the UK?

So if I bought a voltage converter there sould be no problems?
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Last edited by gjmmh123 at Jul 9, 2007,
#2
the plug might be different, but you could buy another kettle lead.

i'm not 100% sure though.
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#3
the voltage in america and UK is different, im guessing you'll need a voltage converter
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#4
thats retarded. it should be the same around the world. I wouldn't buy a amp from another country though
#6
being on topic here...what about voltages in the UK and germaney? same thing? would i be able to order a laney from the UK and play it in germany?

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#7
^ The Beatles brought their Vox amps to Hamburg.

I'm pretty sure all of Europe is on 220/240V and 50 Hz. I wouldn't bring an amp across the Atlantic, though. Just seems like I'd want more than a basic power converter to get good tone. Eric Johnson would recognize the Hertz problem right away.
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#8
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cool though, looks like i'm getting the laney (if i like it of course)

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