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Stigmates's review - Laney KB120

transistor amp 3 channels:
120 watts RMS

A volume knob gnral,
one of knob prsence and another for rverberation.

Output lineout jack in the back,
RCA lineout output front,
effects loop: send / return.
Remote: to connect an on / off switch to remove or not rverberation.

1st channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, 1 Mic jack between LoZ,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.
2nd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between two standard jack,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.

3rd channel:
1 volume, 1 serious and 1 acute
Between a standard jack, an RCA inputs,
Switch on / off reverb and effects loop.

UTILIZATION

I do not remember having a manual purchase of this amp ...
Trs easy to use, there is no sound 36 000
The sound is not bad but not multi-effect gives 10 times better with.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been nearly 8 years that I have this amp and I can tell you it took a beating, and yet it still works nickel. I used it the basis for my keyboard (normal you might say) but I now use it with my guitar and it is impressive on its own it a. I fell in love with the reverb it can provide. Even if no multi-effect sound is not terrible, with only one of digitech RP3 has changed dramatically.

Since I tried different amps, Huge & ktner (dsl for spelling) lamp combo Marshall, Peavy combo but there is nothing to do, the rverb is lower and the grain ( personal point of view) more "draft" that Laney.

Anecdote: for the first concert of my Laney VC 50, the silent sound so bad with distortion that I take all my good vieu KB 120 at the store, which does not, and with a guitar for the metal ...