#1
So I mentioned getting a valve amp to my dad weeks ago. And he mentioned his friend had a couple of heads he never used, and he might look in to them. So he went to his friends house weeks after the discussion, and found he had a Laney Supergroup Mk1 50w. Smaller than the full 100, but I'm not to concerned about size since it's for practising in my room. It's free as well, which is awesome. (Even though it's quite old. My dad thinks it might need some work on it. Definitely needs a good clean since he reckons it's from early seventies!)

But to my main question. Which is that I need a cab. And was hoping I could get some insights. I am not loaded. In fact, any cab I get I'd have to start saving up from now. The amp head apparently has a switch that changes it from 8 ohms to 15 ohms. I know basically nothing about ohms and impedance and all that. But from what I've seen most cabs are either 8 ohms or 16. I've found this so far:

http://www.rockingrooster.co.uk/product_info.php?PID=1338

Any help appreciated.
Jackson KVX10
Epiphone EB-3

Bugera 6260
Laney Supergroup Mk 1
Marshall VS100RH
Laney LX412A

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#3
Nothing at the moment. I'm a patient guy though. And I have a knack for walking in to money when I really need something. I don't want to spend a massive amount though. Just want something better than my current one. A 30w MG. =P *Cue O Fortuna*

However, considering I set my self a maximum of £450 for a new amp in total. I guess £200 to £300 is about my price range. I'll be selling some of my stuff.
Jackson KVX10
Epiphone EB-3

Bugera 6260
Laney Supergroup Mk 1
Marshall VS100RH
Laney LX412A

Bad Monkey
Crybaby
Metal Muff
Fish N Chips
#4
2x12 with Celestion G12 Heritage and Vintage 30
http://www.thomann.de/gb/marshall_tslc212_gitarrenbox.htm

2x12 with Celestion Vintage 30's
http://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_g212_vintage.htm

Matching 2x12 with Celestion 70/80's
http://www.thomann.de/gb/laney_gs212ie.htm

4x12 with Celestion Vintage 30's
http://www.thomann.de/gb/harley_benton_g412a_vintage.htm

Matching 4x12 with Celestion 70/80's
http://www.thomann.de/gb/laney_gs412ian.htm
#5
Get a 2x12 rather than a 4x12, you'll get more for your money.

EDIT: The first one Horlicks posted would be my choice, I'd want to stay away from V30s with that amp to be honest.
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#6
Cheers. On a sidenote, since you're a Laney man, have you ever dealt with the Laney Supergroup?
Jackson KVX10
Epiphone EB-3

Bugera 6260
Laney Supergroup Mk 1
Marshall VS100RH
Laney LX412A

Bad Monkey
Crybaby
Metal Muff
Fish N Chips
#8
Quote by Glimsom
Cheers. On a sidenote, since you're a Laney man, have you ever dealt with the Laney Supergroup?


I haven't, but I know that they're great amps from the guys on Laney forum. I'm pretty sure Iommi used the Supergroups at some point.
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#9
What makes you say that? I'll ask though.

And I intend to make this amp last for years to come. So I don't really want to worry about saving money at this moment in time. Just don't want to have to wait a long time saving it up.
Jackson KVX10
Epiphone EB-3

Bugera 6260
Laney Supergroup Mk 1
Marshall VS100RH
Laney LX412A

Bad Monkey
Crybaby
Metal Muff
Fish N Chips