Laney Lionheart L5 T112

Laney Lionheart L5 T112, Guitar Amp

Item number: 100043235
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Guitar Amp • Technology: Valve • Power: 5 watts • Channels: 2 • Loudspeakers: 1 x 12" • Loudspeaker Type: Celestion Heritage G12H • EQ: Bass/mids/treble • Inserts: Series • Pre Amp Valves: 3 x 12AX7 • Power Amp Valves: 1 x EL84 • Effects: Hall / Reverb • Impedance: 4/8 ohms • Output for Extension Speakers: Yes • Including: Footswitch • The Laney L5T-112 valve combo amplifier celebrates Laneys 40 years of manufacturing world-class valve amplifiers with vintage and modern tones. The Laney Lionheart L5T-112 all-valve 1 x 12-inch guitar combo amp gives you the ability to drive its power amp hard at reasonable volume levels. Its single-ended Class A design and 5-watt output make the Lionheart L5T-112 a great recording amp. The Laney L5T-112 combo is all valve, with 3 x 12AX7 / ECC83 preamp valves and 1 EL84 output valves, Class-A single-ended circuitry for classic, warm valve tone. The L5T-112 is feature loaded: 2-channels, Clean and Drive, 2-inputs Hi gain and Lo with the input attenuated by half. Sealed Gold plated contact relays, jack sockets, Hi and Low gain inputs, and Gold plated printed circuit boards for minimum sound coloration. EQ provided by passive Bass, Middle and Treble, Tone boost and cut active on the top end of the signal, and Bright switch for edge and picking emphasis on the Drive channel and brightness and life to trebles on the Clean. Drive sets the level of valve preamp drive, increase to dirty up your tone. Effects Loop Send and Return for external rack mount effects . The Laney L5T-112 Birch plywood cabinet mounts a unique Tilting Mechanism, allowing the cab to be used either upright or tilted back. Single-ended class-A circuitry, as used in the Laney L5T-112 Lionheart combo, means the EL84 output valve is connected to one side of the L5T-112 output transformers primary winding. The other side of the transformer primary is wired to the power supply. While giving less output power than the alternative push-pull circuitry, single-ended class-A produces more even order harmonics when over-driven. A great advantage to guitar players as even order harmonics provide the rich tone associated with classic class-a valve guitar amps.