#1
I just put a bid on this Laney AOR on eBay >Link<

I've herd really good things about them, and seen videos on You Tube and I fell in love with the tone.

Is this a good move?

Would it last me for a cople years?

I play Metal,Hardcore,Grindcore,Expermental,80s metal, and some bluse.

thanks
#2
id remove that link, as the rules state no ebay links. Plus it just shows the amp to potential buyers on here.

Ive heard good things about lanely, but id wait for another opinion.
#3
I think its sort of a mid-gain amp. Might need an OD to get into metal territory. Also, that amp doesn't have great cleans. You might want to look elsewhere.
#4
Quote by woodsballplayer
id remove that link, as the rules state no ebay links. Plus it just shows the amp to potential buyers on here.

Ive heard good things about lanely, but id wait for another opinion.

Yeah I thought it was ok if you wernt trying to sell anything.
#5
Quote by woodsballplayer
id remove that link, as the rules state no ebay links. Plus it just shows the amp to potential buyers on here.

Ive heard good things about lanely, but id wait for another opinion.


tru dat.....im about to outbid you myself TS
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#6
The AORs are really good. They're basically hotrodded JCM800s.

Whoever said they don't have enough gain is st00pidz. I know guys who use them for doom metal, death metal, basically lots of metal.
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#8
Quote by timi_hendrix
The AORs are really good. They're basically hotrodded JCM800s.

Whoever said they don't have enough gain is st00pidz. I know guys who use them for doom metal, death metal, basically lots of metal.


Really? I thought it was more of a mid-gain amp. I guess I'm wrong.
#9
Quote by rwalby9
Really? I thought it was more of a mid-gain amp. I guess I'm wrong.


Nope, like I said they're like hotrodded Marshalls. They're not super high gain modern amps, but they have more than enough.
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#11
I just recently got a Laney PT50 head and its getting fixed up by a tech as I speak

I cannot wait to get the amp back
#13
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So this would be better then a B-52 AT100 head?



I would guess that it is better built...
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#14
Quote by strings-N-stuff
I put the max bid at $400

Good luck


lol..im sure you need it more than i do
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#16
Quote by strings-N-stuff
So this would be better then a B-52 AT100 head?

IMO yes but the two sounds are quite different. The AOR is basically a hot rodded marshall tone. Think 80's metal all the way with that. While the B-52 attempts to sound like a high gain mesa with a loose and saggy feel.