#1
Hi ...

So after a long research i've come down to these two ...and im STUCK !!....which one guys ? ...(i play more of the 70s and 80s ...bon jovi ....def lepp....motley crue ....van halen....mr.big...zepplin....guns n roses) ...
#3
I reckon the Laney is the better amp, I've played both and the Valveking was kind of.... blah. Didn't get me excited. Although the Laney has a 10 inch speaker AFAIK which may make it sound a bit boxier and "smaller".
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#4
I'd probably get the Laney LC15 (or 30, which is the same price as the VC15). Have you tried it?
#5
Laney > Everything else in the known universe.
Jk, they're pretty damn near it though.

The VC would deffinately do the classic rock thing better than the Valveking, as well as pretty much everything else. I'm not a fan of the valveking.

Also the LC is more modern sounding and brighter, if you want a classic rock tone go for the VC. It's the overall better quality amp anyway.
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I'd probably get the Laney LC15 (or 30, which is the same price as the VC15). Have you tried it?



errrrrrr.....dude ...the lc 30 is waaaaay more costlier than a vc 15
#7
I have been looking at laney amps but what is the difference in the LC15, LC15R, VC15-110?
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errrrrrr.....dude ...the lc 30 is waaaaay more costlier than a vc 15

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#10
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I have been looking at laney amps but what is the difference in the LC15, LC15R, VC15-110?

The LC and VC are different amps. The LC15R has a reverb control, the LC15 doesn't
#11
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The VC is more british, vintagey and warm soudning, LC is brighter and more modern, with more gain. The LC15R has reverb, ext. speaker out and an effects loop the LC15 doesnt.
#12
Valvekings are fine. More vesatile and more gain than the Laney. The Laney may be a bit more consistent in the quality control. They are both good amps.
#13
Both good budget valve amps. Build quality wise laney will win definatly but as far as the sounds your going for you'll probably want the 12 inch speaker of the peavey for rock stuff. The valveking also has more gain on tap also i believe.
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#14
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(of course it's a good bet, it's aimed at those tones!)
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