Some of the best things to happen in the music world have been imported from Britain - and we're not just talking about the Beatles. Another great example of what's come from across the pond is this lineup of Laney guitar amps. It was the British invasion that introduced North American musicians to this brand back in the 1960s, and to this day, we're still glad that it did! With the reputation to back up their decades-long track record, Laney guitar amps are the way to go if you're looking to capture that authentic vintage British tone. There's a great variety to choose from, so no matter what sort of sound you're looking for, you can find it here.
For an example of what Laney guitar amps are capable of, look no further than artists like Mark Knopfler, Ace Frehley and Tony Iommi. In fact, Tony is a great starting point for your search, because Laney has teamed up with him to bring his tone to Sabbath fans with a series of signature amps. Just check out anything with a "TI" in the model number, like the TI100 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head and TI412S 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet. Or, when you want to condense Tony's sound into a portable, studio-ready package, try the Tony Iommi Signature 15W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp on for size.
If you'd prefer to go with a more mainstream Laney amp to carve out your own signature tone, there are even more options to choose from. You can build yourself a half-stack with a head and cabinet combo like the CUB HEAD 15W Tube Guitar Amp Head and the matching CUB CAB 2x12 Open-Back Guitar Speaker Cabinet. Or, try an all-in-one setup with a combo amp such as the Ironheart All-Tube 30W 1x12 Guitar Combo. You can even go high-tech with the built-in USB interface in the Ironheart IRT-Studio Rack. It's up to you.
No matter which Laney guitar amps sound like the right ones for you, the basics are always the same: exceptional build quality, impressive sound and, of course, a design that's fully devoted to the almighty tube. If you've never tried a Laney guitar amp before, it might be time for your gear collection to experience a British invasion of its own - and you'll definitely like the results.