#1
... a Laney GH50L, what 2x12 cab should I get?

I play Trivium, Metallica, Pantera, Killswitch etc..

What about a Marshall 1936 2x12 cab?
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#3
The Framus 2X12 from thomann, with Vintage 30s, is only £200 and built very well.

And you're getting ripped off if you're paying £550 for the GH50L, it's £400 on GAK. Hell, the Peavey Windsor head is £300 on GAK. £500 with the Framus 2x12...
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#6
The Framus off Thomann is better than the Marshall.
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#8
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The Framus 2X12 from thomann, with Vintage 30s, is only £200 and built very well.

And you're getting ripped off if you're paying £550 for the GH50L, it's £400 on GAK. Hell, the Peavey Windsor head is £300 on GAK. £500 with the Framus 2x12...


I'll take this opportunity to point out, perhaps without need, that the Peavey Windsor is available on the Sound Control website for £200.
#9
^ well spotted, that is pretty good value.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#10
Yeah. I saw that price a while back and was thinking of getting one, but the fact that there aren't any cleans there put me off. Clean tone is, to me, more important than the overdrive. Which is a shame, because it sounds pretty good on the Windsor
#11
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^ well spotted, that is pretty good value.


Is the Peavey any good? What's it like compared to the Laney?
#14
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Is the Peavey any good? What's it like compared to the Laney?


haven't tried the laney. the windsor is pretty good for 80's metal. as said, no cleans. but if you need overdrive of an 80's hot-rodded marshall type, it's pretty sweet, for the money especially.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#15
I have an idea ^_^

Buy like 3 Peaveys and sell them to some noobs looking at MGs for double the price ;]
#16
You would be a hero amongst UGers. I would build a statue of you for saving those peoples' ears (and the ears of anyone who has to listen to them play). Of course, you'd have to be selling them for more than £200. Not that that would be difficult, given the fact that most people considering MGs just want lots of overdrive